The portals of earth, inner and outer, are now opening. Humans may feel the effects of this vibrational change in their physical, mental, and spiritual being. The chakra system is also changing and vibrating at a faster speed. This new energy will make us feel out of sync with friends, family and our surroundings. The shift has a domino sequence in our solar system and other planets. As we change and remove the spiritually imposed energy prisons, we open and send with our intentions a fresh wave of energy. This is the 5 D template of love. The old blueprint of materialism, competitiveness, greed and fear will be replaced, not all beings will want to remove the old imprints, and some may hold on to this with such passion that it will turn to anger and aggression to those that are making the shift.
Ley lines are another New Age concept that suggests the existence of a network of hypothetical energy lines that criss-cross the Earth. According to this belief, these ley lines can connect various sacred sites and have spiritual significance, similar to Earth chakras.
The concept of ley lines was popularised by Alfred Watkins in the 1920s, who suggested that ancient people used these lines as a means of navigation. However, the idea of ley lines as energetic pathways connecting sacred sites was popularised in the 1960s and 70s by authors like John Michell and Paul Devereux.
While some people believe that ley lines are real and that they can be tapped into for spiritual purposes or used for dowsing or other practices, there is no scientific evidence to support their existence. Many scientists and geologists consider ley lines to be pseudoscientific and unfounded in reality.
In conclusion, while beliefs about ley lines and Earth chakras may hold spiritual or cultural significance for some, they should be approached with caution and critical thinking.
The earth is a breathing organism and ley lines and chakras are the meridians of the planet, while the chakras are the vortex of energy supporting life on earth.
The concept of “Earth chakras” is a New Age belief that certain locations around the world are energetically significant and correspond to the seven chakras of the human body. Although mainstream science does not agree, some people believe that these places can be visited and used to promote spiritual healing.
There are different interpretations of which locations correspond to which chakras, but some of the commonly cited ones are:
Mount Shasta, California - Root chakra
Lake Titicaca, Peru/Bolivia - Sacral chakra
Uluru-Kata Tjuta, Australia - Solar plexus chakra
Glastonbury, England - Heart chakra
The Great Pyramid, Egypt - Throat chakra
Kuh-e Malek Siah, Iran - Third eye chakra
Mount Kailash, Tibet - Crown chakra
Again, it’s important to note that this belief is not supported by scientific evidence, and its validity is disputed by many.