Chronic Diseases in the Health Chart: How to Identify and Prevent Their Occurrence(12)

Chronic Diseases in the Health Chart: How to Identify and Prevent Their Occurrence

The health chart in the matrix of fate can tell a lot about both the physical and mental health of a person, as well as indicate possible health problems and ways to prevent them.

But how can we recognize potential chronic diseases by using the matrix of fate? In this article, we will explore this aspect and also provide a list of possible chronic ailments.

Chronic Diseases in the Health Chart: How to Identify and Prevent Their Occurrence
Chronic Diseases in the Health Chart

About the Health Chart and Chakras

What is the Health Chart and Where It Is Located

The health chart is a system within a system, located in the matrix of fate, and it reveals the health status of a person. Proper diagnostics of the health chart will point out weak spots in health, possible diseases, and ways to prevent them.

By calculating the matrix of fate with our calculator, you also get a health chart table where the chakras and corresponding emotional and physical arcanes are indicated. 

Learn more about the health chart and how to work with it in our articles “Health Chart in the Matrix of Fate: What It Is and How to Interpret It (11)” and  “Health Chart — Complete Guide + Example Analysis + Interpretation (7)”.

What Are Chakras and Which Organs They Are Responsible For

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Health Chart in the Matrix of Fate

There are 7 chakras, and each of them is responsible for a specific part of the body and organ system:

  1. Sahasrara or Crown Chakra controls the brain.
  2. Ajna or “Third Eye” is responsible for the head area: nose, maxillary, and frontal sinuses. 
  3. Vishuddha or Throat Chakra regulates the thyroid and parathyroid glands, sensory, and respiratory systems.
  4. Anahata or Heart Chakra is responsible for the autonomic nervous system, chest area, and heart function.
  5. Manipura or Solar Plexus Chakra is responsible for the gastrointestinal tract, small intestine, and urinary system.
  6. Svadhisthana or Sacral Chakra controls the reproductive system, kidneys, bladder, and ureters.
  7. Muladhara or Root Chakra is responsible for the pelvic organs, duodenum, and lower limbs.

Learn more about Sahasrara, Ajna, Vishuddha, Anahata, Manipura, Svadhisthana, and Muladhara in our blog.

What Diseases Are Caused by Chakra Dysfunctions

Dysfunctions in chakras and their negative manifestations affect both the physical and spiritual state of a person. For instance, a block in Sahasrara can lead to frequent migraines. And if Ajna is out of resource, expect a decline in intuition and sensory organ function.

A blocked Throat Chakra manifests as throat and gland problems, while heart and vascular issues arise with impairments in Anahata. The gastrointestinal organs start causing trouble with a block in Manipura.

Following this analogy, dysfunctions in the excretory, reproductive systems, pelvic organs, and lower limbs can be caused by blocks in Svadhisthana and Muladhara.

Chronic Diseases in the Health Chart

A block in several chakras can cause chronic diseases, and this should be approached with extreme caution. Thus, dysfunctions in Anahata and Sahasrara can lead to strokes, heart attacks, heart failure, and thrombosis. And a negative state in both the heart chakra and third eye can cause mental disorders.

Potential chronic diseases can be predicted by diagnosing the chakras. Almost all chronic diseases are related to a block in the crown chakra, which is responsible for immunity:

  • Sahasrara and Ajna — neuro-ophthalmological diseases (anisocoria, double vision, tumors, etc.).
  • Sahasrara and Vishuddha/ Svadhisthana — oncological diseases and weakened immunity.
  • Sahasrara and Muladhara — thrombosis, convulsions, and numbness of limbs.
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Chronic Diseases in the Health Chart

Conclusion: How to Prevent Ailments

The health chart can indicate chronic diseases. They occur when several chakras are out of resource simultaneously. Addressing dysfunctions in multiple chakras requires a comprehensive approach. To prevent them, it is enough to keep the chakras in good condition.