27 Sacral Chakra Affirmations for Passion and Creativity

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The sacral chakra, also known as the Svadhishthana Chakra, is located just below the belly button and around the pelvic region and is the energy center of our personal power, sexual desire, and creativity.

It’s essential to keep our sacral chakra open so that we can feel creative, loving, grounded, and in control of our sexual energy.

Luckily, we can incorporate many spiritual practices into our daily life to balance the sacral chakra and promote a flow of creativity and well-being.

The Sacral Chakra

When the flow of energy through our sacral chakra becomes blocked or stagnant due to stress or physical trauma, we tend to develop fears, anxieties, and apathy.

Yet when this center is vibrant, rich in the color orange, and life force aura, we can pursue our desires with confidence.

We will feel sexually alive and dynamic as we explore creativity in all its forms.

Choosing a practice to strengthen your spiritual connection to any of your chakras is a personal preference.

If you already have a meditation practice, try incorporating a chakra mantra or a chakra mudra.

If you are a yogi, try finding a chakra yoga pose to add to your practice.

However, using positive affirmations is probably the most accessible chakra healing practice that can be easily done by anyone, anywhere.

Sacral chakra affirmations opening a sacral chakra

What Are Affirmations

Affirmations are positive statements (powerful words or phrases) that we say to ourselves in order to heal our physical and energetic bodies.

Repeating an affirmation over and over is a simple yet powerful technique to alter our mental and emotional state.

Creating the mental image of a desired state of being allows it to become a reality in our minds.

The sacral chakra is no different, and by using affirmations to manifest your desire for this chakra to be vibrant, creative, loving, and in control, you can achieve these things for yourself.

Sacral Chakra Affirmations

Here are some powerful affirmations for balancing the sacral chakra:

I enjoy and respect my body.

I am a sensual and creative being.

I am deserving of receiving pleasure.

I am confident in my ability to express myself creatively.

I love expressing my creativity and being able to share it with others.

I am passionate about my work and enjoy doing what I do best.

My sexuality is healthy and strong.

I am not afraid of exploring my body.

My pure positive energy flows through me.

I am a creative person who lives a vibrant and passionate life.

I embrace the natural flow of life through my physical body.

My dream life is mine to manifest.
I am nurturing a beautiful life free of fear, stress, or worries.

I welcome a life with vigor and full of passion.

I invite my intuitive senses to awaken.

My sexuality is a sacred connection between my body and the divine.

I voice my creativity with ease and pleasure.

I express my truth without fear.

I love and accept my body.

I am a beautiful being made up of positive energy and pure love.

My sexual energy flows freely through my body, giving me great pleasure.

With grace and dignity, I express my creative desires.

I am beautiful inside and out.

I embrace my sexuality and my creativity with confidence and courage.

I radiate beauty and joy.

I express myself how I want without criticism and judgment.

I am free to express my creativity.

Chakra Guide

Here’s a quick overview of each of the major chakras

Root ChakraSecurity & survival
Sacral Chakra – Relationships & sexuality
Solar Plexus Chakra – Self-esteem & trust
Heart Chakra – Love & compassion
Throat Chakra – Creativity & communication
Third Eye Chakra – Sixth sense & intuition
Crown Chakra – Connection to spirit, higher purpose

Griff Williams

MindEasy founder & meditation teacher

Griff Williams is an accredited meditation teacher and founder of MindEasy. He spent 12 years working as a London firefighter before changing paths to pursue building MindEasy. He received his diploma in meditation teaching from The British School of Meditation.