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We have seven primary energy centers in the body called chakras.
They have each a physical position, a certain function, and a colour. Each of them also represents a body part, some feelings and some properties.
If all our chakras are balanced and in harmony, our body will function in an optimum way. If unbalanced, our energies will be like in a small river where the water will flow irregularly and noisy. By balancing our chakras, the water/our energies will flow more freely throughout our body and thus the risk of imbalances and consequently illnesses will be reduced to a minimum.
We can work with our chakras either one at a time with a specific focus or work with the all of them at one time. Every stone and crystal will send out energies, which again will initiate the same kind of energies in our thoughts and feelings.
The most important form, the most essential kind of healing is the one we give to ourselves through our personal development. For this, we can use the energy of the crystals; the energy will stimulate various feelings and features. In this way, stress will be put on these feelings and features and then we will be better at using them in our everyday life.
Our physical bodies consist of fine vibrations; likewise, the various stones again consist of vibrations. When we are in contact with the crystals, their vibrations will influence us. Every crystal includes and sends out various vibrations which again start the very same vibrations in our body and mind.
Makes us listen better to ourselves, be in ourselves and our feelings which gives us courage and strength. A mother of pearl is not a crystal, but the natural material of which the inner layer of a pearl oyster consists.
Mother of pearl gives you mental clarity and helps you to choose the right thing. It is useful for handling of any emotional situation and very calming for your mind and body. It stimulates the sensitivity and the intuition. It strengthens both your ability of imagination and adaptation.
The Inka Cross or Chakana is a strong symbol of the old cultures of the Andes and is considered the most complete, holy, geometric design of the Inkas. This symbol is often found in old places and holy centers in the Andes in Peru and in Bolivia.
The Chakana has had, and still has, a considerable meaning to the Inkas and it also represents many meanings in its design.