The root chakra is the first of the seven chakras in the human body, located at the base of the spine. It is also known as the Muladhara chakra in Sanskrit. The root chakra is associated with the feelings of safety, grounding, stability, and security, and it is believed to be responsible for our physical wellness, as well as our emotional balance. A balanced root chakra helps us to feel connected to our physical body, our environment, and the people around us, while an imbalanced root chakra can cause feelings of fear, anxiety, and insecurity.
The sacral chakra, also known as the second chakra or Swadhisthana in Sanskrit, is located in the lower abdomen, just below the belly button. It is associated with emotions, creativity, and sexuality.
When the sacral chakra is balanced, you may experience feelings of passion, creativity, and joy. You may also have a healthy sexual appetite and feel comfortable expressing your emotions. However, if your sacral chakra is blocked or imbalanced, you may experience issues with sexuality, creativity, and emotions. This may manifest as a lack of libido, difficulty expressing your feelings, or feeling emotionally numb.
Solar Plexus Chakra
The solar plexus chakra, also known as the Manipura chakra, is the third chakra in the body's seven chakra system. This chakra is located in the abdominal region and is associated with personal power, self-confidence, and willpower. When this chakra is balanced, individuals possess a strong sense of self-esteem, are motivated, focused, and have a clear sense of direction in their lives. If the solar plexus chakra is blocked or unbalanced, individuals may experience feelings of insecurity, lack of confidence, and difficulty making decisions.