It All Begins With The Root Chakra

Alright, so we got all the basic chakra knowledge out the way. Let’s delve right into the healing!
 
Introducing the Root Chakra, or Muladhara in Sanskrit.
 
The Root Chakra is located at the base of your spine, associated with the adrenal glands, colon, kidneys, skeleton/bones, muscles, and arterial blood that flows through the left chamber of the heart, carrying oxygen and nutrients to our body tissue. It’s based on the Earth element, which you can probably guess from the name. All other chakras stem from this one and it’s literally your foundation for everything else in your body and in your life.
 
The Root Chakra helps us feel secure at at home on this planet and it’s typically affiliated with Security, Survival, & Stability. With that being said, it is blocked by fear.
Our Root Chakra can be blocked or thrown off balance when our sense of belonging in the world is threatened or is experienced as traumatic, leaving us feeling as if we don’t belong.
If you feel anxiety, insecurity, constantly tired, or disconnected from this planet ... it’s likely your Root Chakra is blocked.
With each Chakra, you can heal them with crystals, sound healing, journaling, and yoga. 
Crystals:

Red Jasper: Red Jasper is a strong protection gemstone that is said to absorb negative energy. It represents our foundation and a feeling of being grounded.

Garnet: Garnet is a cleansing chakra crystal that reenergizes the chakras, purifies and balances energy, and brings passion and serenity when you need it.

Hematite: This healing crystal, named after the Greek word for blood, can be used to promote better relationships, block negative energy, root your body to the earth, and also improve blood flow.

Sound Frequency: 
396 Hz to liberate Guilt and Fear
Yoga Pose:
Tree Pose
Journal Topics:
 - What are some fears I've never addressed? Where do they come from?
- What triggers do I have? Why do they trigger me? How can I solve the problem?
- What makes me feel unsafe? Why? How can I make those conditions feel more safe? If I cant, how can I deal with the situation if I can't escape?
- What makes me feel safe? How can I embrace more of those things?
- List out all your fears. Then list the good things that could come from facing those fears.
Love & Light,
KaylaRose.
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