Money Muladhara Elephant
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In yoga kundalini philosophy, our root chakra, Muladhara, is the energy center at the base of our spine. Mula means "original or main" and adhara means "base or foundation". When our root chakra is in balance, we have a healthy relationship with working and saving/spending money and living up to our full potential. We have our basic needs met for food, water, shelter, and safety and we move through life’s struggles without being stopped by fear. Bulls and Bovines are the animals associated with this chakra. Ironically, baby elephants are also called bulls; therefore elephants are also the symbol of our 1st basic chakra. Likewise, Ganesha, the god of fortune and protection, is worshipped on many secular occasions, especially at the beginning of ventures such as buying a vehicle or starting a business. Ganesha is believed to protect you as he charges through blockages and obstacles on your behalf.