Location: Above The Navel, Below The Chest
Functions: Vitalizes the sympathetic system. Digestive processes, Metabolism, Emotions.
Glands/Organs: Pancreas, Adrenals, Stomach, Liver, Gallbladder, Nervous System, Muscles.
Crystals/Gems: Citrine, Gold Topaz, Amber, Tiger Eye, Gold Calcite, Gold.
Foods: Starches, Yellow Fruits And Vegetables,
Qualities/Lessons: Will, Personal Power, Authority, Energy, Mastery Of desire, Self-control,
Radiance, Warmth, Awakening, Transformation, Humor, Laughter, Immortality.
Negative Qualities: Taking in more than one can assimilate and utilize. Too much emphasis on power and/or recognition, Anger, Fear, Hate, Digestive Problems.
The Solar Plexus chakra is the place that your gut instinct comes from along with the heart chakra. If the solar plexus is off thin the gut is off and the mind takes over. This chakra is a great place to start working on self-mastery and discovery. All desires of life can be mastered here and transformed into a positive energy force. For example, the desire for control is a nasty force of energy emotions that comes from feeling that your life will spiral into destruction without it. There are many ways this can develop or sources. One prime place or source may be from childhood and always being treated like you can always do better thin you already have. Win this is dun and the quality of the task completed is disregarded to only see the lack. It creates a feeling of inadequacy. This has been known to block the Solar plexus as well as some of the other chakras. It is my opinion that if treated with positive reinforcement instead of negative. This would have the opposite effect on the solar plexus. The complexities of the emotions can block or unblock the different chakras. So spiritual healing your inner-self is imperative to any success in life. Eating yellow fruits and vegetables along with meditation and a spiritual adviser you to guide you. You can find the best way for you to unlock and balance your Solar Plexus Chakra.
With Love, Healing Energy, Light, and wisdom
Rev. Adam Lee Stoudt