Root chakra

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Root chakra
Muladhara Mandala.svg
Color [[color::Red]]
Rank 1
Petals 4
Gland Anus
Element [[element::Earth]]
Deities

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Muladhara is the first primary chakra according to the Indian Tantric tradition (Shakta).

Associations

Muladhara is positioned close to anus, at the perineum, and it has four petals which match the vrittis of greatest joy, natural pleasure, delight in controlling passion, and blissfulness in concentration.

Alternative names

  • Tantra: Adhara, Brahma Padma, Bhumi Chakra, Chaturdala, Chatuhpatra, Muladhara, Mula Chakra, Mula Padma
  • Vedas (late Upanishads): Adhara, Brahma, Muladhara, Mulakanda
  • Puranic: Adhara, Muladhara

See also

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