28. Crown Chakra – Belief System – Energy Center
The crown chakra represents our connection beyond the self to the mystical aspects of our soul’s true nature. Swiss psychologist Carl Jung felt that the human psyche “was by nature religious,” and to heal the soul would require a journey to meet the self and the divine within. Mankind has created over a thousand names for god in search of connection. The crown chakra reminds us to seek within.
Our dreams are interrelated with our crown chakra as a conduit beyond time and space. Stars have filled the night sky inspiring our souls to travel since the dawn of time.
Basic information about the Crown Chakra
Body System: Top of Head – Belief System.
Goals: Experience spiritual connection so you are not alone.
Practice: Let your mind step out of the way of your soul to imagine feeling free within the universe. To know you are interconnected to all through the infinite soul.
Malfunction: Feeling alone in the universe, disconnected from source or knowing your soul. Loss of purpose.
Issues: Spiritual betrayal/confusion via teachers or religion.
Symptoms of imbalance: Confusion, apathy, loss of purpose, deep sense of isolation, sadness and despair. Believing that this is all there is even after death.
Plant Ally: Lotus Flower for enlightenment.
Essential Oils: Spearmint, Lotus, Frankincense and Fir.
Foods: Clear Water and Fasting.
Stones & Crystals: Clear Quartz Crystal, Herkimer Diamond, Selenite, Alexandrite, Diamonds, Apophyllite.
Archetype: Branches of Tree.
Sacred Geometry: Star of Life, Merkaba.
Platonic Solid: Sphere.
Belief System: Islam and Sufism. (Our dreams and visions)
Consciousness: Awakened Self.
Message: Listen to your higher self and sense what it is asking of you. Connect with the stars as you stand on earth and feel what your soul is yearning for. Open yourself to all that is out there and see what feels right for you. You are not alone. Allow source to flow through you and feel peace.
“Above the cloud with its shadow is the star with its light. Above all things reverence thyself.” – Pythagoras