Ajna Energy Center Themes
- Opinions, judgement, points of view
Understanding the Energetics of this Center
- The Ajna is an awareness processing center fueled by the Head Center.
- This center analyzes information and has the potential to find completion or expression through three different channels at the Throat Center.
- This is the place thoughts, concepts and belief systems are stored.
- Mind and pituitary gland
Defined Ajna Energy Center
- This individual has a fixed and reliable way in which they process information.
- They are here to formulate a point of view and may feel certain of their opinions and theories.
- The way they see things is a very important part of their purpose.
- It is important that they emphasize and develop this point of view as it will play into their creativity.
Undefined (Open) Ajna Energy Center
- For this individual, it is energetically correct for them to be open minded and not cling to their opinions even though they may feel a pressure to hold or have opinions.
- They are able to understand beliefs and information from different perspectives.
- These people are often not interested in getting involved in political debates. It may feel like a waste of energy to prove they have an opinion about something.
- Keeping things open feels better.
- Because they do not have a consistent way of thinking this individual may feel anxiety about the flexibility of their mental processing and may feel the need to overcompensate or prove otherwise.
Not Self Theme
- Pretending to be certain
Ajna Center Gates
- Traditional Name – Gate of Ideas
- Theme – Receiving ideas
- Traditional Name – Gate of Insight
- Theme – Unique opinions and insights
- Traditional Name – Gate of Opinions
- Theme – Substantiating opinions
- Traditional Name – Gate of Realization
- Theme – The need to have revelations
- Traditional Name – The Gate of Rationalization
- Theme – Pondering to get to the truth
- Traditional Name – Gate of Formulization
- Theme – Love of logic; Fear of chaos
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