Root Chakra Also known as Mooladhar Chakra in Sanskrit, is located at the base of the spine or coccyx area. The colour of this chakra is Red. The Root chakra or Mooladhar Chakra is the center of self-preservation and is governed by earth element. Self-preservation is an instinct required in every field of life. The Root chakra or Mooladhar chakra is also the focal point of dynamic activities. Its subtle aspect is stability and its fundamental aspect is smell (Gandh). This chakra controls and energizes the muscular and skeletal system. The mantra for the earth element is Om Lam (‘ॐ लं’). The earth element controls bones, muscles, cells, blood and bone marrow.
- The Root chakra helps in the production of blood and also affect of the quality of the blood. The Basic chakra also controls and energizes the bone marrow.
- The growth rate of the cells and the adrenaline glands which are located above kidney are controlled by the this chakra
- The part of the transmuted root chakra energy helps in the smooth functioning of the brain and the chakras of the head.
- People with highly activated Root chakra are robust and healthy.
The malfunction of Root chakra may manifest as
Back pain, waist pain, knee pain, arthritis, rheumatism, osteoarthritis, sciatica, muscle cramps, unhinging joints, spondylitis, slipped disc, bamboo spine, shoulder pain, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, heel ache, anaemia, leukaemia, kidney diseases, decrease in height, lack of immunity, slow healing of wounds, heart diseases, brain ailments and sex ailments etc.
People with underactive and depleted Root chakra tend to be sluggish, impractical and unrealistic, also, psychological disorders such as depression, suicidal tendencies, restless-fidgety nature, indecisiveness, insomnia, impractical attitude and non-implementation of decided things can occur.
By Swayampurna treatment, the defects of Root or Mooladhar chakra can be cured and it is strengthened and balanced, so that all the above illnesses can be eradicated.
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