Solar Plexus Chakra Flashcards.txt

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Solar Plexus Chakra Flashcards.txt
2012-03-29 00:30:14
Solar Plexus Chakras Usui Reiki COR Correllian

Solar Plexus Chakra Flashcards to be used to study the Solar Plexus with first level of Reiki
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  1. What is the Sandskrit and common name of the Chakra that correlates with the color yellow?
    Manipura (lustrous gem), Solar Plexus Chakra
  2. Where is the Solar Plexus Chakra located?
    Below the diaphram
  3. What is the symbol of the Solar Plexus Chakra?
    A triangle inside a circle surrounded by ten lotus petals
  4. What are the central issues of the Solar Plexus?
    Power, self-esteem, self-image, energy, will, responsibility
  5. What color is the Solar Plexus Chakra?
  6. What essential oils relate to the Solar Plexus?
    Juniper, lavender, bergamot, rosemary
  7. What crystals and stones correlate with the Solar Plexus?
    amber, tiger's eye, peridot,, yellow tourmaline, yellow topaz
  8. What planets and astrological signs correlate with the Solar Plexus?
    Sun, the planets Mercury, Jupiter, Mars and the signs of Leo, Sagittarius and Virgo
  9. What sound or mantra does the Solar Plexus have?
  10. What sense relates to the Solar Plexus?
  11. With which body does the Solar Plexus relate?
    The astral body
  12. Which orientaiton to self does the Solar Plexus have?
    Self definition
  13. What goals does the Solar plexus have?
    Vitality, purpose, strength of will, vitality, spontaneity
  14. What rights relate to the Solar Plexus?
    The act to be an individual
  15. When is the developmental stage of the Solar Plexus?
    18 months to 4 years
  16. What identity does the Solar Plexus have?
    Ego identity
  17. What relationship does the Solar Plexus have?
    Basic relationship with inner self
  18. What is the Solar Plexus vice?
  19. What is the element of the Solar Plexus?
  20. What hormone glands relate to the Solar Plexus?
    The pancreas and adrenal
  21. What organs correlate with the Solar Plexus?
    The respiratory system and diaphragm, the digestive system, stomach, liver, gallbladder, kidney, pancreas, adrenal glands, spleen, the small intestine, the lower back, the sympathetic nervous system
  22. When the Solar Plexus is excessive what symptoms may occur?
    Overly aggressive, dominating, controlling, blaming, arrogance, manipulative, power hungry, stubbornness, hyperactivity, excessively ambitious and competitive
  23. When the Solar Plexus is deficient what symptoms may occur?
    Low energy, weak will, poor self-esteem, passive, sluggish, fearful, poor self-discipline, emotionally and physically cold, victim mentality, blaming of others, unreliable, poor digestion
  24. When the Solar Plexus is in balance what symptoms may occur?
    Feeling of tranquility and inner harmony, self-acceptance, respect for the nature and emotions of others, feeling of unity with the rest of humanity, responsible, reliable, confidence, spontaneity, sense of humor, able to meet challenges
  25. When the Solar Plexus is not in balance what physical dysfunctions may occur?
    Arthritis, digestive disorders, ulcers, colon and intestinal problems, anorexia or bulimia, pancreatitis, diabetes, gallstone, allergies, problems with the stomach and liver
  26. What addictions may be caused when the Solar Plexus is blocked?
    Amphetamines, cocaine, caffeine, work, anger
  27. What traumas or abuses could cause blockage of the Solar Plexus?
    Shaming, authoritarianism, physical abuse, fear of punishment, dangerous environment, age inappropriate responsibilities, inherited shame from parents
  28. What are the spritiual challenges of the Solar Plexus?
    Maturation of the ego
  29. What are some healing strategies for the Solar Plexus?
    Risk taking, grounding, emotional contact, deep relaxation, stress control, vigorous exercise, sit-ups, psychotherapy (release or contain anger, build ego strength, work on shame issues, strengthen will)