Crystals for the Crown Chakra

Crystals for the Crown Chakra

The Crown Chakra or the Sahasrara Chakra is the seventh of the seven chakras.  This chakra is the, centre of direct connection to the divine energy and our higher self.  The Crown Chakra is located at the top of the head and is represented by the colour Violet.  Choosing crystals that match this colour or resonate with this chakra can help to bring the mind and body into balance and harmony. 

The Crown Chakra

This chakra brings us the opportunity to connect with, and experience the highest forms of consciousness.  Allowing us to feel the ultimate feelings of joy and bliss and total harmony with life.  You are able to understand the world around you for what it truly is, finding comfort in life's temporary and yet eternal nature.  When the Crown Chakra is in balance it allows us to maintain a pure connection to the divine, feeling enlightened and connected.  We are energised as the whole body comes into flow and supports the chakra system as a whole. 

However, this chakra can become unbalanced.  If you notice any of the following signs you might have an over or under active crown chakra;

  • Feeling disconnected
  • Constantly searching for answers
  • Circling around the idea of self-help but never moving forward
  • Restless thinking
  • Materialistic behaviour and focus on attachment to things
  • Be drawn to extremist religions 
  • Feeling lost or alienated

If you notice you are feeling any of these, it might be time to focus on some healing.  By incorporating the following crystals into your routine, you can help promote healing and a healthy crown chakra, bringing you closer to that divine energy.

  • Clear Quartz
  • Selenite
  • Herkimer diamond
  • Clear apophyllite

Try visualising the colour violet as you meditate holding one of the above crystals in your hand.  Violet signifies direct spiritual connection and promotes a feeling of wholeness and oneness.


Written by Donna Edwards

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