I want to preface this with understanding that not everyone is going to begin this with a resonance with the concept of the sins as pro-ported by organized religion. Completely understandable. However we CAN actually understand the nature of our emotional / spiritual energies by examining the powerful and profound effects that our emotions and mental states have on our well-being in mind, body, and spirit. As you proceed , please keep in mind that the concept of sin can and should be observed without projection of implication & persecution.
Most by now have some conceptual idea of the “Seven Deadly Sins” or the “Seven Graces” by now. If we can remove ourselves from the connotation of their origin within organized religion (and we should) we can actually see an interesting correspondence with each chakra. It’s very interesting to see how completely separate spiritual paths can share kernels of truth in spite of never blending or crossing over one another. The systems compliment each other extremely well. Now the concept of sin as it is understood in the Western World is something I find to be a difficult matter. Sin in “westernese” is fraught with connotations of persecution, judgment, and guilt. However, if we are to maintain any spiritual acumen we must release this conditioning and consider how sin might be better understood. In the East, impurity is not something that is considered a thing of guilt or judgment, but merely a part of the human condition. It is only here in the west where we have allowed our egos to impose a sort of superficial perfectionism on the concept of sin and purity. Let that go.