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The Earth Star chakra is located from 18 inches to 4 feet below the feet. It serves as
one of the prime grounding sources for us. Strong energy and vitality from the Earth
moves in a column up the left leg to clear and cleanse lower frequency vibrations
with the in body chakras. This energetic debris from the physical and emotional
bodies is washed out though the right leg again into the Earth Star. That energy is
dispensed into the earth to be transformed into higher frequency. When this process is supported one is fully attached to the Earth strength and power. We are solidly in our bodies.
It is through the Earth Star Chakra that we breathe in material energy to create our moments of living. This chakra also holds many of our family-of-origin heritage and past life issues. It is the source of our daily life energy, daily cleansing energy, and the energy needed to spiritualize the body. It keeps all chakras aligned by locking all energies in the ground.
Symptoms of imbalance in the Earth Star are spaciness, being out of touch with one’s own needs and feelings, inability to deal with stress, inability to cope with daily demands, difficulty maintaining energetic boundaries, challenges separating our reality from that of others, and vulnerability to physical and psychic attacks from others. We are quite literally, unsupported, and find it difficult fulfilling our life’s mission.
Energetic deficiencies in this chakra may lead to foot, ankle, and leg problems; adrenal compromise; weight issues; avoidance issues; paranoia and other neurosis; difficulty in staying in one’s body; vulnerability to outside influences; sensitivities to electropollution and EMF energies; seasonal allergies; mold and yeast allergies; etc
Because it holds all denied family issues it is critical in assisting the recovery from child or intergenerational abuse patterns. ~ www.musicforeverysoul.com
These thoughts came from conversations with my closest girlfriends about who we used to be, how we look now on the outside and how we see ourselves inside. I can freshen up my hair, paint on a bit of makeup, straighten my clothes and feel like I look quite pretty but those pampering moments now are as often as a blue moon. Most days, this is who I am. Frizzy hair, crispy dry ends and oily roots because I cook 3 meals a day from scratch and forget that brushing your hair is a thing. Awkward bangs to hide the fact that I've lost my hairline twice after having my son and the regrowth is scraggly and terrible. Maybe I brushed my teeth this morning, I can't remember. My skin hangs a bit from my bony body because my son hasn't slept half a night straight since he was born and the thought of working out feels like a workout in itself and to be totally honest, cooking and cleaning up after 3 other people with different diet needs, I'm embarrassed to admit I literally forget to eat sometimes and I feel like people would judge me for that. I scarf a bowl of an organic sugary cereal before bed because I get a weird comfort from it and it certainly is better than other vices, right? I'll keep telling myself yes for now. A family friend seems to ask every time we talk if I still have terrible dark bags under my eyes from my kids not sleeping through the night, because I used to have such a clean fresh face. Yes, I still wake with one of the kids at least 6 times a night, even if for just a few moments. I'm a stay at home mom trying to homeschool and co-run a carpentry business with the love of my life.
I feel surprised when I glance at myself in the mirror now, a shadow of resemblance to who I used to see 10 years ago. I get told in the same breath that I look like I'm 15 and tired past my years. Frizzy hair, mild rectus diastasis, dark eye bags, beginning crows feet, saggy skin, terrible memory retention and until those parts are brought to my attention, I mostly feel pretty good and just so full of gratitude that I get to be the mother to two amazing kids and partner to a man that heals my childhood wounds and helps build upon my tiny confidence. (Continued in comments)..
Sculptor Dan Rawlings merges metal and nature. He transforms a transit van into a forest taking us back to our beginnings. See more of Dan's splendid works @danrawlings64 #metalartist#nature#backtoearth