This Chakra Crystal Tree Of Life Sun-Catcher, with Feather Charm, is bound on a 5cm (2.5inch) Gold coloured band and is set with a ribbon loop so it is ready to hang. Designed with all 7 elements of the Chakra the crystals set as leaves are spread between 14 branches, attached to the loop in Labyrinth Spirialstwisting down onto 7 boughs before becoming the trunk of the tree, finally reaching down to the earth with seven dual twisted strands representing the roots binding themselves to the base of the loop. The following Crystals represent the following pots of the Chakra
Root: Red Jasper
Sacral: Tigers Eye
Heart: Rose Quartz
Crown: Clear Quartz
This suncatcher looks beautiful hung in a window (comes supplied with suction cup hoop), but is also a size that would suit a rear-view mirror decoration, or even be made into a wearable brooch (Please note it is made from a base metal for those with sensitive skin).
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The ancient Celts believed that Trees held special spiritual properties, they were an integral part of their culture and beliefs. The Tree of Life (called crann bethadh by ancient Celts) is a well-known symbol used as decorations to symbolise how natures forces come together to create balance and harmony. They believed it had magical powers, it symbolised wisdom, long life and strength, calm, peace and relaxation. It also had the meaning of rebirth, by losing it leaves in autumn and hibernating in Winter like death to come back the following spring growing again into the full life of summer-like birth all over again year on year longer than the life of man, because of this it is also a fertility symbol. Trees were said to protect the land yet also were a door to the spirit world. It connects the ‘Other’ world with its roots stretching down, to the ‘World Above’ with its branches reaching to the sky, connecting the Earth ‘mortal World’ to both with its strong and sturdy trunk. All of this is interlinked and is represented by the design being circular or the tree embedded into a circle. If the Celts cleared an area of land for either farming or living one tree would be left which would become the Tree of Life, each tree is believed to be a human ancestor. Even the Tree of Life predates the Ancient Celts being used in Ancient Egypt and even in Northern England during the bronze age, the Celts may have adopted their Tree of Life from the Norse Yggdrasil. It appears in many other cultures, not just these few, the oldest known example was found in Turkey in the Domuztepe excavations which would take it back to 7000BC.
The points of the Chakras refer to the centralised locations where subtle energy known as nadis converge.
There are thought to be many chakras, but the seven main chakras run along the spine starting at the pelvic floor leading to the crown of the head.
Chakra Points regulate energy throughout the body’s meridian channels, sending energy where needed. Balanced Chakras aid the body to maintain health or ease illness or injury.
Love, Hope, Compassion
Communication, Creativity, Healing
Intuition, Psychic Sense
Aside from its history the Tree of Life has no negative connotations and is respected by most cultures. It is more than just a religious or spiritual symbol; it can be just a pretty piece give as a gift to decorate a home.
The Tree of Life can be worn as a pendant but should be avoided if you are allergic to base metal or copper products as the wire and the ring may cause reactions. It can easily be turned into a brooch.
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