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muladhara

Paranormal
The Hindu term for the first or root chakra, which is located at the distal spinal column near the coccygeal plexus under the sacrum. It is the foundation chakra, forming the transcendental basis of nature, and is associated with the sense of smell and both the nose and anus (given the latter’s role in excretion).
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Synopsis: Kundalini in Hinduism refers to a form of divine energy (or shakti) said to be located at the base of the spine (muladhara).
El duerme en el terreno de Muladhara. Suavemente Le levanta y Le hace encontrarse con Ella.
The first state of consciousness is represented by the Muladhara chakra, which corresponds with the first two levels of Maslow's hierarchy of needs, namely physiological and safety/security needs.
Standing poses work predominately on the First (root) Chakra, known as Muladhara. It is located at the base of the spine and is the root of your being.
Este mudra se asocia con el primer chakra: Muladhara, localizado en el suelo pelvico.
He writes about the "Om" being pronounced "from the pit of the stomach"--the second-tier in the configuration of the seven-tier Kundalini, originating in the "Muladhara" and rising, until it culminates in the "Sahasra" on the top of the head.
Energia invisible e inmedible representada por una serpiente que duerme enroscada en el chakra muladhara.
In our body "earth" is present in the muladhara, "water" in the svadhishthana, "fire" in the manipura, "wind" in the anahata, and "ether" in the vishuddha chakra.
Major chakras are Visuddha, Muladhara, Svadishthana, Sahasrara, Manipura, Anahata, and Ajna.
This points to the system of cakra in the body, moving from the muladhara to the vishuddha-cakra (the throat cakra).
Kevala kumbhaka and khecari mudra signal the internal purification of the seventy-two thousand naals, the three granthis (brahma, visnu, and siva), the five primary or lower cakras (muladhara, svadhisthana, manipura, anahata, and visuddhi), and the awakening of the siddhis (perfections, SS 3:54) in the beginning phase of unmarii (no-mind, see HYP 1:41).
Muladhara, the first or root chakra, characterizes our ordinary world in which "the self is asleep and the ego is awake" (Coward & Borelli, 1985, p.