This Myga Chakra Bead Necklace can be described as simply stunning! This necklace has the power to feed on the energies around us, and shift it into positive vibrational frequency.
‘Feed on the energy that flows through the colours around the environment and harness its positive vibrational frequency.’
The necklace is made with 7 natural crystals, all carefully carved to make the perfect sphere, showing the natural patterns and colourings within each unique crystal. The 7 crystals used within this necklace are all known for different healing and strengthening properties;
Muladhara (brown coloured stone) is used to block any feelings of fear and is responsible for the survival instinct. It gives us our sense of grounding and security, as well as the feelings of safety and stability.
Swadhisthana (orange coloured stone), this chakra is linked to the mind and blocks any feelings of guilt, it is a centre of reasoning and intellect.
Manipura (yellow coloured stone) is the centre of the willpower, once unblocked you will be able to control your energy, discipline and endurance.
Anahata (green coloured stone) is associated with our heart centre in which lies the seat of unconditional love. Opening this chakra will unlock an abundance of love, compassion and charity to others.
Vishudha (blue stone), is the best stone for communication and self expression, this will help you on your journey to create your negative experiences and transform them into wisdom and learning.
Ajna (lighter blue/green coloured stone) It is a centre for power of conception, but it also has the potential of developing Divine sight, sensitivity and clairvoyance, once unblocked it can help to distinguish pride and intellectual arrogance.
Sahasrara (purple coloured stone) is essentially the spiritual self, it is associated with the pursuit of spiritual peace, and connecting to higher consciousness or state of being.
There is a lovely silk black tassel which hangs at the end of the necklace representing connection to spirit, or your highest truth. As well as its beauty, it serves a secondary purpose – you can gently drip some of your favourite essential oils on the end of the tassel, such as lavender to help de-stress you while wearing around your neck.
In Yogic tradition this necklace is use during a Japa meditation practice and is known as a Mala. It is used as a tool to focus the mind during meditation or count mantras in sets of 108 repetitions.
This Mala consists of 108 beads on an elastic band that can be used as a necklace or wrapped around the wrists.
This stunning piece of jewellery is presented in a cotton draw string bag, which is then displayed in a beautiful carved wooden box. Inside the box is also a small information booklet which allows the recipient to see the meaning behind their beaded bracelet.