Your frequency tells secrets about your personality type

Your frequency tells secrets about your personality type

Your Life’s Purpose Path

While everyone’s purpose is to bring love into this world, there are three pathways to fulfilling that purpose. Figuring out your path is the key to discovering the specific task you’ve been assigned to complete and getting that task fulfilled. The three pathways are Love, Wisdom, and Joy.

THE RED FREQUENCY is Love: Circulating the Energy


Those who were born to walk the path of love make great planners and organizers. They thrive where there are established rules and systems that bring order. They do not like or appreciate it when people deviate from their carefully constructed plans. They do not enjoy chaos or surprises.

The color for the path of love is red and its symbol is blood. Part of the reason that people walking the path of love are so resistant to change or alteration is related to the nature of blood. Blood does not do well outside of a closed system. It needs the established and predictable steadiness of a circuit in order to do its best work.

Love’s challenge is its need to control other people, especially those who are not walking the same path. Love tends to be particularly hard on those walking the path of Joy, because it tends to sees Joy’s boundless energy and undirected enthusiasm as a threat to the order it is attempting to bring. Love does get along well with Wisdom, but more because of Wisdom’s adaptable and changeable nature than because it truly understands Wisdom.

Love’s life lesson is that rather than seeking to control and change people, it must learn to accept and appreciate them for what they are. When Love can accept and appreciate others, it will find them much more cooperative and beneficial to the work it is trying to do.

THE BLUE FREQUENCY Wisdom/Peace: Keeping the Flow Going

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Those born to walk the path of wisdom make great diplomats and inventors. They thrive when they are given the opportunity to learn new things and to pass on their knowledge to others. They do not like it when people try to get in their way or stop them from making progress on something they are trying to do. They do not enjoy having their ideas or insights ignored.

The color for the path of wisdom is blue and its symbol is water. Part of the reason that people walking the path of wisdom are so sensitive to being ignored is due to the nature of water. Water can easily change forms to suit the environment, but if it does that too much, it loses sight of who it really is and can become insecure about its identity. Being ignored leads them to doubt themselves, and plays on their existing insecurities.

While Wisdom walkers can be seen as know-it-alls by the other two, they are usually still able to get along well with both groups. Wisdom helps Love keep flowing by contributing to their store of knowledge about people. Wisdom also helps Joy get along with others by providing a cloud of insulation that keeps tempers from flaring up when Joy’s intense enthusiasm or fiery nature becomes a little much for others to handle.

Wisdom’s challenge is its need to learn to trust itself. Wisdom has a special gift of being able to connect the dots between two seemingly completely unrelated things, which allows it to spot a path that no one else is able to see, just as water finds a way to flow around an obstacle in ways that no one else can. The trouble with that is because no one else around these Wisdom path walkers can see what Wisdom can, they don’t believe it and their lack of belief leads Wisdom to doubt its own conclusions.

Wisdom’s life lesson is to persist in pursuing your vision. People will believe once they see you create it. And in creating it, you will confirm for yourself that it can be done.

THE YELLOW FREQUENCYJoy: Bringing the Energy to Life

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Joy, in its native state, radiates energy all over the place. Joy walkers are natural entertainers and love the spotlight, even though they tend to be introverted. They love to make people laugh and they delight in play of all kinds.

They are the least understood and most often taken for granted of the three paths. As a result, they frequently turn up as deeply depressed individuals. They may be alcoholics or drug addicts. They struggle to believe in and see the good in themselves.

The color for the path of joy is yellow and its symbol is sunlight. Part of the reason that people walking the path of joy are so often depressed and filled with self-loathing is due to the nature of sunlight. When sunlight is blocked, it becomes shadows. When sunlight is left to its own devices without water to cool things down for it, it becomes destructive.

Joy walkers have a very tender heart and they are easily hurt. While they can hold grudges and be stingy at times, this isn’t their natural tendency. Those things come when they grow afraid of getting hurt. Their natural tendency is to forgive quickly and to be astonishingly generous. When at their best, they give easily and effortlessly of themselves, even when they have very little.

Joy’s challenge is the depression that is ever present and a constant threat to their health and the sanity of the people who love them. Due to their struggle to believe in and see the good in themselves, they have trouble staying on task with their purpose and are easily derailed by failures and setbacks. They need lots of encouragement in order to get past those mental roadblocks.

Joy’s life lesson is that just because others do not see the worth in you does not mean you are worthless. For every person who does not appreciate the Joy Walker, there will be thousands more who do. The world needs you!

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8. The Crown Chakra and the Thalamus Gland

8. The Crown Chakra and the Thalamus Gland

This is the seventh article of our “Chakras and the Body-Mind-Soul Connection”. If you’ve enjoyed this article series and want to know more, I hope you’ll stay tuned. There is more incredible, authentic, and eye-opening information headed your way.

Summary of Our Last Lesson

In the last article, “The Brow Chakra and the Pituitary, Pineal, and Hypothalamus Gland”, I talked about how these glands function, just as the brow chakra does, to take all that information that’s being collected and decide the best way to keep you safe, stable, and healthy. In this article, we’ll talk about the crown chakra and the thalamus gland and their role in helping you become your best self.

The Thalamus Gland


As in the rest of the articles, we’re going to be looking less at what the thalamus gland is and more at what it does in order to help us interpret the function of the crown chakra and glean an increased understanding of how it operates to help us achieve higher functioning.

The thalamus collects and sorts all of the internal input from the body and all of the external input from the environment and decides what to do with that information. Its job is to make connections between those things. If the hypothalamus, for instance, relays information about a possible danger that the eyes have spotted, the thalamus will compare notes with everything you’ve experienced in the past and figure out the best route to handle the danger as quickly and painlessly as possible. All within a matter of seconds!

The sheer volume of information it receives means that the thalamus must filter through the information quickly, determining which bits of information to collect and which to discard. If it thinks this is useful information, it passes it off to the hippocampus where the memory center of the brain resides and sets the hippocampus off to work on figuring out how the new information should be filed in relation to all the other things you know about that topic.

If the information it receives tells it there is an immediate threat to the body or if there is an actionable opportunity to advance its health and welfare, it will send the information over to the amygdala for processing. The amygdala then converts that information to the appropriate emotions to ensure that you respond as quickly as possible.

The Crown Chakra and the Divine Energy

The Crown Chakra’s job is to compare the information it is receiving from the divine energy that surrounds you and the information it is gathering from the natural world around you and interpret what that means for you in terms of what steps to take next and when to take them.

The Healthy Crown Chakra

If your Crown Chakra is functioning correctly, you will intuitively know where you should be going and when you should arrive there. People will remark that good things just seem to fall into your lap. You will see everything that happens to you as a kind of open dialogue between you and the divine force that guides the universe.

You will feel confident that even the apparently negative things that happen to you are actually things working to benefit you. You will be calm even in a crisis. Your mind will be relaxed and able to think, solve problems, and capitalize on opportunities.

The Blocked Crown Chakra

You are constantly living on the edge. Everything feels random to you. You see no connections between your behavior and what happens to you. The world, as a result, seems a scary and very hostile place to be. You don’t control your thoughts, feelings, or behaviors – they control you.

Symptoms of a Too Open Crown Chakra

You feel completely disconnected from the world, as if you are living on a totally different plane from everyone else out there. You see connections between everything, but you aren’t good at communicating those connections to other people. The world, as a result, feels lonely and unwelcoming. You are in control of your thoughts, feelings, and emotions – but you haven’t figured out how to take the actions to manifest your desires on this plane of existence.

Summary of Findings

The chakras are the reception centers of the divine energy that is all around us. Keeping them clear and open is important so that you can benefit from that energy.

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7. The Brow Chakra or Third-Eye and the Pituitary, Pineal, and Hypothalamus Glands

7. The Brow Chakra or Third-Eye and the Pituitary, Pineal, and Hypothalamus Glands

In this sixth article in our series on “Chakras and the Body-Mind-Soul Connection”, we’ll examine the brow chakra, also known as the third-eye, and what the pituitary, pineal, and hypothalamus glands provide in terms of insights into understanding and unlocking it for our benefit. We’ll also look at how blockages to these glands or to that particular chakra impact our life and what the symptoms are so we can take action to solve the problems caused by that.

The Pituitary Gland

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The pituitary gland lies in between the two halves of the brain at the base of the third vertebrae. In scientific terms, it is known as the master gland because it regulates and controls the rate at which the other glands release their hormones and the timing of the release. Until the pineal gland tells the body to act, it doesn’t act.

The pituitary gland is divided into three lobes. The anterior lobe is in charge of regulating the activity of the thyroid gland, the adrenal glands, and the gonads. It tells the body when to grow, how much to grow, and when to stop growing. It also regulates the production of breast milk by pregnant and nursing mothers so that they can nourish the growth of their young.

The intermediate lobe dictates the pigmentation of skin, releasing more Beta-melanocyte–stimulating hormone when there’s been increased exposure to direct sunlight and more protection is needed and decreasing the levels when there’s less sunlight so that more of sunlight can be taken in and absorbed.

The posterior lobe is in charge of releasing antidiuretic hormones which prevent dehydration and regulating the amount of oxytocin in the bloodstream. Extra oxytocin is released when childbirth is ready to take place, aiding in the contractions of the uterus that push the child out of the womb and signaling that it is time for prolactin, the hormone that leads to breast milk production, to be released so that the child entering the world will have what it needs to thrive and flourish.

The anterior (front) lobe and the posterior (back) lobes are attached to the hypothalamus through a cable made of blood vessels and axon (neural connectors) that allow for direct communication.

The Pineal Gland

The last gland to be discovered by modern science and the least understood, the pineal gland is in charge of your body’s natural sleep/wake cycle. It also regulates the sex drive, hunger, thirst, and the aging of the body. It regulates these things in response to light received from the eyes. For example, in a healthy body, when the eyes begin to detect an increase in light from the dawn breaking, it cuts off the production of melatonin and sends a signal to the pituitary gland that it is time to increase the levels of serotonin so that you wake naturally.

It is the job of the pineal gland to take the information collected from the eyes and pass it on so that the other systems can interpret and make sense of what to do about it.

The Hypothalamus

The hypothalamus is the thermostat for the body. It determines, based on the feedback it receives from the rest of the systems, what is normal and healthy. It then takes the information coming in from all of the other systems and works hard to be sure that the right hormones are released to keep things from getting too far off of normal to be healthy. When your systems stray, its job is to bring those back under control. It keeps you safe mentally and physically by regulating the emotions you feel in response to your environment.

If you’re happy, it’s because the hypothalamus sees this situation as “normal and healthy” for you. If you’re mad, the hypothalamus has detected something being done to you by someone else or by a situation you are in that puts your mental or physical health at risk. If you’re anxious, it’s because there’s been a threat detected to the thermostat itself. Something has challenged your sense of personal identity, the “normal” for you. Being aware of your emotions can help you spot the “normal” setting for your health and – if being fat is normal for you – do whatever it takes to reset that point so that you can achieve the weight loss you desire. That’s why true transformation begins in the mind.

The Brow Chakra

Looking at the overall elements of the activities of the pineal and pituitary glands combined with the hypothalamus gland, we get a much better feel for what the brow chakra is and does. It takes the information it receives from the divine and combines it with the information received from our bodies and acts to keep us normalized, stable, and healthy. It is the center that acts to make connections between the divine, the world around us, and what is happening to us on the inside.

Symptoms of a Blocked Brow Chakra

Your life is one big dramatic episode. You are either up or down. You’re never stable. Chaos reigns supreme in your life, and you feel stressed out, anxious, and worried constantly.  You wouldn’t know normal if it walked up to you and introduced itself to you. You truthfully doubt that normal even exists.

Symptoms of a Too Open Brow Chakra

You are so safe, secure, and stable that your life is boring. You’re healthy, you’re safe, but you aren’t really living. You’re comfortable, but you aren’t being challenged and as a result, you aren’t growing. You aren’t flourishing. You aren’t thriving. You’re stagnating.

Next: The Crown Chakra and the Thalamus

In the next lesson, we’ll talk about the connection between the Thalamus and the Crown Chakra, and its role in helping you put all the pieces of your life together so you can maximize your achievement and become your best self.

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6. The Throat Chakra and the Thyroid

6. The Throat Chakra and the Thyroid

This is the sixth article in our “Chakras and the Body-Mind-Soul Connection” series. In our last article, we discussed the connection between the heart chakra in keeping us connected to the flow and protecting us from the things that might harm us and the function of the heart and thymus in keeping the flow of blood going and protecting us from both autoimmune disorders, viruses, and other internal dangers. In this article, we will examine the thyroid and what it can tell us about the throat chakra’s role in helping us to tap into our intuition.

The Function of the Thyroid

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The thyroid’s primary function is to regulate the speed at which digestion and blood flow take place through the T3 and T4 hormones it releases into the blood stream. It acts by monitoring the levels of blood sugar and sodium that are in the blood and instructing the heart and other organs to either speed up the process or slow it down based on that information.

When the Thyroid Malfunctions

If the thyroid is failing to produce the hormones that are needed to tell the body to release more blood sugar, the body begins to feel sluggish and fatigued. Night sweats, depression, and sensitivity to heat are common as the body slows itself down in order to conserve energy. Concentration is impacted. Body fat accumulates.

If the thyroid is producing too much of the hormones, it is impossible for the body to gain weight. Everything that is eaten is consumed nearly immediately. Anxiety, irritability, and sensitivity to cold are common symptoms.

The Throat Chakra

The throat chakra’s primary function is to regulate the flow of energy into and out of you. It monitors how much energy is coming into you and then switches your reception centers off when you have received too much so you can process what you’ve gotten. It opens them up again when it detects that there isn’t enough energy coming into you so that you can process more.

A Blocked Throat Chakra

If the throat chakra is blocked and not open to receiving the energy coming into you, you feel depleted and diminished. You feel like nobody is listening to you. It is not uncommon to feel overwhelmed and stressed out, as if everything were up to you. You may be prone to outbursts of anger at the injustice of how you see yourself as being treated. Resentment can begin to foster in your heart because you believe that nobody is willing to give despite all your giving.

A Throat Chakra That Is Too Open

When the throat chakra is too open, you can’t seem to get enough from the people around you. It doesn’t matter how much they give, it’s never enough to fill the emptiness in your life and in your soul. Relationships do not last long and do not satisfy. No matter how much you have, you can’t find contentment in it.

Next: The Brow Chakra or Third-Eye and the Pituitary, Pineal, and Hypothalamus Glands

In the next article, we’ll discuss how the pituitary, pineal, and hypothalamus glands work together and what they reveal about the third-eye chakra.

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5. The Heart Chakra, The Thymus & The Heart

5. The Heart Chakra, The Thymus & The Heart

katie-mcfarlandIn the fifth article of the Chakras and the Body-Mind-Soul Connection, we will be exploring what the thymus and the heart teach us about the heart chakra and how we can apply that knowledge to develop new insights about the supernatural world and its function in our lives.

The Thymus Gland

The thymus gland is with us from birth and its job is to help us develop our immune system. It protects us against auto-immune disorders. It is instrumental in the development of T-cells, the white blood cells that protect us against viruses and infections, by releasing the thymosin hormone in the body signaling the body to begin producing those cells whenever it detects an attack. After puberty, the thymus gland begins to disappear and by the time you reach old age, it is completely replaced by fatty tissues. While the gland is no longer functional, the protection it offers continues throughout life.

The Heart: Communication Center of the Body

Everyone knows that the heart is in charge of pumping blood through the body. It takes the blood that’s been drained of its oxygen and refills it up and then sends it shooting back out again. But what most people don’t think about is the fact that the hormones that are secreted due to environmental changes are sent into the blood stream and the heart collects those hormones first. Each hormone acts as a report for the brain.

The heart reads those reports and then compiles a summary report and sends it to the brain in the form of its own set of hormones. That summary advises the brain on what it thinks ought to be done about those things.

It then takes in the hormones that come from the brain which provide instructions for the rest of the organs on how to respond and distributes those directions to the rest of the body.

The Heart Has a Mind of Its Own

When scientists first began to study heart tissues, they thought it was just a muscle. It was assumed to be just a pump moving blood around the body. However, further study by neurocardiologists paints a whole new picture.

“…60 to 65% of the cells of the heart are actually neural cells… They are identical to the neural cells in the brain, operating through the same connecting links called ganglia, with the same axonal and dendritic connections that take place in the brain, as well as through the very same kinds of neurotransmitters found in the brain.” – Joseph Chilton Pearce, neurocardiology researcher, in an interview with Chris Mercogliano and Kim Debus.

The heart is essentially a brain whose work is to translate the feedback received from the rest of the body into messages that the brain can understand and act upon. It’s a bridge connecting the emotions and desires that form in the body to the thoughts and decisions that are being made in the head.

Molecular biologists have also discovered that the heart is one of the most important endocrine glands in the body, producing atriol neuriatic factor.  ANF is a powerful vasodialator, opening up the arteries and veins to allow increased blood flow.

Two Nervous System

I did a little research and I found out that not only do we have a brain in our hearts, our lungs, kidneys, liver, stomach, and intestines are all packed with neural tissue. We probably have more brains from the neck down than from the neck up. This is our second nervous system. This second nervous system communicates through blood and through (energy) fields…your brain puts out an electromagnetic field that can be detected about two inches away from the body. Your heart, every time it pounds, puts out an electromagnetic field that goes out 30 feet. Our heart is a very, very powerful part of our nervous system. – Greg Montana, founder of

The heart and the other glands form a unified nervous system that operates independently of the brain’s nervous system. When someone talks about your chakras being “out of alignment,” this is the meaning of it. The heart’s nervous system isn’t working toward the same goals as the brain’s nervous system and the friction between the two is causing problems in your life.

The Heart Chakra’s Dual Functionality

The heart chakra functions to put you in touch with your divine purpose. It makes you aware of what you are meant to by pointing out the things you desire and the things you don’t. The heart chakra functions as a compass, continually pointing you toward the purpose you were meant to live. The heart chakra also acts as a filter, protecting you from self-doubts and the doubts of others, so that you can confidently claim your purpose despite all the misconceptions around you.

The Heart Chakra and the Thymus: Defending You From Both Internal and External Negativity

From conception until puberty, just as happens with the Thymus, there is a divine protection over your heart chakra that helps to protect you from your own negative emotions and thoughts and from the negative thoughts and emotions of the people around you. That divine protection is there to help you build up your immunity to all of the negative things in life so that you will continue pursuing your purpose in spite of it all. However, that protection is removed around the age of puberty.

It is around puberty that many of us begin to doubt ourselves and to encounter people who cause us to believe that our purpose is not something that is meant for us to do. Our life’s struggle is to learn to listen to our heart and to get back in touch with that purpose.

A Blocked Heart Chakra Cuts off the Flow

When your heart chakra is blocked, so is the flow of information from the divine to the heart. That flow tells your heart chakra how to live out your purpose and what steps you should be taking. If you aren’t living in the flow, you’ll find everything much harder to do. Everything is a struggle because you’re not getting enough of the divine life breath in you to keep doing it.

When you aren’t living that purpose, nothing else in your life feels right. You may find material success, but you will not find the satisfaction in it that you desire. You may find romantic success, but the relationships won’t be fulfilling. In fact, nothing that you do will feel as good as you thought they would. The depression you feel is meant to point you toward finding your purpose so that you can begin to live it.

A Heart Chakra That Is Too Open Drains the Flow

Flow is good, but too much flow and you get drained out. There’s no direction to the flow. It spills out of you and never reaches its intended destination. The flow is an intensely creative place, but if it’s all flow, there’s no delivery because the projects don’t get completed.

Discovering Your Purpose

It can take years for a person to unlock their purpose on their own. As a child, you knew it instinctively. It was something you wanted to be with all of your heart. However, as you got older you were told you could never be that. You were told that you wouldn’t be able to survive if you committed yourself to that path, so you abandoned it and tried going elsewhere. The disappointment you felt hurt your heart and so your mind blocked the memory to try and protect you from danger.

Restoring Balance to the Heart Chakra

The challenge of the heart chakra is the need to align the heart and the brain together so that you are benefitting from the creative energy of the flow but are able to execute and complete the ideas so that everyone benefits. This is how balance is restored.

Next: The Throat Chakra and the Thyroid

The throat chakra and the thyroid connect the brain to the heart. In our next article, we’ll explore just what the thyroid has to tell us about the throat chakra and our relationship to the supernatural.

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