Muladhara Mantra for Root Chakra - Lyrics, Meaning, Benefits, Download

Learn everything about this Chakra mantra that is known to unlock your natural energy

The Muladhara Mantra, or the 'Lam' mantra, is associated with the Muladhara chakra.

The Muladhara chakra is the first of the seven chakras or energy centers residing in different locations of our body. 'Mula', in Sanskrit, means root and 'adhara' means a foundation, support, or base.

The root chakra is situated between the perineum and the coccyx, or the anus, and is closest to the earth while meditating.

It derives energy from the earth. But if the root chakra is not activated, you will fail to derive the power from the earth.

This creates a chakra imbalance and can compromise everything that provides you stability in life.

It can include physical issues, mental peace, financial issues, and even personal safety.

The Lam sound activates the root chakra. It is the seed mantra or Beeja mantra of the Muladhara chakra.

It energizes the whole body and forms a solid foundation for other chakras to function better.

This mantra enhances and makes the energy flow to the other chakras residing above it more efficient.

Chanting the Muladhara mantra regularly reaffirms stability in your life.

Adepts say that chanting the Lam mantra 100,000,000 times will gain you all the Siddhis, meaning enlightenment or achievements, regarding the Muladhara Chakra.

Muladhara mantra is part of the Ancient Chakra Healing Meditation Mantras.

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History of the mantra

The monosyllable sound Lam is one of the seed mantras. It is associated with the root chakra.

The Lam sound can be found in the Vedic scriptures between 1500 BCE and 500 BCE.

The vibrations from the Lam mantra are believed to cleanse and activate the Muladhara chakra.

The Lam mantra, just like other beeja mantras, is chanted with the help of visualization.

Adept practitioners recommend chanting the Lam mantra and visualizing a lotus-shaped abstract object with red colored light rotating like a chakra at the coccyx region.

Lyrics of the Mantra

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Meaning of the Mantra

The Lam mantra is considered one of the universal sounds in tantric yoga. Unlike other mantras, beeja mantras, or 'seed' mantras, do not include any mention of the deity.

Rather, the mantra focuses on the energy flow and uses power in the inherent vibrations of the sound 'Lam'.

The vibrations from the Lam mantra are believed to cleanse and activate the Muladhara chakra.

The Lam sound is believed to awaken our divine source of consciousness and the essence of life.

Benefits of listening to Muladhara Mantra for Root Chakra

Chanting the Lam mantra energizes and brings your root chakra in harmony. When
the root chakra is balanced, you feel:

The Muladhara mantra chanting also helps people fight

  • adrenal fatigue

  • stress

  • sadness and depression

  • anxiety

  • financial depression

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How and when to chant the mantra

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The Muladhara Mantra ensures energy flows smoothly to the other chakras in your body.

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