Just like people and animals, the Earth itself has chakras — powerful energy points that charge the whole planet with spiritual vitality. The best news is that you can visit them all and get charged with individual energies they have to offer.
Sacred monuments and sights mark these seven chakras of the Earth and visiting them, especially in a ceremonial way, will open and heal your own chakras and connect you deeply with our mother Earth and the cosmic power.
Chakras of the Earth and The Human Consciousness
Similar to how the state of your chakras represent your energy, the chakras of the Earth represent the whole planet and are interconnected with the consciousness of this planet.
This is why the chakras of the Earth are always in highly-charged spiritual places, where sometimes knowingly, sometimes unconsciously, spiritual-minded people have been drawn to for years—to visit and to live.
There are a few variations in different schools of thought about where a few of the chakras are located. This information was channeled and calculated using sacred geometry. One chakra—the 6th or third eye chakra is always on the move. The rest of the chakras locations are confirmed.
Absolutely all of these places listed have unique, powerful energy and visiting any of them can give your spiritual growth a giant push.
Root Chakra: Mt. Shasta, California
Mt. Shasta in California is considered to be the first chakra or the root chakra of the Earth.
It is no surprise why; it is one of the most powerful mountains in the world where people report having out of body experiences, spirit communications, and awakenings all the time.
Mt. Shasta calls themselves an Alpine community where heaven and Earth meet. It is 60 miles from Oregon border and 220 miles from Sacramento, California.
The scenic drive itself is worth the time. Once there, you will be met by the gorgeous mountain, lakes, waterfalls, and a little downtown with crystal and metaphysical shops.
Underground there may be people or beings living there and passing spiritual teachings—an underground mystery school. Perhaps if you visit, you’ll be the lucky one to discover it or get connected to it energetically.
Sacral Chakra: Lake Titicaca, Peru-Bolivia
The second or sacral chakra of the Earth is located in South American at Lake Titicaca in Peru. Its energy also spreads to surrounding area of Machu Picchu.
As the sacral chakra is all about creative energy, the purpose of this site is bringing the energy for new species creation and evolution.
You can visit the lake on a small budget by touring the Uros floating islands. If you’re looking for a more authentic experience you can go to the island of Anapia with preserved local culture.
For a luxury experience, consider going to a private island called Isla Suasi with a solar-powered eco-lodge.
Solar Plexus Chakra: Uluru-Kata Tijuta, Australia
The third or solar plexus chakra is located in Australia in the areas called Kata Tijuta and Uluru. These are considered sacred by the natives and represent the Earth’s vitality.
The best time to visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is between May and September when the weather is cooler. You will see sacred geological formations, hiking trails, Aboriginal artworks, and local wildlife.
Another potential location of this chakra is Mt. Fuji in Japan.
Heart Chakra: Stonehenge, England
The heart chakra of the Earth is located in England. It is between the sacred site of Stonehenge, and the towns of Shaftesbury, Dorset, Glastonbury, and Somerset.
Stonehenge draws millions of visitors each year to marvel at its mysteries and even perform rituals at important astronomical dates.
Glastonbury is known for its legends and The Holy Grail. The grail is a sacred object often described as a stone or even a meteorite, that holds special powers and meanings depending on the school of thought.
When in Glastonbury you can visit church and abbey ruins and ancient water source. More ruins and ruined castles are located in Shaftesbury, Dorset, Somerset as well as the natural iconic beauty of caves, hills, and unique rock formations in the latter two towns.
Another theory of the heart chakra location that has been more recently channeled is in Maui, Hawaii—another potential site of ancient Lemuria.
Throat Chakra: The Great Pyramid
The throat chakra responsible for communication is the voice of the Earth. Its location is between the Great Pyramid, the city of Jerusalem, Mt. Sinai, and Mt. Olives in the Middle East. It is the largest chakra on Earth by size.
The Great Pyramids are connected to otherworldly intelligence and may have been used as energy beacons to transmit information.
There are many theories of the pyramids having hidden rooms that used to serve as mystery school and now maybe hidden until the right time of human conscious awakening.
Jerusalem serves as a sacred city for many religious and holy sites. Next to the old city is the Mount of Olives, where apparently many key events in the life of Jesus took place.
The other mount, Mt. Sinai, is the most important mountain is Jewish history and the place where Moses received the Ten Commandments. It has not been properly identified.
It is thought to be between Egypt and Israel. Today the only place that has supporting archeological evidence of being the right place is in the small town of al-Minya and Monastery of St. Catherine. It is two to three hours away from major cities and has been attracting tourists to stay overnight.
Third Eye Chakra: Western Europe
The sixth or the third eye chakra of the Earth is the most elusive of the chakras as it is on the move—its location changes every 150-200 years.
Since 2012 it is thought to be located in Western Europe close to the Stonehenge. Visiting this site today may be bringing you the energy of two chakras.
The third eye chakra of the Earth brings us the wisdom of the collective consciousness.
Another possible location of the third eye chakra is at Kuh-e Malek Siah bordering Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.
Crown Chakra: Mt. Kailash In The Himalayas
Finally, the last of the major chakras is the crown chakra located in Tibet, Mount Kailash in the Himalayas. This energy site broadcasts the Earth’s purpose and will. It is the place of the highest consciousness on Earth.
At over 22,000 feet, this mount draws many spiritual and religious people year-over-year for a remote journey. It has no easy access by any means of transportation (although there is a bus tour that will bring you closer to the area), and it takes long days of hiking.
This trek is a difficult one and is recommended for those in great health because of its high altitude, extreme weather conditions, and lack of oxygen.
Those who go on this pilgrimage trek consider it being one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences of their lifetime.