Friday, April 8, 2011

HD: Emotional Solar-Plexus Center Waves

The way Gate 6 is described, it doesn't sound like a WAVE. He describes it as a motor that idles or stalls. That isn't a WAVE, that's mechanics. Does anyone get this metaphor? Is there anything anyone can share with me about this Gate? My sun is there and my earth is in 36, 36 is a WAVE...a wave's wave, really. And I get that....but Gate 6 is simply a motor that's on or off, do I have that right?


A Wave
The emotional center goes up and down in a biochemical wave. This wave can be a few seconds long or several years. A defined solar plexus will have millions of waves intertwined. Each circuit has a distinct wave style. The three streams are the tribal, individual and collective, with the keynotes Need/Passion/Desire respectively. Furthermore, each channel has minor emotional keynotes:

19/49 NEED


30/36 DESIRE


The tribal wave slowly builds and crashes quickly . Imagine a family that works hard to build a good life. Things are going good, life is getting better. And then one day somebody is hit by a car. From one moment to the next the emotions crash. 

The tribal emotional keynote is Need. The most basic theme underlying need is sensitivity (19-49). These are the most most sensitive or insensitive or oversensitive beings beings on the planet. Their sensitivity builds slowly, but can plummet very quickly and they become insensitive to your needs, for example. 

The (49/37) is the ratchet/snap wave. Ratcheting is two steps forward and one step back. Like a car stuck in snow or ditch, rocking back and forth to build momentum to get out of the spot. If you say something they feel is insensitive you may not get a reaction in the moment. It takes time to build, to ratchet up to a point of snapping. They take it in and sit with it but inside it is building up, and then with no real event of consequence, maybe a slight transgression or look, they snap. Their emotions explode.

The 59/6, although tribal, is an exception. It works as an idle/stall stall energy. In this case the crash is a stall. For example, since this is the channel of intimacy, stalling creates the pleasure of orgasm. It is the reopening and the returning on of the motor that floods the being with pleasure after a slow build up to climax. This channel is an exception becuase the 6th gate actually embodies all three of the other wave energies.


The individual (55/22) passion is vastly different from need. Need is need in the basic sense. If you want to see what human being really need in this life then go to the source of need (19) and you’ll see the need for proper resources, shelter, god, food, and partner is all there. If you do not have this it immediately creates problems in the tribe. 

But passion is not about need. Passion is rubbing two sticks together and building a fire that’s so hot, it cracks the rocks underneath. Passion does not burn like an immediate fire like desire. Passion often starts very cool. This is a channel of emoting and putting the emotion out. The 39-55 is born theatrics like Marlon Brando. It is about getting the emotions out.

The wave of the individual is spike/lock. It is difficult to read the emotional quality of the individual. Almost all are operating in a lock state. The nature of where that lock is goes back to the very beginning of their process in this life. Individuals don’t really wave, they spike and when they spike, they lock. 

If a 39-55 child has a traumatic experience when they are young they can end up with a locked frequency at a certain level and may stay slightly below or above this level that is considered a norm and it is very hard to read them. 

The passion and its connection to the lock are at the very mystery of romantic love. The passion can build to such a point that one is locked into that passion. This is where you have the tradition of unrequited love. You spend a lifetime enthralled and adoring somebody you can never have and yet not feeling unfulfilled. 

When you are dealing with individuality and mutation, there is a deep potential for depression. This is a deeply creative process leading up to the 12th gate. It is possible for individuals to be locked into deep spikes and never recover. There are many examples of creative beings who get locked into deep melancholies and depressions.


Desire (30/36) is not passion and doesn’t have a chance to grow. Desire must never be confused with need. It is one of the mysteries of the human experiential way that beneath the motor there is no consciousness. It is just a motor and part of the magnificence of the choicelessness of being. 

The collective way shows us that we have no choice but to go from inexperience to experience, driven by desire. There is no choice at all. What is so dynamic in the nature of desire is that this is the crash and explode wave. There is nothing like the explosion at the end of a crash wave. 

Not all of this has to be so dramatic. Many emotional beings regardless of their level of awareness begin to recognize the impact of their emotional field one way or the other. Many of these beings feel guilty for being emotional. The solar plexus center is one of the great binaries. It has horror and the absolute of the pleasure that it can bring. Unfortunately there is so much not-self emotional, no truth in the now blundering on the planet and we all have to live with the aftermath of it. 

The process of desire is never about satisfaction. It can never be satisfied. Satisfaction is logical. It’s in the 18-58. You can never be satisfied if you are ruled by desire. It can only bring you more desire. Without it we would still be hunter/gathers. The desire drives us forward at a great pace.

Solar Plexus Center-Gennaro


VirginisAntares said...

Hello Shannon,

I have the channel of intimacy, and no other gates at all in the solar plexus. So my emotional wave is 100% 'idle\stall.'

My experience of the emotional world is that it has a cycle and a tide, but my emotional state at any given time is either calm or distressed. There is no slow climb or rapid descent or oscillation. I am calm, and then I am not.

Another way to see this is to consider how intimacy works in a time \ real world sense. I meet someone and I engage with them on an intimate level, and then the date\ night\ party is over and I must disengage. This channel operates with intimate connections, and one is either being intimate or not. Yes, it is on or off, like quantum mechanics.

The off state (in stall) is not the same as shut down. It is more like waiting. I make this point because calm--not calm is not the same as peaceful vs. acting out. It is happily engaged vs. unhappily waiting.

Shannon Rae said...

Thank you so much for you comment. I really get so much out of your description of the 59/6 idle/stall. Describing it as being calm or distressed is much more practical and I can feel that.

Dena L. Moore said...

I wanted to agree with VirginisAntares, the description of being happily engaged vs unhappily waiting is perfect! I feel that way too and I have the 59-6 as well as the 40/37. I, however, never 'shut down' or 'shut off' or fully disengage. Even when I am not actively being intimate with someone, I am still being intimate with them on a non-physical level (in the astral, or on a psychic level). But the longer I have to wait for 'real' contact and connection, the more frustrated and unhappy I become, but it eventually subsides and I'm back to that calm state again, even if I do not 'blow up' (which is becoming more and more rare as I grow older. 40 years old now).

Shannon Rae said...

OMG, me too Dena! ''But the longer I have to wait for 'real' contact and connection, the more frustrated and unhappy I become...''

I feel the 6 as a ''purrrrr'' sensation.

Shannon Rae said...

Found this is an old friends blog when we were first getting into HD in 2006. It had to do with ''Frozen'' emotional that even talked about these days?

For the 50% of the population whose actions are based on what they feel is right, change is the only constant and nothing is absolute. All emotions come in waves of alternating highs and lows that dissipate over time. Riding high or falling fast with emotions of the moment there can be no clarity until the wave subsides. Thus there is no truth in the moment and acting spontaneously can be very destructive. Emotional beings are constantly riding one or more emotional waves and understanding the cyclical nature of their feelings is the key to their stability. However, when we associate the fulfillment of our emotional needs to a specific feeling we then attach our sense of well being to a specific point on the emotional wave. Thus when at any other point on the wave this attachment causes us to feel like that need is going unmet.