Materiality. Trust. Grounding
I Key Points
Root Chakra, Basic Chakra, Root Center, Base Center, 1st Chakra
Mūlādhāra – root, prop
Between anus and genitals, located at the base of our spine
Opens down, picks up energy from below
Four-petalled lotus flower
I How to Support?
There are many ways to support your Root Chakra.
For example, you can engage more in grounding and earth-related activities (for example, connection with nature, gardening, cooking healthy, hiking)
The main idea is to work at growing your ”roots” in a safe and comfortable environment (i.e., surround yourself with earth colors, objects reminding you of nature, stability; or on the contrary, if you wish to feel less stuck, do the opposite)
Clematis, Sweet Chestnut, Rock Rose
Clove, rosemary, ginger, vetiver, cypress, cedar, sandalwood
Dammar, camphor, frankincense, myrrh, cedar, spikenard, musk, sandalwood, aloe wood, oakmoss, vetiver, patchouli, carnation, copal
Agate, blood jasper, garnet, red coral, ruby, garnet, hematite, onyx, rhodonite, black tourmaline
Yoga, Makko Ho Exercises and there like…
Maybe you want to book your Chakra Balance treatment right away? I am looking forward to wonderful treatments!
Enjoy. Get inspired.
And as always
Be realistic…plan a miracle!
I Indicators of a balanced Root ChakraRead More
primal trust and primal instincts
connection to all earthly
relationship to the material level of life (money, power, career, etc.)
stability and inner strength
good health constitution
stable bones and nails
good problem-free digestion and excretion
I Indicators of blockages in the Root ChakraRead More
Disorders of the Root Chakra are often caused by difficulties and burdens in the childhood (3-5 years), if sufficient safety and security was not experienced.
In later years, the Root Chakra is mainly blocked by experiences of physical violence, existential fears, social fears and a lack of higher calling and connection to one’s soul.
A disturbance in the Root Chakra can lead to escape behavior – drugs, alcohol, food, consumption, sex addiction – but also to a spiritual escape behavior.
It can come to unconscious compensatory or even punitive actions. In addition to diseases such as bulimia and anorexia or a burn-out syndrome.
Furthermore to excessive attachment to relationships and circumstances, there may also be attachment to mental concepts, ideologies, and beliefs.
Many fears can arise, such as: Existential anxiety, fear of survival, fear of change, fear of not belonging to a family or a tribe, being afraid of being in the body; Phobias (e.g. from spiders or the like); also mental weakness, depression
Symptoms on the physical level include bowel disease, hemorrhoids, constipation, diarrhea, low back pain, lumbago, sciatica, bone disease, osteoporosis, leg and leg pain, varices and venous disorders, anemia, blood pressure fluctuations, stress-related illnesses, allergic complaints
I GeneralRead More
Also known as the 1st or Root Chakra is considered by many to be the most important Chakra because it is the Chakra that connects us to our physical world.
Located at the base of our spine, it is the Root Chakra that governs over our physical energies, giving us a sense of safety and security with other people and ourselves.
Since the Root Chakra is the foundation and basis of our existence and evolution as a soul in a body, it also represents the bridge to the physical world, the soul’s entry into the experience of being incarnated.
It is important to balance this chakra first before balancing the others, from an energetic stand-point, as it is widely believed that this is where we draw our life force energy from.
If you are not properly grounded (or rooted into the ground) you simply can not balance the other chakras properly. This is the first level of human consciousness.
I Other aspects 1st ChakraRead More
Original life force
basic survival needs of humans
physical level of sexuality
Attachment to the earth
Relationship to the material level of life
Stability and assertiveness
The ability to be grounded and to be present here and now. The root chakra also seeks to connect the person to his mother and mother earth
I Physical RelationsRead More
Solid components of the body, bones, spine, teeth and nails. Affects the intestine, prostate, blood and cell structure
Sense of smell
Adrenals / spleen and probably the Peyer’s lymphoid follicles
Epinephrine, norepinephrine, aldosterone, cortisone