The first time I became consciously aware that my root was imbalanced, it showed up as high blood pressure. I was having crazy headaches, everyday. I was stressed at work, and if I’m honest, I was just sick and tired of being sick and tired. My doctor was quick to inform me that my blood pressure was elevated. And she offered an easy solution to the problem – medicine.
My root was out of balance. I had detached from my power. I was out of touch with my pussy, and my relationship with my womb was non-existent.
This is a common theme that I see often with the women I work with, weak roots. An unbalanced root can wreak havoc on your entire life, particularly your body. It shows up in subtle ways… a cold or flu. But that’s not unusual because flu season is a thing, right? We can easily explain away the little things with crowd conditioning, but there is often something more involved going on.
Root imbalances that go on for too long can lead to more severe issues like constipation (which is really common in women BTW), irritable bowels, back pain, herniated discs, chronic fatigue, and autoimmune disorders… just to name a few.
The root chakra is the energy center that houses survival instincts. It corresponds with the bones, legs, feet, rectum… and your pussy lives here too! It is also the base for every other energy center. Which means it also corresponds with the immune system, physical energy, material needs, and your sense of security.
Your immune system becomes compromised when you are stressed, because your physical wellbeing is tied to your emotional wellbeing. And your emotional wellbeing is tied to your energetic wellbeing and your energetic wellbeing is regulated in the root.
When the root is imbalanced you lose your footing. You begin to feel out of sorts, ungrounded, and disconnected. It’s not unusual for women with root imbalances to experience fluctuations in weight or to develop eating disorders.
The root is vital to your existence in every way.
One of the things that nearly every one of my clients that presents with a root imbalance seems to have in common is a disconnection with her womb + pussy.
Why do you think that is?
For starters, the collective root consciousness (a.k.a. society) has a wounded perception of pussy.
- We have been conditioned to believe that it’s dirty.
- That we should mask our scent because it’s nasty.
- That we should wear panties to conceal it.
- That we should be ashamed if we pleasure it.
- That we should pretend that it doesn’t make us feel good – unless the circumstances are “proper.” (i.e. heterosexual marriage)
You cannot fully embody your womanhood if you do not have a relationship with your entire body, especially your womb and your pussy.
Your pussy is just one of the ways that you are designed to receive. And when you are feeling unsafe and insecure you are detached from your pussy… even if you are still fucking. And when you are detached from your pussy you sever your ability to receive.