Chakras & The Archangels (And Science!)

For God has not given us a spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. 2 Timothy 1:7 

Every good and perfect gift is from above coming down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow or turning.  James 1:17 

*First I'll give some more helpful information about Chakras, the Bible/Christianity and Science. If you already know everything you need to know about these subjects then you can skip down (to the red NOW!) where Archangels & Chakras you want to work with.


As far as we see in any English translation of the Bible, the word “chakra” is nowhere to be found. Because most people relate the Archangels to Christianity I will try and discuss this, as well as any connections chakras can have with science. This may help anyone struggling with these ideas, so you can further make up your mind for yourself on what you believe.


When we search the internet for information on chakras, almost all of the information we come across is written from what many people would call a New Age point of view on this Hindu belief. When we search the internet for a Christian’s perspective on chakras, most findings tell us that chakras are not to be messed with because of their roots in religions other than Christianity.  If we stop right there, then the discussion is over and every Christian needs to slam the door on understanding chakras.  For anyone who doesn't want to slam the door, before getting more information, let’s do a little exploring.


Similar results are found in the science community. Because chakras are unseen, there has been very little scientific exploration into the possibility of their physical existence, and therefore, have been left in the metaphysical world. 

We’ll start with the science of chakras. Without going into the field of quantum physics, let’s just talk biology. 


Supportive Science

We all accept the energy of the body that moves along the nerves.  Electrical impulses happen at the cellular level, and the sparks of life, move from cell to cell and up and down a huge information highway that, collectively, we call the Nervous System.  Quick, unthinking responses (you just touched a hot stove) happen in what we call "a split second."  We don’t even think about it, we just react.  When that happens, nerve impulses move 330 feet per second bypassing the thinking processes.  Some of these nerve impulses are called "extra fast responses" and move at 390 feet per second.  When we do put thought into movement or into studying and thinking, those nerve impulses slow down to 70 to 100 feet per second.  Pain impulses travel at around 2 feet per second, but touch impulses travel at around 250 feet per second.  In other words, you know you touched the edge of the couch much quicker than you feel the pain of stubbing your toe on the couch.


We have this huge communication center via the Nervous System that travels from the top of our heads to the tips of our toes.  We have the Central Nervous System made up of the brain and the spine, and we have the Peripheral Nervous System which connects the brain and spine with the rest of the body. 

We also have another amazing body system called the Endocrine System that works very closely with the Nervous System.  Where the Nervous System is responsible for electrical communication throughout the body, the Endocrine System is responsible for chemical communication throughout the body. Communication by and through the Endocrine System is essential for the health and well-being of the body. Hormones secreted from the endocrine glands are carried through the bloodstream to various organs and tissues of the body [2].  The most important glands of the endocrine system and their connection to the chakras are:

  1. Pituitary - spirituality 

  2. Pineal - intuition 

  3. Thyroid - communication 

  4. Thymus - love 

  5. Pancreas - power 

  6. Ovaries/Testes – sexuality 

  7. Adrenals – survival

If you notice, there are seven main glands, and yes, there are seven main chakras.  Most websites and books on chakras define them as “wheels of energy” or energy centers.  These wheels of energy were first described in ancient Sanskrit writings knows as The Vedas, the Hindu Scriptures. The seven wheels of energy are located near major endocrine glands and are thought to correspond to different states of mind and personalities.  Chakras are known to be transmitters and receivers of energy at the seven glandular points throughout the body.  


Christian Bible Examination

One thing that many Christians have against chakras is the teaching of opening up and balancing our beings beginning at the root because the Hindu religion is part of the teaching. God tells us not to worship Him the way that the other nations worship their gods.  And I am not telling you to ignore His warnings. When we look at the teachings of some websites and books, opening up the root chakra begins with the kundalini spirit. In fact, according to Power Thoughts Meditation Club, “The Kundalini is the ancient description for the energy (or shakti) present within our bodies. It is said that the kundalini stems from the base of the spine and winds its way up to the top of the head, and is often compared to a snake or a serpent." We know that the enemy of God, the devil or Satan, is represented as a serpent. So, it is completely understandable that as Believers in the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and in His son, Jesus the Messiah, who came to earth to defeat this enemy, that we would want nothing to do with this kundalini spirit. 


Are the wheels of energy that God created suddenly evil? Or have others taken what God has created, twisted it and made it something else? 


While chakras aren’t mentioned specifically in the Bible, we can see that it is possible that just as God created our bodies with pathways for energy to flow (nerves, blood, lymph, meridians). He also created these energy centers throughout the body to receive and transmit energy messages. The Devil Does Not poses the power to create a human, nonetheless a humans energy system. He can only use and twist, for his benefit, what was already created by God.


We are more than merely physical beings.  We are also spirit and soul.  Proverbs 20:27 says, “The spirit of man is the lamp of the LORD, Searching all the innermost parts of his being.”  The same word for lamp used to describe the spirit of man is Strong’s H5216 and is the word used to describe the lights of the lampstand (menorah) in the Tabernacle. “And thou shalt make the seven lamps thereof; and they shall light the lamps thereof, that they may give light over against it"


The Lampstand in the Tabernacle of God is a seven branched menorah.  Oil was used to keep the lights burning continually. When pure light is refracted through clouds or a prism, we get different colors, or colored lights. We see these in rainbows and sunrises and sunsets. The energy centers located at the seven main glands of the body respond to, or are activated by, different color lights. Remember that we said that God is the Father of lights?  Not just the Father of light, but lights…. Plural. 


In the beginning, in Genesis, God shares with us the process of creation.  The first thing that happened when God created the heavens and the earth was the Spirit or Breath of God moving over the face of the waters.  That word moving may really be better defined as vibrated (Hebrew word rachaph meaning flutter, move, shake)


Then God said or thought everything into existence. “And God said, ‘Let there be light: and there was light’".  The Hebrew word “amar”