Before you Start…
Be sure to watch this short welcome video before you start the video series. It’s short, sweet and gives a few helpful tips to make the most of the Hara, Chakra, & Core Star Videos. The “How to Align Your Hara Video” is below on the page.
What is Hara?
If you are familiar with martial arts, you may already be familiar with the hara. If you google the word “hara’, you will get a multitude of results with the theme that Hara is related to Chi/energy/prana. Today, I am sharing with you the interpretation of the hara line that I have been taught through the Barbara Brennan School of Healing. The Hara is the dimension of intention within ourselves. When our hara is aligned, our intentions are stronger. If we align our hara, it influences our chakras and auric field around us. If you look at athletes, it is very easy to see hara. The photo above with the man getting a perfect shot, the ballerina, high divers, & gymnasts have very clear hara lines.
How to Align your Hara
The Anatomy of the Hara
There are 3 components to the Hara:
1. The Tan tien (pronounced dandien) is in the lower abdomen. Barbara Brennan’s guide Heyoan said that, “It is the one note with which you have drawn up your physical body from your mother the earth. Without the one note, you would not have a body” (p. 288, Light Emerging).
2. The Soul Seat is in the upper chest. This is related to our spiritual longing in our life.
3. The ID Point is a short form for the Individuation Point. It is approximately 3.5 feet about your head. It connects out into the universe.
A line connects all of these points from the centre of the earth to the depths of the universe.
Benefits of Aligning your Hara
When the hara is aligned you can feel power, purpose, centredness, clarity, integrity and flow. Things can happen easily in your life with little effort. If you’re feeling indecisive, unsure, or stuck in areas of your life,this can be a powerful boost.
Want to learn more?
I have given you a very brief overview of the hara. If you’re interested in learning more, I highly recommend the book Light Emerging by Barbara Brennan. Chapter 17: Our Intentionality and the Hara Dimension goes into great detail about the hara line.
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Hope you enjoyed the video!