We live in an ocean of energy, that has slowly developed life, intelligence, and consciousness. However, consciousness is not really alive until it is aware.
Consciousness is just one form of intelligence; it is not sentience, which is defined as self-awareness and the ability to change both oneself and one’s environment.
However, not all types of energy can foster sentience; this is why fleeting astral entities are neither sentient nor do they have souls.
Our multi-layered Universe is inhabited by many types of entities with various levels of sentience. Some of these astral entities decide to incarnate into the physical universe, as humans or other life forms here on Earth.
Why do we need our chakras?
We live in an ocean of energy, and this energy is free for the taking. However, the answer to this question depends on two things:
What type of entity (human, animal, alien, plant, or microbe) are we dealing with?
And what frequency level is the entity inhabiting in the physical universe?
Many living creatures have rotating chakras that take in, metabolize and transmit energy within the physical body that the soul lives within.
The chakras act as energy transformers that transmit energy from a lower to a higher frequency. The energy runs through countless nadis to feed the cells and organs within the body. The chakras also radiate energy to create the aura around the body.
How do animal chakras differ from humans?
One of the duties of our animal friends is to realign the lower frequencies of the gross physical environment. Any animal has the same number of energy chakras, and they work within the same energy frequencies.
However, insects and fish are quite different, because they have a hive mind, or a collective mind that functions in a communally.
They are all connected to a group chakra connected with their species or their nest; this group chakra draws in the different frequencies which feed the individual insects or fish.
Plants also differ from humans and animals. Plants have a single large “nexus” that connects them collectivity. It functions as a group chakra, drawing in the same range of frequencies as our seven chakras.
Trees also have roots, allowing them to draw up the Earth’s energies through ley lines; they use this as a “telepathic” communication method across the planet to communicate with their kind. Trees coexist within a collective mind; it is as if they are all the same being.
Microbes such as bacteria and viruses don’t have chakras on their own. When inside an animal or human body, they use the energy of our chakras like parasites. However, when they are outside the body, microbes connect to the ley lines in the Earth’s energy grid.
It’s fascinating to see how all of the different life forms have developed ways to energetically sustain themselves, despite the variation in size and type of bodies found on this planet.
It is also interesting to witness how the very high-frequency energies from our Higher Self gradually step down from the pure energetic levels to lower and lower levels as these energies progress down the chakra system.