How To Attract Harmony and Happiness Into Your Life
Have you ever looked at a Yoga teacher or Reiki healer and thought – “Wow how do they always look so serene and yet happy at the same time?”
Well, it’s pretty much a by-product of when you spend time helping energy to flow through your meridians and indulging in meditation.
Working with your Hara energy centre is one of my favourite methods of bringing harmony and happiness into my life!
WHAT IS YOUR HARA?
A Hara is an energy centre or sphere that exist within our subtle bodies. There are 3 main haras that work with connecting us with our true intention. In other words, our true nature, and our true reason for existing right here, right now.
They allow us to create awareness of our real goals, or our original intention, and the awareness of the means for realizing our intention in material reality.
They are derived from sound, more specifically, one note. The lower hara comes from the same harmonic sound as that of the earth’s core, giving us the ability to physically manifest in the same way that Mother Earth has physically manifested.
HOW DO THE HARAS FIT INTO THE ENERGETIC BLUEPRINT THAT MAKE US?
Apart from a physical body, we are constructed of three levels of subtle bodies:
- Level of human energy field (aura and chakras)
- Level of intention (hara level)
- Core star level
Surrounding our physical body is our aura. An energetic egg-shaped dome that surrounds us. The aura is made up of seven individual fields that contain the different vibrational mental and emotional patterns that helps us to connect to our spiritual world.
Within our physical body, we have 7 chakra energy centres. These act as a centre of communication between our auric and physical fields. They are connected by meridians, or energetic lines.
At a deeper dimensional level, we have our hara system, contained within our second level – The Level Of Intention.
According to Humanity Healing: “Chakras connect energy within the body and haras connect our subtle energy bodies to the divine”
WHY WORK ON THE HARA ENERGY CENTRES?
The word “Hara” literally means stomach, or abdomen but from an energetic point of view the hara is referred to as the “Source of Life.” It refers to the quality of having strength, energy and focused power within.
When people speak about the Hara, it is most commonly the Lower Hara located in the abdomen that is being referred to, but there are two other haras, namely the middle and upper hara, located in the heart and the head.
By linking and balancing all three haras helps to create unity and balance. It allows you to live in divine accordance with your life’s purpose. You will feel healthy and understand your personal power.
You will feel more connected to your personal purpose because you will be aligned with universal consciousness. You begin to experience more days that remain “in the flow” and you’ll find it easier to attract what you want into your life.
By focusing selfishly only on “me” and “I” where everything is always about you, then you become a prisoner in the “I” world. A victim that exists in a lonely and miserable world without depth.
But if you take your awareness into the hara, you become aware of so much more, something larger than just the “I” and you begin to participate in something more profound, your true form.
“It is the great error of Western philosophers that they always regard the human body intellectually, from the outside, as though it were not indissolubly a part of the active self” – Sato Tsuji (Japanese Philosopher)
THE 3 HARA CENTRES
Even though there are 3 centres, they have a back and front side to them which each play a different role. The front of the hara centres focus on accumulating energy to use for various functions (for example, giving a healing) and the back of the hara focus on focus on accumulating energy for correct perception (for example, where to heal)
When your haras are in alignment and harmony, they are connected along a strong golden light called a hara line. This line goes from below your toes (earthly point), all the way up through to the head and out (heavenly point).
The hara line is the axis that holds all the atoms and molecules of our physical body together and allows us to connect in with our pure original intention.
Every time we discover the pure original intention which lies behind our actions, our mental states or situations we find ourselves in, we are connecting our consciousness with our hara line.
To be aware of our original intention, our hara line has to be straight and unbroken, and firmly connected to the centre of the Earth.
“To contact our essential inner being through the hara means to practise Mushin – that is to empty our hearts and our heads, and clear an empty space in our souls, to allow genuinely new impulses and intuitions to enter our souls and germinate within us.” Peter Willberg
HOW TO WORK WITH YOUR HARAS TO ATTRACT HARMONY AND HAPPINESS
There are many meditations that strengthen, balance and harmonise your haras. You need to repeat the same meditation daily for a while to really connect to and understand your hara. In our Meditation In Motion Class we spend a lot of time focusing on strengthening and stabilising your hara. centres.
Please make sure you are in a quiet place, where you will not be disturbed before beginning this meditation