Blood is 83% water, Muscles 75%, Brain 75%, Heart 75%, Lungs 86%, Eyes 95%.
EVERY CELL in every living thing, contains a nutrient fluid that is mostly water. Every cell is also floating around other cells in a extracellular saline water.
Every cell in your body needs water from head to toe. That is why it is so important to drink enough water.
If your body’s water drop as little as 2%, you’ll feel fatigued. If it drops by 10%, you’ll experience health problems.
The word “Chakra” comes from the Sanskrit word “wheel” or “disk”.
According to traditional Indian medicine, Chakras are the turning wheel-like vortices or energy centers that exist in our subtle body. They are considered to be the focal points of reception and transmission of energy.
Each organ, the entire body and it’s functions, are connected to our chakras by the nerves and by the endocrine glands associated with them.
Because the chakra system is the central processing center, blockage in the chakras usually leads to disorders in the physical body, mind and spirit.
Chakras can be open, closed, excessive or insufficient.
MULADHARA OR BASE CHAKRA
It is located at the base of the spine. It governs a sense of being grounded and connected with our inner being and with Gaia, our mother earth. It’s related to the instinct, security and the core survival needs.
It is associated with the adrenals glands, lower digestive tract, kidneys, bones, and teeth. Clarity in this energy centers, shows health in these organs.