Chakra Crystals are easy to find if you use my handy Chakra Crystals Cheat Chart. Learn about any crystal, just by the colour. Create your own Chakra Crystal Set by selecting stones by their colour.
The truth is all crystals relate to different chakras. Colour is vibration, so the colour of a crystal is often a good indication to which chakra it relates to. You can create a Chakra Crystal Set from many different crystals, not just the sets that are sold in shops. Even if you have crystals and you do not remember their name, you can still use them by their Chakra association.
Once you know which Chakra a crystal relates to, you can have instant knowledge about some of its metaphysical properties. This is why I believe learning about the Chakras is so helpful and important for anyone working with crystals or Crystal Healing.
That is why I wrote a beginner’s guide book to crystals and the Chakras Crystal Healing For The Chakras. Below is a diagram showing you the positions of the seven Major Chakras for reference:
How To Use The Chakra Crystals Cheat Chart
This system of using Chakra colour associations is a general guide and some crystals may work for more than one Chakra, but it is still a good place to start. The following correspondences are based on ancient knowledge and also my own personal work with crystals.
The chart is based on information in my book Crystal Healing For The Chakras, which also goes into a lot more detail. To use the Cheat Chart just look at the main colour of your crystals and see which Chakra it relates to. I have also included some helpful keywords for each Chakra so you can get an idea of the type of properties your crystal has.
Do you have a question about Chakra Crystals? I would love to hear from you in the comments below (Please keep any questions you have on topic if you want a response).
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