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Is opening your chakras a sin?

 
Celestialflight
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Is opening your chakras a sin?
I have a lot of health problems and after reading about chakras, I've come to the conclusion that most of mine are probably not open. I have various crystals that I have aquired (mostly as jewelry) that I can use to help this process. Is this considered a sin?
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
only if you think so

this can be applied to all things
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All I know is when you start to open up stream the video,....

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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
no ,what is a sin is being on a journey, and knowing your final destination but not knowing how to get there
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
There's no such thing as "sin." Just avoid actions that harm others and have no fear.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
Usually some when opening the chakras then went into some kind of midlife crisis because it opens the eyes to many things that they repressed and about the way they are lying to themselves. It brought many on the path to awakening but if you go that road, you have to be prepared to be willing to change your life because they is no back into sleeping mode or ignoring the state of some things will drive you insane.
For some it also increased the extrasensory perceptions.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
I have a lot of health problems and after reading about chakras, I've come to the conclusion that most of mine are probably not open. I have various crystals that I have aquired (mostly as jewelry) that I can use to help this process. Is this considered a sin?
 Quoting: Celestialflight


Try meditation and just let them open naturally.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
only if you think so

this can be applied to all things
 Quoting: Illusionaire

Thank you hf. I was thinking this might be the answer but I wasn't sure. Knowing this will help me to open up.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
Is opening your hand/palm a sin? No...lol..infact, balancing chakras is what you need if you have health problems.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
There's no such thing as "sin." Just avoid actions that harm others and have no fear.
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Au contraire...

"Wisdom not applied soon becomes sin".
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
I have a lot of health problems and after reading about chakras, I've come to the conclusion that most of mine are probably not open. I have various crystals that I have aquired (mostly as jewelry) that I can use to help this process. Is this considered a sin?


Try meditation and just let them open naturally.
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I am trying a little bit of everything. I'm not sure what I'm doing but I'm reading up on it.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
I don't think God would have made us this way,(with chakras, or energy centers, or whatever you've been taught to call them), if they were evil.

The fact that they can remain dormant or be made to open suggests to me that this is perfectly within His will for us to operate in them.

This sounds poorly worded to me, but I think my intent is clear.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
No offense OP but how could it be? I opened mine through classes with a group out of St. Louis (in the US). I'd highly recommend seeking out Mankind Enlightenment Love (MEL) previously known as Spiritual Human Yoga (SHY). They don't require you believe anything just that you don't disbelieve the fantastic claims (to the typical western mind at least). They do tend to differientate Jesus from God as you start to move higher you can ask for guidence from JC (or other souls) but you are warned not to try to with "the Father" at lower levels..... The last cigarette was what convinced me as any physical addiction symptoms were immediately "ground out", but I still felt like I had lost a longtime friend.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
Usually some when opening the chakras then went into some kind of midlife crisis because it opens the eyes to many things that they repressed and about the way they are lying to themselves. It brought many on the path to awakening but if you go that road, you have to be prepared to be willing to change your life because they is no back into sleeping mode or ignoring the state of some things will drive you insane.
For some it also increased the extrasensory perceptions.
 Quoting: <| NutOnTheEdge |>

I think I am in a "midlife crisis" anyways so I see this as a good thing. I WANT to change my life. I want to feel well!! If that brings on extrasensory perceptions, then that's the cherry on top!
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
Well, if by "opening chakras" you really mean...
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
I have a lot of health problems and after reading about chakras, I've come to the conclusion that most of mine are probably not open. I have various crystals that I have aquired (mostly as jewelry) that I can use to help this process. Is this considered a sin?
 Quoting: Celestialflight



Your first problem is that you are focusing on chakras and whether they are open or not.

You've exteriorized your view. No sane meditation practitioner worries about 'opening chakras.' They pursue their path, and chakras do whatever they do. It is like looking at a cut on your hand and worrying about the knife.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
I don't think God would have made us this way,(with chakras, or energy centers, or whatever you've been taught to call them), if they were evil.

The fact that they can remain dormant or be made to open suggests to me that this is perfectly within His will for us to operate in them.

This sounds poorly worded to me, but I think my intent is clear.
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag

Thank you for your insight. I was thinking along these same lines myself. I just have been experiencing a "resistance" but I think that's probably all part of the process of opening the chakra. I don't know for sure, I'm just learning.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
Why ask man about sin?

If you take it to the lord in prayer and you begin to find conviction upon your heart over it, I would say it's not his will.

The lord Always speaks to the heart and convicts us of all sin. Let no man tell you how to live when you have the holy spirit to guid you.

Love and peace to you brethren.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
Why ask man about sin?
Let no man tell you how to live when you have the holy spirit to guid you.


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Does that include you?
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
I don't think God would have made us this way,(with chakras, or energy centers, or whatever you've been taught to call them), if they were evil.

The fact that they can remain dormant or be made to open suggests to me that this is perfectly within His will for us to operate in them.

This sounds poorly worded to me, but I think my intent is clear.

Thank you for your insight. I was thinking along these same lines myself. I just have been experiencing a "resistance" but I think that's probably all part of the process of opening the chakra. I don't know for sure, I'm just learning.
 Quoting: Celestialflight


Does that resistance feel like there is rock or something hard? Some energy blockages feel like that. Lots of people have heart chakra blocked nowadays..without balanced heart chakra people cannot experience empathy.
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..without balanced heart chakra people cannot experience empathy.
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Without empathy one cannot open their heart chakra...how is it you make any sense?

Backwards totally backwards...
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
I don't think God would have made us this way,(with chakras, or energy centers, or whatever you've been taught to call them), if they were evil.

The fact that they can remain dormant or be made to open suggests to me that this is perfectly within His will for us to operate in them.

This sounds poorly worded to me, but I think my intent is clear.
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag



I think it's worded just right. :)



OP, I HIGHLY recommend this book:

The Presence Process by Michael Brown. This process will "fix" your chakras as well as heal you physically. Life changing book. :)
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
One and most effective ways to clean chakras is awaken kundalini

[link to sahajapower.files.wordpress.com]
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
I have a lot of health problems and after reading about chakras, I've come to the conclusion that most of mine are probably not open. I have various crystals that I have aquired (mostly as jewelry) that I can use to help this process. Is this considered a sin?



Your first problem is that you are focusing on chakras and whether they are open or not.

You've exteriorized your view. No sane meditation practitioner worries about 'opening chakras.' They pursue their path, and chakras do whatever they do. It is like looking at a cut on your hand and worrying about the knife.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 983784

Thank you, I will keep this in mind.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
There is something inherently ironic about your question. afro
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
Why ask man about sin?

If you take it to the lord in prayer and you begin to find conviction upon your heart over it, I would say it's not his will.

The lord Always speaks to the heart and convicts us of all sin. Let no man tell you how to live when you have the holy spirit to guid you.

Love and peace to you brethren.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1122962

Thank you! Love and Peace to you as well! hf
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
Why ask man about sin?
Let no man tell you how to live when you have the holy spirit to guid you.




Does that include you?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 983784

Yes it does smartass!

That would be why I didn't say yes or no.

What a great question!
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
I don't think God would have made us this way,(with chakras, or energy centers, or whatever you've been taught to call them), if they were evil.

The fact that they can remain dormant or be made to open suggests to me that this is perfectly within His will for us to operate in them.

This sounds poorly worded to me, but I think my intent is clear.

Thank you for your insight. I was thinking along these same lines myself. I just have been experiencing a "resistance" but I think that's probably all part of the process of opening the chakra. I don't know for sure, I'm just learning.


Does that resistance feel like there is rock or something hard? Some energy blockages feel like that. Lots of people have heart chakra blocked nowadays..without balanced heart chakra people cannot experience empathy.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1123646

YESSS!!! That's what it feels like! It's in my root chakra. I'm pretty sure all of my chakras are blocked but I think my heart chakra is the most open of them all.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
One and most effective ways to clean chakras is awaken kundalini

[link to sahajapower.files.wordpress.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1123646

If not done correctly can cause ALL SORTS of problems.
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
I don't think God would have made us this way,(with chakras, or energy centers, or whatever you've been taught to call them), if they were evil.

The fact that they can remain dormant or be made to open suggests to me that this is perfectly within His will for us to operate in them.

This sounds poorly worded to me, but I think my intent is clear.



I think it's worded just right. :)



OP, I HIGHLY recommend this book:

The Presence Process by Michael Brown. This process will "fix" your chakras as well as heal you physically. Life changing book. :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1116859

Thank you! I have it bookmarked now to check into later!
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Re: Is opening your chakras a sin?
no ,what is a sin is being on a journey, and knowing your final destination but not knowing how to get there
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