The Mandala’s Color-based statements in the past came into use for healers, therapists, doctors, life coaches, mentors who come into contact with the abundant metaphorical symbolisms that come up when people experience healing states such as what happens in innerdance.
Speaking mostly in color, a doctor for example might perceive the Red Chakra from the points of view regarding health, nutrition and well-being.
One common blockage or problematic held within the Red dimension is the issue of scarcity, often uttered by people as “I do not have enough resources,” “I am poor,” “I suffer from insufficiency.” It doesn’t matter if the person who holds this belief is financially wealthy or is in poverty. The Mandala’s role is to mirror the belief structures studied both by psychology and oriental systems such as Buddhism and Hinduism that understands fear’s influence in manifesting one’s experiential reality of Maya, the world of illusion. Until a person’s belief structure around grounding processes have restructured their psychic scaffoldings toward “in my simple abundance, I have everything I need,” an actual transformation has yet to take place within this life facet.
In assisting a person dealing with traumatic conditions that presently influence states of insufficiency and lack, a therapist using the chakra system might bring up the other colors/dimensions to understand the narrative elements that hold the dominant blockage being revealed intuitively to one suffering from depression, anxiety, cancer, addiction or any psychological disorder.
Over the years, it was observed how one’s inability to speak (blue), emotional entrapments (orange), an inability to think clearly (indigo), one’s locus of control (yellow), self-esteem issues (green) influences social dynamics. Herein, the Mandala serves as a psychological mapping device for understanding not just the specific issues within each color, but also how colors interact with each other.
The Mandala provides a frame for observing belief-oriented pathologies interlaced within physiological problems. Rather than addressing disorders from direct problem-solving situations, practitioners are able to stay within the multiple layers of thoughts people might be placing upon the seven dimensions simultaneously holding blockages in Body-Mind.
To go back to Red as example, a fear-based observation commonly held in relation to health is, “the human body does not have the capacity to heal itself.” When doctors begin to observe their patients’ patterns of perception and behavior and this were able to support people into arriving at the highest observation of “I deeply trust the human body’s amazing power to self-regenerate and heal.”
Thought structures have color, depending on any one's awareness of the colors people sharing the same color cone structures living on Earth.
Here are a few statements that mirror psychological injunctions people often hold in Body-Mind:
Nothing is connected, life is lived by chance and luck.
I am confused, I don't understand, my mind is stuck.
I am unable to speak my truths.
I am unworthy of support
I must compete for resources and attention.
I am stuck and stagnant
I am weak.
Here are just a few statements that heal the psychological drivers that conditioned us in childhood:
It's all connected, everything happens for a reason.
Every event is a teacher in a gargantuan School of Life.
All conversations are part of one continuous dialogue.
Everything I give lovingly to others, I give to myself.
Even when terrible things happen, it all helps us evolve.
The conditions are there to conceive and create our optimal realities.
I have the internal strength somewhere in me.
The following video shares a short documentary of one of the Emergence Convergences held in Maia Earth Village: