The second red door is marked: EMOTIONS
We go to the door and knock.
A message is displayed:
Repressed emotions create thoughts that are “unconscious.”
Emotions from our fourth dimensional astral body interface with our physical bodies via our hormones and biochemistry. Since these dark feelings cannot be accessed by our conscious mind, our body’s discomfort from keeping these secrets is projected to our consciousness as “dis-ease.”
These hidden emotions create an overall sense of dread that feels like a dense, heaviness in our bodies and/or a floating anxiety that keeps us hyper-vigilant, jumpy and nervous. Depression numbs our emotions, makes us eat and sleep too much, not enough, or at the wrong time. Then our bodies are even more uncomfortable, which makes us feel like the “victim” of our emotions.
In this condition, our desire for sex becomes a statement of our desperate need for love and/or the conquests of a failing ego. In a vain attempt to control our emotions we seek out drugs and alcohol. Each substance creates a certain “emotional feeling” and temporarily serves the purpose of dampening the emotions that constantly haunt us.
The second chakra best exemplifies the red Emotions Door because this chakra is the storehouse for our most primal and basic emotions. These are emotions that we felt in our early childhood, as well as survival-based emotions such as fear of survival, rage for injustice, sorrow over great loss, and the simple joy of being alive.
The emotions of the second chakra are pure emotions without the interaction of mental programming, which are more the emotions of the third chakra. If we can allow our second chakra to open its vault of stored emotions, we can heal ourselves on a very deep level and recover the wonder and joy that we felt as a child before we “grew up.”
To find the source, and heal the issues that await us beyond the Second Door, we now enter our Second Chakra, which is located at our navel. Hence our Second Chakra is also known as the Navel Chakra.