The Muladhara Chakra In The Feminine Body

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is the first or base chakra and is located in the pelvic floor and corresponds to the coccygeal plexus of nerves. In the masculine body it lies between the urinary and excretory openings, in the form of a small dormant gland termed the perineal body (or central tendon of perineum). In the feminine body it is situated inside the posterior surface of the cervix.
This chakra is considered an embryonic form of consciousness because it is primarily active from about three months in the fetal stage to about 18 to 24 months after birth. At this stage the reflective consciousness is aware of events but not of the self and can be described as having no sense of the figurative, and is a level that could be expressed in the term’s first intelligence, adult persons polarized at this level are perceived as retarded or slow witted.
The Muladhara chakra has influences over the entire range of excretory and sexual
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Śīla nexus, (which is sīla (Pāli) in Buddhism) is also not a charka but more a nexus point to balance all the energies and is located in the upper chest region of the sternum at the same point as the Thymus gland. In both Sanskrit and Pali Buddhism the word sīla is more an ethical compass within self and relationships, rather than what is associated with cultural expectation of obedience or obligation, and external social or religious constraints. In fact, Buddhist commentaries explain the word sīla by another word, samadhana, meaning "harmony" or "coordination."
In Buddhism sīla is one of three sections of the Noble Eightfold Path and is a code of conduct that embraces a commitment to harmony and Self-restraint. It is often described as virtue, right conduct, morality, or moral

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