First Chakra Muladhara
Muladhara is the name of the first chakra of the human body, located below the spine, exactly in the perineum (area between the anus and sexual organs): its name means "root, support," and refers to it as Muladhara chakra, base chakra, the center of the base. The areas are related and connected to it the coccyx, lower pelvis, adrenal glands, large intestine, bones, legs, feet. This chakra is connected to the planet Mercury (according to Hindu culture) and its central themes are survival, the contact with the earth, stability, trust, and economic security.
The symbol is the square, the color red and the symbolic animals are the elephant, bull, ox, while the gods Brahma and are related to it Dakini.
The internal aspects are the development of positive life energy, the will to live, self-preservation, the life force, perseverance, rhythm, connection to the earth and nature, stamina, assertiveness, negative aspects are selfish, impulsive, inertia, existential fears.
Physical complaints: bowel disease, constipation, hemorrhoids, disorders of the sciatic nerve, back pain, varicose veins, bladder problems and kidney, prostate pain, bone disease, anemia, blood pressure fluctuations.
Psychiatric disorders: phobias, weakness, depression, lack of confidence, a tendency to depend too much from others.
His spiritual element and Earth: The Muladhara chakra is the foundation and root of the energy system of chakras, since it is collected through eanata energy from the earth and nature and then transformed.
According to the doctrine of Yoga Kundalini energy (sexual energy) resides in this chakra: if the base is stable, energy can ascend through the other chakras thus accelerating the development of personality.