THE ROOT CHAKRA HAMSA BRACELET is for the 1st Chakra (Muladhara). It enhances the sense of grounding and purpose.
Chakra Location: Base of spine in tailbone area.
The ROOT CHAKRA is how we connect to the physical world. The subtle cosmic energies are interchanged with the more earthly energies in this center. We connect to the Mother Earth through the base chakra and in this connection feel a love for the earth. We can experience her as an elemental force, since it is though the earth that we can grow food, build shelter, and thus are able to survive. Just as the earth is a foundation for us to build on, so the root chakra becomes a foundation for all the other chakras to build on. It is the base for the Kundalini energy to be stored.
SIGNS OF IMBALANCE: You need this bracelet if you feel Ungrounded, Unclear of Purpose, Fearful, Insecure, and Confused.
SIGNS OF BALANCE AFTER WEARING AND/OR MEDITATING WITH THE MALA TREE’S CHAKRA HAMSA BRACELET: You will feel grounded, safe, secure, and content.
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 (mudrā) 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.