Chakra Power bracelet

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A simple but powerful power bracelet made from natural cut and polished beads with a variously colored tasseled charm. One size fits most thanks to a durable elastic band. Color, pattern, size and shape will vary between beads.

 

Basically, a chakra can be defined as energy throughout the non-physical body, so raising awareness through your mind. It is a religious belief comes from Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. This belief system has also gone from the religious world to the secular one, as more yoga studios have adapted this type of meditation into their routines. Its ideology is prevalent in many tips of yoga, including Kundalini and others.

As you can tell from the chart above, there are seven chakras that each has to do with a separate section of the body and therefore each has their own specific purpose. There are seven energy centers and they are all located along the spine. Meditation is supposed to activate these chakras, therefore raising energy and spirituality throughout the spine. 

Overview of the Seven Chakras

Here are the seven chakras, their location relative to the body, the color that represents them, and the purpose that they serve. They each have two names, and I include both.

  • Muladhara (Root Chakra) – It is located at the base of the spine and colored red. These candles encourage increased vitality and self-confidence and the color symbolizes Earth power.
  • Svadhisthana (Sacral Chakra) – Located in the lower abdominal region below the navel, its color is orange. The purpose of these candles is to enhance feelings of sensuality and intimacy, as well as promoting creativity and self-expression.
  • Manipura (Solar Plexus) – Its color is yellow, which is thought to be the color of vitality and heightened intelligence. Therefore, this chakra candle is used to encourage higher thought processes and give you 
  • Anahata (Heart Chakra) – Centered where your heart is, it is meant to symbolize the center of one’s being and emotion. Green represents the heart chakra and the candle draws healing energies and is meant to relieve heartaches and regret, which is thought to open up your soul to possibilities.
  • Vishuddha (Throat Chakra) – You may have guessed that it is located at the center of the throat, and is associated with the color blue. It corresponds with personal expression, enhancing your ability to listen effectively as well communicate clearly through speech and the written word. Blue is meant to have a calming effect on the nervous system.
  • Ajna (Third Eye/Brow Chakra) – Located at the center between the eyebrows, it symbolized by Indigo, which is considered to be a very highly spiritual color. Its purpose is to connect us to intuition, spirituality, higher wisdom and greater understanding. Many kundalini practices teach you to concentrate all of your thoughts and energies to this one specific spot.
  • Sahasrara (Crown Chakra) – The uppermost chakra, as it is located above the crown of the head, it is associated with the color Purple. Purple has been used for thousands of years to denote royalty and higher spiritual wisdom. This chakra is considered to be the purest state of consciousness, as it increases creative imagination, heightens intuition and promotes greater understanding. It is by far the most philosophical and spiritual chakra.

So there is a brief but very general overview of the seven chakras. I was in no way trying to make you an expert on this subject and many of the descriptions were vague. You may also notice that they are all related and very similar, which can make it difficult to differentiate between them. That was a basic summary of them, as I could write an article of each chakra, as that is how detailed the philosophy behind them are. If you are curious about these and which to learn much more details about them, I would highly recommend this article from Expressions of Spirit.