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7 planètes, 7 Chakras

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De Kathleen Stecklair McGinty
7 planètes, 7 Chakras
Avant l'avènement des télescopes, l'astrologie a attiré sens de sept planètes visibles à le œil nu Saturne, Jupiter, Mars, Vénus, mercure, soleil et lune (pour plus de commodité ' astrologues de saké appellent les « planètes » soleil et lune). Ce sont les planètes seules utilisées dans l'astrologie indienne et donc dans les systèmes traditionnels de chakra.
Saturn a été affecté au 1er chakra à la base de la colonne vertébrale, et chaque planète suivi dans l'ordre (du plus éloigné de la terre au plus proche de vous), terminant avec le soleil et la lune assignés à la tête. Ainsi, Jupiter est corrélée avec le 2ème chakra, Mars avec le 3e et ainsi de suite.
Avant la découverte d'Uranus, Neptune et Pluton (les planètes), le soleil et la Lune étaient reliés avec les chakras, six et sept (les chakras de la « tête »). Mais maintenant que les planètes font partie de la tradition astrologique occidentale, les planètes externes pouvant être assignés aux tête chakras.
Il est toujours judicieux pour le soleil et la lune pour être en corrélation avec les chakras en tête, mais dans cet article, j'explorerai les connexions des planètes extérieures.
Saturne / premier chakra
Le nom Sanskrit du premier chakra est Muladhara. En anglais, il est généralement connu comme le chakra racine ou de base. Elle résonne avec l'élément terre et son dirigeant planétaire est Saturne. Son emplacement physique est le périnée, à la base de la colonne vertébrale.
Comme Saturne, le premier chakra symbolise les fondations, stabilité, mise à la terre, fortement des structures bâties et manifeste des buts. Le premier chakra est extrêmement préoccupé par la survie, le genre de survie que les gens de conduit de rester avec ce qu'ils savent, contrôlent leur environnement et protègent leur territoire.
Il est lié à notre passé et le premier ensemble de règles que nous ont appris (par les parents, enseignants, chefs religieux/culturel), qui offrent un sentiment d'appartenance chez l'enfant.
Astrologiquement, si vous avez beaucoup de terre ou l'absence de terre dans un graphique, vous pourriez trouver que vous êtes contesté avec les premiers numéros de chakra. En outre, si votre Saturne est sur- ou sous-développé, la même chose pourrait être vraie.
Jupiter / second chakra
Le nom Sanskrit du deuxième chakra est Svadhisthana. En anglais, ça s'appelle le chakra sacral ou nombril.
Son élément est l'eau et son dirigeant planétaire est Jupiter. Physiquement, il est situé dans le bas ventre entre le nombril et les organes génitaux.
Fois Jupiter et le deuxième chakra sont préoccupent de croissance au-delà des fondations établies. Une fois que nous avons créé un solid sentiment de sécurité dans le premier chakra, nous sommes mis au défi dans le second chakra d'explorer au-delà de notre territoire habituel. Nous nous sentons une forte envie de se connecter avec d'autres afin que nous pouvons apprendre sur la vie qui est différents des nôtres.
Le deuxième chakra et Jupiter sont associées à la sexualité et du principe de plaisir. Notre sexualité nous permet de créer de nouvelle vie au-delà de nos racines originelles.
La lune / chakras 1 & 2
Les deux premiers chakras sont liés aux éléments féminins de la terre et l'eau. Ces éléments sont passif et réceptif, lié avec le passé et résistant à changer. Il est ironique que le second chakra nous invite à changer tout en même temps résistant à changement.
La nature ardente de la planète Jupiter invite instamment l'attaquant individuel, mais l'élément de l'eau maintient l'individu dans le passé. La lune est fortement liée à l'élément eau et beaucoup de traditions lier la lune avec le second chakra.
S. nœud / chakras 1 & 2
Outre les questions de la lune, le second chakra semble également être un réservoir de souvenirs de la jetée sud. Le Nord et le sud nœuds, bien que pas de planètes, sont puissants points dans un horoscope. Le nœud Sud représente ce que notre âme se souvient, que ce soit passé de vies ou de notre famille ancestrale passé. Astrologiquement, si vous avez beaucoup d'eau dans votre graphique ou peu ou pas d'eau, vous pouvez rencontrer des difficultés deuxième chakra.
Une sous - ou over - developed Jupiter, lune ou noeud Sud peut également indiquer deuxième chakra difficultés.
Mars, soleil / troisième chakra
Appelé Manipura en Sanskrit et le chakra du plexus solaire en anglais, ce chakra est relié à l'élément feu et gouverné par la planète Mars. Il est situé dans la zone du plexus solaire, qui est juste en dessous les côtes inférieures se joignent en face de la colonne vertébrale.
Mars et le troisième chakra sont associés à volonté, action, énergie et vitalité. Notre capacité à poursuivre ce que nous voulons est générée à partir de ce chakra. Il se rapporte à l'expression de soi, de confiance et de courage et nous donne la force à prendre des risques pour devenir visible et efficace en tant qu'individus créatifs.
Représentant l'expression créatrice de notre force de vie, le soleil correspond aussi à la troisième chakra. Lorsque nous sommes forts au sein de nos soleils nous briller de faire ce que nous aimons. Nous offrons la vitalité et la lumière à travers le partage de nos cadeaux ou l'essence. Mars nous aide à exprimer notre soleil.
L'énergie masculine du troisième chakra nous aide à passer les deux premiers chakras féminins à partir et vers le haut. Si vous avez beaucoup de feu ou d'incendie très peu dans un graphique, le troisième chakra pourrait être une mise au point
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De Kathleen Stecklair McGinty
7 Planets, 7 Chakras
Before the advent of telescopes, astrology drew meaning from the seven planets that are visible with the naked eye – Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Venus, Mercury, Sun and Moon (for convenience’ sake astrologers call the Sun and Moon ‘planets’). These are the only planets used in Indian astrology and therefore in traditional chakra systems.
Saturn was assigned to the 1st chakra at the base of the spine, and each planet followed in order (from furthest from earth to closest), finishing with the Sun and Moon assigned to the head. So, Jupiter was correlated with the 2nd chakra, Mars with the 3rd, and so on.
Before the discovery of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto (the outer planets), the Sun and Moon were connected with chakras six and seven (the ‘head’ chakras). But now that the outer planets are part of the Western astrological tradition, the outer planets can be assigned to the head chakras.
It still makes sense for the Sun and Moon to be correlated with the head chakras, but in this article I’ll explore the outer planet connections.
Saturn / first chakra
The Sanskrit name of the first chakra is Muladhara. In English it’s generally known as the base or root chakra. It resonates with the earth element and its planetary ruler is Saturn. Its physical location is the perineum, at the base of the spine.
Like Saturn, the first chakra symbolises foundations, stability, grounding, strongly built structures and manifested goals. The first chakra is very much concerned with survival, the kind of survival that leads people to stay with what they know, control their environment and protect their territory.
It’s related to our pasts and the first set of rules we were taught (by parents, school teachers, religious/cultural leaders), which offer a sense of belonging in childhood.
Astrologically, if you have a lot of earth or lack earth in your chart, you might find you are challenged with first chakra issues. In addition, if your Saturn is over-or under-developed, the same could be true.
Jupiter / second chakra
The Sanskrit name of the second chakra is Svadhisthana. In English it’s called the sacral or navel chakra. Its element is water and its planetary ruler is Jupiter. Physically it’s located in the lower abdomen between the navel and the genitals.
Both Jupiter and the second chakra are concerned with growth beyond established foundations. Once we have created a solid sense of security in the first chakra, we are challenged in the second chakra to explore beyond our usual territory. We feel a strong urge to connect with others so that we can learn about lives that are different from our own.
The second chakra and Jupiter are associated with sexuality and the pleasure principle. Our sexuality enables us to create new life beyond our original roots.
The Moon / chakras 1 & 2
The first two chakras are linked with the feminine elements of earth and water. These elements are passive and receptive, linked with the past and resistant to change. It’s ironic that the second chakra urges us to change while simultaneously resisting change.
The fiery nature of the planet Jupiter urges the individual forward but the water element itself keeps the individual in the past. The Moon is strongly connected with the water element and many traditions link the Moon with the second chakra.
S. Node / chakras 1 & 2
In addition to Moon issues, the second chakra also seems to be a reservoir of South Node memories. The North and South Nodes, although not planets, are powerful points within a horoscope. The South Node represents what our soul remembers, be it past lives or our family’s ancestral past. Astrologically, if you have a lot of water in your chart or little or no water, you might experience second chakra difficulties.
An under- or over-developed Jupiter, Moon and/or South Node can also indicate second chakra difficulties.
Mars, Sun / third chakra
Known as Manipura in Sanskrit and the solar plexus chakra in English, this chakra is connected to the fire element and ruled by the planet Mars. It’s located in the solar plexus area, which is just beneath where the lower ribs join in front of the spine.
Mars and the third chakra are related to willpower, action, energy and vitality. Our ability to pursue what we want is generated from this chakra. It relates to self expression, confidence and courage, and gives us the strength to take risks to become visible and effective as creative individuals.
Representing the creative expression of our life force, the Sun also corresponds to the third chakra. When we are strong within our Suns we shine from doing what we love. We offer vitality and light through sharing our gift or essence. Mars helps us express our Sun.
The masculine energy of the third chakra helps us move onward and upward from the first two feminine chakras. If you have a lot of fire or very little fire in your chart, the third chakra could be a focus.
Similarly if you have an over- or under-developed Mars or Sun, this chakra is emphasised.
Venus / fourth chakra
The fourth chakra has the Sanskrit name Anahata and is known in English as the heart chakra. Its element is air and its planet is Venus. Physically, it is found in the centre of the chest.
Venus and the heart chakra both relate to love, compassion, balance, peace, calm, forgiveness and connectedness. The heart chakra is at the centre of the body’s seven main chakras and acts as a bridge between the first three physical chakras, and the last three spiritual chakras. When we have our heart chakra in balance, we have a far greater chance of uniting the physical and spiritual aspects of ourselves.
The Indian symbol for the heart chakra contains a six-pointed star representing balanced and equal energy flow. The star is created from an overlapping of two symbolic pyramids. Visualise the top three chakras within an inverted pyramid, illustrating the descent of spiritual energy, and the bottom three chakras within an upright pyramid, representing the ascent of physical energy. These two pyramids overlap in the heart chakra once the spiritual energy has descended and the physical energy risen.
At first it might seem strange that the element air (associated with thought) relates to the heart chakra (associated with love). Yet air is fundamental to this chakra because it helps us express love with awareness. The love energy expressed without awareness can lead to addictive or self-sacrificing tendencies in connections with others. When love is combined with intelligence, balanced relationships are created, whether they be with a lover, a friend, a parent or a group. If your chart has a lot of air or too little air, you might have difficulties with the heart centre. If you have a strong or a weak Venus, the same is the case.
Chiron / fourth chakra
Some astrologers assign Chiron (a ‘Centaur’, first thought to be a small planet, discovered in 1977) to the heart centre as an additional ‘planet’ that helps bridge the gap between the physical and the spiritual. It comes between the orbit of Saturn (associated with the three physical chakras) and Uranus (associated with the three spiritual chakras).
Chiron is known as the ‘wounded healer’. Your Chiron zodiac sign indicates the wounds you have suffered and how to address them. If you have an over- or under-developed Chiron, this chakra is likely to be significant.
Mercury / fifth chakra
Called Visudda in Sanskrit and known as the throat chakra in English, the fifth chakra is ruled by Mercury and resonates to the element of sound. In the body, the throat chakra is located in the lower neck region.
Being the first of the spiritual chakras, the throat chakra’s element does not belong to the traditional physical four. Anodea Judith, a well-known author on the chakras, ascribes the elements ‘sound’, ‘thought’ and ‘light’ to the last three chakras, helpful associations to highlight their spiritual aspects.
Mercury and the fifth chakra both relate to communication and self-expression. When we use our voices we are expressing, on a vibrational level, our unique sound and adding it to the harmony or cacophony of sounds that vibrate around us everywhere. The power of the ‘tone’ or sound in our voice determines how people respond to our messages as much as, or more than, the words themselves.
The state of your Mercury will offer information on the challenges you face when expressing yourself.
Uranus / sixth Chakra
The third-eye chakra, known in Sanskrit as Ajna, is located at the centre of the forehead slightly above eye level and ruled by Uranus. Anodea Judith offers ‘light’ as its element, and ‘thought’ to the seventh chakra, but I prefer to assign ‘thought’ to chakra six.
Given that the outer planets are seen as transmitters of transpersonal energies, they resonate with the two head chakras, the most spiritual or otherworldly. The first outer planet Uranus relates to the higher mind. Both Uranus and the third eye are to do with the power of thought.
The ability to see clearly through exercising detachment relates to this chakra. It acts as a container for the myriad of images and thoughts that enter the human mind. Uranus helps us use the gift of sight to sort the dross from the valuable. Uranus and the third eye enable us to see on inner and outer levels and direct the thoughts and images we wish to use to manifest our realities.
If you have a dominant Uranus, or lots of Aquarius, you might be at risk of this chakra being awakened before you’ve learnt how to stabilise the lower chakras. If Uranus, or Aquarius, isn’t emphasised in your chart, this chakra is likely to strengthen naturally in its own time as you mature through each of the chakra developmental stages.
Neptune / 7th chakra
Neptune rules the seventh chakra, known as Sahasrara in Sanskrit and the crown chakra in English. It resonates to the element of light and is situated at the top of the head.
Neptune and the seventh chakra both relate to our spirituality; our connection to a divine source. They describe experiences of surrender, transcendence, devotion and faith. Through Neptune and the seventh chakra we experience being guided by an inner or outer higher force that seems connected to divine truths.
Being the least dense of all the elements discussed so far, the crown chakra is connected to light. Light vibrates on many different frequencies and the crown chakra acts as a kind of antennae for receiving the multidimensional experiences of light.
Like the sixth chakra, it’s difficult to deal with the energy of the seventh chakra if it is awakened before the chakras beneath it have been balanced. If you have a dominant Neptune, or lots of Pisces, you will need to balance the lower chakras in order to handle the strength of this chakra. If your Neptune, or Pisces energy, is relatively balanced the seventh chakra will awaken gradually as each of the other chakras develop.
N. Node / chakras 6 & 7
Earlier I discussed how the South Node is connected with chakras one and two and is related to past life or ancestral patterns that need to be remembered, released and transformed. Often these are the deep-seated seemingly fated soul lessons that occupy our attention throughout our lives.
In contrast the North Node represents our new soul lessons for this life.
What about Pluto?
My feeling is that Pluto relates to the sushumna and helps transform blocks in any of the chakras, but most particularly the second chakra, which is often the most afflicted in terms of unconscious wounding.
Yet the Pluto energy helps assist any of the chakras that are in a shadow state. Once all the chakras and the Ida and Pingala energies are flowing naturally, perhaps Pluto then represents the kundalini running along the sushumna. Pluto is often associated with the serpent, and kundalini is represented as a coiled serpent at the base of the spine that unfurls and ascends when the time is right.
If you have an over-developed Pluto or lots of Scorpio in your chart you might be at risk of becoming stuck in your shadow. Your journey is to become a master of shifting from dark to light, and often a good therapist can help with this. If you do not have an over-developed Pluto or Scorpio, your transformative energy, and therefore your kundalini, is likely to awaken as each chakra naturally develops.
~ Injoy
AKW⋮ Aɴᴄɪᴇɴᴛ Kɴᴏᴡʟᴇᴅɢᴇ ᴀɴᴅ Wɪsᴅᴏᴍ


05/07/2014
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