Over the next few months, we’ll be sharing with you in these Miracle Moments how to open through the seven main chakras to live more in the Miracle Zone.

Today’s Miracle Moment is about how we can connect with and open the first or root chakra.

The root chakra is at the base of your spine, around the tailbone. It’s your access to feelings of safety, connectedness to mother earth, and groundedness. And when you feel safe, connected to earth, and grounded, it’s much easier to live in the Miracle Zone.

The root chakra is about having the feeling of…This is my gig. I’m not here to fit into everybody else’s world. This is my life experience. I created it, and it’s mine.

Here is one way to relax into that experience of safety and groundedness by opening your root chakra:

Lean back against your spine (this doesn’t mean to lean back against your chair). From the inside of your body, lean back inside and relax; with your attention, slide down your spine and sit down inside of yourself.

From there you can access the root chakra energy, which creates a sense of relaxation that allows your nervous system to experience…All is well!

You know the peace you feel when you’re in nature and your feet are connected to the ground? Or, when you’re sitting on the ground and your body just relaxes? That’s what happens when you do this practice regularly.

We invite you to do this practice over the next few weeks and notice how it feels.

Connect in more deeply to that feeling of…Aaah, all is well. I am safe in the Universe. I feel more grounded.

As you experience this feeling more, notice what’s shifting in your life? Are you opening to experiencing more miracles?

Make this your “go-to” practice until you have a continual sense of well-being and belonging. As we connect with the root chakra, we feel greater trust in all of life.

We end this Miracle Moment with a quote from Jack Kornfield, a great author and meditation teacher:

”Love is based on our capacity to trust in a reality beyond fear;
to trust a timeless truth that’s bigger than all of our difficulties.”

Please share your experiences of this practice in the comments section below. We love hearing from you!

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