This bracelet is made of the following 7 minerals, in the colours of the 7 chakras: Crystal quartz, Amethyst, Lapis lazuli, Green aventurine, Calcite, Red aventurine, Red jasper. The beads are separated by golden rings. The name Rudraksha comes from Hindu mythology and means “the tears of Shiva”. It is generally believed that the god Shiva meditated on the welfare of mankind.
What are Chakras?
Chakra is Sanskrit for ‘wheel’ and means ‘wheel of energy’. It is believed that they are the energy centres in your body. Most traditions adhere to seven chakras, but there is also mention of eight or nine chakras. All the chakras together form a system, which means that they all affect each other and that they work together. Every chakra has its own specific qualities and functions. The chakras are different kinds of consciousness.
Chakras are the different areas in your life. It is believed that the first chakra represents survival and the second creativity. Allegedly, the third is your feeling of self-worth and the fourth tells you something about love. It is believed that chakra five is your communication, the sixth provides you with insight and the seventh connects you to the holy. Chakras can be felt in your body and your behaviour tells a lot about them. In order to influence chakras, or to get to know them, special colours, symbols and gemstones are used.
The Most Common Colours and Gemstones
1st chakra: red – red jasper
2nd chakra: orange – peach aventurine, carnelian, orange calcite
3rd chakra: yellow – gold quartz, citrine, yellow agate, yellow jasper
4th chakra: green – rose quartz or green aventurine
5th chakra: blue – lapis lazuli, sodalite, blue chalcedony
6th chakra: indigo – amethyst, grey-blue agate
7th chakra: violet – rock crystal or amethyst
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