How Does The Second Chakra Affect You, Society, And History
How does the second chakra affect you and your relationship within society or society itself? The second chakra allows us to tune into feelings within a society. The second chakra represents our transition from a survival-based hunter-gatherer culture to co-existence within groups, Society. These Societies live together and support one another by growing food and raising animals. To live in a Society and co-operate requires an understanding of how we feel about a situation, as well as how others are feeling. This ability of clear feeling or clairsentience is located in the second chakra, the sacral chakra.
Second Chakra Traditions Give A Sense Of Belonging To The Group.
The second chakra governs emotions and sexuality. As these co-operative groups of humans developed into a regional society and even countries then specific cultures developed as well as social customs and traditions. Each evolved its own distinct second chakra rituals focused on emotional and sexual events such as mating, conception, marriage, and birth; as well as beliefs about emotions and sexuality.
Second Chakra Celebrations Involve Food
The second chakra being the chakra of sexuality also relates to taste, eating and digestion, and other cultural norms. As anybody knows any good celebration also involves good food! So different cultures have developed different rituals around eating which often take place around society celebrations. These may even extend into religious celebrations with food,
Different Groups Have Developed Their Own Traditions And International Food Traditions
Even today, we acknowledge that different cultural groups have different traditions around food and their own beliefs about emotions and sexuality. There are food rituals in religion. For example, Jews and Muslims don’t eat pork and Hindus don’t eat beef, whereas Christians supposedly are to eat fish on a Friday. There are also traditional foods from around the world. Italians eat pizza and pasta and Indians eat rice and curry. These are just examples used for explanation and I am not trying to stereotype anyone.
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Different Cultures Have Developed Their Own Beliefs On Emotions And Sexuality
Even today, we acknowledge that different cultural groups have different behaviors and beliefs about emotions and sexuality. We say that Latinos are passionate and fiery, but the Japanese are a bit emotionally un-reactive.
Cultural Stereotypes Are Based On Matching Second Chakra Energy Frequencies
While comedians base jokes on these cultural stereotypes, it’s perhaps not politically correct these days to mention them. Yet energetically there are different norms in society and cultural signatures that have built up over generations. They are based in history and in groups that live together matching energy on a second chakra level.
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