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Newsletter #53                                                  Sep 2016
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Head, Heart, & Hara
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Cyndi Dale
The Subtle Body & The Subtle Body Practice Manual
Theron Q. Dumont
The Solar Plexus or Abdominal Brain
Donna Eden
Energy Medicine & The Energy Medicine Kit
Elizabeth B. Jenkins
The 4th Level
Christopher J. Markert
 Dan-Tien: Your Secret Energy Center
Joan Parisi Wilcox
Masters of the Living Energy
Peter Wilberg
Head, Heart & Hara: The Soul Centers of West and East
All perceiving is also thinking, all reasoning is also intuition, all observation is also invention.
-Rudolf Arnheim
Cease trying to work everything out with your minds. It will get you nowhere. Live by intuition and inspiration and let your whole life be revelation.
-Eileen Caddy
Change your mind and your life will follow.
-Karen Casey
A dream is a wish your heart makes.
-Cinderella Movie
Wheresoever you go, go with all your heart.
Not all those who know their minds know their hearts as well.
-Francois Duc de la Rouchefuocauld
To hear wisdom you need only ask your heart what it wants most.
You have to master not only the art of listening to your head, you must also master listening to your heart and listening to your gut.
-Carly Fiorina
I think your only salvation is in finding yourself, and you will never find yourself unless you quit preconceiving what you will be when you have found yourself. Take your head off your heart.
-Robert Henri
If my mind can conceive it and my heart can believe it, I know I can achieve it.
-Jesse Jackson
Your vision will become clear when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside awakens.
-Carl Jung
The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.
-Helen Keller
Intuition is seeing with the soul.
-Dean Koontz
Seek with the Soul. See with the Heart.
A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination. -Nelson Mandela
I had lost my mind and fallen into my heart.
Dan Millman
Seek and embrace knowledge and advice but trust your gut feeling.
-Kemmy Nola
It is through science that we prove, but through intuition that we discover.
-Henri Poincare
All the soarings of my mind begin in my blood.
-Rainer Maria Rilke
It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye.
-Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
The answer is in your heart. You can always hear it, if you listen for it.
-Elizabeth George Speare
Stay still, be quiet, and listen to your heart. Then, when it speaks, get up and go where it takes you.
-Susanna Tamaro
To unlock your soul, use your heart.
-Lane Therrell
It is a long, long way if you listen to your mind. It is a short, short way if you listen to your heart.
-Mirko Udzenija
The Heart gives us Feeling, the Soul gives us Knowing.
Trust your gut feeling and intuitions, for your body knows you better than anyone.
I put my heart and my soul into my work, and have lost my mind in the process.
-Vincent Van Gogh
Life can be seen through your eyes, but it is not fully appreciated until it is seen through your heart.
-Mother Mary Xavier
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Head, Heart, & Hara
The human has three primary soul centers, which are also energy centers or centers of awareness. These are the head, heart, and hara.
The United States constitution provided a checks and balance system by forming three branches of government: legislative, executive, judicial. This was done so that there would be no possibility of an autocrat ruling the country. So, too, do we have an internal checks and balance system within us. They are the head, heart, and hara.
Most often we rely on the head to legislate what actions to take. We rely on the heart to execute those actions because without passion, we would not take action. And we rely on the hara to provide judgment on our action as it sends physical signals from the body as feedback on our actions. Ever feel butterflies, queasiness, or irritable bowel symptoms? These are all emotions generated from our gut.
By tapping into all three centers of awareness, we provide the best possible support to ourselves especially in the decision making process. When all three centers are balanced, our intuition works at its highest potential.
How many times can you remember someone telling you to pay attention and think it through (focus with your head), or to follow your heart, or to rely on our gut instinct? The highest level of awareness requires us to access all three centers equally.

When we find concepts that exist in multiple cultures, especially those that date back hundreds or thousands of years, it gives added validity to the truth of the concept.
A poem called “The Cauldron of Poesy”, written in the 15th century by Amergin and to Nede Mac Adne, identified three centers of the soul, called cauldrons. These three cauldrons were incorporated into the cosmology of Celtic Druidry. The three cauldrons are:
Cauldron of Knowledge (Coire Sois) – Located in the head, this is the source of the highest spiritual and artistic inspirations. At birth it is in the inverted position. If a person becomes spiritually enlightened, it turns to the upright position.
Cauldron of Motion or Vocation (Coire Ernma) – Located in the heart, this is the source of vision work, and skill. If a person has no gifts or skills, it is inverted. If a person becomes aware of their skills, it is tipped on its side. If a person becomes trained in a skill and is enlightened, it turns to the upright position.
Cauldron of Warming (Coire Goiriath) - Located in the belly, this is the source of physical and constitutional health and strength. At birth it is upright in all people and stays upright throughout life with the potential to be fully filled.
In the upright position, the Cauldrons are capable of holding much more knowledge and wisdom. The Cauldron of Vocation and the Cauldron of Knowledge can be turned by either sorrow or joy. There are four forms of sorrow that occur within a person: longing, grief, jealousy, and hard travel. There are two forms of joy: divine joy and human joy. Human joy has four forms: marriage or sexual delight; good health; vocational prosperity; and success in effort. Divine joy has two forms: delight in the blessings of the Gods/Goddesses and eating at the Well of Wisdom.

When we use the term “head”, we are really referring to a few piece parts. The head includes the mind, which represents logic. The head also houses the sixth and seventh chakras. The head is also the home of the Third Eye. The Third Eye has been called by various names throughout history, including the “Inner Eye,” “Mind’s Eye,” “Eye of the Soul,” and “Eye of Reason.” Almost all Hindu gods and goddesses, as well as many humans, wear a bindi between their eyebrows, which is a physical representation of the Third Eye. Even the single horn of the unicorn represents the Third Eye and was adopted as a symbol of an illumined spiritual nature. When you are able to see with the 3rd Eye, you feel expanded perceptual abilities, increased sensitivity, increased sense of peace, and a higher consciousness.
The head is also the home of the pineal gland. The pineal gland is a pea-sized gland located between the cerebral hemispheres in the brain. The pineal gland got its name because it looks like a tiny pine cone. It has several functions but most importantly it is known as our spiritual or intuitive center.
Here is a process you can use to stimulate or activate your pineal gland:
  • With your eyes closed, stare at the tip of your nose, then raise your gaze to the Third Eye.
  • Visualize the opening and clearing of your pineal gland.
  • Tap your Third Eye three times to inform and seal.
  • Avoid fluoride, which is believed to calcify the pineal gland.
When we use the term “heart”, we are referring not only to the fourth chakra but there is an energetic center called the “assemblage point” in the chest area.
The assemblage point is the primary place that the energy body connects to the physical body. The assemblage points is in the center of the chest at the nipple line and the ideal entry angle is 90 degrees, or perpendicular, to the body. The assemblage points is about a quarter to a half inch in diameter.
To find your assemblage points, stand up and look straight ahead. Use the tip of your index finger of your left hand to press firmly into the tissue in a four inch circle in the center of your chest. You'll know you've found your assemblage points because it will likely be very tender or painful.
The position of the assemblage points affects our physical and psychological health. When it is correctly aligned we are positive, happy, and healthy. When the AP is out of alignment we are anxious, depressed, lack energy, or are unwell.
If the assemblage points is out of alignment, it can be shifted back to its optimal position. If you feel that your assemblage points is off, find an energy medicine practitioner who is trained in relocating assemblage points.
Carlos Castaneda believed the assemblage points was a shaman's portal to "the place of silent knowledge". Shamans shift their assemblage points in order to perceive different worlds where they can gather power to solve problems.
When we use the term “hara”, we are referring not only to the second and third chakras but there is an energetic center in the belly area. Eastern culture has specific terms for the concept of the third awareness center called the “hara” or “dantian”.
Hara is a Japanese word that means “sea of energy”. In Chinese, the name for the hara is “dantian”, which means “elixir field” or “energy center”. The Sufis call it the “Kath”.
The Hara is the center of the energy body. It can be in slightly different places for different people. It is approximately 1½ to 3 thumb widths below the navel and about 2 thumb widths inward from the skin. There are three acupuncture points at the Hara: the Gate of Origin, and the Sea of Qi, and the Stone Gate.
The hara should be soft and relaxed above the navel but full and firm below it. For most beginners, the hara starts out big, about the size of a baseball or basketball, but as a person learns to consolidate energy, it gets smaller. The health and power of the hara can be increased through: meditation, visualization, breathing techniques, tantra, martial arts, shiatsu, yoga, acupuncture, and QiGong.
“Soma-psychology allows us to distinguish three distinct levels of human communication. Soul and spirit, divided into three distinct spheres: a mind sphere with a verbal thought skin as its surface, a body sphere bounded by our sensory and emotional skin, and an inner soul sphere of our overall soul and spirit. These three spheres also correspond to the three main centers of awareness in the body, the head, heart and hara.” -Peter Wilberg
We actually do have a second brain in our gut. It is called the entreric nervous system, which governs the gastrointestinal system. The enteric nervous system can operate autonomously from the central nervous system and has the same neuropeptides found in the brain. More than 90% of the body's serotonin and 50% of the body's dopamine are in the gut. The second brain can inform our state of mind through physiological signals, such as “butterflies”.
As a fetus, we were fed nutrients through the navel. After birth, we feed on energy through the naval. In Inka cosmology, the spiritual stomach is called the “qos’qo”. It is the central receptor of living energy in our body. Through the "belly eye" we connect directly to the energy of Earth. Thus, we have an energetic umbilical cord that maintains our connection with Mother Earth.
You can locate the qos’qo by feeling it with your hand. You can also open or close it at will. Learning to use the qos’qo is an important part of mastering your energy body. As a master, you know how to cleanse the hucha (heavy, dense energy that does not serve you) from your energy bubble, called a “poq’po”. A master can also eat and digest heavy energy (called “hucha mikhuy”); perform saminchukuy, which is a process of pulling in sami (light, refined energy) through the crown chakra to the poq’po; and perform saiwachakuy, which is a process of pulling earth energy through the base chakra to the poq’po.

Most of us are much more familiar with accessing the head and heart for decision making. However, in Western culture, we are not as familiar with acknowledging the hara. If we don’t access the triad of head, heart, and hara, then we aren’t using the full range of our capacities. The head brings logic, organization, and planning skills to the table. The heart brings emotion, passion, compassion, and love to the table. And the hara brings instinct, intuition, and action to the table.

When you are processing any issue or question, call your head to stand front and center in your consciousness. Ask your head what it has to say. Write the answer down on paper. Then thank and release your head. Next call your heart to stand front and center in your consciousness. Ask it what it has to say. Write the answer down on paper. Thank and release your heart. Last, call in your hara to stand front and center in your consciousness. Ask it what is has to say. Write that answer down on paper. Thank and release your hara. Now review what all three said. If there is a decision to be made, there can’t be a tie within a triad. You will know how you really feel about the issue if you agree with the three or if you disagree with the three. And remember, there is also your Higher Self that can be consulted. But that is the subject of another article.
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