This series explains the energy of each gate around the Emotional Solar Plexus Center so you can learn to harness your natural passions and creative energy to manifest the life you desire. For each gate, we’ll cover the circuitry of the gate, its gifts and challenges, its “passion,” and practical ways to apply this information. These points hold true whether your Solar Plexus Center itself is defined or open. The Introduction to this series can be found here.
Every gate energy belongs to particular circuitry within the chart, which is like an electrical circuit board. This circuitry shows the evolutionary role of the gate energy and how the energy moves through the chart. Each Circuit Group has two Circuits within it.
Circuitry of this Gate
Circuit Group: Individual
The Individual Circuit Group serves the world by bringing forth uniquely individual change (mutation) which indirectly empowers others to transform. It is personal energy, here to follow its own direction and not fit in with others.
The Knowing Circuit energies are agents of the creative process that drives human growth and evolution. These energies understand the world by simply “knowing,” not based on logic or experience.
High Expression of this Gate
If you have the Gate 55 defined in your chart, you innately recognize spirit as the true source of abundance, not material items. You have trust and faith in the abundant nature of spirit and the universe.
It takes courage and frequent leaps of faith to surrender to spirit as the source of abundance, not hard work or willpower. As you do this, you “change the world” by lifting the spirit of others and opening new possibilities of abundance of spirit here on earth.
Your moods and emotional highs and lows fuel your energy (even if your Solar Plexus Center is undefined), so you must wait for the right timing—the right energy and the right mood—before taking action.
You are creative, probably romantic, and deeply auditory, so you are affected by sound and also the words and tone of what is said. Your acoustic awareness leads you to be musical.
Low Expression of this Gate
If Gate 55 is defined in your chart, your low expression of this energy is moodiness, melancholy, and melodrama. These affect your perceptions about the world and other people and can lead to eating disorders, escape behaviors, and even addictions.
Despite your intense emotions, you may actually not know what you are feeling. This can lead to being indecisive, fickle, and overly sensitive. Then you are apt to take things personally, which only makes matters worse.
In the lowest expression of this energy, you don’t trust Source and don’t have faith in natural abundance, so you resort to hard work and force to get what you need. Your fears center around lacking passion in your life and experiencing “emotional emptiness.”
Passions of this Gate
With your Gate 55 defined, you have a passion for faith as the source of creative power and the source of limitless abundance. You love being in love, especially being in love with life and having a highly spirited life!
Tips for Using this Energy
-Make peace with your moods and don’t try to control them. Try to enjoy your low moods… they might be your most creative times!
-Honor your moods by asking yourself, “Am I in the mood to ….?” However, you may need input from those around you to be completely aware of your mood and feelings.
-Take your time in making decisions to gain clarity about your feelings on the issues. Even if your Solar Plexus Center is undefined, notice if you’re feeling moody or experiencing an emotional wave and take your time with decisions.
-Don’t take things personally—you’ll be much happier!
-Use your favorite music or sounds to soothe your low moods.
-Be deliberate in aligning yourself with feelings of abundance and faith.
Next gate moving clockwise around the Solar Plexus Center:
Gate 49, with a passion for “revolution and principles.” If your Gate 49 is defined, start noticing how you react when principles that are important to you are violated in some way. Do you feel like upending the situation?
Go back to the Introduction post for links to all the published posts in this series.