Root Chakra flashcards

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Root Chakra flashcards
2012-03-29 00:15:42
Usui Reiki COR Correllian Root Chakra

Flash Cards to go with the 1st level Reiki on Chakras
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  1. What is the sanskrit and common name of the Chakra that correlates with the color red?
    Muladhara also known as the Root Chakra
  2. What is the location of the Root Chakra?
    The Root chakra is located at the base of the spine, also the seat of Kundalini
  3. What is the symbol of the Root chakra?
    A circle with a square inside with four lotus petals surrounding the circle.
  4. What are the central issues of the Root Chakra?
    Survival, stability, acceptance, self-preservation, deep-rootedness, perception, grounding, fear and safety
  5. What Color is the Root Chakra?
  6. What essential oils correlate with the Root Chakra?
    Patchouli, cedar wood, sandalwood
  7. What stones correlate with the Root Chakra?
    Garnet, Ruby, Agate, Onyx, Hematite, Red Jasper, Black Tourmaline, Smoky Quartz, Bloodstone, Red Coral
  8. What planets and astrological signs correlate with the Root Chakra?
    Planets Mars, Pluto, and Saturn; Signs of Aries, Taurus, Scorpio, and Capricorn
  9. What sound or mantra correlates with the Root Chakra?
  10. What sense correlates with the Root Chakra?
  11. What body does the Root Chakra have?
    The physical body
  12. What is the Root Chakras orientation to self?
  13. What are the Root Chakras goals?
    Stability, grounding, physical health, prosperity, trust
  14. What rights does the Root Chakra hold?
    The right to be here, to have
  15. When is the developmental stage of the Root Chakra?
    Anywhere from the womb to 12 months of life
  16. What identity does the Root Chakra have?
    Physical Identity
  17. What level of relationship does the Root Chakra have?
  18. What vice does the Root Chakra relate to?
  19. What element does the Root Chakra hold?
  20. What hormonal glands does the Root Chakra correlate with?
    Sexual and adrenal
  21. What organs correlate with the Root Chakra?
    Immune system, base of spine, legs, bones and bone marrow, feet, rectum, physical body support
  22. When the Root Chakra is excessive, what symptoms may occur?
    Sluggish, lazy, tired, monotony, obesity, overeating, hoarding, materialism, greed, Fear of change, addiction to security
  23. When the Root Chakra is deficient, what symptoms may occur?
    Fearful, anxious, restless, lack of discipline, underweight, financial difficulty Chronic disorganization
  24. When the Root Chakra is balanced, what symptoms may occur?
    Good health, vitality, well grounded, sense of trust in the world, feeling safe and secure, stability, prosperity, ability to relax
  25. What physical dysfunctions, may relate to problems with the Root Chakra?
    Frequent illness, disorders of the bowel, large intestine, bones, teeth, problems with legs, feet , base of spine(chronic lower back pain, sciatica); eating disorders; depression; immune-related disorders; skin problems; lack of energy
  26. What addictions may relate to problems with the Root Chakra?
    Food, gambling, shopping, work
  27. What are some traumas and abuses that can block the Root Chakra?
    Birth trauma, abandonment, physical neglect, poor physical bonding with the mother, malnourishment, feeding difficulty, major illness or surgery, physical abuse, inherited traumas (eg. war, poverty, etc.)
  28. What is the spritual challenge of the Root Chakra?
    How well we manage our physical world
  29. What are some healing strategies for the Root Chakra?
    Physical activity, lots of touch, massage, reconnect with the body, grounding, Hatha yoga, look at earliest childhood relationship to mother, reclaim your right to be here