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Poppy-summer
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When we have dealings with people sometimes you can feel your chakras tingling especially the sacral.

I've also noticed when people are cold, austere and shut down the connection feels more difficult. Does this mean their chakras are closed?

I find it difficult dealing with cold people like this because I can't read them. I prefer open, friendly people where I can feel my chakras connecting.

Maybe this means I'm selfish as not everyone is in a good mood all the time and maybe the chakra system reflects this with people coming across more cold & austere than other times.

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jnani
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Not sure, How much your liking warm, open people to do with chakras theirs or your own.

You find it difficult dealing with cold people. That is not to say their chakras are shut or if you connect with people nicely, their chakras are open

Chakras is one of the many concepts floating around that most of us have no idea of, yet we seem to have a kind of love affair with this term.

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Poppy-summer
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I probably don't fully understand the chakra system then.

All I know is more friendly, open people I find easier plus I have noticed the connections with the chakras.
I guess people are ever changing so if you caught them in a mood .....

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I've also noticed when people are cold, austere and shut down the connection feels more difficult. Does this mean their chakras are closed?

According to traditional teachings of chakras (not the modern spiritual/new age (mis-)interpretation), if a persons chakras are closed then they are dead. So I very much doubt that those people you are dealing with have closed chakras (unless you really are dealing with dead people?)

People are people, they are not cold, austere, shut down, or any other label you choose. Someone you may perceive as being cold, may be perceived as being loving and warm by someone else, so those labels are not an inherent attribute of the person themselves, but of the perceptions of the person observing. It may sound harsh (however no offence is intended), but have you considered that when you feel this way about someone, you turn it around and consider why it is YOU feel this way, and perhaps consider working on that instead.

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Poppy-summer
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Yeah definitely.
I consider all options and look at everything from all angles.
I like to look at myself first and consider if its my issue.

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Actually come to think of it I often take the responsibility for things when it's not even my fault.
That's probably another pattern I need to change.

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