Svadhisthana/Hara/Womb represents the unconscious mind in the brain. Samskaras, Vasanas, and Karma reside there and influence the corresponding brain. That is why some of our actions and reactions to situations are automatic, robotic, and unexplainable, unless we make a conscious effort to respond to it in a conscious manner. This is the root of the unconscious being, instinctive behavior and actions. Samskaras-tendencies (both physical and mental), former impressions, former dispositions, Vasanas, and Karma, form the innate character of a person, for better or worse and are the reminders of the past lives. The subtle body carries the fragrance of all past actions, impressions, and karma. Our Karma chooses our parents (the genes), the environment and heredity. The very fact that we do not remember our experiences from our infancy does not negate the existence of such experiences. Every experience leaves an impress (footprint) on the mind in the present (and past life) and modulates future behavior. These impressions establish a behavior pattern colored by the imprints. Sam= collection of + akara=forms Samskara = predisposition, inclination. Since predisposition translates into an established behavior, it is like a scar on the psyche, and behavior, carried from one life to another. During a womb clearing, many impressions will surface and the participant will feel the activity of Shakti Kundalini and this may also lead one eventually to a blessed kundalini awakening. During these sessions we dive together though, in loving trust, deep into the womb/hara to purify repressed trauma and pain, emotional energetic blocks, acknowledging painful experiences and egoic repeated patterns of behaviour, allowing suppressed feelings to be released and dissolve in the light of pure consciousness. Energy cords of attachment from past relationships through intention, can be cleared and dissolve in the light of pure awareness too. All samskaras are embedded in the subconscious mind or chitta. The subconscious mind is otherwise known as the unconscious or subjective mind. If the participant is open and receptive, without resisting, consciousness can shift and expand through the surfacing of the unconscious, blocked dense energy is released and transmuted, assimilation follows and integration is established through the loving flow of Shakti Ma. Associated with sacrum lower back, genitals, womb, kidneys, bladder and hips, sacral chakra is involved with one’s deepest intimacy and sensuality, sexuality, emotions and desires. All watery functions of the body have to do with this chakra: circulation, tears, menstruation (for woman), orgasm, urination. Hara, the womb reflects archetypes from the collective unconscious of the Cosmic Womb of all that has been experienced for millennia – contraction, expansion, death, rebirth, and enlivenment.