Symptoms When Unbalanced:
Visual: Cut the chords
Descriptors: Air elements and airborne entities, including birds. The yang presence involves expression of self in the world; the yin aspect concerns opinions and judgments about self and others.
Source of: Personal power, self and other judgments, intellectual understanding of physical/worldly existence; men’s power.
Seat of: Self-esteem, power, directed will, ability to discern; male identity.
Key Words: Power, discrimination.
Energy Type: Mental, intellectual.
Physical Communication Style: Perceived as ideas, thoughts or intellectual understandings that register at gut-level to help us succeed, interface in the world, deal with people, and make effective decisions.
Psychic Communication Style: Known as mental empathy or clairsentience (clear sensing), the means of knowing or sensing something that while it can be justified, isn’t rational. This information usually applies to working through issues of personal power and self or other judgments.
Intuitive Communication Style: Use of mental empathy to effectively achieve a position in the world which will help the soul achieves its purpose. Data received or generated usually creates situations, opportunities and events to benefit the soul and self as a whole.
Problems: Digestive and metabolic disorders, weight issues, feelings of confusion or craziness, power issues. When linked with heart, co-dependency and caretaking (mixing up love and power needs).
Different Organs: Liver problems indicate anger with men or male self; spleen disorders indicate female anger and defense issues, or faulty use of female power; stomach problems indicate swallowing others’ opinions or thoughts; gallbladder troubles indicate resentments, grief about men, our male self or achievement in the world; pancreas disorders indicate the ability to take in or hold the “sweetness“ in life or having been smothered, over-mothered, or under-nurtured. The adrenals and kidneys are shared with the second chakra, and so reflect issues of power and feelings – the adrenals hold beliefs regarding our creative reactions to perceived dangers or opportunities; the kidneys hold childhood perceptions regarding emotional needs.
Contains: Opinions, differentiated beliefs.
Mental Belief: Affects beliefs relating to cognitive development, self and the world, and formative beliefs about the world and our place in it. Holds beliefs about power, abilities, and how we affect the environment.
Feeling Component: Origin of fears and self-esteem.
Put your hands before your stomach, slightly below your solar plexus. Let the fingers join at the tops, all pointing away from you. Cross the thumbs. It is important to straighten the fingers.