In the Middle of Manipura: A Solar Plexus Story

In the Middle of Manipura: A Solar Plexus Story

A Film by Sarahn Sankofa

In the Middle of Manipura is about the journey through losing and finding your Yellow. Your Yellow, being that life force energy that inspires courage and creativity and aligns your decision-making with clarity and self-assurance. This is a part of my story; the first chapter in my Chakra Series, which will take me through the prism of purpose, prosperity and peace during these next 7 years of my 20’s.


Chakras (“cha-kras”) are various focal points in the human body used in ancient eastern meditation practices. The Sanskrit word, chakra, translates to ‘wheel’.

Chakras are energy centers within the body that help to regulate all of its processes, from organ function, to thought patterns and emotional balance.

There are seven chakras in the body. The 3rd chakra, Manipura, also known as the Solar Plexus chakra, is the source of personal power. This chakra is the center of our decision-making, discipline, clarity and self-assurance.

Author: Sarahn Says

Hello! My name is Sarahn. I am an aspiring life coach/therapist who finds purpose and passion in relating to readers with my words and thoughts on health and wellness, personal reflection and positive lifestyle changes. I'm a lover of nature and nurture and come to you by way of sky high vibes and zucchini fries.

3 thoughts

  1. I would like to have the text to this film written out. Many sentences of it are quite memorable, but they go by so quickly. I got a little overloaded with the strong images and the intriguing poetry. Great job girl! Who did you lose so young?

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    1. Hi Elizabeth! Thank you so much for watching it through! I glad you enjoyed it. I will speak with my co-writer about posting the poetry to see if she is okay with it! I know what you mean about it moving fast! I lost my friends nephew Nickoles! He was 5! Forever my Yellow Angel! Please share this with anyone you think could gain from it! I’ll get back to you with the poetry!

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