How to use chakras symbols
Inspired by the root chakra Muladhara, this artwork is not just aesthetically beautiful to look at. The square represents solid grounding and the earth itself which gives life to an infinite number of roots. The downward-pointing triangle indicates the three main energy channels– Sushumna, Pingala and Ida nadis which start their journey from the Muladhara. By meditating on this image we connect to the root centre of physical experience.
The symbol of the flower of life is considered sacred among many cultures as it contains the patterns of creation and illustrates the interconnectedness of all beings. This art piece is amplifying the qualities of the sacral chakra Swadhistana such as openness to life, sexuality and procreation, the lunar energy of pleasure, fantasy and emotional expression.
This print transmits penetrating energy of the navel chakra Manipura - energy of transformation, change, and action. The triangle in the middle is symbolic of the power which moves energy through our systems, pushing it out into the world and creating warmth and heat. Use this image to overcome inertia, assume responsibility for your life and assert your will.
Flowery hearts expanding in all directions adorn the heart chakra Anahata - the place of wholeness, boundless love, and compassion. In the centre, a star made of two triangles creates balance between the female, descending energies (the downward pointing triangle) and the male, ascending energies (the upwards pointing triangle). Meditating on this artwork will reconnect us with inner harmony and peace and will improve the quality of love in our life.
Primarily focuses on the element of ether, the sound and energy of purification, this artwork of the throat chakra Vishuddhi is connecting us with the spiritual plane. Our throat centre’s health registers the ability to find our inner truth and convey our voice to the outside world. The vibratory nature of this art piece is designed to guide us on the path of searching for life’s purpose and expanding creative self-expression.
The brow chakra Ajna or the third eye, is represented as a lotus with two petals which describes our experience of duality - sun and moon, male and female, positive and negative, etc. A healthy, spirited Ajna supports us in developing focus, imagination, intuition, and the ability to see beyond the physical. Studying this print with open mindedness, can serve as a mirror into which we can view our limitless potentials.
Divine Union (Sahasrara)
This art piece is charged with incredible healing energy of the most powerful mantras - OM and Gayatri Mantra. The multi-petaled symbol of the crown chakra Sahasrara traditionally represents one’s Union with Supreme, in which higher consciousness of the truth is obtained that one is all and all is one.
The tree yoga pose of this print represents our belonging to the Mother Earth and our aspiration for higher subtler dimensions. Capturing the sweet feeling of connection and oneness, this print evokes peace (shantih in Sanskrit) in the viewers’ hearts and spreads positive energy into the earth and the universe.