Updated: Jun 10, 2021
There is nothing more powerful than words. They can end relationships, friendships, begin wars, destroy confidence, and change lives forever. When the Essential Tolmahr 7th chakra is operating clearly, it awakens our ability to wisely and effectively choose our words and be inspired by what you are getting ready to create with your words.
Tol-mahr shows us the long-term effect of our choice of words and empowers us to think before we speak. It reveals to us when we are attempting to manipulate others and creates the awareness of the responsibility that it brings. If we choose words that are meant to intentionally hurt another then we are responsible for the pain it creates in their life.
Tol-mahr also is capable of eliminating the fear that prohibits us from speaking forth when we recognize injustice in our life.
Ruler of the Endocrine System
The endocrine system consists of glands that secrete hormones into the tissue fluids and blood that affects the function of multiple areas of the body. The system consists primarily of the pituitary, pineal, thyroid, parathyroid, thymus, adrenals, and pancreas.
Hormones affect our height and build, sexual activity, mental sharpness, ability to respond to stress and more. There is not a single body cell whose activity is not in some way affected by hormones secreted by the endocrine system.
The thyroid, located at the base of the neck on both sides of the windpipe, regulates the rate of chemical processes in the body. Hormonal secretions of the pituitary gland regulate the activity of the thyroid. The thyroid is one of the master glands and if it produces either too much or too little thyroxin, serious life-threatening disorders may result.
When we find ourselves in relationships or careers that become detrimental to our physical, emotional, or mental health, Tol-mahr drives us to speak up. It creates the use of words that will bring about the change of the situations to positive ones. What do you want if a choice is no longer working for you? Do you stay choose stuck and what's the use? Or - Do you rise up and birth new manifestations in your life?
Your next step brings you into an aspect of The Trinity. As you become one with the Father, Son and Spirit, you must now activate recreative power. You must realize the potential of the Father/Mother, Son/ Daughter and Spirit/Self and come into balance with it. For only then will you be capable of accepting the responsibility that comes with creating something new.
The Trinity exists as The Father, which is your origin, The Sun, which is your sustenance and The Spirit, which is your continuance. Therefore, when you proclaim something in the name of The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit, all of your being is in complete balance and harmony.
To find The Trinity becoming as one, balanced and aligned, we must understand ourselves as a reflection of God. We must know the part of God that dwells within us and the part of us that dwells within God. To discover this you must take The Trinity aspect of yourself, bring it into balance, and express it outward. You must put aside the limitation of stereotyped behavior and recognize the fullness of your own being. You must take responsibility for your choices and actions. Through separateness, fear is born. Through wholeness, fear is absolved by love.
Speaking from within, where we realize the potential of our choices, we begin to become responsible beings. A truly aligned being utilizes the power of their words for positive creative manifestation. Words spoken from a place of anger create a response of anger or destruction. Words spoken with fear elicit actions of fear. When we activate responsibility for our words, we begin to access the power of change. Through our words we manifest the ability to lift up or tear down another individual and our world.
Allowing the will to be expressed only from a point of balance creates positive change.
If an individual cannot recognize the beauty and potential of their own spirit, they cannot create beauty around themselves. This person continues to place the source of results outside of their choices and cannot create change.
The creative use of will is based in a recognition of cause and effect. This recognition guides the individual to wise choices and the joy found in positive results.