Energy Centers Balancing -Sceintifcally approved

The fascinating differences between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems:

  1. Sympathetic Nervous System (SNS):

    • Origin: Originates upper regions of the spinal cord.
    • Key Function: Controls the body’s response to perceived threats (the “fight or flight” response).
    • State Activated: During stress or danger.
    • Effects:
      • Increases heart rate.
      • Dilates bronchial tubes.
      • Contracts muscles.
      • Dilates pupils.
      • Decreases digestive function.
      • Reduces saliva production.
      • Decreases mucus production.
      • Decreases urine secretion.
      • Converts glycogen to glucose for energy.

  2. Parasympathetic Nervous System (PSNS):

    • Origin: Originates in the sacral region of the spinal cord 
    • Key Function: Regulates the body’s functions at rest (the “rest and digest” or “feed and breed” activities).
    • State Activated: During relaxation.
    • Effects:
      • Decreases heart rate.
      • Contracts bronchial tubes.
      • Relaxes muscles.
      • Constricts pupils.
      • Increases digestive function.
      • Enhances saliva production.
      • Increases mucus production.
      • Increases urine secretion.
      • Does not convert glycogen to glucose.

In summary, the parasympathetic nervous system keeps bodily functions working smoothly, while the sympathetic nervous system prepares us for survival by directing energy away from non-essential functions and toward essential ones during threats.

The Energy Centers and PNS

There is a  fascinating connection between the parasympathetic nervous system (PNS) and our body’s energy centers, also known as chakras. The energy absorbed from the universe further triggers PNS to do its functions, at physical levels.

  1. Balancing Activation:

    • The PNS helps balance the activity of the sympathetic nervous system (SNS), which triggers the body’s “fight or flight” response during stress or danger.
    • When the SNS is activated, it leads to increased heart rate, shallow breathing, and heightened arousal.
    • The PNS counteracts this by promoting relaxation, calming physiological responses, and restoring balance.
  2. Supporting Relaxation Practices:

    • Activities that stimulate the PNS, such as deep breathing, meditation, and gentle yoga, help balance energy centers.
    • These practices reduce stress, allowing energy to flow smoothly through the chakras.
    • A relaxed state optimizes chakra function.
  3. Promoting Digestion and Healing:

    • The PNS plays a crucial role in digestion, nutrient absorption, and tissue repair.
    • When the body is relaxed, the PNS activates these processes, supporting overall health and vitality.
    • Energy centers benefit from this harmonious functioning.
  4. Enhancing Emotional Well-being:

    • The PNS regulates emotions, promoting calmness and contentment.
    • Activation of the PNS reduces anxiety, fear, and stress.
    • Emotional balance is closely tied to well-functioning energy centers.

        So following few techniques and exercise we can balance our energy center to keep our nervous system working normal and keep us healthy, calm, harmonized , creative and successful in all areas of our life.