Chakra Catching and the Way of the Master

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After one’s Crown chakra has opened, one’s own chakras are able to resonate with the chakras of another Soul, and if any of the chakras of that other Soul are constricted, the same chakras in one’s own lower chakra system will also become constricted, and one will feel that something is amiss, or will feel “off color”, or ill, or may even feel actual physical pain at the chakra location in one’s physical body.

This is known as “Catching” of the chakras, and can only occur when one becomes emotionally involved with the other Soul in some way; for example, if one sympathizes (Shares the pain) with their plight, or allows oneself to become angered by their attitude of rudeness or disrespect toward oneself.

It is the way of the Master to maintain an attitude of detachment when guiding or counseling another Soul. If that Soul tries to draw the Master into argument, stops listening, or plys the Master with question after question, or the same question again and again, after having been told the answer the first time, or is rude or disrespectful, the Master breaks off the conversation and detaches himself from that Soul, allowing him / her to find their own way.

A Soul can frequently become angered if the advice of the Master is not what they have wished to hear. When that happens, it is in the interest of the Master to withdraw and not be drawn into an angry exchange, or he will then be emotionally involved,  and his chakras will begin to “catch” from the other Soul at that point.

It is the way of the Master not to allow himself to be drawn into heated exchanges between other Souls, or to take sides in arguments between them, and to distance himself from any such. The Master is at one with his Higher Self, and this gives him the ability to cut through confused argument with a sword of clarity and Truth. He has no investment in that Truth, and allows others to accept it or reject it as they wish.

It may seem uncaring and unloving of the Master not to sympathize with the plight of another Soul, but that is not the case; the Master Loves all unconditionally; however he has a duty to himself to protect his own chakras from catching from that other Soul. He may offer help from a detached point of view, without becoming emotionally involved and allowing his chakras to become constricted.

It is said that “We are all Masters” — but this is not true; one becomes a “Master” when one re-blends with one’s Higher Self and gains access to His (or Her) Love and Wisdom.

Rananda Kumara and Master Kuthumi via (walk-in) Cmdr Zanna on 5th October 2014.

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