Chakra Pendant Necklace
The Seven Chakras
There are seven chakras, each of which corresponds to a different section of the body and a different color. (Sometimes you might see these chakras linked to a different part of your endocrine system or nervous system, although that’s not backed up by scientific studies.) Chakra names were originally written in Sanskrit, although these are the names, we typically call them today.
Here are the seven chakras and their associated colors and locations on the body. (Note: Sometimes the colors of the upper chakras vary depending on the school of thought associated with them.)
Location: Bottom of the tailbone
Location: Between the tailbone and the belly button
Solar Plexus Chakra
Location: Belly button area
Location: Center of your chest
Location: Pit of your throat
Third Eye Chakra
Location: Between your eyebrows
Location: The top of your head
How to Align or Balance Your Chakras
Simply taking time out to relax can start to get your balance back in shape. “Let’s say I’m not pushing for a deadline, or I’ve had a good meal and I’m able to take a nice walk with my dog after work or after dinner,” Bar says. “My body, my mind, everything feels a little bit better. I’m allowing that flow to come through me. Nothing is blocking that energy, which happens when I’m feeling fear, or feeling insecure or nervous.”
Doing yoga is also a great way to balance your chakras. In fact, each chakra has a corresponding different yoga pose and can also respond to our breath and meditation practice.
However, Bar stresses that even if you focus your movements on one chakra, you’ll feel benefits across multiple places. “It’s just like when you move your leg,” says Bar. “It will affect another part of your body. There’s no one pose that affects only one chakra. When you do one motion, it will affect others.
Metals Type: Zinc Alloy
Necklace Type: Pendant Necklaces
Chain Type: Snake Chain
Pendant Size: 10cm(long)