The Five Elements In The Seven Vortexes
What are the five elements in relationship with the Seven Vortexes? The first four elements are earth, water, fire, and air. The four elements are in sync with the four seasons. Earth is spring, fire is summer, air is autumn, and water is winter. The four elements are also present with the twelve sidereal zodiacs. The fifth element is the ether/spirit. I am going from the bottom to the top (starting with Vortex G). All of the Seven Vortexes can be activated through diligent use of the Five Tibetan Rites.
Vortex G and Vortex F are located in each knee (Vortex F on right; Vortex G on left). Because both of these vortexes are the lowest points of the seven, they are the Earth Vortexes. They are both ruled by Saturn.
Vortex E is located in the sexual reproduction system. Vortex E is the Water Vortex. Did you know that “la mar” is Spanish for the sea? Hence, Mars rules Scorpius and The Female Warrior. Vortex E is directly connected to Vortex C. Vortex E is also the place for Jing, one of the three Treasures in Chinese Medicine; jing is translated accurately as essence. Jing can also be sperm, semen, ovum, or seed. The Sixth Tibetan Rite is known to transmute jing upwards for spiritual purposes and to turn to humans into superhumans. This is the Tibetan alternate against losing sexual energy through emissions or masturbation.
Vortex D is located on the right side of the body where the liver resides. The Sun rules the liver; during the Solar Crossing of the Huntress, the liver energy is excessively strong, and outbursts of anger is frequent. Hence, Vortex D is the Fire Vortex.
Vortex C is located at the base of the throat. The throat is the ruler of communication; hence, the planet is Mercury. As a result, Vortex C is the Air Vortex. What about Vortex B and Vortex A?
Vortex B is located at the posterior part of the head, and Vortex A is located right at the front of the forehead. Opening Vortex A allows you to see and feel energy; this is known as Energy Seeing. Both are ruled by Jupiter and Moon. They are ruled by the ether/spirit.
Bonus “The Five Elements In The Seven Vortexes” #1: Ki Vortex
Where is the Ki Vortex? The songs of fire and water say everything. Where fire and water opposition meets and connects is the Ki Vortex. In other words, the Ki Vortex is located between Vortex D and Vortex E. Another name for the Ki Vortex is the Dan Tien in Chinese, where the chi resides. Ki, or Qi, is one of the Three Treasures in Chinese Medicine. Both fire and water must be balanced in order to draw Ki from the Dan Tien. Do not masturbate.
Bonus “The Five Elements In The Seven Vortexes” #2: Heart Vortex
Where is the Heart Vortex? Simply, the Heart Vortex is between Vortex C and Vortex D. The heart unifies both male (6) and female (9) energies, and it is considered as a neutral organ. The Heart Vortex is ruled by Venus and the number 8. Finding and balancing your heart allows you obtain balance and inner peace. Be gray-hearted.
Bonus “Five Elements In The Seven Vortexes” #3: Shen Vortex
What is the Shen Vortex? Shen is Chinese for Spirit and is one of the Three Treasures. Where is the Shen Vortex? Simply, the Shen Vortex is located right between Vortex A and Vortex B. The Shen Vortex is the seat of the soul and where your soul lives in your body. The soul has more than five senses which are immeasurably amplified. A soul is both male (96) and female (99); all added via Pythagoras Reduction equals 33. A soul would appear as a silver-ish (25 percent gray) etheric ball and can shapeshift into any form. A soul is both physical and spiritual. A soul can detect and see any energy. A soul can also speak through telepathy and vibration.
Bonus “Five Elements In the Seven Vortexes” #4: Touching Earth and Cosmos
As above, so below. The Earth is always at the bottom. Then we progress upwards to a river, lake, ocean, or any bodies of water. The surface is where water and fire meet. The fire burns and lifts smoke upwards. There we meet the sky, or the power of air. Beyond the skies is the Cosmos, or space.
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