Emotional Anatomy

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What is Emotional Anatomy

Emotional Anatomy is a body-mind-soul assessment tool. As you create so are you created. Your feelings are the vocabulary of the body, it goes to say that when you hold an emotion for a long period of time and it becomes chronic it will manifest in your body to have an effect on you physically and your Chakras (energy centres) from Root to Throat. The physical body can display the effects by the size or shape as well as if an area is balanced, blocked, depleted, drained, swollen or rigid (only some of conditions). These can attribute to the Chakras being in a healthy state or not flowing, no energy, energy flowing through too quickly, not feeling enough or not being flexible. 

Your skeletal alignment can also provide information about your energetic preferences. Such as your right foot turned out may have you in your masculine energies of acting more out of logic to be the provider of all thing tangible. Turning away from your feminism side of feeling, intuition and stillness. 

Just think what affect could that be having on you physically in other areas or it may be showing up in your family and work life? This knowledge enables you to determine the best course of authentic action in all areas of your life.

Is it time for your to let go of your old story? 4 Elements Personal Training on the Sunshine Coast can help you to identify the cause or effect of emotions as well as help you set your path to bring your body back into balance.


* Improved physical, Mental and emotional health

* Reduced mind chatter, stress and tension

* Reduced anxiety and depressiON

Enhance Your Body, Mind & Spirit

Throat Chakra (Blue)

The Throat Chakra is the point of communication and self expression. It is where you voice your creativity, choice and sensitivity. As well as the point of make sound it is the area you listen and hear sound. It is knowing you have the right to speak, to be heard and to hear.

Communication is not only audible, the Throat Chakra guides your self-expression through art of any description or the written word. It is where I find the movement of yoga a place to be able to express yourself with sensitivity and surrender. 

Primary Impulse: Communication

Purpose: Choice

Identity: Creativity (Self-expression)

Rights: The right to speak

Demon: Lies

Words associated to the throat chakra: Communication, Self-expression, Truth, Choice, Creativity, Sensitivity, Intuition, Symbolic sight, Resonance, Surrender, Etheric body, The voice, Listening and Will.

What is your throat chakra telling you?

Heart Chakra (Green)

The Heart Chakra is the centre of our being. It is the balance point of the upper and lower chakras. The heart is where you experience unconditional love of self and others, gratitude, peace, forgiveness and enlightenment.

From the heart you move up into the throat chakra for communication and/or down to the solar plexus for action in your best interest.

Primary Impulse: Connection

Purpose: Love

Identity: Social (Self-acceptance)

Rights: The right to love

Demon: Resentment


The words associated with the heart chakra: Love, Compassion, Gratitude, Responsibility, Presence, Balance, Self-refelextion, Self-acceptance, Relationship, Intimacy, Grief, Devotion, Bitterness, Rage, Rejection, Resentment and Social acceptance.

Solar Plexus Chakra (Yellow)

The Solar Plexus Chakra is where you begin to take responsibility for your life from the inside out. It take courage to forge an identity to be lit up by the sun. The saying ‘having some fire in your belly’ could be seen come from the solar plexus as it is associated with the element of fire. The solar plexus is where we start to act from an internal being – the idea of ‘me, myself and I’. It is our space of personal power and self-esteem where we action from confidence and autonomy.

Primary Impulse: Power

Purpose: Transformation

Identity: Identity (Self-definition)

Rights: The right to act

Demon: Shame

The words associated with the solar plexus: play, energy, power, identity, confidence, assertiveness, action, activity, autonomy, the shadow, authority, individuality, trust, self-esteem and proactivity.

Sacral Chakra (Orange)

The Sacral Chakra is associated with the realm of emotions. It’s the center of our feelings and sensations and particularly active in our sexuality and the expression of our sensual and sexual desires. It is associated with water and its characteristics like flow and movement. We also experience desire, need and pleasure from the sacral chakra.  

Primary Impulse: Creativity (intuitive)

Purpose: Freedom

Identity: Emotional (Self-gratification)

Rights: The right to want

Demon: Guilt

Words associated with sacral chakra: Creativity, Addiction, Control, Discipline, Money, Change, Movement, Flow, Sensation, Emotion security, Desire, Need, Pleasure, Duality,

Sexuality, Self-gratification, Contracts, and Emotional trauma.

Root (or Base) Chakra (Red)

The Root Chakra is our foundation for stability, support and survival. It is our first point of development for the chakras on which we build our life. It supports us in growing and feeling safe into exploring all the aspects of life. The root chakra is where we ground ourselves into the earth and anchor our energy into the manifest world.

Primary Impulse: Survival

Purpose: Foundation

Identity: Physical (Self-preservation)

Rights: The right to here

Demon: Fear

Words associated with the base chakra: The body, foundation, Survival, Support, 

Stability, Roots, Grounding, Nourishment, Understanding, Health, Home, Prosperity, Betrayal, Abandonment, Security, Safety, Belonging and Comfort.


    “Thoughts are the language of the brain and feeling are the language of the body and how you think and how you feel creates your state of being”

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