Color: Orange Element: Water Number of Petals: 6 Location: 1st – 3rd Sacral Vertebra Action organ: Hands Sense organ: Taste
The primordial ocean indistinct and inexhaustible manifests through mother nature which creates and regulates life. Svadhisthana Chakra functions as the door to fertility, growth and abundance. The second chakra's function is also to accumulate and distribute energy and vitality in the body.
With the Svadhisthana Chakra time is perceived and measured by the rhythmic cycles of nature. For example the phases of the moon and connection with the tides and all that are changeable, transient and cyclical such as the female cycle, birth, death and the climate. Svadhisthana Chakra is connected to the root of the genital organs between the first, second and third sacral vertebra with nerves extending to the second, third and fourth lumbar. It connects to and regulates sexuality, reproduction, purification, disposal of body fluids and absorption of energy.
4. Understanding birth/ death 5. Nature/ sea water 6. Yoga with Pranayama
7. Orange colors 8. Good social relations 9. Good business relations
When Svadhisthana Chakra is well balanced sense of friendship, good relationship with the family, society and healthy competition along with good self-esteem occur. People with this Chakra balanced experience clairvoyance, vitality and a desire to live along with strong but balanced sexuality.
Reference source, Fonti di referenze: Aveda Chakras by Dr.Vinod and Kusum Upadhyay; Ayurvedic Physicians & Honorary Advisors to the Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust Ayurvedic Therapy Program; Gabriella Cella Marco Canzoni ‘ Il libro dell’Aria e del Respiro’ ( Baldini, Castoldi, Dalai); Gabriella Cella Al-Chamali ‘Yoga’ (Sonzogno); Gabriella Cella Al-Chamali ‘Respirazione Distacco Concentrazione Meditazione’ (Sonzogno); Gabriella Cella Al-Chamali ‘Chakra’ (editore Fabbri); Swami Satyananda Saraswati ‘Asana Pranayama Mudra Bandha’ (Yoga Pubblication Trust); Maurizio Morelli ‘Il libro dei Chakra’ (distribuito da : Fiore d’Oriente)