Are you feeling stressed, worried and disconnected? It might be your root chakra that is out of balance. Here is what you can do about it!
The Root Chakra (Mooladhara Chakra in sanskrit) is located at the base of the spine and the color of this chakra is red. The word connected to this chakra is "I am" and the balancing mantra is "Lam". The Root Chakra stands for connection to the earth, survival instincts, basic needs, inherited believes and self-preservation.
You probably heard about chakras, but maybe not really understood what they are. Here is a guide that helps you understand the chakras and how to keep them in balance.
Chakras are centers of energy, located on the mid-line of the body and outside the body (over the head and down into the earth). The chakras houses our mental and emotional strengths, but if we have physical issues it created a weakness in our emotional behavior. And vice versa. So you want your chakras to be opened and balanced and there are many techniques to do that. And there are ways to figure out which of your chakra that is closed and imbalanced.
You’ve probably seen them worn by yogis. You know that necklace with gemstones or sandalwood beads, with a tassel or a big stone dangling at the end. But what is a mala? Is it just a pretty necklace or some sort of spiritual tool for hippie dippies?
What is a mala? What is the meaning of the number 108? How do you meditate with a mala? And what is the proper way to take care of a mala? Learn everything (well almost everything) you want to know here!