Originally Posted by Debzoid
especially after using the natal chakra activation.
For example if all your planets are Yang-emissive then what does that infer. Plus what if a chakra has no planets at all - how does this affect the person. And can it be compensated for, after all if your chakras are imbalanced you can meditate etc to rebalance them but in this the planets are natal and I presume therefore not subject to influence?
Any input would be helpful.
One person has 7 chakras, but according to this theory only 6 of them are manifested, therefore visible in the natal chart. It is considered as each chakra has two sides, one is Yang (emissive), the other one is Yin (receptive). That makes 12 "chakra sectors".
As there are only 10 main planets to play with, it is obvious that there will always be some chakras which won't have a natal planetary activation. That's fine, it's like in a natal chart - when there are some empty houses. It's not bad. It just represents a level which is not very important for that person.
If all planets are in the right (Yang) side of the Sushumna projection (=Nodal Axis), as viewed from front, it means that the persons is mostly active, focused on making its own way in the world, has a very good control on its life, but very little receptivity, little energy, little interest... and so on.
I'm trying to explain it the best I can, please reply if this isn't the answer you expected.