The Chakra correspondences are as follows:

Crown Chakra – Clear Quartz

High spiritual vibration stone for higher states of consciousness, enhancer of intuition, psychic gifts, sobriety and memory.

Third-Eye Chakra – Amethyst

Opens the third eye, enhances enlightenment, dream-work, psychic abilities, personal power and honesty. An energy protector.

Throat Chakra – Sodalite

Gemstone of peace and relaxation, higher communication, expression of highest spiritual truth and dissolves repression.

Heart Chakra – Rose Quartz

Heart healer, harmonizer, comforter, diffuser of negativity, encourages compassion and empathy, balances male and female energy.

Solar Plexus Chakra – Tiger Eye

Gemstone of abundance and wealth, prosperous business and creativity. Increases self esteem, protects and cleanses the aura.

Sacral Chakra – Citrine

A stabilizing stone, restores vitality, motivation, creativity, positive life choices, analytical abilities and regulates the metabolism.

Base or Root Chakra – Red Jasper

The Seven Chakras (Hindu)

Sahasrara (Sanskrit: सहस्रार, Sahasrāra), or Sahastrara

Appearance: 1,000 multi-colored petals arranged in 20 layers with 50 petals.

Location: Sahasrara is centered at the top of the head.

Seed mantra: mmm

Ajna (Sanskrit: आज्ञा, ājňā) meaning “command or summoning”

Appearance: Two white petals.

Location: Ajna is positioned in the brain, behind the eyebrow center.

Seed mantra: Aum

Vishuddha (Sanskrit: विशुद्ध, Viśuddha) also known as Vishuddhi

Appearance: 16 purple or smoke colored petals.

Location: Vishuddha is positioned at the neck region near the spine.

Seed mantra: ham

Anahata (Sanskrit: अनाहत, Anāhata), meaning “unhurt or unbroken”

Appearance: A lotus flower, with 12 vermilion petals.

Location: Anahata is positioned behind the spine at the heart region.

Seed mantra: yam

Manipura (Sanskrit: मणिपूर, Maṇipūra), meaning “City of jewels”

Appearance: An upside-down triangle, with 10 dark-blue petals.

Location: Manipura is situated directly behind either the solar plexus.

Seed mantra: ram

Swadhisthana (Sanskrit: स्वाधिष्ठान, Svādhiṣṭhāna), meaning “One’s own abode”

Appearance: A lotus flower, with six vermilion colored petals.

Location: Swadhisthana sits at the tailbone, two finger-widths above Muladhara.

Seed mantra: vam

Muladhara (Sanskrit: मूलाधार, Mūlādhāra), meaning “Root” or “Support”

Appearance: A square lotus, with eight sided spears and four red petals.

Location: Muladhara sits at the of the spine

Seed mantra: lam

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