Just like us, our planet has 7 Chakras. If you would like to travel the world they are some magnificent locations to visit. The following are the locations of each of Earth’s planetary chakras.
1st Earth Chakra: Mt. Shasta
Earths root Chakra Mt. Shasta in Northern California is considered all around the world to be a portal for spiritual discovery. It represents the energy that rushes violently to the surface as the starting point for all of Earth. There have been many strange, unexplained occurrences that happen in Mt. Shasta, which is why so many spiritual travelers flock there each year.
2nd Earth Chakra: Lake Titicaca
The Sacral Earth Chakra, on the border of Bolivia and Peru. Local lore says that the lake was created by the rainbow serpent and is where primal energy itself is born.
3rd Earth Chakra: Uluru-Katatjuta, Australia
The Solar Plexus Earth Chakra is also known as Ayers Rock. Representing the umbilical cord for humanity this large monolithic rock is found in Australia, where life began according to Aboriginal legend.
4th Earth Chakra: Glastonbury and Shaftsbury, England
The Heart Earth Chakra is also the home of the Holy Grail and many crop circles. This is the perfect place to visit to open your heart to the Earth’s energy.
5th Earth Chakra: The Great Pyramid and Mt. Sinai, Egypt
The Throat Earth Chakra. This chakra is at the exact center of the Earth’s land mass.
6th Earth Chakra: Kuh-e Malek Siah, Middle East
The Third Eye Earth Chakra has no fixed location. It is always in motion. It Is the place where thought, art, creativity, and culture emanate outward.
7th Earth Chakra: Mt. Kailash, Tibet
The Crown Earth Chakra is known as the roof of the world. Mt. Kailash is a location of high consciousness to the people of Tibet. This chakra connects the will of the earth to the will of the divine.
While it is not possible to photograph the Earth’s aura to discover disturbances between the chakras, turbulence in any of these locations can be a sign something is wrong.