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Muladhara Chakra
Muladhara Chakra Sahashara Chakra Swadhisthana Chakra Manipura Chakra Anahata Chakra vishuddha Chakra Ajna Chakra
Introduction to Chakras

Muladhara Chakra

Support and Stability in life

Life Lessons

Standing up for oneself

Start facing reality and become practical

Realization that I have right to exist and be supported because I was born.

Reasons of Blockage

You feel abandoned by your parents

You perceive a lack of nurturing

You feel you have to survive life with no support and are constantly getting by or going without, here is never enough there is never enough money

you hate your body and feel you are not good enough the way you are

Emotional Effects

Mental lethargy, feeling of spiciness

Incapable of inner stillness

Emotional instability

Feelings of isolation

Avoiding critical issues to be faced in life

Physical Effects

Muladhara Chakra, considered the "root" or "foundation" chakra indicating "support", is one of the seven main chakras, located near the base end of the spinal column, primarily associated with the action of excretion. Muladhara Chakra is associated with survival and safety and teaches us the life lesson of standing up for ourselves.

An individual with a healthy Muladhara Chakra can be spotted out for a strong sense of security and practicality with a healthy physique. On the other hand, if this First Chakra is blocked, a person may lose the sense of belonging; have weak physical structure, problematic bones, weight issues and a fearful outlook towards life in general.

Once the chakra is balanced, physical and emotional symptoms disappear and the wearer is empowered to find his life purpose and face life with renewed energy and vigour.

Effects of Blockage

Feeling overly fearful about security and survival thus end up comprising in job and relationships

Attracting lot of struggles in their life

Unable to settle in life and change jobs often

If overactive, then person may become too idealistic and too attached to family backgrounds, beliefs and behaviors learned from them

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