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Chakras of strong will: Ajna and Manipura

Only two chakras are in charge of human will, these are Ajna – head, and Manipura – prelum (a man has told, a man has done).

Manipura is in charge of active will that is actions in present time. It implies such qualities as fearlessness in judgment, firmness in viewpoint (either “yes” or “no”), ability to defend personal opinion, unambiguity of judgments, notions of good and evil, maximalism.

You can tie manipura – prelum zone with red color, color of activity, energy and workability. Ancient Indians associated this chakra with such animal as Ram (vahana), probably as this zone has such peculiar features as persistence and straightness. Such chakra in mental body has such a peculiar notion as social intellect. It is such type of thinking when logic is in the second place and a leading quality is the ability to forecast social, economic and political changes, so to say “sixth feeling”. An individual knows that it will be so but how he knows, he does not understand. He knows where and when he needs to come and he does come when it is needed. He can not answer the questions how he does this, how he can feel this. It is difficult for him to explain his subordinates how they should act but himself he can act in a right way. Communicating to such people it is better to show everything on personal example than to explain how and why he should do something. They are practricians and they esteem real actions. It is much more important for them “to have a bird in the hand”. Such notions are peculiar for manipura as good or evil, friend or enemy, yes or no. 

Ajna is in charge of logical approach to a situation, motivations and other mental constructions, its activity is directed to the future and the past (analysis of the mistakes made in the past and future possibilities and probabilities); planning and constructing, logical considering of the probabilities, comparing, inventing personal concepts, possible judgments, percentage correlations. In India this chakra was associated with a bird, with flight. Aloofness or detachment from the situation is peculiar to this chakra, observing the situation from third person position, a person with a leading ajna often uses in conversation “to work on oneself “, “to look from the outside”, etc. They often use such words as “I need”, “I must”, “I am obliged to do”. With a leading ajna a person is more a strategist than a tactician. People with this leading zone always have a desire to explain everything not only themselves but also to everybody.

If this person has a leading zone ajna so he should at first understand what he needs to do and why otherwise everything will be senseless. In spite of the previous example in this case it is important to clear up if an interlocutor has understood what he is expected to do.

So, one chakra has a lot of firmness and activeness but lacks consciousness, understanding and ability to explain in details. Another chakra understands and knows everything but acts with great efforts. Their combination results in such key principles as “to know and to be able”, “to do and to understand”. Or – “to do what you know and to know what you do”.

A good example is a photo – an argument of two people. A military man has leading chakras ajna and manipura, a civil man has manipura and ajna. A military man spread his arm with his index finger (ajna), and a bend backwards in the prelum zone; a civil man is with his head foreword and prelum foreword, his hand foreword and sets against the prelum of a military (manipura).

Chakras of strong will: Ajna and Manipura

In case of interaction of “will chakras” with different capacity a stronger/developed one takes up the energy potential from a weaker chakra and it becomes twice weaker as a result. The interaction system of will chakras (manipura and ajna) looks like communicating vessels and if one of two will zone is stronger it starts to take up the energy from another. So, if a man has stronger head zone it, automatically, pumps up the energy of prelum zone (and vice versa).
It can remind a situation when a hyper-market opens up near a small shop, this small shop smashes up as a result. This mechanism is seen inside a human being and in relations between human beings as well. If a man has well developed muladhara and weak vishudha than he will try to solve all the problems with the help of muladhara but by the expenses of throat zone. Such person can for example make solid and firm stools instead of elegant chairs with winding legs. Though it will be not so beautiful but it will serve for ages!
With well developed throat zone, zone of tailbone suffers. Such person is disposed to create beautiful and exquisite things instead of simple and efficient. For example he can make a unique, unusual chandelier; it fills a lot of space but does not lighten a room. “Better is the enemy of the best” – they say about such people who tend to be in art.
Groin zone suffers with highly developed head zone: over control of one’s spontaneous reactions and in the result – a lot of prohibitions. (“what will others think about me?” “What will be then?” “Maybe I should act in another way?”, etc.).
Head zone suffers with well developed svadhistana – groin zone: pleasure is above all. They say about such people that they have no complexes up to impudence.
Prelum zone suffers with well developed anahata – heart zone: interpersonal relations are above personal benefits and interests.
Heart zone suffers with well developed manipura – prelum zone. Their motto is “Winning at any cost!”

Variants of chakras’ interaction

If two people meet (one is with developed manipura, another is with developed ajna), so usually the first one (a business man) starts to work twice hard and the second (a smart man) think twice more. If couples meet where one has developed throat zone and another is with tailbone, so the one with leading vishudha creates and his partner finishes the work, finishes plans to the end.
If one of the partners has stronger manipura so he takes the responsibility of what is happening while another one shows his carelessness and irresponsibility. This situation can be often met in families. Initiators can be both parents (one avoids responsibilities, another takes extra responsibilities). If everybody is satisfied with such situation, so there is no problem and everything is OK. But usually such symbiotic type (complementary) of relations leads to conflicts in some time. If in a couple a husband has strong manipura and a wife has developed vishudha than they delegate to each other the energy of their weak zone and for some period of time they live in harmony. But some time later problems appear as a couple has not developed and the partners were hiding their flows by the each other’s merits. Basically a sense of this union vanishes and the nature does not appreciate this couple with the feeling of happiness.