THE CROWN CHAKRA HAMSA BRACELET is for the 7th Chakra (Sahasrara). It enhances our spirituality and our connection to what we consider as divine.
Chakra Location: Top of the head.
The seventh chakra encompasses all the colors of the rainbow. In the other lower chakras, we work to balance the energies there, to clear them, and unblock them. But the crown chakra has no blockages or imbalances. Once it is open, there are only levels of higher development, of raising to a more vibrant frequency and attuning more clearly. When the crown is open to the Source, the energy flows in and fills the Being, feeds the chakras and increases the vibration until the crown begins to radiate its own energy, in unity with the Divine. In the crown chakra, we have to surrender to the inflowing energy, without control or influence over it. The connection to the Universal energy is one with ours and in that, we allow manifestation to happen. In the seventh chakra is there no longer a sense of division. The macrocosm becomes the microcosm and all is in unity. The feeling of separation from spirit, from God, from fellow man becomes a realization that separation is an illusion and that there can be no loneliness or disconnection, because we are everything and everything is within us.
SIGNS OF IMBALANCE: You need this bracelet if you lack spirituality or feeling an imbalance in that aspect. An imbalanced Crown Chakra makes one harbor excessive fear of death. Life purpose is unclear. Spiritual purpose is cloudy. One needs this if he feels alone or possessing a "God-Complex." The bracelet is helpful also if you are feeling unloved by or angry at our Creator.
SIGNS OF BALANCE AFTER WEARING AND/OR MEDITATING WITH THE MALA TREE’S CHAKRA HAMSA BRACELET: You will have a balanced spiritual life and finally discover your purpose in life. You will feel a strong connection to others and the Higher Power. You will become wise and insightful.
WHAT IS THE HAMSA? WHAT DOES IT SYMBOLIZE?
The Hamsa Hand is an ancient amulet. In all faiths, it is a sign of protection. It brings its owner happiness, luck, health, blessings, power, strength, and good luck and fortune. It is believed to represent purity and to hold magical properties. Hamsa Hand jewelry is popular among yogis, yoginis, lightworkers, healers, and meditation practitioners. It gives protection from the envious or evil eye, a malicious stare believed to be able to cause illness, death or just general unluckiness. Early use of the hamsa has been traced to ancient Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq) as well as ancient Carthage. A universal sign of protection, the image of the open right hand is seen in Mesopotamian artifacts in the amulets of the goddess Ishtar or Inanna. Other symbols of divine protection based around the hand include the Hand-of-Venus (or Aphrodite), the Hand-of-Mary, that was used to protect women from the evil eye and/or boost fertility and lactation, promote healthy pregnancies and strengthen the weak, and in the Buddha's gesture (mudr) of teaching and protection. In the Bible, It is often called the Hand of Miriam [the sister of Moses, who protected him as a baby]. It is also interpreted as the protecting Hand of God.