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Copper Hanging Merkabah with Chakra Suncatcher 10cm

$41.00

Pure Solid copper Merkaba with Chakra acrylic colours inside (not crystals)

A stunning decorative suncatcher for inside or outside

Has a loop up the top for easy hanging

Dimensions: 10cm (approx.)

The pyramid's main intent is to bring harmony in all aspects of Your life. A pyramid functions as a transmitter for directing intention. By charging it up with thought form, it will be manifested. It has been tried that a pyramid regenerates the natural flow of energy circulation in the body, strengthens the power of intention and harmonizes the environment.

The 1st chakra - Root Chakra - MuladharaThe official name of this chakra, Muladhara, comes from the words Mula, which means root and Dhara, which means support.

The 2nd chakra - Sacral Chakra - SvadhishanaThis chakra is all about your identity as a human and what you do with it. From of all 7 chakras, this chakra is responsible for bringing you creative energy to help enrich your life.

The 3rd chakra - Solar Plexus - ManipuraThis chakra is where your self-confidence, identity, and personal power are born.

The 4th chakra - Heart - AnahataThis chakra is where your love, compassion, and kindness are empowered.

The 5th chakra - Throat - VishuddhaVishuddha which translates to "very pure." This chakra gives a voice to your personal truths.

The 6th chakra - The Third Eye - AjnaThis chakra opens up your mind to information beyond the material world and the 5 senses. Extrasensory perception, intuition or psychic energy, all come from the third eye.

The 7th chakra - Crown - SahaswaraSahaswara, which translates to "thousand petaled." This chakra is pure consciousness energy. The Crown chakra is one of those energies that's hard to explain. You can think of it like magnetism.

Merkaba Symbol

The word Merkaba is actually composed of three separate words: Mer, which means light, Ka, which means spirit and Ba, which means Body. Put together, these three words connote the union of spirit with the body, surrounded by light. The symbol, which takes the shape of a star, is believed to be a divine vehicle made entirely of light and designed to transport or connect the spirit and body to higher realms. Ancient Jewish texts reveal that the word is also the Hebrew for a chariot, and the Bible reveals that the word Merkaba itself is found in the Old Testament a total of 44 times.

Copper Hanging Merkabah with Chakra Suncatcher 10cm

$41.00