Muladhara is the Sanskrit name for the chakra located at the base of the spine. It is usually represented by the color red. This wheel, or vortex, of pranic energy is said to form the basis of our spiritual development and nourishment. In Kundalini yoga, spiritual energy (or kundalini shakti) is rooted in the muladhara chakra where it sleeps until it is awakened and drawn up the spine. The term muladhara comes from the Sanskrit mula, meaning "root,” and adhara, meaning “support” or “base.” This is fitting because balancing this chakra is said to form the supportive foundation for higher spiritual development.
This bowl IS IN TUNE WITH THE MULADHARA. It is 10 inches and comes with a bag.
You will receive the bowl, tea and two pieces of tourmaline