There are four aspects to a chakra’s structure. These are vertical placement, left and right side, front and back, and inner and outer wheel. Also, the nature of a chakra’s spin, clockwise and counterclockwise.
The lower a chakra is with the body, the smaller and slower its vibration and the more tangible its effects. The higher it is located in the body, the higher and faster its vibration and the more spiritual its effects.
Left and Right sides
Chakras have a left and right side, determined to the body. This means that a chakra’s left hand is on the left side of your body, and a chakra’s right hand is on the right side.
This is important because each side of the body has a purpose, the left side manages Yin (feminine), and the right side manages Yang (masculine), issues. However, it is essential to remember that the brain coordinates with the opposite side of the body. Therefore, the right brain runs the left side, and the left brain runs the right side. Both sides need to cooperate to ensure a balanced approach to life. Chakras help us achieve this state by exchanging energy between their right and left sides.
Front and Back
Chakras have a front and back in relation to the body. In general, the backside of a chakra receives information; the front side disseminates information. The backside also related to the subconscious, the unconscious soul. This means that the backside of chakra filters out and brings in data based on past lives, childhood, and additional factors such as the data carried on the outer wheel of the chakras.
The front side formulates our everyday self. It reveals our personality to the world and instructs the world how to treat us. It is programmed by our conscious self-fulfills our decisions. It is also affected by the energy entering through the backside.
Inner and Outer Wheels
Each chakra is composed of wheels. These operate like hubs that separate a chakra into external and internal components and, respectively, worldly and spiritual programs.
Both wheels store information and memory. Memories turn into programs, much like software on a computer. The program formulates a filter system that decides what data can enter a chakra or not. The memories also assist with data interpretation and dissemination. Either part of a chakra wheel interacts with the information that matches the vibrational band (energy around the chakra) of the chakra, deciding how to relate to information based on the programs.