Working with the base chakra and understanding more about it has been a huge support in many of areas of my life including: opening up to receive, feeling grounded and that I am safe to be me, releasing judgments, increasing energy, letting go of anger and bringing in more compassion and gentleness – to name a few.
For those that are new to the chakra system, chakras are commonly described as energy centres that correspond to various parts in the body. We have seven main ones in our body, going up from the base of our spine (also called Muladhara) right up to the crown of our head (known as Sahaswara). These chakras act as points between our human form and consciousness. Energy flows through these centres and when they are balanced we feel peaceful, centred and connected.
There are practices to support each chakra and help to balance it when it is stuck or blocked. Issues in the chakras might show up for you as feeling out of balance or coming up against a certain block in your life again and again.
When it comes to the base chakra, this is the area of consciousness of the physical body. It is traditionally seen as the colour red, which grounds, anchors and supports you as you engage with everyday life. It brings you into the present, so that you are able to be in your life right here, right now.
Some of the areas that relate to the base chakra are:
Being honest with yourself do any of the above areas affect you?
A few practices that can support you with your base chakra wellness are:
These are just a few things that I hope inspire you to connect with your base chakra. I’d love to know what resonates, please reply to this email and share with me.
If you would like to go deeper, I am running an online workshop on the base chakra on Saturday 23rd May, from 11am – approx 1pm (UK). In it we will dive deeper into connecting with the base chakra, through colour visualisations. meditations and journaling prompts. I will guide you throughout, holding a space where you can connect to what is coming up for you in your life. I will also share some tools and practices to support you.
Some of the things this particular workshop will support you with are:
It will take place on Zoom and you can join with your camera on or off. If you can’t make it, no worries, everyone that signs up will receive a recording and workbook of the prompts.
You can book your space here.