establishing roots | celebrating nature | harmony with earth
mula – meaning root adhara – meaning base or support
survival | instinct | rootedness | a sense of belonging | earth | growth | biology | nature
base of spine
sexual and adrenal
asa tree cannot stand strong without deep roots – so we cannot grow without a strong connection to the outside world through the first chakra.It provides our sense of rootedness and grounding in the world.Muladharachakra is attributed to thecolorred – red is the first choice of the rainbow and is thecolorof our blood – thecolorof life – the physical – our most primitive instincts.thebase chakra has four petals – representing the four directions – east west north south – the number four is also attributed to the material world.Muladharakeeps us connected to the earth and nature and is nourished by contact with the living earth – it helps us discover our personal roots and gives us a sense of place and stability.Muladharacan help us let go of past feeling and release long held emotions.