Besides the few sites mentioned in previous posts, there's not much out there about the feet chakra, so I'll share some of my personal
understandings. It will also help to bring insights to the meditative technique I mentioned above.
Just as the third eye and crown chakras compliment and work with each other towards higher vibratory states,... so to do the feet chakras and root
chakras share a similar relationship towards lower vibratory states.
A lot of things that are said about the root chakra are actually qualities of the feet chakra. Feet chakra is the energetic foundation of the physical
body. It gives us our stability and foundation by rooting us and planting us firmly in the "Here" and "Now". It is our connection to Earth, life,
and the physical world. We draw much of Earth's various energetic fields through our feet chakra.
The movement of our feet is the ultimate manifestation of will. Meaning, the subconscious mind, the consciously aware mind, the instinctual mind, our
intentions, wants, and actions determine where the feet travel and take us each moment. In this example, the feet represent the entire mechanics of
going, moving, and doing. And through the act of moving, the feet chakra is related to time, our place in it, and the traveling forward through it.
In an average waking life, our feet make more physical contact with the outside world than the rest of our bodies. Our feet are the primary sensory
source of our physical locality and condition.
Strong feet chakra helps us to stand firm in life, align the physical body to the present moment, manifest our will, and move/progress forward.
** (As a foreword, I have a pet theory that I have been working on, being; English is an engineered language. Centuries ago, literature was mostly
reserved for the various priesthoods, academic scholars, initiates, and adepts. It is my theory that modern English was influenced by
various metaphysicians, occultists, and mystics, by composing classical works of English literary art. Etymologies and root-words unlock much that is
hidden by way of anagrams, homophones, homonyms, and synonyms.) **
moves the Soul
to move the
Sol is the highest, Sole is the lowest, the Soul is between.
Our Soles plant firm on Earth, creating solid foundations to support the body which houses the Soul,... which originated from, will return to, and
always seeks Sol.
• Sole, representing human, low (perceived place), Earth, Mother,...
• Sol, representing God, high (perceived place), Sun, Father,...
• Soul is the middle of, child of, reflection of, and emanation of Sole and Sol.
The Sun often represents the glory and light of the grand Deity, and is also used as a visible symbolic representation of the unseen God.