Fun Way to Unblock the Sacral Chakra

by Michelle Mayur on March 28, 2011

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Our Sacral Chakra is centered just above the pubic bone and is the center for sexual energy, creativity and emotion. It is represented by the color orange and the element of water. Orange foods and orange crystals also support its function. It is where the union of the divine masculine and divine feminine energies combine. The nurturing feminine energy is the creative aspect and the dynamic masculine energy is the aspect that will make something happen or manifest it into being.

Bad relationships or sexual encounters and issues around not being able to attract abundance into your life are centered around the Sacral Chakra, which often becomes blocked from such experiences, thereby creating the pattern of these undesirable experiences repeating in your life. On a physical level our Sacral Chakra needs to be exercised regularly to keep the energies flowing, although a sedentary life in an office, in front of the computer or television is not conducive to this.

In yoga we were taught an easy way to get the energies of the Sacral Chakra moving again:

  1. Simply stand with feet hip-distance apart and have ALL the movement coming from the hips and pelvis.
  2. Slowly stick your tailbone (bottom) out as far as you can and rotate your hips to the extreme right
  3. Stick your tailbone under as far as you can (pelvis comes forward) and rotate your hips to the extreme left
  4. Repeat steps 2 & 3 for about 10 full rotations
  5. Reverse and go back in the opposite direction for 10 rotations

Hmm, feels quite sensuous really….  Enjoy!

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Michelle Mayur is 'The Healer for Healers', a visionary leader and the creative conscious entrepreneur behind the Heal the Healer FREE Membership Program for Healers and Lightworkers. http://www.heal-the-healer.com A published author and international speaker, she is based in Melbourne, Australia and has worked as a professional healer in private practice since 1995 at Angel Wings Healing http://www.angelwings-healing.com, specializing in Spiritual Healing, Clinical Hypnotherapy and Reiki. Contact michelle@heal-the-healer.com.

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Luanne Simmons March 30, 2011 at 8:47 pm

Great article Michelle, wiggle and giggle those hips to recharge that sacral.

Blissings Luanne

Joanne March 31, 2011 at 1:23 pm

Love this, Michelle – I heard recently (from Luanne Simmons, I believe!) that hula hoops are great for this, too! I’m going to a toyshop with my girls this afternoon, so I might just indulge in a hoop…

Michelle Mayur March 31, 2011 at 2:36 pm

Mmm… perhaps I should get my daughter’s old hula hoop out of the storeroom? I used to love them when I was a kid.

Luanne Simmons April 5, 2011 at 6:28 am

of course Goddesses the Hula works – everytime :)

Danielle April 5, 2011 at 4:01 pm

Ooha dn it makes my back feel loved too! All that physical energy (IE the blood cells moving around the area) is a wonderful way to shift blockages. Very nice reminder Michelle, thank you.

briar December 5, 2012 at 8:13 pm

Hmmm, it felt good but also like I wanted to throw up! not heaps just slightly. I wonder if its the blockage moving?

Michelle Mayur December 6, 2012 at 7:32 am

Most likely you are right and that it was some blocked energy moving, unless you had been overindulging in food before that! LOL

briar December 10, 2012 at 6:35 pm

you’ve got that right, ive been doing that for weeks. do you think overeating is linked to blocked chakras? I just bought an orange crystal yesterday and am carrying that with me everywhere I go.

Michelle Mayur December 10, 2012 at 8:23 pm

Often comfort eating is linked to issues in the solar plexus and trying to suppress painful emotions that have been stored there, especially relating to low self-esteem, feeling fearful or powerless.

briar December 11, 2012 at 7:41 am

thanks a lot!

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