Svādhishthāna, the sacral chakra is also written Svadhisthana or swadhisthana: it regulates clarity and development personality. Located in the lower abdomen, about three centimeters above the Mūlādhāra root chakra, between the coccyx and the sacrum, between the navel and the pelvic region. It is the second of the 7 chakras in the chakra tree.
Its orange color gives it its logical nickname of the orange chakra. This fiery color of sunrise and sunset symbolizes purification, activity, joy, hope and self-confidence. She inscribes the benefits of the energy of the activated and mastered sacral chakra (cheerfulness, faith, self-confidence and vigor). This chakra increases our ability to find the answers to many questions related to our destiny simply by turning our consciousness inward and focusing on the Svadhisthana chakra.
It is intimately linked to joie de vivre, emotions, physical well-being, sexuality and the pleasures of our life on Earth.
Chakra and Spirituality: A Brief Reminder
We find the concept and study of the chakras in the Hindu and Buddhist traditions and consequently in the practice of yoga, t8>ayurveda and reiki.
The chakras are energy centers or centers of consciousness. They can be compared to mini vortices in perpetual movement. Chakras are focal points of energy that have a direct, immediate and profound effect on our daily lives. The particular chakra where the majority of your kundalini energy is primarily focused or polarized influences your basic behavior and attitudes.
This relationship between behavior and your dominant chakra is essential because the energy acts like a magnet. We are constantly attracting vibrations to us that are on the same wavelength as the chakras from which we function.
Kundalini Yoga, introduced and taught in the West by Yogi Bhajan, allows "kundalini" energy to rise, balancing and coordinating all chakras.
Ayurvedic medicine uses chakras to cure illnesses, physical or mental, by diagnosing the state and functioning of one chakra in relation to others. To become an accomplished being and live a harmonious life, it is essential to harmonize and align your chakras.
The sacral chakra: role and definition
The Svadhishthana chakra marks the second level of our development, the second energy chakra or energy gate on the path to the third eye. The evolution of consciousness into pure human consciousness begins with the Svadhishthana Chakra. It is the seat of the subconscious in which are stored all the experiences and impressions of our life since the beginning of our existence in the mother's womb. The Muladhara Chakra is the receptacle of our Karmas, but these are activated in the Svadhishthana Chakra.
It is also the centre of purification, where the feminine principle is expressed in the aspects of adaptability, flexibility and fluidity. This is the center of intuition.
- sva = Me
- shthana = location
- Color: Orange
- Mantra: Vam (note D)
- Animal symbol: Crocodile
- Element: Water
- Star: The moon
Thelocation of the Svadhishthana Chakra is located at the lower end of the sacrum His Mantra is VAM.
Awakening the Svadhishthana Chakra brings clarity and personality development. But before this can happen, we have to purify our consciousness of its negative qualities. In the symbolism Svadhishthana Chakra is represented by a six-petalled lotus. They manifest our negative qualities which must be overcome.
Negative energies linked to the 2nd chakra
During our life, the Kundalinī awakens and sometimes rises to the Svādhishthāna chakra. However, here it comes up against the barrier of our negative qualities such as envy, desire, jealousy, rage and greed. These block the energy from returning to the Mūlādhāra Chakra again. And in this way, the consciousness of many people continues to oscillate between the lowest two chakras without ever being able to rise higher.
Breaking this cycle, to raise consciousness, is not an easy undertaking, as we are faced with an army of countless harmful emotions, prejudices, resentments and fears that are accumulated over many lifetimes. The only thing we get if we fight them with force is that they persist even more stubbornly, or else they sink into the depths of the subconscious and hide. Only when we consciously let go can we free ourselves from them.
But letting go can be extremely difficult. In fact, we would be very happy to be freed from our fears and our complexes, but in a way, we dare not let go of these qualities; on the contrary, we cling tightly to them and nurture them. The ego leads us to believe that we would lose our identity and personality if we gave it up. And it is here, in the Svādhishthāna chakra, that the ego fights with all possible means to maintain its supremacy.
The ego is not an enemy as such, it is even a friend in the tasks of logic and organization. However, he tends to want to reign supreme in complete illegitimacy, here the job is to manage to make the difference between his inner Self and the ego, to manage to make the difference between the incessant little voice which has an opinion reactive on everything and intuition, the feeling that is our true nature... Not so easy but we can do it.
The enemies we encounter in the second chakra
Other negative qualities resulting from it (sub-category)
To reach a state of peace and harmony, we must first convert our negative energy, which expresses itself in the form of desire, annoyance, quarrel, bitterness and resentment, into a mental attitude constructive and creative.
The following experiment on the thought process is very enlightening. Try to think a friendly thought and a hostile thought at the same time; or to have a feeling of love and a feeling of hostility at the same time.You will realize that it is basically impossible to unite day and night - light and darkness cannot exist together When the sun rises, darkness immediately disappears.
The symbols of the 2th chakra
The animal that represents the Svadhishthana Chakra is the crocodile. It symbolizes laziness, insensitivity and the danger that lies dormant in this Chakra.
The element of the Svadhishthana Chakra is water, also a symbol of unseen danger. Water is soft and flowing, but it also represents immense power when it is not under control. It is exactly the same with the Svadhishthana Chakra. When the negative emotions that emanate from the subconscious emerge into the consciousness, we can find ourselves completely out of balance.
The Divinity of this Chakra is Brahma the Creator, and his daughter Sarasvati, the Goddess of wisdom and the fine arts.
The color of Svadhisthana is orange, the color of dawn, which symbolizes the awakening of consciousness. Orange is the color of activity and purity. It indicates the positive qualities that are found in this Chakra:
Full Features of Svadhisthana
Svadhisthana: qualities, symbols, characteristics
Located just below the plexus chakra, approximately 3 cm above the lower part of the spine, where the coccyx and sacrum meet meetnt.
Color: ORANGE - activity, energy, joy, hope
Element: JALA (Water) - gentle and effective
Mantra: VAM (pronounced Vum), (to repeat as a mantra 108 times while sounding the R)
Lotus: Lotus flower with 6 petals. Symbol of the six obstacles on the path of development: Anger, hatred, greed, jealousy, cruelty, laziness
Animal: CROCODILE. Symbol of lethargy
- BRAHMĀ - creator, consciousness
- SARASVATĪ - knowledge, intelligence, discrimination (Viveka)
Symbol: HALF-MOON - feelings, tides, feminine cycle
Qualities and aspects: First level of human development, the subconscious
- HĪRANYAGARBHA - the "golden belly
- PRĀRABDHA KARMA - influence of past actions on a person's fate
- Positive: ICCHĀ SHAKTI (willpower), KRIYĀ SHAKTI (vigor/motive)
- Negative: Selfishness, passion, pride, envy, doubt, laziness, etc.
Prana: APĀNA - elimination
Vehicle: BHUVARLOKA - astral level
Principle: CHITTA - consciousness/NĀRĀYANA principle, memory
Healing stone: BERYLL (including diamonds)
Characteristic: KRODHA - anger
Feeling: KLĀNTI - fatigue
Sensory organ: JIHVĀ - tongue, VARUNA principle, sense of taste
Functionality: RASA - fluidity
Quality: CHALANA - to move
Body part: MAMSA - flesh
Organ: UPASTHA - Sex Organs - PRAJĀPATI Principle, Creation, Reproduction
Secretion: VĪRYA - hormones
Gland: Adrenal Gland
Development of personal identity
The sacral chakra is the seat of ego development
The sacral chakra is associated with the emotional body, sensuality and creativity
While the Root Chakra relates to our physical surroundings, the Sacral Chakra theme relates to our relationships with other people beyond the family unit.
The Muladhara concerns our family relationships and their formation between the ages of 0 and 7. The Svadhisthana chakra concerns the relationships we establish with others and the world outside the basic unit of development which is the family unit. The age range for the development of svadhisthana is between seven and fourteen.
The sacral chakra resonates with our need for relationships and our need to control or create the dynamics of our physical world. The second chakra allows us to no longer obey tribal and family authority, and allows us to discover satisfying relationships and interests that are unique to us.
Hence the importance of having a balanced root chakra. Trust and support from the first circle, first tribe, is key to learning how to form harmonious friendships, relationships, and healthy physical interests later in life?
The second chakra focuses on personal identity or personal play in the outer world and how it responds to the seductive forces of the physical world. Therefore, if the second chakra is out of balance, it can lead to addiction to drugs, sex, gambling, and money.
Open Swadhisthana is the foundation of a healthy ego that allows us to interact with the world without belittling ourselves or pretending to be someone we are not. A person with a strong second chakra can survive financially and physically on their own and bond with others to form harmonious friendships.A balanced second chakrahas the ability to take risks and recover when things go wrong
The benefits of a harmonized 2nd chakra
Benefits of a balanced or open sacral chakra
The Sacral Chakra is the center where our deepest connections to sensuality and passion are formed. This energy center embodies our relationship to discovery and exploration of our world. This includes emotion, pleasure, connection and intimacy.
Motivated by pleasure and joy, the sacral chakra is the driving force that allows us to enjoy life. When the sacral chakra is balanced, we can feel and experience life in all its fullness. As centre of passion, it awakens our creative power, directs us towards what drives us and governs our intimate relationships.
The sacral chakra helps cultivate flexibility and adaptability. Moving forward, accepting change and transformation. A balanced sacral chakra allows you to be passionate, creative and sensual while being connected to feelings and emotions.
Sacral chakra themes and positive actions
Symbolically and literally, the sacral chakra is the birth canal. We have the ability to give birth to the life we want, to start the project we have desired.
It's having that power of personal choice to take the step. It is the feeling of being physically alive and creating the life you desire.
Connect to your feelings and emotions with the energy of the sacral chakra.
Motivated by pleasure and joy, the Sacral Chakra is responsible for your senses enjoying life. This creates the basis for your emotional well-being.
The sacral chakra awakens creative expression allowing us to explore new ideas and stimulate our imagination.
It houses our creativity. It doesn't necessarily mean in an artistic or musical sense. We can be creative in our upbringing, our cooking and in planning our vacations... It's about our ability to visualize and feel the energy of a possible outcome, and to work on it creatively.
Svadhisthana chakra also governs our sexuality, including sexual preferences and how we feel comfortable expressing our sexuality. It affects our influence and control over other people.
Power and letting go
The Svadhisthana Chakra governs our ability to realize our "power" to create the life we want for ourselves, but also our ability to let go, let go and go with the flow (l water element) when things may not be going our way. The result is this subtle balance between creating and realizing, combined with the ability to let go in situations where we don't have control.
Chakra also governs our relationship with money. What is your relationship with money? Do you think it flows easily into your life? Or do you feel like money is always hard to come by? Our attitudes and beliefs about money almost always translate into how much money we actually have.
Sensuality and sex
The sacral chakra helps us understand and develop our intimate relationships with others
Sexually, it is the pleasure chakra that 'turns us on' and is deeply connected to our partnerships and procreation. This chakra also correlates with physical things in which we find pleasure, such as painting, fishing, or writing erotic poems - whatever drives your inspiration.
Sexual eroticism is a form of physical and emotional freedom as well as spiritual release because it is about being in the present moment so that we can let go of our fears and limitations to enjoy the generous happiness of human experience.
The energy of the sacral chakra allows us to discover and explore what really excites us. This passion inclines us to enjoy life to the full.
The effects of Svadhisthana chakra in good health
There is an abundance of creativity, vital for the expression of the Self in life.
You will be very adaptable and have the ability to go with the flow when things don't go your way. Often, our mind causes us to cling and resist the direction our life is taking, when it was not part of our grand plan. It's about believing that you're going in the right direction, even if it's not what you planned.
Good and balanced relationships with others. To feel connected, without feeling the need to control or manipulate for personal gain.
Ability to express oneself sexually.
The impacts of an imbalanced sacral chakra
Signs of an imbalanced sacral chakra and its consequences
Like the Root Chakra, the Second Chakra is often overlooked because many of us attempt to reach the Heart Chakra directly or enlightenment viathe seventh chakra or crown chakra. Yet, just as it is associated with the color orange, the second chakra is like the birth of a sunrise that brings a new dawn into our lives. It is in this chakra that we design the life we want. It is therefore important that we do not neglect this fundamental chakra.
The Chakra System distributes the flow of "prana" or subtle energy throughout the subtle body. One of its functions is to circulate energy to harmonize the energy structure. Stress, illness, emotional turmoil, or conflict can all cause blockages or imbalance in your chakra system. The seven chakras are interconnected, when one chakra experiences a blockage or imbalance, it affects all the others. This disruption of energy can cause our mind, body, and soul to suffer.
Energy connections with the physical body and malfunctioning parts of the body:
Many illnesses that can stem from this energy center manifest as a fear of losing control of the relationships we have built with others and even our connection to physical things such as business or projects to which we are closely attached.
Signs of a blocked root chakra
Imbalance in the sacral chakra can manifest as low self-confidence, lack of motivation, inability to form intimate bonds with others, a lack of interest in self-expression or artistic abilities, sterility, urinary problems , difficulties in giving birth, producing orgasms and a low libido
Difficulties arise when we feel we cannot create the physical expression of our lives outside of the tribal authority of the first chakra. In this case, we bring baggage from the Muladhara into our sacral chakra.
Sacral chakra blockage on a physical plane
The Svadhisthana chakra is related to our sexual organs, pelvis, large intestine, lower vertebrae of the spine, hips and bladder. Imbalances within this part of our body's energy system: When the sacral chakra is out of balance, it can cause you to feel emotionally and physically unbalanced. If you are working to achieve creative goals, improve your emotional health, or work on harmonizing your relationships, it is important to raise the vibrational frequency of your Sacral Chakra. When a chakra is closed or underactive, it means that it is blocked or not not distribute the flow of energy. When your sacral chakra is inactive, it can affect your overall well-being. You may experience a sense of lack of control ranging from uncertainty to the inability to cope with life's changes. When the sacral chakra is blocked, it often detaches you from your emotions and those around you. When a chakra is overactive, it means the chakra is giving out too much energy. It works in overdrive and brings chakra imbalance. When your sacral chakra is overactive, it affects your overall well-being. If your second chakra is overactive, you may have issues with excess and conflict, ranging from thriving on drama to unhealthy relationships. When the sacral chakra is overwhelmed with energy, you will feel overwhelmed. You may feel your emotions more deeply, have mood swings, or become too dependent on others.
Sacral chakra closed
How to recognize the signs of an inactive chakra
Overactive sacral chakra, energy imbalance
Signs of an overactive sacral chakra
Imbalances within this part of our body's energy system:
When the sacral chakra is out of balance, it can cause you to feel emotionally and physically unbalanced. If you are working to achieve creative goals, improve your emotional health, or work on harmonizing your relationships, it is important to raise the vibrational frequency of your Sacral Chakra.
When a chakra is closed or underactive, it means that it is blocked or not not distribute the flow of energy. When your sacral chakra is inactive, it can affect your overall well-being.
You may experience a sense of lack of control ranging from uncertainty to the inability to cope with life's changes. When the sacral chakra is blocked, it often detaches you from your emotions and those around you.
When a chakra is overactive, it means the chakra is giving out too much energy. It works in overdrive and brings chakra imbalance. When your sacral chakra is overactive, it affects your overall well-being.
If your second chakra is overactive, you may have issues with excess and conflict, ranging from thriving on drama to unhealthy relationships. When the sacral chakra is overwhelmed with energy, you will feel overwhelmed. You may feel your emotions more deeply, have mood swings, or become too dependent on others.
How to Harmonize the Second Chakra
How to open or activate the 2th chakra through the practice of yoga
Yoga can be especially helpful in opening and balancing your sacral chakra. Yoga for sacral balance should focus on hip opening poses. You will find below some yoga postures, among others, to strengthen your grounding, harmonize and stimulate the energy of the base chakra:
How to open your root chakra with asanas:
Asanas that stimulate the root chakra
Skandharasana - Shoulder Pose
Strengthens the muscles of the back, pelvis, hips and legs and stretches the hip flexors. Improves disorders of female reproductive function. Regulates hypotension.
- Relieves back problems: In the shoulder position, the back is arched upwards, allowing a reduction in vertebral disc problems and back pain (lumbar) , but also shoulders, knees and throat.
- Acts on the solar plexus
- Improves digestion, relieves the abdominal organs with a abdominal massage.
- Makes female reproductive organs stronger. This asana is recommended after childbirth for women with a tendency to miscarriage.
- Improves the management of menstrual disorders, prolapse, asthma and bronchial conditions.
Skandharasana, the shoulder pose
Bhekasana, the frog posture
Bhekasana - Frog Pose
Bhekasana helps to open, activate and balance the following chakras:
- Throat Chakra (Vishuddha Chakra)
- Heart Chakra (Anahata Chakra)
- Sacral Chakra (Swadisthana Chakra)
- Root Chakra (Muladhara Chakra)
This posture is beneficial for the following muscles:
- The lower back
- Biceps and Triceps
- Core (Abs)
- Feet and ankles
Kapotasna - Pigeon Pose
- Helps increase elasticity of arms, spine, thighs, calf muscles, shoulders and hands
- Helps stretch and strengthen your leg muscles and joints.
- Also tones the throat muscles and the organs inside the rib cage, abdomen and chest.
- Refines blood circulation in the body and improves and strengthens the functioning of the digestive system.
- Reduces blood pressure, lessens the effects of chronic diseases.
- Reduces sciatica and strengthens the lungs and plexus.
- Activates the nervous system and also increases oxygen supply.
- Relieves stiffness in the hips, back and shoulders.
- Calms the mind and body and releases stress.
- Helps treat urinary disorders.
Kapotasana - Pigeon Pose
Utkata Konasana - Goddess Pose
Utkata Konasana - Goddess Pose
Utkata Konasana strengthens the hips, lower back and thigh muscles
It enlarges the uterus before pregnancy and helps during pregnancy.
Utkata Konasana helps expand the chest and correct posture defects.
This asana massages the organs of the abdomen, especially the kidneys, ovaries, urinary system and prostate.
Utkata Konasana improves the functioning of the chest organs and breathing.
It energizes the body, relieves stress and provides an overall sense of well-being.
It can relieve menstrual pain and cramps.
How to heal your second chakra?
How to unlock the sacral chakra?
Chakra Balancing is the process of restoring the harmonious and balanced flow of prana or energy throughout the body. The chakras are constantly fluctuating. Practicing chakra balancing and alignment is a regular and sometimes daily activity to explore. But how do you balance your sacral chakra?
How to open your sacral chakra?
Connecting with water
The sacral chakra is strongly influenced by the water element. Getting out and relaxing near water or in open water can help open and restore balance to our second chakra. Lakes, rivers, streams or the ocean are all useful. Wade or swing your feet in the water to allow your sacred energy to flow. A warm bath or shower by consciously feeling the water. The goal is to harmonize your sacral chakra, all actions, at these times at least, should not be done systematically. The mindfulness will provide a true connection to the Water element, and thereby, will make it easier to harmonize the chakra.
Swadhisthana is the center of our creativity and passion, it is important to explore new or old hobbies to help open one's sacral chakra and to let creative energy flow.Dancing, drawing, writing or playful activities are all useful tools to bring the harmonious flow of energy to your sacral chakra
Aromatherapy to balance the sacral chakra
Aromatherapy can be a powerful and simple tool for opening and balancing the Sacral Chakra. Use essential oils with cleansing and balancing aromas that promote joy, creativity and emotional balance. on your abdomen, two inches below the navel.
Incense and aromas to heal and energize the 2th chakra
- Sandalwood - Warms the emotions and helps you leave the past behind.
- Clary Sage - Brings a sense of worth.
- Cardamom - Promotes creativity and sensuality.
- Cinnamon Bark - Brings a feeling of warmth and boosts courage.
- Jasmine - Promotes love, joy and harmony.
- Ylang Ylang
- Palo Santo - Anti-anxiety and purifying. Function: to raise the vibrations of a person, plant or room, to open the heart, to encourage letting go, to cut the links with negative energies by transmuting them - to energize the immune system and the etheric body.
Which stones to harmonize Svadhisthana chakra
Protective and healing stones associated with the 2nd chakra
Sacral Chakra Crystals:
Each chakra is influenced by unique stones and their energetic properties. The Sacral Chakra is strongly influenced by Carnelian. When balancing your sacral chakra, meditate with carnelian, you can also take the stone with you to let the energetic properties help restore chakra balance.
Carnelian stone is known as the stone of motivation and passion, the energetic properties of carnelian restore vitality and passion. With its cleansing and grounding effects, carnelian helps restore balance to your emotional and sexual energy.
Stones with a positive influence on the sacral chakra:
The virtues of stones, their powers on the human body and plants have been understood since the dawn of time.Whether in the form of stone or raw crystal, in mala or jewelry, they help us to balance energies, to anchor ourselves in advantage and to work on the chakras through visualization in a state of relaxation
- Orange Calcite
- Fire Opal
- Garnet (hessonite)
- Bronzite (Enstatite)
- Crococoite Vanadinite
- Sun Stone
- Peach Moonstone
- Orange imperial topaz
Flint pendant - silver - Carnelian
Silver pebble pendant - Carnelian
Sublime Carnelian Silver Triangle Pendant
Silver Om Pendant - Amethyst
Moonstone cabochon pendant
Plants and essential oils of the 2nd chakra
Orange chakra plants
Calendula is an easy-to-grow herb that enhances creativity in all areas of life.Another plant that is very beneficial for the sacral chakra is the Gardenia You can put Gardenia roots with multipurpose oil, and it turns out that its flowers are also very soothing, no wonder it is also known as the herb of happiness.
Sandalwood can cure many types of infections as it promotes growth new cells. You can apply Sandalwood oil on your body before taking a shower or you can use it to create a pleasant smell in your home.
Other herbs and spices beneficial to the 2nd chakra include coriander, fennel, licorice, cinnamon, vanilla, carob, sweet paprika, sesame seeds and cumin.
Wellness Recipes with Essential Oils
Shower and Bath to activate the 2nd Chakra
100ml of neutral cleansing base
2 drops of Ylang Ylang essential oil
3 drops of Sandalwood essential oil
1 drop of Ginger essential oil
Mix your essential oils in a neutral cleansing base and shake everything well to obtain a shower gel that you can also use for baths.
Unique moment of relaxation guaranteed .
100ml Jojoba vegetable oil
2 drops of Ylang Ylang essential oil
3 drops of Sandalwood essential oil
1 drop of Ginger essential oil
Take a 100ml bottle filled with Jojoba oil, add the indicated drops of essential oils and shake the bottle (closed). Your massage oil is ready to use.
Foods for a healthy root chakra
The second chakra is located in the lower abdomen. Orange is the energizing color of the sacral, which influences sexuality and desire. For good function of the bladder and sex-related organs, and to avoid lower back pain, consume juices and plenty of water to cleanse the kidneys..
Foods that are rich in sources of healthy fats are very nourishing for the sacral chakra. Fish, nuts and seeds such as flax, poppy, sesame, hemp, pumpkin and sunflower seeds are extremely therapeutic for this chakra.
Oranges, tangerines, peaches, apricots, mangoes, papayas, carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, squash, pumpkin, and yams are all sacral chakra healing foods.
Meditation for the sacral chakra
healing and harmonizing the sacral chakra through meditation
Meditation for the Sacral Chakra - Meditation plays an important role in restoring balance to your chakras leading to excellent physical health and spiritual balance. Meditation techniques for the chakras are similar to traditional meditation techniques, but focus on a specific area of the body.Below is a simple meditation technique to help you balance your Sacral Chakra
Sit down with your shoulders back and your spine straight. Relax your muscles by closing your eyes and breathing deeply. Inhale through your nose and exhale through your mouth. You have to breathe by letting yourself be transported by the movement of the breath, of the air entering and leaving while letting go of all other concerns.
Focus your attention on the location of your sacral chakra: your abdomen, a few centimeters below your navel.
As the Sacral Chakra is linked with the color of orange, imagine flames causing a swirling orange glow below the navel, which slowly expands towards the pelvic region and makes the whole area warm and relaxed. Rest, in this feeling zen for 3 to 5 minutes.
When you're ready, slowly open your eyes. You can then make positive affirmations.
Sacral Chakra Affirmations: Affirmations are a positive way to heal negative programs that can be integrated into your subtle body. As you balance your sacral chakra, practice saying the following phrases to yourself:
- I am passionate
- I am open to living in the moment
- I am comfortable in my body
- I feel at peace
- I am a creative being
Feeling the energy of the "verb" with each affirmation, the energy circulates and promotes anchoring in the center of energy. Meditation, combined with affirmations, aims to harmonize and raise the vibration of the sacral chakra. Energy flows
The second chakra symbolizes our creative potential, our ability to nurture fulfilling relationships, as well as our sexual energy - all of which come together to create an empowered and confident individual.
Dance like nobody's watching, make love at sunrise and be creative! Keep a journal to help you let go of any negative emotions and know that only you can create the life and romantic relationships you want.
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The root chakra: Muladhara, the 1st chakra
The sacral chakra: Svadhisthana the 2nd chakra
The solar plexus chakra: Manipura, the 3rd chakra
The heart chakra: Anahata, the 4th chakra
The throat chakra: Vishuddha, the 5th chakra
The third eye chakra: Ajna, the 6th chakra
The crown chakra: Sahasrara, the seventh chakra