MULADHARA – ROOT CHAKRA or Base Chakra
The first of the seven major chakras is the Root or Base Chakra.
The root or base chakra is like the roots that connect us to the earth that energy may run up to the highest branches of Spirit.
Sanskrit Name: Muladhara
The root or base chakra is the base of our existence on earth. It is related to our very existence, manifestation on the earthly plane, our physical well-being, security, and groundedness. Without a balanced root chakra, energy can not move upward properly to the other chakras properly.
Root Chakra is Associated With
connection to Earth, empowerment, existence, family, gravity, groundedness, growth, health (physical), individuality, loving life, money, nourishment, safety, security, self-esteem, shelter, stability, strength, survival, tribe, vitality
Primary – red, black; Also – brown, gray
at the coccyx (tailbone), perineum (between sex organs and anus)
The Root Chakra says,
“I am here and I love life.”
It is associated in many mythologies with dragons and serpents, which are also related to kundalini. The Sanskrit word Muladhara means root or support. This chakra, the first chakra, is considered one of the “lower” chakras because it is in the first three of the seven major chakras.
Anat, Ceridwen, Dakini, Demeter, Erda, Ereshkigal, Gaia, Ganesha, Lakshmi
Beneficial Activities, Foods and More
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adrenals, anus, back, bladder, bones, colon, feet, hips, kidneys, legs, lymph system, nose (related to sense of smell), prostate (men), skeletal system, teeth
Signs of Balanced or Imbalanced Root Chakra Energy and Related Dis-ease
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Dragons are associated with this chakra and kundalini.
Learn about all the seven major chakras.
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A Beginner’s Guide To The Chakras by Marion McGeough
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