Practice with Rachel (Sat Siri) on Wanderlust TV with her new series, Root to Rise: Journey Through the Chakras which includes a companion series of free 10-minute self-reflection & journalling classes. A self-ruling 14-day WLTV trial allows you to take the 7-part series, as well as sample the thousands of yoga, meditation and movement classes on WLTV, which includes a vast library of Kundalini classes from Rachel Dougherty.

As a life-long learner, I’m unchangingly interested in the “why” of things. I have tended to be increasingly practical than esoteric well-nigh my yoga practice. I can attest that yoga grounds me, moves the vociferation from my mind, relieves my anxiety, and helps me sleep better. I can hands get overdue all of those things, as I know this from my uncontrived experience.

But then, plane as a yogi, with years and years of daily practice under my belt, when I started to hear well-nigh the importance of chakras, energy wheels, and balancing them… well, I was skeptical. You see, I am a full blooded, true undecorous Australian: we are born skeptics. It’s in our blood.

Cut to a few years into a daily yoga and meditation practice, and I started to notice that when I did practices that worked on my throat chakra, I communicated with increasingly courage, and was much less worried what others would think.

When I engaged in breathwork, specifically working on the heart chakra, I was less armored, increasingly unshut and receptive… kinder to myself, even.

I started to shoehorn that there was something deeper going on. Something that was a little bit mysterious to me, and I was curious. I began a deeper exploration into these energy centers.

This is how my love topic with the chakras began. Healthy skepticism that gave way to wonderful experiences and results that I knew were well-expressed me at a much deeper level than just my physical body.

So, why do we do practices that uncurl and wastefulness our chakras? Well, considering they work! Don’t just take my word for it though, try these experiences for yourself. Practice withal with me in Root to Rise: A Journey Through the Chakras (a 14-day Wanderlust TV self-ruling trial will requite you two weeks to sample all 7 classes).

What results will you expect on this journey?

Start at The Root: The First Chakra (Mūlādhāra)

WLTV_SAT_SIRI_CHAKRA_1 copyWhen this chakra is out of balance, it often feels like you lack stability. You likely finger ungrounded, uprooted, insecure. You don’t finger a sense of home within yourself or within the world. You may finger like money unchangingly slips through your fingers, or that you’re unchangingly struggling to make unbearable of it to get by.

The truth is, you cannot grow and transpiration unless you finger unscratched and secure, and this starts at our own roots, our first chakra.

In balance, you finger confident, safe, and financially secure within your own being. You’re worldly-wise to take effective, inspired whoopee without overdoing things.

In balance, it allows you to manifest what you desire. It allows you to finish tasks, to follow through on your intention, while stuff present and typified when doing so. You can only connect fully to your creativity, your intuition, and get quiet unbearable to listen to the voice of your soul when you finger unscratched and secure. This is only possible with strong roots, with a stable first chakra.

How To Ground Down & Stabilize Mūlādhāra

To get this chakra into alignment, it is weightier to do grounding practices. Grounding orients us in time and space. We move from stuff out of our bodies, into making them finger unscratched unbearable to fully inhabit again.

Abdominal work and leg work (like squats) and frog pose help us wastefulness our root chakra. I suggest 26 repetitions of frog pose every day to alimony this chakra balanced. I have washed-up this pose scrutinizingly every day now for 20 years. It gave me a stability within myself that I never knew before.

Walking is one of the other keys for strong roots. Walk every day, at least 30 mins. This is essential to stay grounded, unfluctuating to the earth, to your soul and to your inner security. Especially try walking barefoot in nature, this is super nurturing for this chakra. Eat grounding foods. Root vegetables, like sweet potatoes, bring plane the most etheric person when into their bodies, when to the earth. I love a philharmonic of sweet potato, brown rice and tahini when I want to wastefulness my roots and finger nourished.

To ground this information for yourself, try the 26 repetitions of Frog pose for 40 days, and periodical well-nigh how you feel. Don’t forget you can moreover practice withal with me on Wanderlust TV, balancing the root chakra in my Muladhara class, and then follow up your practice with this 10-minute journalling exercise:

WLTV Sat Siri Journalling Root Chakra

And finger self-ruling to trammels in with me unendingly too by leaving comments on either the Kundalini practice or the Self-Reflections sessions. I am here, practicing with you, and cheering you on, as you wastefulness these powerful energetic centers, all in the name of feeling good! We are doing this together.

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Rachel Dougherty (Sat Siri) is a trailblazing, next generation, Kundalini Yoga teacher and trainer. She travels the world teaching Kundalini Yoga in places like Bali, Maui, Mexico and India. She has been practicing Yoga and Meditation for over twenty years and teaching Kundalini Yoga for fourteen. She practiced Iyengar Yoga, Vipassana Meditation, and many other modalities surpassing finding Kundalini Yoga. A former ballet dancer with the Australian Ballet, Rachel found ballet meditation in motion, a creative expression that renewed her perspective with each step, turn or jump.

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