Manifestation of Magic and Miracles Third Eye Chakra Mala

$150.00

This piece is made to order. Please allow up to 2 weeks for the creative process + shipping time. Thank you.

This mala is “She Sees”. The Third Eye is considered the mother of the seven chakras. While all Chakras provide for us, the Third Eye is supposed to be supervising them all. It is the eye of the soul, the centre of presence and perception. The amethyst and purple mountain jade resonate with the ability to move beyond sight and into pure understanding of what is seen.

Necklace Dimensions: Approximately 34 to 38 inches in length. (The additional tassel varies from approximately 6 to 8 inches.) When taking them off, please lay them carefully so the tassel is flat. Although they are strung on nylon coated steel, please do not wear them in water or while sleeping.

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Description

Chakra is Sanskrit for the word wheel or disc. Chakras are energy vortices that spin as glowing wheels of light within every sentient being. Humans have seven (primary) chakras that correspond with areas of the body, starting at the base of the spine, all the way up to the top of the head. Chakras can be overactive or deficient, blocked or out of balance. Selecting a gemstone Mala according to the corresponding chakra may assist one’s vibration at that relevant frequency.

The 6th chakra or 3rd Eye Chakra is Ajna, meaning “to perceive”. It is located at the center of the forehead and is one’s wisdom light, enabling clear vision. When this chakra is balanced, one’s understanding becomes expansive and deep, the individual sees the world and themselves distinctly and their intuitive sense is reliable. The color for the 6th Chakra is Indigo and symbolically means “I see”, representing vision, intuition, mysticism and free mindedness. Gemstones recommended for the 3rd Eye Chakra are sodalite, amethyst etc. amethyst etc.

(Please note: There will be variation between every individual piece of the same style, due to the nature of it being hand-created, and due to the availability and imperfections found in stones and fabric – but both these aspects lend character to each piece.)