Monday, June 4, 2018
Friday, June 1, 2018
What does your root chakra look like?
Ideally, root chakras look spherical and red, a healthy strong powerful red, not a dark sickly red or a pale sickly pink.
Ideally, the circle of it is intact--no cracks, no dents or weird protrusions. Ideally the rootchakra is connected front to back, and has an inside and outside layer that rotate separately but in concert.
Ideally, the root chakra is located at the base of the spine, and is centered and aligned with the spine.
How is YOURS?
Connecting with your Root
This is something you can hire an energy worker to check out for you, but there are things you can do on your own as well.
Your imagination is a powerful thing. Today you are invited to use your imagination to imagine your root chakra--without judgment. Just imagine it. Is it there? Can you imagine it at the base of your spine?
What color is it?
Is it cracked?
Can you see if it has both an inside and an outside layer? Are they both looking clear and red and in good condition, or do they look gunky and sick?
Is the chakra spinning?
Is it even round?
Is it even there?
Go ahead today and pull out a red pen or colored pencil (or marker, or crayon, or whatever you have on hand!). Just set a timer for 5 minutes and DRAW what you imagine your rootchakra looks like. What comes out on the paper?
How does it make you feel?
What emotions come up when you look at your picture?
Keep your picture for now--we'll work on it some more tomorrow. If you feel so inclined, I'd love to see the picture also.