Great video (by Zzenn) exposing the fallacy of chakras. I have felt for a long time that they're not real, and at best that they're a dogmatic description of psychosomatic symptoms that people may have when their energy moves around in the body. I mean, that's what you call Kundalini, right? So everyone has it. It's the source of one's consciousness, and in fact is one's consciousness. It's just that it can be asleep, hidden behind mental concepts (and stories), or blocked physically by poor health, bad habits and so on...
The core of all the religions is to be true to what arises in the moment. Jesus (a mythical character) said that God is everything inside and around. The Buddha (also a mythical character) said that everyone has Buddha-nature. The atman is actually Brahman, which is just a longer way of saying anatman (no-self). I'm not trying to lecture anybody, but just sharing some of the insights that made me leave the stories behind. Language is not sufficient. Describing us as human beings (physical bodies) is more accurate than floating invisible souls, projecting themselves in some kind of video game or digital matrix. Describing everything as non-dual awareness or presence is pretty accurate IMHO. Then we can call it "God", but even that's just a word. It has no actual meaning other than whatever hypnotic effect it has physically in people's brains, when they perceive and process the sound waves of spoken language. Words don't mean jack shit, and that's the main illusion that people are stuck in IMO. Most people are unable to process the experience without getting lost in language. Every single thing we think becomes like a distortion and a filter that hides the actual reality that we're perceiving in the moment. I think that's what scares people the most. Just leaving it "blank".
In my experience, saying anything at all about my emotions is actually lying. I don't call them positive or negative. I just feel them, and accept them completely, and then I do whatever needs to be done at that moment. I may look like an idiot to other people, but that's fine by me because most other people look like idiots to me, as well.
Just my two cents.