As increasing numbers of people discover the life-changing power of yoga, spirituality, and ancient religious traditions, spiritual jewellery has become more and more popular. But chakra jewellery is much more than just a style. Wearing a symbol with deep meaning for you can be transformative as it focuses your mind and channels your energy. To meet these high ideals, we draw on decades of experience as both spiritual practitioners and trained designers to create our chakra jewellery. The resulting pieces combine traditional forms, elegant design, and the highest quality materials and craftmanship. Thanks to our attention to detail, our chakra amulets, chakra necklaces, chakra bracelets, and charka earrings make a unique impact, both as stunning accessories and as inspiring spiritual jewellery.
Eternal Bliss chakra jewellery: a wealth of authentic colors and forms
As energy centers in our bodies, chakras are wonderful sources of inspiration for jewellery designs. The luminous shine of the precious metals we use in our chakra jewellery – fine silver, gold, and rosé gold – evokes this chakra energy. All our spiritual jewellery is made of the finest sterling silver; for the gold and rosé gold versions of our designs, the silver pieces are gold-plated with richly colored pure (24-carat) gold.
What’s more, each chakra glows with a different color. The luminous gemstones in many of our chakra amulets, chakra bracelets, and chakra earrings bring these colors to vivid life. But beyond capturing the innate splendor of the chakras, we draw on years of study and research to craft designs that are authentic. Some of our chakra jewellery follows a highly traditional style, representing the “nadis” or energy channels connected to each chakra as lotus petals and reproducing the “beej” or seed mantra for each chakra in accurate Sanskrit lettering. Other designs are minimalistic, modern interpretations of the chakras based on the forms from the sacred geometry associated with each of them. But all of our chakra jewellery is carefully designed to evoke the unique energy of each chakra and support your personal journey of development. Our chakra necklaces, chakra bracelets, and chakra earrings are all beautiful – but more importantly, they are spiritual jewellery meant to inspire you and activate your energy.
Why wear chakra jewellery?
“Chakra” is a Sanskrit word that means “wheel” or “disk.” This name comes from the fact that the chakras are spinning vortices of energy. The seven chakras are located along the vertical axis of our bodies, starting with the root chakra at the base of the spine and ending with the crown chakra at the highest point of the head. Each chakra controls a different aspect of our development and personality. Chakra-focused meditation and rituals are traditional methods for freeing the flow of energy through a specific chakra to strengthen the corresponding aspects of our character. Spiritual jewellery such as our chakra necklaces, chakra bracelets, and chakra earrings can support practices like these because their beautiful, authentic designs inspire us and focus our attention.
Choosing the right Eternal Bliss chakra jewellery for you
As you look at our beautiful chakra jewellery, you may feel yourself drawn to a specific form or color. Such an instinctive response may be valuable message from your unconscious about which chakra resonates for you! At the same time, it can be helpful to know more about the meanings and characteristics of the different chakras:
- The first chakra – known as the root chakra or base chakra – is found at the bottom of the spine. In Sanskrit, it is called muladhara chakra. Because the root chakra’s color is red, we use gemstones such as garnets and coral in our root chakra jewellery. The “beej” or seed mantra for the root chakra is LAM, and this word appears in beautiful Sanskrit script as the focal point of many of our root chakra jewellery designs. If you look closely at our chakra amulets, you will see that the gemstone or Sanskrit mantra is surrounded by four lotus petals. In some cases they are modeled quite realistically, and in others they reduced to clean, simple forms – but in each case they represent the four nadis or energy channels that connect to the root chakra. The root chakra is associated with the earth and with being grounded, stable, and secure.
- The second chakra or sacral chakra is located above the sexual organs. Its Sanskrit name is Svadhisthana chakra. To represent the brilliant orange of the sacral chakra, we use gemstones such as madeira citrine, carnelian, and agate in some of our sacral chakra jewellery. The sacral chakra amulets on our chakra necklaces and chakra bracelets may also feature the beej mantra VAM in authentic Sanskrit lettering, and all of them include six lotus petals. The sacral chakra is the chakra of desire, creativity, sexuality, and the enjoyment of life.
- The third chakra is the solar plexus or navel chakra. We especially love the Sanskrit name of the solar plexus chakra, Manipura chakra, because it means “lustrous gem.” And we really do use lustrous gems in our solar plexus chakra jewellery to represent its sunny yellow color. They include citrines and sapphires, agate, and jade in gorgeous golden tones. Of course, some designs also include the solar plexus chakra’s beej mantra, RAM, and our amulets show the ten lotus petals that stand for the chakra’s nadis. The solar plexus chakra is the seat of self-confidence, control, and action.
- The fourth chakra is the heart chakra or, in Sanskrit, the Anahata chakra. To capture its vibrant green color, we incorporate emeralds, peridots, and jade into our heart chakra jewellery. You can also find the Sanskrit beej mantra YAM at the center of many of our heart chakra amulets. Twelve elegantly formed lotus leaves are recurring elements of our spiritual jewellery representing the heart chakra. Not surprisingly, the heart chakra is the chakra of love, empathy, and selflessness.
- The fifth chakra is the throat chakra or Vishuddha chakra. Its color is blue, so we choose gemstones like sapphire, topaz, lapis lazuli, and kyanite for our throat chakra jewellery. The beej mantra HAM is a central aspect of some of our throat chakra amulets as well. One of the most striking aspects of our throat chakra amulets is the ring of sixteen lotus petals representing the nadis. The throat chakra is associated with communication, self-expression, and independence.
- The sixth chakra has an especially fascinating name: it is known as the third eye chakra. It is located on the forehead between the eyebrows. In Sanskrit, the third eye chakra is the Ajna chakra. Because its color is purple, we use amethysts in different shades of violet in our third eye chakra jewellery. Because this chakra has just two nadis, its shape is quite distinctive, with a single lotus petal on each side. Some of our spiritual jewellery representing the third eye chakra also incorporates the traditional Sanskrit mantra KSHAM. As the name suggests, the third eye chakra is the chakra of inspiration, intuition, and higher knowing.
- The seventh chakra, located at the highest point of the head, is the crown chakra or Sahasrara chakra, also known as the Buddha chakra. To indicate its brilliant clarity, we use gemstones like pink sapphire, lavender stone, and rock crystal in our crown chakra jewellery. The universal mantra OM in beautiful Sanskrit lettering also graces a number of our crown chakra amulets. As the crown chakra connects with an infinite number of nadis, our spiritual jewellery representing this chakra shows an intricate burst of “countless” lotus petals. The crown chakra is the point where the individual connects with the universal being. This makes it one of the most meaningful and inspirational of our chakra jewellery designs.
You can find more details about the seven chakras and our spiritual jewellery based on them in the separate sections for each chakra and in the “Meaning” section of our site. We hope that this information and our beautiful chakra necklaces, chakra bracelets, and chakra earrings will inspire and support you on your spiritual path.