Earth chakras are like organs that are vital to the health of the world, and to all living beings dependent upon the various environments provided by the world. Each chakra serves a different function, which is two-fold:

1. To maintain the overall global health

2. To transmit and receive energy encoded with information.

Transmissions from the chakras travel through air, water, or earth.

These points may correspond to Earth chakra sites, although some believe the sites move and change as energy flows. They are now commonly believed to be:

First Chakra (Root, base):

Location: Mt. Shasta, California

Corresponds to the Root or Mooladhara Chakra. Mt. Shasta in California is considered the root chakra of the planet. (Some also say this is the 5th chakra of the planet.). This energy center is considered primal and ‘base.’ Here is where the universal life force is considered to gather before it becomes life – and is representative of the geysers which rush to the surface with energy the same way that kundalini energy is thought to rush to the crown or pineal gland was awakened from the root chakra.

Symbolizes: Divine source, our roots, the interface between body, mind and spirit

Inspires: Innocence, purity, hope, self-discipline, creative power

Second Chakra (Sacral):

Location: Lake Titicaca on Bolivia/Peru border

Symbolizes: Kundalini energy, creative birth, sexual energy, fertility, seat of playfulness, evolutionary advancement, relationships of all kinds

Inspires: Freedom, developing inward sense of self and outward awareness of others, experiencing the world through creative expression

Third Chakra (Solar plexus):

Location: Uluru and Kata Tjuta, Australia

Symbolizes: Vitality and health of all living things, source of insight, memory and higher learning, peace

Inspires: Personal power, contentment, standing still in the midst of conflict, selfless service, harmony

Fourth Chakra (Heart):

Location: Glastonbury or Shaftsbury, England

Symbolizes: The bridge balancing upper (thoughts/mind) and lower (feelings) chakras where spirit or true self resides

Inspires: Unconditional love, spiritual growth, compassion, devotion, discernment, sense of oneness

Fifth Chakra (Throat):

Location: The Great Pyramids, Egypt, or Mt. Sinai/Mt. of Olives

Symbolizes: Connection to nature, communication “headquarters,” portal to other dimensions and entities, voice of the earth, mutual respect for life forces

Inspires: Clarity and unity in purpose, self-expression, diplomacy, playful detachment, power, will, harmony

Sixth Chakra (Third eye):

Location: Western Europe (presently in transit to Brazil)

Symbolizes: Realization of the eternal, mystical, authentic self, applying wisdom to future advancement

Inspires: Intuition, spiritual vision, truth, forgiveness, compassion

Seventh Chakra (Crown):

Location: Mt. Kailash, Tibet

 

Symbolizes: Connection to sense of unity and oneness

Inspires: High levels of consciousness and enlightenment, wisdom, illumination, awareness that separation is an illusion

 

 

 

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Earth chakras are like organs that are vital to the health of the world, and to all living beings dependent upon the various environments provided by the world. Each chakra serves a different function, which is two-fold: 1. To maintain the overall global health 2. To transmit and receive energy encoded...