Too Open - Bullying, over materialistic, horder and collector,
physically centred personality, narcissistic approach to the
Too Closed - Fear, anxiety, and neurotic worry about life's
basic needs, self-destructive behaviour, reluctant to be physical,
problems with work and money,
tendency towards physical illness, hypochondria.
Closed - Overly sensitive to others emotions, fears their own
and other's emotions, guilt for no reason, frigidity, impotence,
martyrdom, too hard and negatively critical with themselves.
- Angry, controlling, workaholic, greed, 'The Star of the show',
judgmental. Superiority complex. Over inflated sense of importance
- Overly concerned with other's opinions, hypersensitive to criticism,
fearful of loneliness,
insecure, alienated, jealousy, requires constant reassurance, difficulty
being active. Inferiority complex.
Open - Possessive in relationships, only gives conditional love,
emotional withdrawal as form of punishment, overly dramatic.
- Fears rejection, feels unworthy to receive love, fears feeling
for others, hides feeling, self-pitying, hatred (frustrated self
Open - Over talkative, dogmatic, hyper-critical, self-righteous,
arrogant, controlling (needs to manage everything).
back from self-expression, unreliable, reluctant or unable to
self express, unreliable, holds inconsistent views, submissive,
non-critical (hands over management of life to others).
Open - Uncontrolled and unstoppable thinking, hyper-intellectual,
unable to reach conclusion, thinking that lacks morality or groundedness,
starts projects but cannot finish them, scattered thinking, undirected
and overactive imagination, daydreamer.
Closed - Inability to think through tasks and challenges, dull,
unimaginative, tendency towards negative and depressing thoughts.
Frustrated intellectual function. Inability to control the functions
and expressions of the other chakras.
Open - Tendency to 'drift off', non-worldy, 'not here at all.'
Does not tend to the other chakras of the personality. Possibility
of being a drifter or mystic. A master is not a mystic, because
a master understands and has control over all the seven chakras,
whereas a mystic may not be able to operate in the world or communicate
Closed - Stuck in the world of name and form with only disease,
old-age, and death. Identification only with the
6 chakras of Mind. Is totally identified with the play, with
the actor, and the part. Possibly takes their part too seriously
at times. Non-transcendent personality. Cosmic alienation - feeling
totally alien to life and heavy attachment
to the life of names and forms.