Our Chakra Prayer Flags enrich your environment. These flags can be hung inside or outdoors. When a breeze passes through the cloth, the essence of the symbol and the color will flow across the earth, nourishing all it touches with positive vibrations. Certain colors are associated with each chakra (or energy center) in your body. There are 7 large chakras within your body and other smaller ones. In meditation and yoga practices you begin with the chakra at the base of your spine, called the muladhara or first chakra. Its color is red. Moving up the spine, the next chakra is orange; then comes yellow and the next is green (at your heart). The chakra in your throat is blue, while the third-eye chakra is indigo, and the 7th chakra at the top of your head is violet. The dominant color of each flag corresponds to each chakra’s color. Even viewed at a distance, these prayer flags could be used to focus your meditations. Radionics specialist Dr. David Tansley has found lines of light cross each other 21 times in your body where the 7 large chakras are formed. These intersections create vortices of energy. Where the smaller or minor chakras exist, the lines of light only cross 7 to 14 times and appear to correspond to acupuncture points in your body. Well documented positive and negative effects occur when the energy flows easily through or is blocked in the chakras.
- Sacred symbols for each of the 7 main chakras are printed on the flags, one for each chakra.
- The flag’s dominant color is connected to the chakra symbol.
- The symbols are in Sanskrit.
- Each flag measures 14” high by 12” wide.