Crown Chakra Amethysts Bracelet: The highest (or third eye) chakra, also called the Sahasrara chakra, is located on top of the skull at the back of the neck. It is considered the third eye chakra in many western yoga traditions, as it is the area where a person's mental, emotional, and physical awareness comes together. The crown chakra is also known as the third eye, or the third chakras. Kundalini energy flows through the body's seven chakras per the system of meditation.
The crown chakras are associated with the Kundalini, Prana, and the life force. The Prana is said to flow through them as well, although not directly. Kundalini, according to yogic tradition, is a serpent-like female that arises from the Muladhara chakras and then travels to the crown chakras and begins to manifest itself into various manifestations.
Crown gemstone bracelets and other jewelry is worn by those who want to purify their chakras and to increase the energy levels in their body. The gemstones of a chakra bracelet are usually Amethysts, Garnet, Ruby, Emerald, Opal, Citrine, Topaz, Sapphire, Jade, Emerald, and Tanzanite. The colors of these precious gemstones vary depending on the stone. Amethysts are usually light blue, green, or brown. Garnet, Ruby, Emerald, and Opal are deep amber or grayish, while Citrine, Topaz, Jade, and Emerald are deep orange, blue, purple, and green.
Amethyst and ruby have long been associated with the crown chakra. In the ancient Chinese culture, the gemstone amethyst was often given to newly-weds as an indication of auspicious marriage. Similarly, in India, amethyst is used in many mania kavya designs as a symbol for love and marriage. Ruby is often incorporated in amethyst designs because it is thought to represent passion, wealth, and happiness.
Opal is a member of the Quartz family, which includes Amethyst, Sapphire, Topaz, and Jade. Opal is a light green, silvery stone.
Citrine, also known as Tanzanite, is a dark, rich red-brown stone. Like opal, it is associated with wealth and happiness. Tanzanite is one of the rarest of the gemstones and its color ranges from blue-green, to brown-red.
Prana is the life force in the body. The "prana" energy is usually described as a subtle force which radiates throughout the chakras. The seven chakras of the body correspond to the three main centers of the chakras system. The chakras correspond with the three main parts of a human being: the physical body, the mind, and the spirit.
When prana is blocked, it creates a sense of imbalance, and the aura around the body becomes depleted. This, in turn, causes problems in the other chakras.
Prana balances the seven chakras by keeping all seven at the right balance of vibration. This balancing of the aura is achieved through proper nutrition, meditation, relaxation, and proper breathing techniques. It also involves relaxation of the mind by way of progressive visualization exercises.
Amethyst is said to have healing qualities which make it a wonderful chakra gemstone. According to Hindu tradition, amethyst is said to have seven "jewels" in the "Amita Chakra," which is located at the base of the spine. It is also said to help balance and stabilize the Kundalini Chakra. According to Indian yogis, the amethyst is the stone of the warrior and ascetic.
The chakra amethyst bracelet helps promote positive energy in both the physical and spiritual worlds. It is also believed to help alleviate the symptoms of many diseases. Some of the ailments amethyst can treat include arthritis, digestive disorders, insomnia, depression, insomnia, anxiety, fatigue, insomnia, stress, digestive disorders, cancer, insomnia, hypertension, cancer, stomach disorders, muscle pain, joint pain, kidney disorders, and back pain.
It is not uncommon to have a chakra amethyst bracelet worn on the lower abdomen, lower chest, ankle, and foot. It is also worn on the forehead, the lower back, wrist, and upper arm.