The Location of Earth’s 7 Planetary Chakras

From Higher Perspective, October 5, 2015

1. Mt. Saint Helens – The Root Chakra.


Mt. Saint Helens is the root chakra of the Earth. The energy there is incredibly base and primal, as demonstrated in the explosive, furious eruption of 1980. It represents energy that rushes violently to the surface and in every sense, where all Earth begins.

2. The Sacral Chakra – Lake Titicaca.


Titicaca, in Peru, is a perfect representation of kundalini energy rising to the sexual chakra of the Earth. Native lore said that this lake was created by the rainbow serpent and is where primal energy itself is born.

3. The Solar Plexus Chakra – Ayers Rock.


The large, monolithic rock found in Australia is where life began according to Aboriginal legend.

It represents the umbilical cord for humanity on this planet. It’s where emotion is digested.

4. The Heart Chakra – Glastonbury


Glastonbury is the home of the holy grail and the heart chakra. It’s a place ideal for opening your heart to the Earth’s energy and allowing peace flow. It’s also the sight of many crop circles.

5. The Throat Chakra – Mt. Sanai.


This chakra is the exact center of the Earth’s land mass, as it is currently found. Turmoil in the region can  be seen as cries for help to the mother.

6. The Third Eye Chakra – Western Europe.


Think of our planet’s third eye chakra as the place where thought, art, creativity and culture emanate outward. This chakra is always in motion but sits firmly in western Europe at the moment. It’s hard to know where it will go next.

7. The Crown Chakra – Mt. Kailas.


Mt. Kailas is known as the roof of the world. It’s a location of high consciousness to the Tibetan people. It connects the will of the Earth to the will of the divine and guides the Earth’s destiny.

Have you visited any of Earth’s planetary chakras? Post your pictures in the comments below!

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