Root chakra

The root chakra (Muladhara-Chakra)

  • stability
  • Wilare
  • survive
  • Self-preservation
  • security
  • Primeval
  • Grounding


The root chakra is the lowest chakra and thus forms the basis for all other chakras. On Sanskrit it saysMuladhara Chakra - Mula means "root" and adhara "support". Often this chakra is also referred to as the base center, Steißchakra, root center or first chakra.

Location and physical influence

The root chakra is located in the area of ​​the pelvic floor on the stub height between dam and anus and on the spine in the amount of the stupid bite. His energy supplies the pelvic floor and particularly thick and final. Other areas of influence are the bone scaffolding that gives us stability, and legs and feet that connect us to the earth. Even teeth and nails, blood formation, digestion and sciatic nerves are from the activity of theMuladhara chakrainfluenced. In addition, there is a close connection between this chakra and the glandular function of the adrenals.

Central topics

About the root chakra, man is energetically connected to the earth. No other chakra we take as much energy from the earth as about the root chakra. This chakra is therefore a source of strong life energies. Life force, primeval trust and safety are central topics of the root chakra. It represents the will for life and self-supportive shoot. If the energy can flow unhindered in this area, it is easy for man to secure his existence in this world. He stands with both legs on the floor, and nothing can bring him so easily from the socket.

All 7 chakras at a glance