24. Solar Plexus Chakra – Digestive System – Energy Center
The solar plexus chakra is symbolic of the fire that burns within us and is named for the Roman god of the sun (Sol). It acts as a gatekeeper between our heart and sacral chakra and is the place of our innate desire to maintain equilibrium. Its desire is to protect our powerful and peaceful nature.
The solar plexus is a place of vitality, confidence, courage, joy and sweetness. Our greatest gifts can be found hiding within our fears. The Solar Plexus shines light into our shadows to retrieve the wisdom born of fire. By making peace within the darkness we can stand in our light.
Basic information about the Solar Plexus Chakra
Body System: Upper Abdomen – Digestive System.
Goals: Vitality, confidence, will, joy and sweetness.
Practice: Integrity, be mindful of your actions and thoughts, transparency, stop hiding from yourself. Transform negative thoughts into positive statements. Believe in yourself.
Malfunction: Lack of confidence or will power. Feeling unempowered. Over aggressive tendencies and anger.
Issues: Betrayal, rejection, disempowered or dishonored.
Symptoms of imbalance: Ulcers, acid reflux, indigestion, fatigue, withdrawal, depression, apathy, liver dysfunction.
Plant Ally: Sunflower for nourishment.
Essential Oils: Lemon, Grapefruit, Juniper, Fennel, Cardamom and Nag Champa Flower.
Foods: Complex carbohydrates, legumes, potatoes, whole grain breads, pastas and cereals for energy and strength.
Stones & Crystals: Tiger Eye, Yellow Amber, Citrine, Gold, Gold Calcite, Topaz, Yellow Jade, Gold Quartz, Pyrite.
Sacred Geometry: Seed of Life.
Platonic Solid: Tetrahedron.
Sacred Belief: Hinduism. (Agni the primordial God of fire)
Consciousness: Unconscious Self.
Message: Healthy foods and plenty of water fuel your energy source. It is important to feed your soul with positive intentions. Feel the warmth growing within as you radiate love and compassionate courage to the world.
“As we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same” – Marianne Williamson