The seven chakras act as the centers in our body as energy flows through them. Each chakra helps in representing an area of our personality. Although the seven chakras are located throughout your body, there is one that particularly represents an area you are driven by. So, which of the 7 charkas drives your action? Let’s find that out:
Root Chakra (Muladhara)
It is the first primary chakra that is located at the base of your spine in the tailbone area. It represents the foundation of a person. It is about feeling secure and grounded. It related to your feelings of stability and security. Whether it is food, independence or feelings regarding anything in your life, you desire for steadiness and security.
Sacral Chakra (Svadhishthana)
It is the second chakra that is located in the lower abdomen of the human body. It is related to the feelings of sexuality, pleasure, and abundance. From feeling sexual, creative to accepting change, this chakra drives most of your actions. The energy of this chakra can be characterized by flow and flexibility. It is the center of your discovery of pleasure (you achieve them from daily life experiences or sensual pleasures).
Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura)
It is the third chakra that is located in the upper abdomen in the stomach area. It is related to your ability to be in control of your life by making fruitful decisions. It represents your ability to be confident. It helps you feel motivated and energized. Overall, it is related to your feelings of self-esteem and self-worth. And that’s why your actions are driven by these feelings.
Heart Chakra (Anahata)
It is the fourth primary chakra that is located in the center of chest just above the heart. In Sanskrit, the meaning of this chakra is un-struck, unbeaten or unhurt. It represents your ability to love. It is related to your love for yourself and others. It represents various other aspects of your personality as well such as compassion, empathy, acceptance, forgiveness, change, and transformation.
Throat Chakra (Vishuddha)
It is the fifth primary chakra that is located in the neck and shoulder region. In Sanskrit, Vishuddha means “especially pure.” This chakra represents your ability to communicate and express yourself in a pure and unhindered way. It is oriented to self-expression, sound, and harmony. Your actions are driven by this charka because you believe in expressing your feelings through communication.