The First chakra is found in the coccyx, its aspect is essentially masculine. Its color is RED.
Rosalyn Bruyere\'s book \"Wheels of Light\" mainly turns around the First chakra. The focus is on the first chakra because it is the one that when it opens up releases the Qi, the vital energy, kundalini. And if you have a blocked first chakra it will be much more difficult to get the energy flowing up your body properly. So, unless you open it, tough luck.
For me the best way consists in lying on my bed flat on my back and move around a bit with my hips and buttocks till I find a spot in the mattrass that puts pressure on my talibone (coccy:evil:. Then I lie still my arms along the body, palms down, in contact with the bed. When the chakra is activated, you\'ll feel the energy rise snakelike in all your body, passing through the chakras. Or it can feel like sea waves washing up your body, and it may have different intensity. No two chakra experiences are identical.
It can follow the main Nadis system, rising through the Ida and the Pingala or shooting straight up through the Shushumna. Both possibilities feel equally wonderful!
A functioning first chakra will result in this awareness: \"I am\"
My first chakra opened on February 1st 2005 . I was in my office at half past one in the morning (I know, way too late to be still working...) I fell off the wicket stool on which I was sitting. A plain, normal stool.... I don\'t know how it happened, the thing is that I found myself right on the floor. Probably the cushions I had slid off and I fell backwards, I hit part of my back against the floor and it was sheer luck I didn\'t hit my head against the wall behind me. I stood up, a bit hurting, but all was normal. I closed my office and went home - a question of just a few meters. After a while that I was home I began to feel immensely happy, like walking on cotton clouds. I slept very well and was feeling wonderful the following morning. What I believe to have happened is this: the fall hit me right on the first chakra spot and opened it. A really rough \"grounding\" it was, and it couldn\'t have been more literal than that!