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    Sanskrit word “Chakra” literally means a wheel or disk. As per the ancient eastern belief (Ayurveda and Yoga), every human body has subtle life force or energy centers called Chakra that moves inside us spinning and rotating like a wheel. Such energy centers are centralized locations which channels the healing energy throughout the body. There are seven such subtle energy wheels, starting from the base of the spine through to the crown of the head. These 7 Chakras are called Root Chakra (Muladhara Chakra), Sacral Chakra (Swadisthan Chakra), Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura Chakra), Heart Chakra (Anahata Chakra), Throat Chakra (Vishuddha Chakra), 3rd Eye Chakra (Agya Chakra) and Crown Chakra (Sahaswara Chakra).

    A crystal of action, this primarily resonates with sacral chakra and is considered to be effective when action is required to be taken. It stimulates the energies both at sacral and solar thereby prompting one to take action with determination and confidence. It is also considered to be a fire element crystal as it gives strength at the time of need. One can use this crystal to boost self esteem and confidence.

    Fibrous and soft crystal, this is a carrier of light and white energy. A wonderful cleanser and channel of energy. It can be put to multiple uses from cleaning other crystal to creating an auric protection. Being a soft crystal, care should be taken while handling it. Also, it should not be exposed to water for a longer duration as it is water soluble.

    Also called as a white Labradorite, this crystal also contains the shiny fire which resembles it to Labradorite. This white crystal is an effective protection stone especially for night travels. This crystal could be used to bring cool & calm energy. Thereby, balancing the water element and reducing aggression related issues.

    A creator crystal. It is also known as Rainbow Fluorite and is a soothing entity in itself. It helps to enhance out of box thinking and giving shape to one's imagination and creativity. It breaks the old patterns which help in looking at the brighter side of life. It is also considered to be helpful in healing bone related issues.

    It is considered to be stone of magic as it can be used to attain multiple manifestations at the same time. Primarily green in color, it has got a distinct feature of containing a shiny fire in blue, green & purple colors. It resonates with root, throat and third eye equally. Thus making it a wonderful crystal for protection, stability, communication and developing psychic abilities.

    A very strong protection crystal, Tiger eye is formed in many variations. No matter which form of tiger eye it may be, it is an amazing protection and grounding crystal. This helps in grounding excessive energies and also stimulates all three base chakras. It prompts one to take decisions and action. It is very effective for protection against evil energies and psychic attacks. However being a fire element crystal it also triggers aggression hence should be used in combination with calmer crystal to balance the aggressiveness especially by those who have short temperament.

    This is a well made sphere of Sodalite. It is quite energetic.  It is well polished on all faces.   Sodalite is a rich royal blue mineral widely enjoyed as an ornamental gemstone.

    Citrine is a stone as bright as its energy. Everything about this stone emanates positivity and joy. Even its name, which is derived from the French word for lemon, carries a sense of sun and joy attached to it. Found naturally in Brazil, Africa, Madagascar, Spain, Russia, France, Scotland and USA, this gemstone has been an ornamental gem for civilizations as early as 300 B.C., and a favorite with jewelry makers since the ancient Greeks and Romans. Even in first century A.D., citrine was being fashioned into cabochon rings and used in intaglio work. Later in the 17th century, Queen Victoria would become fascinated by the beauty of the stone, and as a result it would be used by Scottish men in kilt pins, shoulder broaches, and to adorn their swords and the handles of their daggers. The stone’s popularity resurged again during the Art Deco era, as early Hollywood stars boasted citrine jewelry like elaborate brooches, grand necklaces and other pieces where large faceted citrine was the center piece.

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