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Muladhara / Root chakra

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Hello All,

The stats of my blog show that a lot of you liked the post “The 7 Chakras“. So, here is some more information in continuation to this post. I found this information in my yoga class and thought of sharing with all of you who take keen interest in this topic.

Muladhara chakra or Root chakra

MuladharaThe first chakra called as Muladhara chakra or Root chakra is located at the base of spine. It has a yellow square mandala representing the Earth principle. The sound vibrations of the four-crimson colored petals (vam, sam, sham and sam) are read clockwise from the upper-right hand petal. At this point, lies our dormant Kundalini. It is awakened by rigorous meditation and intense purification of body and mind. Meditation on the muladhara chakra confers the knowledge of the Kundalini as well as the means of awakening Her. It bestows breath and mind control, and knowledge of past, present and future.

Watch out this space for information on rest of the chakras…

Till then…stay happy & healthy!

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Energy Level of Chakras

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My last post on chakras was a brief introduction to the 7 chakras present in
human body. If you want to gather some more information on the 7 chakras, you can subscribe to an ecourse here.

In this post, I will talk about the energy levels of these chakras. How the imbalance in energy in any chakra can put our body off its mental and physical balance.

chakrasleonardo2The word “chakra” is derived from Sanskrit language. It means “wheel.” Our bodily energy rotates in these wheels continuously. Have you ever thought what happens if there is a blockage in this rotation of energy?

Do you know that each chakra rotates at a different speed. The root chakra rotates at the slowest speed while the crown chakra at the highest. There roatation/vibration can be stimulated by gemstones and colors which are complimentary to the chakras.

How would one realize that there is a blockage in the flow of energy across chakras? Let’s see. Read the rest of this entry