If you are grounded, then you do not need to go to your room (or such) in this case.
It makes sense to take gravity for granted, but without it, we become uplifted in a concerning way.
Only within the past few years have I come to experience the sensation of chakras, replacing the rolling of my critical eyes upon the claims of their existence.
There is even a sensible way to begin to connect chakras to science, albeit in a psychological manner initially. Simply charge (i.e. strengthen) each chakra in what is commonly called the manifestation direction (i.e. going down the chakras) for separate groups of people, including those who have no idea about chakras, and even remain unaware that the study involves them. Split those groups into those who receive the charging of the root chakra from those who do not, and scientifically measure the health impact to see if there is an identifiable pattern to validate the existence of chakras.
The root chakra grounds us. Without it, we feel floaty, and this has at least a psychological effect that likely can be scientifically measured.
That floaty ride happened to yours truly, until I charged the root chakra.
Like ambient lighting, I enjoy the aroma from diffusing essential oils. On a terribly limited budget with an appreciation for high-quality, after reasonable online research, I settled upon Plant Therapy as my provider of essential oils (and no, I am not paid to promote them, if unclear).
They have a set of oil blends dedicated to the chakras. I merely assumed that those blends kind of reflected the basic idea of the chakras, but was firmly corrected upon realizing the vivid sensation of having each chakra clearly charged upon inhaling them.
Upon a day hike, I included the manifestation direction of chakras by bringing the bottles on the trail, and sniffing each one to my satisfaction upon feeling a natural calling (which just happened to space them out perfectly). Prior to the root, I unmistakably felt floaty to a point where I casually mused that leaving out the root could be an effective means of torture.
“Alex Theory & Shiva Rea: Rising” is a musically brilliant album about the chakras, which each song charging their respective chakra.
I felt a natural calling to spacemix the top two chakras initially, and released them (which you can find at my YouTube channel). Afterwards, my natural calling expanded to compel me towards spacemixing the entire album, with each song being its own spacemix.
From root through the throat chakras, I fairly quickly finalized them to my purest satisfaction (if there is a flaw there, I cannot find it). Ironically, however, updating the top two chakras to match that flawless quality has been deeply challenging. They require a fine tuning to equally charge the upper two chakras, and that is at least not sonically easy. I am definitely very close, while using my naturally iterative process, and sensibly should have them done upon their fit within this journal, but feel wrong to force a round peg into a square hole just to publish them in a humanly timely manner.
Spacemixing allows me to enhance the charging of the chakras by using sonic pressures that reflect my understanding of them, which I received through a friend strongly devoted to a certain style of Hinduism, in addition to being inspired by the songs and the essential oils themselves.
Muladhara is the chakral root. If you need to feel properly grounded (e.g. due to feeling airy), give that song a listen in a manner that feels healthy to you (e.g. meditatively).
For your convenient comparison, the following ends this post in the original version of that song…