Heart Chakra Activation: Blending Physical and Spiritual Realms

Casey Connelly
4 min readAug 3, 2023

Sometimes the heart feels like it is the center of your being, stronger than the mechanical impulses of the brain. That’s because it is.

Your heart is not just the organ that pumps blood to your body. For centuries it has been viewed as the center of your soul, responsible for important life decisions.

You’ve heard of the term “follow your heart” because it is the meeting place of your soul and physical form.

Discover how heart chakra activation creates a bond between your higher self and your body to create a loving relationship with yourself and the world around you.

What is the Heart Chakra?

The heart chakra location is important as it is the connects the other 6 chakras, the lower (physical) and upper (spiritual).

Your root, sacral, and solar plexus chakra are of the physical realm. They control self-confidence, physical health, and reactive decisions.

The higher chakras above the heart, throat, third-eye, and crown chakra, are expressive and creative. They promote the soul’s voice through initiative speech and divine knowing.

In between, the heart acts as a bridge that mixes our impulses with our divine purpose and turns it into a sacred love of self.

Heart Chakra Symbol

The heart shape is a well-known symbol that has been used as far back as the 12th century. This symbolism represents the balance of energy in infinite space.

As a chakra image, this balance is displayed as a star created by two intersecting triangles. Each triangle points in the opposite direction, showing the union of masculine (consciousness) and feminine (form) energies.

The triangle pointing down signifies the bodily energy that grounds your spirit to your physical body and the triangle pointing up shows the transcendence of the body into spirit. Both energies flow in different directions and in a spiral motion, merging at the heart center.

Heart Chakra Healing

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Casey Connelly

I love questioning the world we live in through experience. Nothing exists unless you have experienced it. My writing is personal and filled with discovery.