Muladhara is the base from which the three main nadis, ida,
pingala and sushumna, emerge. It is associated with the physical
processes of spiritual creation.
Within this chakra the kundalini rests, waiting to be aroused
and brought back up to the source from which it originated.
Muladhara is positioned close to anus, at the perineum, and it has four petals which match the consciousness of greatest joy, natural pleasure, delight in controlling passion, and blissfulness in concentration.
The energy that was unleashed in creation, called the Kundalini, lies coiled and sleeping in the Muladhara, and it is the purpose of this exercise arouse this energy, and cause it to rise back up through the increasingly subtler chakras, until union with the Sahasrara chakra at the crown of the head.
Muladhara is the chakra that draws down spritual energy and causes it to assume a physical existence. It is like the negative pole in an electrical circuit, which provides the potential for the evolution of form.
Within this chakra resides sleeps the kundalini shakti, the great spiritual potential, waiting to be aroused and brought back up to the source from which it originated.
How To Exercise the Muladhara