The fiery bearded red eyed giant in my prostrate, I overtook him, I put my face unto him. His glare is now my glare. He is mine, I have captured him, I have overtaken him.
My chin lit on fire, it feels like knotting or wrapping of chin hair, a pulling sensation, heavy sensation. Reminds me of the false beard on the Egyptian pharaohs.
Now my brows are tuggin, and contorted. Then the hair at my temples begain to feel that charge or static. Now my whole head of hair is electric fire.
My rib under shoulder blade feels different in nature. This is the metal element, the Po, the ghost wing holes.
Chin chakra is supposedly a very important chakra.
http://www.cs.utk.edu/~Mclennan/BA/JO-TEP.htmlThe Brain (Gk. enkephalos, Lat. cerebrum), which contains the psuche (Gk.) or genios (Lat.). (I use the old Latin spelling "genios" to avoid confusion with the English "genius." The genios is sometimes called the anima.) In Homeric times the psuche was taken to be the "Vital Spirit" or Life Principal (the mind or consciousness was placed in IV, the chest), corresponding to Skt. asu. The later view, which is found in Plato and corresponds better to the Eastern system (cf. Skt. atman), is that the brain is the center of rational thought, the Intellectual center. In both Homer and Plato the psuche is considered the immortal part of the Soul. The physical substance corresponding to psuche was marrow (medulla), especially the cerebrospinal fluid of the brain and spine, but also in other parts of the body (see below). For this reason departed souls were thought to appear as snakes, which are all brain and spine. Scalp and facial hair were considered physical emanations of the psuche, and so the hair, scalp and chin were considered sacred (hence the dedication of locks and the touching of the chin or beard in supplication). This center corresponds to Chakra 6 (at the brow), called Ajna, which means "authority or command," an appropriate name for the rational faculty, which Plato said "controls and restrains" the lower faculties; Onians calls it the Executive function.
http://www.religiousworlds.com/mandalam/gorchak.htmThe Chivuka chakra is somewhere in the facial region, apparently near the chin, and is formed like a sun-like lotus of 34 lobes, presided by Prana and Sarasvati. All the devas have their seats within the lotus. Its Rsi is named Krodha. All languages, indeed human speech itself, are supposed to have their origin here.
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