Traumas in the 9 Centers
We have all heard about the shadow part of the open centers and how this can cause us long-term traumas. However, more and more I am observing how people are having traumas in their defined centers as well. For example, people with defined emotions may have a hard time expressing what they feel. Defined egos could feel like they have no value or worth. This is because we are all dealing with the same energy, some create this energy others just multiply it.
When you have a definition you are the one that creates this energy and when you are open you just receive and increase it. So if you have a friend with a defined solar plexus and you have an open one. What will happen if you spend a lot of time together, even sleep together? If you haven’t worked on your not-self themes you will most likely take in and multiply the emotional intensity he has. Even more, if he has a hard time connecting with his emotions you will feel that inadequacy even more inside of you either as supper suppression or hipper expression.
Trauma manifests itself as certain behaviors or patterns that we develop over time. These trauma masks we carry are formed to keep us safe from the wound beneath. Here we will point out some of the trauma behaviors that could be formed in the 9 centers.
Traumas in the Spleen
The trauma in the spleen is connected with our well-being, health, and DNA. If we have trauma in this center it can manifest as:
- Holding on to unhealthy relationships or bad habits.
- Not being able to let go;
- Having strong fears;
- Being rigid and stagnant;
- Not feeling a sense of well-being;
- Feeling unprotected and scared;
The Fears of the gates in the Spleen center are:
Gate 48 – The fear of being inadequate;
Gate 57 – The fear of the unknown and the future;
Gate 44 – The fear of the past repeating itself;
Gate 50 – The fear of being a failure;
Gate 32 – The fear of failing;
Gate 28 – The fear of life being meaningless;
Gate 18 – The fear of not being perfect;
Traumas in the Ego
The trauma of the ego is seen in our self-esteem and worth. it represents itself as:
- Trying to prove yourself;
- Saying “Yes” without actually wanting to;
- Scared of staying true to your own convictions;
- Not having boundaries;
- Being a show-off person or too shy;
The Fears of the gates in the Ego:
Gate 21 – The fear of being controlled;
Gate 51 – The fear of agitating others;
Gate 26 – The fear of being Arrogant or Proud;
Gate 40 – The fear of being exhausted or running out of motivation.
Traumas in the Solar Plexus
The trauma of the emotional center is connected with our honesty and emotions. Do we have emotional intelligence or not? If you have a trauma in this center it can manifest as:
- Fear of emotions;
- Suppressing feelings;
- Hiding your true feelings because you are scared of what will happen if you share them;
- Lying to spare other people feelings;
- Scared to speak about your emotions;
- Not saying right away how you feel;
- Not knowing your desires;
- Having a lack of passion about life;
- Emotional numbness;
Fears of the gates in the Emotional center:
Gate 36 – The fear of creating disharmony;
Gate 22 – The fear of being overly dramatic;
Gate 37 – The fear of being weak;
Gate 6 – The fear of creating a conflict;
Gate 49 – The fear of overreacting;
Gate 55 – The fear of becoming the victim;
Gate 30 – The fear of your own desires;
Traumas in the Sacral
The trauma in the sacral center is connected with the joy and satisfaction of life, and how well we know when enough is enough. If we have trauma in this center it can manifest as:
- Burnout and hyper exhaustion;
- Not knowing when to stop eating, having too much sex, or any other satisfactory activity;
- Not making yourself feel comfortable and nice (wearing uncomfortable shoes, clothes, or simply not enjoying life);
- Lacking satisfaction from life;
Traumas in the Root
The trauma in the root center is connected with anxiety. If you are in a constant rush and lack patience you are most probably experiencing trauma in this center. It will be manifested as:
- Not having positive adrenaline from living;
- Being too stressed;
- Doing things too fast without enjoying them;
- Being stuck in your life;
- Not having a drive for anything;
- Depression and stagnation (the cure is new experiences that make you move both physically and mentally – sports and activities)
- Tasks make you anxious rather than energized or happy;
Traumas in the G-center
The trauma in the G-center is connected with our sense of direction and love. It can manifest as:
- Fear of casual chit-chat conversations with strangers;
- Not asking for guidance or assistance;
- Feeling lost and searching for love
- Trying to find who you are;
- The cure is to start receiving and asking for guidance from your environment. It could be indirectly through the messages of the universe or directly through people that you meet.
Traumas in the Throat
Throat trauma is about our ability to speak and express our thoughts, emotions, instincts, or love. You have this trauma if you:
- Hold back your words;
- Fear self-expression;
- Need validation for your presence and words;
- Feeling inadequate when you speak;
- Searching for attention when you do speak.
- Want everyone around you to be actively listening to you.
Traumas in the Ajna
The Trauma in the Ajna is about our beliefs and how open we are to changing them. You can have this trauma if you:
- Hold on to unhealthy beliefs that make you rigid;
- Are not able to perceive other people points of view;
- Try to convince others that your way is the correct way;
- Fighting to prove you are right.
Traumas in the Head
The head trauma is rooted in our thoughts. If you have a trauma in this center it will be manifested as:
- Envisioning bad scenarios and thinking about unpleasant outcomes. This could be intentionally reversed to positive scenarios and beautiful pictures.
- Thinking too much about things that don’t matter either past, present, or future.
- Trying to find the answers and not letting the environment around you give them to you.
Author: Lilly Markova