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Question by Charin
Submitted on 7/11/2003
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How does the placement of a tattoo on one's body effect chakra energy flow, either negatively or positively?

Answer by stiever
Submitted on 8/8/2003
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It has no effect whereas the chakra energy flow concept is nonsense.


Answer by nightsalk
Submitted on 8/20/2003
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I don't think it does affect it.  I have never actually heard one way or another but think of all the actual tribal tats that people have been doing for centuries.  So it would not be negative.


Answer by bellringer
Submitted on 12/6/2003
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If you think that it will affect Chakra energy - then it will.  If you think it has no bearing, then no bearing it shall have.


Answer by meditatingmike
Submitted on 1/3/2004
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I heard of a lady that was severly stabbed and then became psychic partly because of the alteration to her nervous system. I also heard of the white brotherhood performing a passage type ritual that invloves some scaring and body mutilation.


Answer by Jor-Dan uv Noware
Submitted on 3/17/2004
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Chakra energy flow is an extension of one's natural energy, which is itself a form of spiritual energy, which is directly related to the spirit and soul.  As one's awareness of their soul and spirit increases, so does the strength of their energy.

In ancient cultures, it was common for disciples of various gods to get tattoos denoting their worship of those gods.  This is why the Bible states not to get tattoos, in this case to keep the Israelites from marking themselves in allegiance with false gods.

I believe that bellringer has the most accurate answer for you: your energy will be affected by your perception of the tattoo, or your perception of any action you take.  "It's all in your head," as they say.

But if you want to know about true energy, you must look outside yourself, to the one who gave you your spirit in the first place.

Further questions of this nature may be directed to me via e-mail, at NowareIndustries@yahoo.com

  The Guru Jor-Dan


Answer by GurusAFag
Submitted on 9/14/2005
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The Guru Jor-Dan is a fag


Answer by ajna
Submitted on 12/17/2006
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The affects on the chakra's would depend on the colors of the tattoo. We all know that color affects the mind,  it is all in our head but at the same time it is real.  And too much of one color can give off negative vibrations.  For example.  Red brings the bearer strength, vitality and energy, its helps to speed up heart rate. But if a person was to wear too much red then they can become aggressive and angry, and get head aches.  Color affects us all and each individual differently.  However the colors can be used for healing.  It is wise though to check it out.  I personally if i were to use a color for a permanent tattoo I would use the opposing color as well.  Like for red would be green.  Because green would cool where red can warm and it would create balance.  Hope this was helpful.


Answer by LeahRae
Submitted on 3/14/2007
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No it wouldnt effect your chakra's.


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