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What happens with the second chakra?

The second chakra is the place where all emotions are processed and for this reason it is well-known as the Sacral Chakra. It is recognised as the center of pleasure, enjoyment and creativity.

The meaning of the second chakra

This chakra originates from the Sanskrit word “Svadhisthana” which its meaning is “one’s place” and refers to the right and real you.

The second chakra is located in the lower abdomen representing the very of yourself and the color associated with it is orange, standing for warmth and emotion. Then a person with a balanced second chakra radiates warmth and has the ability to speak openly about feelings.

6 tips to stimulate the second chakra

In the following you will find some tips to stimulate your second or sacral chakra to feel free and confident with your body.

Wear something orange

Orange is the main color of this chakra, so you have to wear something orange if you want to boost it!

Feel passionate

Both about your life and about your body. Dress and feel sensual in your own skin.

Do something creative

Express yourself and feel connected with your feelings through art.

Have fun

Only enjoy your time with the things you love.

Adorn yourself with carnelian and agate stones

We give you some ideas of boho jewelry collections to heal your emotional body.

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Wear a self healing bag inspired by the Lotus Flower or by the I Am Creative collection, with creative affirmations of feeling sensual and free.

The next blog post will allow you to discover many things about the Third Chakra, a really interesting one because it is fully connected to our intellectual body.

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Gill

I love the pleasure of being alive the fire that brings my creativity to manifestation. Feel good with all its different ways that come to life like pendulum dowsing, meditation, yoga, art, writing, or fashion. I am a woman that loves the passion of empowering and embracing all.

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