Chakras, Red Root Chakra, yoga

#1 Woo Woo to Whoopee Red



SOUND:    Root Chakra Activation by Vortex Success

FRAGRANCE:  Diffuse (without heat) or wear diluted Essential Oils such as  Balsam Fir, White Fir, Cedarwood, Frankincense, Ginger, or  Patchouli for grounding

Sunday resonates strongly with our BASE CHAKRA

Without a balanced Root Chakra, it is impossible to fully balance the other chakras.

MEDITATION: While standing (tree pose or flat footed), Visualize a glowing red jewel at the center of the earth

From that jewel, a stream of brilliant energy coursing through the earth, —–feel the vibrations in your feet,——- feel the glow as it travels up your legs and settles at the base of your spine spinning and connecting you with the earth.


We know from physics that transversal energies, such as electromagnetism, which travel in empty space, voids, behave in many respects like longitudinal vibrations which travel in matter, such as sound. For instance, both energies have distinct frequencies. This similarity explains in part why certain sounds affect certain areas of our body.  For example drumming or the sound of C or ‘Doe’ on the Sound of Music’ scale, resonate and activate the energy in our base chakra.

When one of the chakras is out of balance as a result of negative energy flowing through it, it begins to spin too slowly or too fast. When a chakra is not balanced, it can effect that physical region of the body and also effect very specific aspects of our spiritual and emotional selves.

The first chakra governs the bladder, kidneys, lower extremities, and spine. When there is an imbalance, you can experience physical symptoms that include: constipation, weight issues, fatigue, or back pain
Emotionally speaking, when the first chakra is in need of balancing, you may find you’re short-tempered and unusually aggressive. Other signs you need to open up the root chakra are: insecurity,poor decision making, anxiety, or detachment


If this sounds a bit ‘Woo, Woo’, or is  congering up images of glistening turbans, snakes with funny heads and smoke from some unidentified source, it is noteworthy that the Native Americans (from the North Pole to the SouthPole) as well as the East Indians and Africans figured out the energy systems before Einstein and his sort put numbers, italicized letters and squiggles to these swirling traveling energy forces we call chakras (meaning wheels).

The first writings about the chakras are dated at approximately 1000 B.C., and their origins are based strongly within Hinduism, but the concepts of chakras and energy centers is also fundamental within the Ayurvedic concepts of prana and the Chinese practice of qi.

It is believed that we each have seven primary chakras. Each chakra is thought to resemble a colored wheel that spins in a clockwise direction, and the chakras are thought to each spin at a different rate or frequency, correlating with the prismatic separation of light(think rainbow)

Chakras are invisible to the naked eye and interconnect our physical and spiritual selves. Each of the seven chakras is tied directly to a specific region and nerve center of the body.

Even if you question if the chakras truly exist, the underlying principles of the chakras can still play a special part during prayer, meditation or when trying to improve your physical, spiritual or emotional outlook.

Intention: I can play a more active role in directly focusing my intent on trying to balance the areas of my body and life that need it.

We become endowed with the ability to transmit our own energy field, our individual unit of power. Humans are energy transformers; we are alive and developing in proportion to how much of this universal energy we accept and how freely it flows through us. The better we transmit this energy or allow it to flow through us, the more alive and contented and effective we become.   (FRom ‘Spiritual Energy’ written by Norman Livergood

AFFIRMATION:      As I focus on this red light that radiates from my base chakra, I know that I am of good health and sound mind. I stand in my strength and in my truth. I forgive myself for any neglect of my body in the past. I now love every part of my body, every cell is filled with energy and power. I no longer judge my beautiful self and I accept my greatness.  WHOOPEE!!!!!!!!

Spend the day being mindful of your connection with the earth.  You are of the earth, you are the earth and you are ever so lovable.


Congering up more Red Whoopee,






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