Chakra Garden blends the seven chakra symbols with bursts of garden color and more. Flowers, rocks, rainbows, ponds, and sky are some of the natural elements used in creating the series.
Prints and cards are available of this series along with other artwork featuring the chakras on Etsy. You can learn more about the chakras at chakraspirit.com.
Known as the “thousand-petaled lotus,” the crown chakra presents enlightenment, spiritual growth, and union with the higher self, the cosmos, the divine.
Ajna, the sixth chakra, relates to light and spirit and allows us to tune in to the higher self for inner guidance.
Associated with purity, self-expression and truthful communication, Visuddha, the throat chakra is the center of transformation.
Anahata is the fourth chakra—love. It represents compassion, kindness, selfless love, and devotion.
The third chakra from the “Chakra Garden” series, manipura is associated with identity and self-esteem
Svadisthana is our sacral chakra—the focal point of our emotions, sensuality, and creativity.
Our root chakra, muladhara, is associated with our connection to our bodies, the physical world, and the ground beneath us.