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The Auric Endocrine - Chakra System
The Auric Endocrine - Chakra System is the direct interface between our Light Body and our Physical Body.
Light energies from the Universe enter our body through the Chakra System, connecting directly with our Endocrine Glands.
Although the placement of the glands are not always exactly positioned where their associated chakras are located, their interdependence is hard to overlook.
Here are the glands traditionally associated with the Chakras:
(7) The Crown Chakra interfaces with the Pineal Gland, which among other functions produces melatonin which modulates sleep patterns ;
(6) The Third Eye Chakra interfaces with the Pituitary Gland which produces many hormones that get released into the blood stream, some of which regulate growth, metabolism and body composition.;
(5) The Throat Chakra interfaces with the Thyroid Gland, which among other things releases Thyroid hormones which play a major role in the metabolism, growth and development of the human body;
(4) The Heart Chakra interfaces with the Thymus Gland, which among other functions, trains and develops extremely important types of white blood cells which help the immune system protect the body against both infectious disease and foreign invaders;
(3) The Solar Plexus Chakra interfaces with the Pancreas, which among other functions, converts the food we eat into fuel for the body's cells, helps in digestion and regulates blood sugar;
(2) The Belly Chakra interfaces with the Reproductive Glands (ie; the Ovaries, some say the Testes as well);
(1) The Root Chakra interfaces with the Adrenal Glands (some say the Testes as well) Although the Adrenal Glands are not really in close proximity to the Root Chakra, their fight-or-flight functions seems to connect directly. The Adreanal Glands have many functions, including producing hormones that help control blood sugar, burn protein and fat, help fight major illness or injury, and regulate blood pressure.