Centerline of the Body and Chakras
During the Cognomovement exercise and afterwards you may have felt different sensations along the centerline of your body in either the front or somewhere along the spine. You might have felt these sensations move up or down along the centerline as you went from doing the first 15 minute session to the next one or even during your first session. Here is a quick reference of the some of the typical things that are associated with the different energy centers and also the location of them. A sensation of heat, pain and also release are the most common as you go through the process. The heat can be throughout the body and even cause you to sweat way in excess of what one might think the light exercise would cause.
Think of a chakra as a vortex of light, different colors are relative to its natural vibration. These will often become stuck or not performing optimally. The stuck or clogged up chakra can be caused by so many things but underlying it all is some derivative of fear and doubt. As this is cleared the chakra opens and the energy starts to flow. If it is very sudden as with the Cognomovement exercise you can get a rush of heat and interestingly a feeling of release or relief where the issue was stuck and now released.
Please note that if you have pain along the spine you’ll want to watch the videos we on the site we produced to help with that, they are simply realizations that will cause the chakra to open and that potentially can cause pain relief.
Note that this is just a very brief highlight and intended as a quick reference. Volumes of books, videos and research are available on this subject. We plan to have a reference section for additional external books, research and videos to further your understanding.
The following will start to give you some clues about why you felt a sensation along the centerline of your body. The focus on the fear and feeling section is to help identify why you were having the sensation in that part of the body as the issue was being released via the Cognomovement exercise.