6 root chakra exercises to connect with mother nature

There is a special mantra of gratitude to Goddess Shailputri, our beautiful Mother Earth, which you can simply remember or sing when you wake up every morning. Mantras are like spiritual medicine that helps you overcome exhausting repetitive thoughts, so you can be more stable and present in every moment. The word mantra itself literally comes from two Sanskrit words: tra, which means “to protect” and man, “the thinking mind”.

I love to chant this mantra before putting my foot on the ground. The meaning of the mantra of gratitude to Mother Earth recognizes Nature as the Goddess Shailputri, who “has the ocean as her garment and the mountains as her breasts. We ask your forgiveness for touching you with our feet.

“Samudra vasan devi [pronounced samu- DRA- vas- NEY- day- vi]

parvata stana mandala [PAR- vata stana MUN- duley]

Vishnu patni namastubhyam [VISH- nu pat- NI na- MAS- tu- bhi- UM]

Paada sparsham kshama – svame [PAA- da spar- SHUM sha- MA- sva-MAY]”

The goal of Yoga is a sacred union of your individual Self with the universe. When you acknowledge your interconnectedness with Goddess Shailputri as Mother Nature each day in a simple way, like even saying “Thank you, Mother Earth” before putting your foot on the ground, you are moving towards a deeper connection with Mother Nature. and all his creatures, great and small. Gratitude is the opposite of fear, anxiety and insecurity. Giving thanks every day reframes unsettling thoughts and phobias into optimism, contentment, and a deep sense of grounding that truly balances your root chakra.

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