[Video] Sacral Chakra Activation Guided Breathwork Meditation

Immerse in a journey of Guided Breathwork Meditation, awakening your sacral chakra’s creative life force. Manifest passion, release blockages, and explore the depths of your desires.
[Video] Sacral Chakra Activation Guided Breathwork Meditation

Welcome to a profound exploration of Sacral Chakra Activation through Guided Breathwork Meditation. Today, we harness the dynamic energy of your creative life force, housed in the sacral chakra. Grounded in the root chakra and connected to the nurturing embrace of Mother Earth, Gaia, we embark on a transformative journey of self-discovery and creative expression.

Understanding Sacral Chakra Activation

The sacral chakra, often referred to as the seat of creative life force energy, is intricately linked to your sexual energy. Having established a firm connection with Mother Earth through the root chakra, we now focus on charging up the creative life force dwelling within the sacral chakra.

Breathing as Manifestation

Breathing with your creative life force energy is an invitation to manifest your deepest passions and desires. This breathwork meditation serves as an opportunity to surrender, accept, and release any blockages hindering the flow of this vibrant energy. For those yet to discover their creative passion, now is the time to embark on that enlightening journey.

The Dual Nature of Creative Energy

Whether you’re creating life through procreation or fueling the flames of your creative fire, the sacral chakra’s energy is the driving force. Originating from the lower dantian, the region associated with grounding, survival, and creation, this energy is both the essence of life and the fuel for your artistic endeavors.

Intensely Charged Breathwork

Today’s practice involves channeling the creative, sexual life force energy through the chakras in an intensely charged manner. Find a comfortable position, lying down, and center your focus on your breath. Adopt the “Yogi Breath” technique, inhaling through your nose—30% into your stomach, 60% into your chest, and 10% into your shoulders.

During the inhale, activate your Mula Bandha by squeezing your sphincter and genitals—channeling your sexual creative energy unapologetically. As you exhale through your mouth with a sigh, contract and relax, allowing the energy to flow through your entire being.

Supercharging Creativity

This breathwork technique serves as a potent catalyst for supercharging your creativity. Today, we’re not creating life in the conventional sense; we’re birthing dreams and manifesting creativity. Embrace the power of the sacral chakra’s creative life force energy as you embark on this journey of self-discovery and artistic expression.

[Video] Sacral Chakra Activation Guided Breathwork Meditation, Supercharge Your Creativity

What’s Included in this Sacral Chakra Activation Guided Breathwork Meditation?

  • 2 rounds of rhythmic breathing followed by breath retentions
  • Each round includes 4 minutes of 4 in, 4 out and 2 in and 2 out
  • Followed by 2 minute inhale retention and 2 minute exhale retention
  • Concludes with a 10 minute relaxing meditation
  • 0:00 Introduction to Sacral Chakra Activation
  • 2:00 Breathing Techniques Explained
  • 8:50 Guided Breathwork Meditation

Preparing for this Sacral Chakra Activation Guided Breathwork Meditation

  • Wear comfortable clothes. Yoga style clothing is perfect.
  • Don’t eat 2 hours before. All breathwork techniques should be done on an empty stomach, either in the morning before breakfast after rehydrating with water, or at least 2 hours after eating a full meal.
  • Get comfortable. Begin the session by making sure you’re comfortable, in a quiet place where you will not be disturbed.
  • Wear headphones. If you have headphones to use during an online session, you’ll have a better experience hearing the music and my voice.

Is breathwork safe?

Breathwork is generally safe for most individuals when practiced responsibly and with appropriate guidance. However, it’s important to approach breathwork with caution and be mindful of your physical and mental well-being.

Who is breathwork NOT for?

Do not practice this breathwork during pregnancy, or if you are epileptic. People with cardiovascular issues, or any other serious health conditions, should always consult a medical professional before starting breathwork.

These breathing exercises are a guide only, you should always listen to your own body and not push yourself, if you feel unwell STOP.

Never practice breathing exercises before or during diving, driving, swimming, taking a bath, or in any other circumstance where the loss of consciousness could result in bodily harm.

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Hey there! I am Jason Samadhi, Heart-Centered Creator. I help people—just like you and me—get unstuck in their creative process. I do this via a uniquely holistic approach to purpose-driven web design, heart-centered marketing strategy, creativity coaching, and breathwork healing.
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