Earth’s Chakras & Where to Find Them
Throughout time and history, humans have been drawn to the same specific spots on Earth because these spots vibrate high energy and have deep, healing powers. It is said there are over one hundred spots on Earth that have this effect, but there are seven in particular that are pretty special. These are the seven major chakra points of Earth.
Just like humans and animals, Mother Earth has her own chakras, or energy centers. Chakras are circular vortexes of energy that spin in a clockwise direction when balanced. On humans and animals, these seven chakras are vertically aligned and begin at the base of the spine, moving upward to the crown of the head. On Mother Earth, these seven chakras are horizontally aligned and move around her land in a spiral pattern.
Earth’s chakra points are significant because they reflect the collective energy of our own chakra points. As we heal and raise our own frequency, we, in turn, raise the frequency of Mother Earth.
There are differing opinions on the exact locations of these chakra points. Since the human body has over 100 chakras, major and minor, it only makes sense that Mother Earth would have the same. You will be attracted to certain locations at different points in your life, depending on the vibrations necessary for your evolution. It is always possible for you to tune into these vibrations from afar. They exist within you because you are made from Mother Earth! Look at the photos of these locations and meditate on them, visualize their vibrations balancing your own chakras, and if you feel called to visit any or all of these locations, go for it! Discover what resonates for you.
EARTH’S MAJOR CHAKRA POINTS:
Root Chakra – Uluru, or Ayers Rock, Australia
Uluru/Ayers Rock is the place of beginning. The native Aboriginals believe this rock to be a living thing- a thing that their ancestors built after they were born into this realm. Uluru Rock radiates a deep red color, reminding us of where we come from and connecting us to humanity and everything beyond.
Sacral Chakra – Lake Titicaca, Peru
Lake Titicaca’s dominant energy is feminine, making it a hub for creative downloads and ideas to be birthed. Sitting 12,500 feet above sea level, Titicaca is not a place for the faint of heart to live. But since her womb energy is so strong, there are quite a few native species, including the Titicaca Grebe and the Vizcacha, thriving in her waters and along the shoreline.
Solar Plexus Chakra – Mt. Fuji, Japan
Natives and tourists alike have been pulled towards Mt. Fuji for generations. This mountain stands taller than any other mountain in Japan, at 12,388 feet, its sunrise is so famous that it has its own name, Goraiko. Watch the sunrise from Mt. Fuji and feel your solar plexus’ vibration being lifted as the golden rays wash over you.
Heart Chakra – Maui, Hawaii
The energy on Maui, Hawaii, and specifically the Haleakalā volcano, is very feminine and nurturing. Just by stepping foot on her land, you can feel the unconditional love and see the abundance that she gives freely. The frequency atop the Haleakalā volcano matches the frequency of the Schumann Resonance, 7.8 cycles per second, the same resonance as a human heartbeat.
I recently had the chance to visit Haleakalā for the first time and can absolutely back this as being the center of the heart chakra (Maui). The energy up radiates what we are made of- pure, unconditional love. I felt it pulsating through my whole body. Tears fell from my eyes as I looked over top what I previously thought were the tallest mountains on the island. Seeing the entire island of Maui and even Hawaii, Lanai, and Molokai from atop an ancient volcano is so surreal. Not to mention that everyone atop Haleakalā can feel this energy too, even if they aren’t fully aware of it. It’s no coincidence that many people get engaged or celebrate the peak of their honeymoon up there. I would highly recommend anyone who is drawn to Maui to experience Haleakalā. You won’t regret it.
Throat Chakra – Glastonbury, England
Glastonbury and its surrounding area is quickly becoming a center of communication for the world. Currently, this communication manifests as crop circles, which are communication symbols that share hidden messages. Crop circles are said to be created by extraterrestrial life and they designed for humans to decipher and learn from.
Third-Eye Chakra – Mt. Kailash, Himilayan Mountains
Mt. Kailash is the ultimate pilgrimage site on Earth. At least 4 religions, Buddhists, Hindus, Jains, and Tibetans, travel around the mountain in complete devotion to their beliefs. This 32 mile journey is both physically and mentally demanding but circumambulating Mt. Kailash is said to bring forth a connection to your inner higher guidance. Even just witnessing Mt. Kailash from afar is sacred in itself.
(Image via Jordan/Adobe StockTop)
Crown Chakra – Mt. Shasta, California
The community living nearby Mt. Shasta has coined this mountain as the place where Heaven and Earth meet. Upon arriving, you can feel the divine energy that this sacred site emanates. Legend says that Mt. Shasta was formed upon an ancient city of advanced beings from the lost continent of Lemuria. In the framework of this legend, Mt. Shasta acts as a portal to the Lemurian civilization and other higher beings. It reminds us of our connection to all that is and our soul’s purpose.
By looking at ongoing events at each major chakra point on Earth, or even visiting them ourselves, we can observe the current state of our collective chakras and notice where more healing work can be done to raise our vibration. Now it’s your turn!