Calves are governed by the Muladhara and Manipura chakras. Nadis, which emanate from these chakras, pass intensely through this area. They represent what is known as “earthly matters,” which include daily responsibilities and routines. Describing work as “earthly” does not mean it is insignificant. For example, paying the electricity bill may be burdensome, but without paying it, we cannot use electricity and focus on more important things.

No task, even the most trivial, that needs to be done is unnecessary or insignificant for the Pranamaya Kosha (energetic body). Each of us should observe whether we fully engage in fulfilling daily obligations or merely perform them in order to proceed to the accomplishment of greater tasks in our lives. The calves are the area where this is most easily observed.

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