The second chakra: Svadhisthana

September 11, 2019

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The second chakra is called the Sacral Chakra (or Svadhisthana in Sanskrit) and is located above the pubic bone, below the navel.

 

The color ORANGE is associated with the sacral chakra.

 

This sacral chakra represents our creativity and our sexual center. It is responsible for our creative expression.

 

Signs Of An Open 2nd Chakra
People with an opened Svadhisthana generally are:
passionate, present in their body, sensual, creative, connected to their feeling, feeling emotionally stable, feeling joyful most of the time. 

 

On the other hand, when the sacral chakra is blocked, for example, if you are dealing with sexual traumas or feel that your creativity if not being fully expressed, you might experience constipation, back pain, gynecological cysts, abnormal menstruation, infertility or impotence.

 

On an emotional level, you may feel depression, low self-esteem, insecurity, detachment jealousy, and fear.

 

Here are some simple, yet potent ways, to rebalance the sacral chakra.

 

Introducing essential oils such as Ylang-Ylang or Sandalwood, to your home or personal space can offer a boost to your sacral chakra healing.

 

Since the sacral chakra’s element is water, getting outside and relaxing near open water can help open your second chakra. If possible, wade in or dangle your feet in the water as often as possible to help the energy flow. Taking a bath or a shower when you feel down or stressed can also contribute to balancing your second chakra while providing the relaxation needed to keep your emotions flowing. Try adding a few rose petals to the bathwater for a romantic and beautiful touch!

 

In terms of mantras (a phrase made out of powerful words) try repeating many times per day.

“I am radiant. I am beautiful. I enjoy a healthy, creative and passionate life

Or, chant the mantra "VUM"

 

Movement of the hips through dance or yoga is also a great way to open and activate this chakra. Harness your divine feminine energy through sensual and slow movements.

 

Meditation
Imagine a ball of healing orange light at your sacral region. With each breath feel the orange ball expand and radiate.

 

Natural WILD GRACE Perfume
Our Vata Perfume is great to balance the sacral chakra. Apply directly between pubic bone and naval, and on lower back.

 

I really hope this information will inspire you to get your creativity going so you can let your beautiful light shine.

 

In love & light,

Kim





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