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The Natal chart Chakra Report is exclusive to Neptune’s aura.  This report gives advice on the best ways possible for the individual to develop their latent talents and gifts through accessing and developing the latent energy that dwells inside them.

This is an extract of The Natal Chakra report

The Chakras play an important role in our lives.

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We can think of the chakras as a whole representing a tree and the Kundalini is the serpent coiled around its base. The tree of knowledge of Good and evil was placed in the centre of the garden of Eden, just like our tree is placed in the centre of our body.  The serpent speaks to Eve and its words cause Eve to ponder in deep profound thought.  We do not know what the serpent says in the story but the original Hebrew words talk of deep thought and an intense psychological experience upon hearing them.  Eve eats the fruit of wisdom and encourages Adam to do the same.  This angers God and he curses the serpent to reside at the base of the chakra where it shall eat the dust and mankind in that they will have to toil and work for the wisdom they have received.

We can find Nature outside of us only if we have first learnt to know her within us. The Natural within us must be our guide to her. This marks out our path of inquiry. We shall attempt no speculations concerning the interaction of Mind and Matter. We shall rather probe into the depths of our own being, to find there those elements which we saved in our flight from Nature.

There are different theories on the chakras although the system most known in the west is the seven main chakras used in this report, many schools of thought in the East had their own systems unique to them and in many ways this report follows that example in creating a unique interpretation of the chakras and their purpose using the astrology of the natal chart.  In common all schools of thought held a main interpretation of the chakras as meeting point in the body for certain channels through which the prana (life force flows).  This is both physical and symbolic.  The lymphatic system emits fluid along with white blood cells into the cardiovascular system.  The endocrine system secretes hormones into the cardiovascular system. The digestive system also uses the small blood and lymphatic vessels in the intestinal wall pick up the molecules and carry them to the rest of the body. The nervous system sends electrical impulses all around the body as it coordinates our bodies responses. Our hollow bones contains the bone marrow that produces the blood cells that travel round our body. Our lungs oxygenate the blood and our heart circulates it.  As you can see our body contains channels in which both electrical energy and nutrients flow and these are regulated at certain meeting points and the chakras symbolise these points.  The chakras also symbolise the journey of life and the natural world that we are a part of.  This report aims to give a personalised meaning of the journey of life for the individual, as well as encompassing how they fit into the natural world and their intimate connection to mother Earth.

The first chakra or the Muladhara is the root chakra.  This chakra connects us to the earth and roots us to the material world.  If you imagine a tree, its root system is a mirror image to the growth above ground.  The Muladhara is like this, in order to create a secure base and stable structure for the Kundalini the root must create a stable structure mirroring the structure of the chakra.  The larger the root structure and the more securely it is attached to mother earth the larger the structure of the Chakras can become and the more stable the easier it is for the kundalini to rise in  secure and stable manner.  Strengthening and developing the root chakra helps to strengthen all the other chakras.  The strength of the kundalini is also determined by the root chakra.  Although not as well known as the main seven chakra there are seven chakras that descend from the root chakra to the soles of the feet mirroring the upper system.

“Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. 25 The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock. 26 But everyone who hears these words of mine and does not put them into practice is like a foolish man who built his house on sand.27 The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell with a great crash.”

A farmer went out to sow his seed. As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path, and the birds came and ate it up. Some fell on rocky places, where it did not have much soil. It sprang up quickly, because the soil was shallow. But when the sun came up, the plants were scorched, and they withered because they had no root.

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The first Chakra the Muladhara is ruled by both Mars and Saturn, as this is the base from which the energy of the Kundalini flows this chakra is of vital importance.  The Muladhara roots us to mother earth and provides a base for the life giving energy to flow through us and develop our latent talents and abilities.  Without a strong Muladhara the Kundalini is weakened and the other chakras will be negatively impacted.

Stability of Muladhara chakra is indicated by Saturn in the natal chart. Saturn at 0 degrees Cancer conjunct south Node in 9th house.  Saturn conjunct the south node indicates that you have a strong and stable foundation from which the Kundalini can grow and develop you may have had many trials early in life to develop this inner strength and resolve.  Saturn in cancer indicates that the stability of the Muladhara helps to stabilise the energy of the third chakra which is ruled by the sun and moon, giving you a stable and secure sense of who you are in terms of being part of the wider human family and an invaluable member of your community.  Saturn here directs energy towards working within the community for the benefit of all and a strong sense of connection to your roots and heritage.  Saturn in the 9th house also helps to create a very stable energy base in the 2nd house and indicates strong creative energy within you.  Jupiter and Pluto rule the 2nd chakra the Swadhisthana.  Western kabbalists make the kabbalistic association of Swadhisthana with the Sephirah Yesod, Yesod is also associated with the sexual organs. Its function in the tree of life is to gather the different energies that have been created in the descent of the tree downwards and distribute them to Malkuth, the material world, where the energy can find physical expression.  The energy of creation, life and mother earth is seated in the 2nd chakra and having saturn in the 9th may give you a strong sense of connection with mother earth and the energies contained within her.  Saturn in the 9th house is indicative of maintaining a healthy second chakra, the second chakra can be compared to the trunk of a tree, whose pipes carry nutrients to the whole system, as a tree ages these pipes become rigid and can no longer maintain a strong flow of energy but instead create core strength and in trees are called the heartwood as they are found in the centre of the trunk.  This core strength always need to be balanced by the creation of new channels which allow energy flow and in some cases coppicing of the old trunk allows for complete renewal and regeneration of the chakras and allows the Kundalini to flow freely.  Thus in life the individual may experience situations that cut them back to the core root of who they are in order to instigate renewal and growth.  This may be avoided at times by overcoming to much rigidity whilst remaining true to their core beliefs and values.

Saturn semi-square sun in Leo 12th house this dynamic energy is working within you to create a stable sense of who you are in regards to your sense of self identity or ego within the third chakra.  This energy is always present and is a dynamic which throughout life works to create a strong foundation of who you are as an individual with unique talents, insights and perspectives in order for you to develop a strong appreciation of your worth and value as a member of the human race this enables you to better let go of your connection to the earth when the time arrives for you to embark on the journey towards the light eith the knowledge that you have used your talents and abilities to leave behind a legacy of love and achievement.

Saturn sextile Mars denotes that your Vitality and stability work together in creating a strong and vital base for the Kundalini energy that dwells within you.

Saturn square Pluto  in Libra 12th house denotes that there is a dynamic flow of energy from the first chakra to the 6th which is working towards creating a strong and stable kundalini energy within you and although this energy is very dynamic and may feel intense it is working towards creating strong and stable chakras from which the 7th chakra will gain strength and development.

The Vitality of the Muladhara is determined by Mars in the natal chart.  Mars in Aries indicates a  strong and vital energy in the Muladhara that is potent and aids growth of the Kundalini.  Mars in the 6th house indicates that this energy is very vital between the 1st and 5th house and the individual may feel driven towards increasing their own inner wisdom and speaking out against injustice in the world.  Mars square Mercury increases the dynamic tension of this aspect and makes the individual feel a compulsion to develop these energies.

Mars square Jupiter creates an intensely dynamic 2nd Chakra where the individual is driven to express creative energies through art or working within the natural world especially within environmental arenas.  The individual may also be drawn to use the creative life energies in some form of natural healing process.

Mars biquintile Neptune indicates that within this strong and vital Kundalini energy there is a sense within this individual that they are working towards the point of death and their ability to return to the light of unconditional love with a sense that they have fulfilled their purpose in life and left the world a better place.

Overall this individual has a very strong and stable base chakra from which the Kundalini is able to grow and develop this energy is very dynamic and the individual may feel driven to fulfil his own unique destiny in life.  The energy here is both strong and dynamic which indicates that one of the main functions of their life purpose is learning to keep the strength of energy whilst stabilising its effects to create a more stable and well balanced Kundalini energy the individual has the potential to work towards creating a strong and fully active kundalini of which they are in full control and not overwhelmed by.  The energy and stability of the Muladhara may be important more important in the 5th and 6th chakras if they develop talents involving healing which require them to use these energies often with consistency.

The second chakra is the Swadhisthana, the base chakra we can imagine this as the base of a tree trunk or the base of our spine.  It is from this point that our tree grows upwards towards the light.  The base sure be securely attached to the earth by the roots for it to be strong.  It is the trunk of the tree that carries the nutrients from the earth to the rest of the system.  The trunk is the part of a tree that connects the leafy crown with its roots.  Roots absorb water and nutrients from the soil, which are then transported up the tree trunk in cells that act much like pipes.  This allows the leaves to obtain water and nutrients that are necessary for the manufacture of food from light energy.  Or in our case you can imagine those pipes produced by the Swadhisthana as the channels in which the Kundalini flows.  The Trunk also supports the branches and leaves in a position where they can absorb sufficient sunlight.  As the trunk grows it opens the crown or canopy of the tree to more sunlight.  Thus this chakra is concerned with strong earth energy for it is responsible for its distribution, because of the strong earth energy this chakra is also connected to sexual energy of the life giving force.  The chakra symbolises structured growth and the energy of mother earth, the awe and wonder of being part of the natural world and the urge to grow and reach out for the sun and the stars.

In a field, there was an oak at one end, and a willow-tree at the other. Whenever a wind moved through the field, the willow swayed in the wind, while the oak remained unmoved. When this happened, the willow said to itself, “I wish I was as strong as the Oak, instead of bending over with every breeze“ then one day a large windstorm whipped through the field. When the storm passed, and the darkness lifted, the willow looked across the field, and was shocked to discover that the oak was laying on the ground, broken. When the Gardener came into the field, the willow said, “Oh sir, what happened to the Oak? How is it that I survived the storm, weak as I am, and the Oak fell?” The Gardener said, “Oh little willow-tree, do you not understand what happened? When the winds blow, you bend with them, while the oak remains still. So when a really powerful wind comes along, you can bend with the wind, and survive it. But the Oak cannot bend, and so if the wind is strong enough, it will break. For the Oak had a secret, a weakness within that no one looking at the outside could see. And the Gardener went on his way, leaving the willow to ponder what he said.  The Oak was strong because of the heartwood formed at the centre of the trunk, heartwood is formed when the pipes that sap flows through harden and this gives strength to the centre of the tree but if all those pipes harden and become stiff sap cannot flow and the tree becomes to rigid.

oak tree

Jupiter and Pluto rule the 2nd chakra the Swadhisthana.  This is the joyous energy of mother earth at her most creative bringing the gift of life and wonders of the natural world.  This is also the joyous experience of being part of that miraculous dynamic cycle.

Jupiter creates a strong creative energy that is expansive and life affirming while Pluto represents the souls realisation that it is alive and part of the cycle of life on mother earth.

Jupiter in Aquarius in 4th house indicates that the strong creative energy of mother earth may be used in some form of healing if the individual wishes to develop this potential.  The individual can connect to the divine unconditional love and wisdom as a method of healing others of emotional and psychological pain through compassion and understanding.

Jupiter sextile Neptune in Sagittarius in the 2nd house gives the individual the opportunity to connect with the eternal unconditional love felt for us all and use this energy in conjunction with the creative energies of mother earth to reach others and heal their pain, the individual may also have a strong sense of the natural life cycle and may find it easier than most in their acceptance of death and the return to the light.

Jupiter trine Pluto indicates a strong awareness at the soul level of the abundant life creating forces that are contained within the earth as a living dynamic being.

Pluto in Libra in 12th house indicates that the individual has a strong awareness of the purpose of the energies within and has a well developed heart chakra which serves as a secure foundation for their spiritual development, and that the 2nd chakra energy should be flowing uninhibited to the 6th chakra and 7th chakra.

With the South Node of the Moon in the 9th house this individual’s life path is focused on creating a strong and stable pathway between the 2nd chakra and the 5th.  The individual will most likely be drawn to using the energy to serve the higher purpose of the 5th Chakra.  When balanced and energised the 5th chakra allows access to higher wisdom and purpose.  This may be achieved through meditation, lucid dreaming in which the individual may connect with a tutor from an other worldly realm or simply experience an inner voice that gives them access to wisdom and knowledge.  The individual may feel more energised when they are in natural surrounding and may need to take time out if they live in urban areas to reconnect with nature as this is an important aspect of who they are and the energies that flow through them.

The third Chakra, the Manipura, city of Jewels or resplendant Gem, we can imagine as the crown of the tree, where the branches split and snake off in different directions.  This chakra is involved in self-esteem, warrior energy, and the power of transformation; it also governs digestion and metabolism. A healthy spirited third chakra helps overcome inertia and jump-starts a “get-up-and-go” attitude so it is easier to take risks, assert one’s will, and assume responsibility for one’s life. This chakra is also the location of deep belly laughter, warmth, ease, and the vitality received from performing selfless service.  As our branches snake off in many directions we discover who we are and what we can accomplish in life.  It is on these branches that the leaves are formed which absorb the light.  The better placed these branches are the more light will be absorbed by the leaves and the stronger the branches the more leaves it can support.

The holly and the ivy,
When they are both full grown
Of all the trees that are in the wood
The holly bears the crown.

The Holly crown has a long history of being harvested during the dark days of winter to bring green the colour of life and love into the home and lighten the darkness within.

willow

The Third Chakra the Manipura is ruled by the Sun and Moon.  A baby in the womb lies at this Chakra and Manipura means city of Jewels, for it represents what we create with the energy of the 2nd chakra our wonderful gift of life.  Here we learn that we are individuals and develop our sense of self esteem, family and community that gives us a foundation of who and what we are.

The Sun in Leo in 10th house Leo help strengthen the energy here and the 10th house adds stability and core foundation for this energy to develop positively with the 10th’s Saturn influences it is unlikely that the individual will express this energy as mere egotism but seek to focus and use its potential constructively.  There is a strong possiblity that they will be drawn to raising public awareness on issues they feel strongly about.

Sun semisextile Venus in Virgo in 11th house, innate awareness of the 4th and 5th chakras that follow the individual understands the progression of energy from what we do and who we are to reconnecting with the divine love and wisdom.  This understanding colours what the individual does with their life as they are aware that what they do is an inheritance for the future generations to follow and needs to help them grow towards the final aspect of their journey.

The Sun sextile Uranus in Libra in 12th house, Indicates that there is a strong awareness of the heart chakra as the foundation of the spiritual journey, and this individual has the potential to use the strong energies of the Manipura to create a strong and stable heart chakra creating a secure base for their spiritual development.  This should come quite easily to the individual and energy should flow very easily between the 3rd, 4th and 5th chakras.  This flow of energy is a recognition of the importance for all of humanity to feel as sense of connection worth and value within their families and communities and the individual may work towards raising awareness of this through becoming a voice for others.

Sun square moon indicates that the energy within the 3rd chakra is very dynamic and is in constant fluctuation, this dynamic energy means this chakra is constantly active in the individuals life and they will work throughout life to learn to balance their own needs to be valued and appreciated with the need to feel part of a community and family.

Sun semisquare Pluto in Libra in 12th indicates the individual is very aware of the energies that flow from the 2nd chakra through to the 7th.  The individual is driven to use the creative and life giving energies of the 2nd chakra and use them in the most compassionate and loving way this theme is very important to their ability to move on in the latter stages of life and this is the area they will most likely reflect upon at this time as they measure their achievements in the sense of what they have built in terms of relationships and acts of compassion against what they may have achieved therefore it is important that the individual does not lose sight of this aspect of their psyche for what they achieve in this area will be what they value most as their own achievements in life.

Moon in Scorpio in 1st house indicates an individual very aware of the life energy flowing through the kundalini, this individual is very much aware that they are part of the circle of life and that this life giving energy connects them to the earth, their family, their ancestors and their community as part of a shared experience of life.  They may have a strong draw to study and understand the beliefs and culture of their ancestors how this has evolved within the generations and how they share a common heritage.

Moon sextile Venus in Virgo 11th house indicates that the individual is very aware that their common ancestry and history connects them to humanity as a whole and they embrace the concept of being part of one human family with the ability to feel deep compassion for others and the wisdom to see that we are all equal to each other in our capacity to love and share.  the individual sense that the boundaries some proclaim between the spiritual and the materialistic person are non existent that we all contain equal measures of both.

The fourth chakra, the Anahata, heart chakra or serene chakra, we can imagine as the green leaves contained in the crown of our tree.  It is here that the energy of the light of love is combined with the nutrients of the Kundalini to produce the food needed by the 5th, 6th and 7th chakras.  This chakra teaches us to follow our heart and act with love and charity, it may also be used for healing.  It is what is produced here in the 4th chakra that is taken with us on the next stage of the journey after life has ceased.  In the fourth chakra the food of the fruit of the 5th chakra is created.  This chakra gives us access to the pure unconditional love contained within the soul and to the divine source of that love, with the energies of the kundalini this can be used as a means of spiritual healing.  And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.  Love never fails; but if there are gifts of prophecy, they will be done away; if there are tongues, they will cease; if there is knowledge, it will be done away.  And if I give all my possessions to feed the poor, and if I surrender my body to be burned, but do not have love, it profits me nothing.  Love is patient, love is kind and is not jealous; love does not brag and is not arrogant,  does not act unbecomingly; it does not seek its own, is not provoked, does not take into account a wrong suffered.  “Sing the song of celestial love, O singer!  May the divine fountain of eternal grace and joy enter your soul.  May Brahma, (the Divine One),  Pluck the strings of your inner soul with His celestial fingers,  And feel His own presence within.  Bless us with a divine voice  That we may tune the harp-strings of our life To sing songs of Love to you.” (Rig Veda)

Rowan

The 4th chakra Anahata the heart Chakra is ruled by both Venus and Uranus.  This Chakra like the Muladhara is extremely important for it is from this chakra that the spiritual and divine energy within us meets the life giving energy of the Muladhara.  At the point of death the life giving energy of the Muladhara dies or more accurately returns to mother earth as part of the continuous cycle of life and the first 3 chakras cease to exist, whilst the soul ascends  to the spiritual energy residing within the heart Chakra then rises through the 5th, 6th and 7th chakra and the tunnel towards the light.  The energy of pure unconditional love survives our mortality and is what we take with us at the moment of death this is the light within that returns to the greater light.  The heart Chakra is also important in accessing both spiritual energy and life giving energy of the earth.  When the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th chakras are well develop not only can energy flow up between them but the connection to the earth itself through the Muladhara may be strengthened and the energy of mother earth itself may be drawn and used in the right circumstances to heal in such cases both the 2nd and 4th Chakra are vitally important in this process. In the same process when the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Chakras are well developed not only does the energy flow up through them but through the 7th Chakra they can reconnect with the divine energy of unconditional love and draw this energy in combination with the creative energy of mother nature in order to heal and nurture others emotionally and physically.

Venus in Virgo in 11th house indicates a strong heart chakra and base spiritual energy connected to universal unconditional love and the wisdom it contains.  The strong earth energy of Virgo represents the energies of the 2nd Chakra being used in the 4th and 5th chakra as a means of healing and creating energy expressed through pure and unconditional love.

 

Uranus in Libra in 12th house indicate that there is a strong flow of spiritual energy from the 4th Chakra into the 5th, 6th and 7th chakras.  This individual has the opportunity to develop the strong connection between the spiritual chakras to achieve a sense of real spiritual development back towards the light.

Uranus opposite Mars show that there is a strong use of the life giving energy of the Muladhara and the Spiritual energy of the heart chakra this combining of energies is a dynamic one within the individual in which they work continuously to balance these powerful energies.  The individual also has the opportunity to draw both spiritual and life giving energy and learn the appropriate use of both.

Uranus conjunct the Ascendant in Libra show that the individual has a naturally energised heart chakra and will naturally tend to develop this energy as a fundamental part of who they are.

The fifth chakra, the Vishuddha, or the throat chakra, we can imagine as the fruit of our tree, this fruit is wisdom which allows us the vision to see three realms clearly the past, present and future.  With this vision we have the ability to speak out on injustice in the world to connect the past, present and future in ways that help others see our potential paths and understand the choices we all face in life.  In the fruit of our wisdom lies the seeds of the 6th and 7th chakras which are nourished by the fruit, the ability to nourish the 6th and 7th chakras is also one of the 5th chakras main purposes.  Once upon a time there was an apple tree which God had created. It was a young tree without any leaves or fruit. One night the young tree saw the brilliant stars and was very unhappy. He wished for himself to have these sparkling stars on his branches so that he too would be beautiful. The next morning, God noticed that the tree was unhappy, and He said to him, “Let me make something for you. I will dress you up in a beautiful mantle of green so that you will be beautiful to behold. Then you will not be so unhappy.”  But the tree was not content with God’s plan. “I do not want a mantle of green, I want stars.” The next morning the tree saw that God had not given him stars, but green leaves. And the tree frowned upon it. Once again the tree said to God, “I want stars,” but instead, God gave him beautiful red fruit. The tree was even more unhappy. The wind saw how unhappy the apple tree was and the wind became unhappy too. The wind blew and tried to set the apple tree free of the leaves and the fruit, but he failed. However, as the wind blew, some of the leaves and fruit fell to the ground. One piece of fruit broke into two pieces right in the middle. When the tree looked upon the broken fruit, guess what he saw?  Inside the fruit was the shape of a star! Not only did the apple contain the star of wisdom but also the seeds of the 6th and 7th chakras.

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The fifth Chakra the throat Chakra is ruled by Uranus and Mercury.  Here the individual is able to discern the effects of their actions and realignment of their will with the greater good of all.  The individual is also able to connect with the divine wisdom through this chakra, Jesus’s warning that it is not what we put into our bodies that makes us unclean but what comes out of our mouths also very relevant to this chakra.

Mercury in Cancer conjunct Midheaven indicates the individual has a strong understanding of the thoughts and emotions of others and is therefore able to understand what drives their thoughts and emotional processes, they have the potential to reach a large audience and influence these emotional and thought processes for the betterment of society and mankind.

Mercury square Mars and Uranus shows that there is a strong dynamic mix of energy available to the 5th chakra which they must learnt to use appropriately for the benefit of all.

The sixth chakra , the Ajna or third eye through the wisdom of the 5th chakra helps us reconnect with the spiritual world as a means of understanding our purpose on earth and preparing our soul for the journey home.  Ajna means command and when we have developed the fruit of wisdom and allowed it to ripen we have command of our ability to use intellect, wisdom and intuition together in the Ajna to understand where we are heading and to envision new paths forwards.  To use the Ajna we must have the wisdom of understanding what must be and what we can change, and the correct motivation for the use of this energy.  With this there must be an acceptance of the fact that we will only ever know what is meant for us to know and that part given to us is for a reason just as the part unseen is for a reason.

Love never fails. But where there are prophecies, they will cease; where there are tongues, they will be stilled; where there is knowledge, it will pass away. For we know in part and we prophesy in part, 10 but when completeness comes, what is in part disappears.

unicorn

The 6th Chakra the third eye is ruled by Neptune and Pluto.  This chakra is similar to the 2nd chakra however where the 2nd chakra allows for greater understanding and access to the potential to the life giving energies of mother earth the 6th chakra allows for greater understanding of the spiritual dimensions in which we exist and access to the potential of the spiritual energy that is available to us.  Those with strong 6th Chakras are able to access the healing power of spiritual energy when it is appropriate and after developing their potential.  This Chakra is also about developing an understanding our place in the spiritual and divine cycle of energy.

Neptune in Sagittarius in 2nd house denotes that the individual’s learning process of their place in the divine is understood by their development of understanding the energies of earth its uses and healing properties and development through the 2nd and 4th Chakras.  Through development of these themes the individual learns that this is only a mirror image of the spiritual energy purpose in the 4th and 6th Chakra.  When the individual begins to evolve these themes they also develop the ability to use the spiritual energy available to them at the same time.

Pluto in Libra 12th indicates that the heart Chakra is central to the souls journey in this life and its development is the individuals most important priority for progressing forward.

The seventh chakra, the Sahasrara or the crown chakra is actually located slightly above the head in fact you may have seen it at night, on occasions many people before sleep see the tunnel that leads to the light and the Sahasrara is located at the base of this tunnel that connects you to the light at death.  This chakra is where your spirit guide or guardian angel stands guard as it is the gateway to the spirit world. It is important that the heart chakra, throat chakra and third eye have developed and sustain for an individual to feel comfortable accessing the gateway this chakra holds at the moment of death.  This gateway may also allow spirits to speak to us and often before death family spirits use this gateway to make the journey back to the light with the individual.  In religious rituals the crown is often annointed, in Exodus this annointing is made from Olive oil (fruit of the 5th Chakra), Cinamon(tree bark of the 2nd and 3rd chakra) and Myrrh (sap or gum that flows or the energy of the Kundalini).

For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known.

Pegasus

The 7th chakra the crown chakra is where the spirit leaves the body at death and where one connects to the divine in life thus this chakra is vitally important.  This Chakra is ruled by Neptune and its placement shows that the individual has potential for much spiritual growth through the heart Chakra the energies and stability created will form a strong foundation of what this soul returns to the light and there is much potential for the individual to return strong and whole with the potential of their heart chakra.

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Posted July 31, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in Report Sample

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