Voice of Root (Muladhara) Chakra :
“You are Divinely Supported. You have the right to be supported because you are born”
Introduction : The 1st Chakra - Root Chakra is also called Muladhara Chakra. Muladhara is a Sanskrit word. The meaning of Muladhara is 'root' or 'support'.
Location: Near the base end of the spinal column
Musical Note: C
Glandular Connection: Adrenal glands
Frequency: 1000 -1200 Hz
Objective: Birth issues, survival patterns, generational patterns, grounding, money, food and health issues
Depiction : The Root (Muladhara) Chakra is depicted as a four leafed lotus with a square in its centre in which a triangle facing downward is depicted.
Location : This Chakra is located at the end of the spinal cord at the tail-bone in the back and the pubic bone in the front.
Description: The Root Chakra gives Support & Stability for your nourishment and growth. Support and Stability is the beginning stage of life that makes you grounded and secure; essentially the clear association of Root (Muladhara) Chakra or a balanced Root is with Survival and Safety. All that you have achieved in the material world is derived from the energy of the Root (Muladhara) Chakra. The life lesson this Chakra teaches us is to support oneself in order to attract support from the world. When this Chakra is blocked, you may feel frightened, paranoid, insecure and frustrated. Physical problems that coincide with a blockage in this Chakra are obesity, anorexia nervosa, sore knees, arthritis, hip problems, problems of the lower back, the glandule suprarenal’s, the spinal cord and the reproductive organs.
Is Your Root (Muladhara) Chakra Healthy Or Blocked?
What is a Blocked Root (Muladhara) Chakra?
If you have a healthy Root (Muladhara) Chakra, then, you will be seen with strong sense of Security and Safety in life. You will be well-grounded, with "common sense." The practical side of your life will usually function fairly smoothly. You will have a sense of having (or will easily get) sufficient material resources to meet your needs. You will fairly be at ease with your body. Often, though not always, you will have a relatively healthy physical body, with healthy bones, feet, legs, colon and adrenal glands. Your bowels will function well, and your weight will be in a healthy range.
If the Root (Muladhara) chakra is blocked, you may feel overly fearful about Security and Survival. Perhaps you could be experiencing extreme anxiety, or panic attacks. You may be ungrounded, flighty, fearful, and have a feeling of not really belonging anywhere and also feel unsupported. You might have a weak physical constitution, and problems with your bones, feet, legs, colon, elimination, or weight. Your common sense would be low, and you will mostly feel "unsettled and would not be able to settle with right opportunities." You night not to hold down to a job, or may move often. Sometimes an unhealthy f Root (Muladhara) will manifest in the opposite way, with a person being overly practical, plodding, a creature of habit, unable to dream or imagine.
If you feel there is no support system in your life or there is a lack of nurturing (or just a perceived lack), low back pain is usually the first symptom (can include sciatica). There can be blockages in your body including varicose veins, tumors or polyps in the rectal region, depression, immune-related disorders, mental or emotional problems, a lack of self- understanding, attachment to family background and beliefs and behaviors learned from them, superstitions, pain in the legs, feet, and everything that flows down from the lower back into the toes.
When Energy Is Not Flowing Freely In Root Chakra, Some Of The Following Physical Symptoms Arise:
Balanced Root (Muladhara) Chakra:
Person with a well-balanced Root (Muladhara) Chakra appear grounded and are usually very healthy, and earthy types. They have the ability to support themselves and feel at home with themselves and the world.
Overactive Root (Muladhara) Chakra:
If your Root (Muladhara) Chakra spins too fast it can negatively affect your ‘interaction quality’ with your environment. It might manifest in your behaviour such as over smartness or bullying and self-centeredness. There is also the tendency to be overly materialistic and engage in physical foolhardiness like extreme sports or other forms of risk taking.
Underactive Root (Muladhara) Chakra:
If your Root (Muladhara) is spinning very sluggishly or not at all, it affects your ability to remain grounded. You may appear very spacey, incapable of inner stillness, and have difficulties in achieving your goals. Life might be a constant struggle to provide for life's necessities, always fearful and not feeling safe in your physical existence. Often issues like low self-understanding and self-destructive behaviour is associated with a blocked Root (Muladhara) Chakra. You might come across too emotionally needy and always looking for Safety and Security in groups.
Illnesses associated with Root (Muladhara) Chakra:
Diseases affecting the bones are osteoarthritis, chronic lower back pain, sciatica and varicose veins are related to Root (Muladhara) imbalance. Most forms of depression, addictions like alcoholism and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders will also be related to Root (Muladhara) issues together with the under-functioning of other energetic areas. Physical problems that coincide with a blockage in Root (Muladhara) are obesity, anorexia nervosa, piles, sore knees, leg/ankle pains, arthritis, hip problems, problems of the tail bone and the reproductive organs.
The 10 basic things to do to start Balancing Your Root (Muladhara) Chakra:
You can heal and balance your Root (Muladhara) through many practical, every-day things that you can do.
Here are ten ideas: belly breathe walk, especially walk barefoot in nature dance mindfully eat healthy food, especially eat root vegetables or healthy "comfort food", create healthy order or structure in your life or home such as creating a filing system or putting up shelves in the garage or basement if you have belongings scattered in various places, take steps to "bring them home" wear a pleasing shade of red Center yourself in relation to your environment and what it offers you, and be open minded to every change that happens to come across your path.
Repeat affirmations such as: "I am safe." "I have the right to be here." I am Divinely Supported. I have the right to be supported because I am born. "I have a right to be me." "My environment is a Safe and Secure place." "Life is good." "Everything is going to work out just fine." "I belong." "I have all that I need." "The Universe provides for me sufficiently." "All is well and I can let down my guard and rest."
Tip: Surround yourself with pleasing, earthy smells, such as essential oils of cedar, clove, or patchouli.
As the Root (Muladhara) Chakra is polluted by negative thoughts, and by the negative emotions that come from a certain kind of thinking,there are effects that felt in the body in the form of physical symptoms. The Root (Muladhara) Chakra governs the large intestine, perineum, pubic bone, coccyx, legs, teeth, feet and bones. When it is not balanced it can manifest as constipation, hemorrhoids and other dysfunctions of the bowels, the lower back, base of spine, legs and feet, disorders with bones and teeth, general poor health and a lack of vitality and energy all point to a blocked Root (Muladhara) Chakra.