We can use chakra meditation to help understand the nuances of our body, pinpoint our areas of weakness or overuse, and bring healing to those specific energetic centers.
Each of the chakras has traditional meanings that help us focus on tendencies that characterize the specific energy center. If we meditate upon each center in a progressive fashion from bottom to top, we become acquainted with a more nuanced understanding of our deepest self. By accessing each center or wheel, we activate its innate dynamism which propels us to a new level of vibrancy.
The first chakra, Muladhara or Root Chakra, originates from the base of our spine and governs down through the bottom of our feet. Muladhara, which means “root-support,” is traditionally pictured as red… Read More