The chakras are vortexes of energies in the subtle body. The etheric body is the first layer of our aura and is the closest to our body’s energy system. Healthy chakras keep our mind, body, and spirit living in harmony. A closed chakra caused by an energy blockage, whether emotional or spiritual, will create disharmony, causing the chakras to go into excess or lack. This induces a state of lethargy and disorientation and eventually leads to physical illness.

Let’s balance the Chakras and design our home!!

We connect with the universe through our astral body and the chakras that energize us in a reciprocity that surrounds us as a whole. Our home is an extension of our energy, so a happy home is a happy you! Let’s integrate the chakras into our home in a way that we understand and connect with.

The Root or Base Chakra is associated with stability and survival and rules the Kitchen, Bathroom. The kitchen is where we sustain ourselves, so a clean, bright and cheery environment keeps the chakra happy. An antique Indian sideboard or manjoosh carved from old wood works splendidly as an island where the family keeps you company while you cook their favorite meals. By grounding the woods and earth colors of vintage carved barn doors for the pantry, the tree of life nurtures us. Decorate with fresh fruits and flowers, supporting the fountain, this chakra is also where any energy is eliminated from our body, so the toilet should not have any leaks or problems since that drains energy. The old door console made with old doors studded with iron and brass converted into a bathroom cabinet provides the grounding element. Decorate with broadleaf plants and distressed wood planters.

The Sacral Chakra is connected to the center of creativity and could be your extra room where you paint or blog. Orange, burnt reds, reddish beaded sari tapestry hanging from an old mantle of weathered carved wood give off the aura of creative energy. Accent with sheer saree drapes and cushions and feel the creative juices flow.

The Solar Plexus Chakra is our personal will, social connections and governs our emotions and discipline. The family room and laundry room are connected to this chakra. Do you feel happy and connected sitting in your family room or isolated? A stunning intricately carved vintage yellow ochre cabinet or distressed wood yellow coffee table will bring new energy. My friend decorated her laundry room beautifully with an antique Indian closet that she used to store her clothes and cleaning supplies, a practical and beautiful statement!

The Heart Chakra represents love and compassion and I immediately connect it to the green plants that are scattered throughout my house. The bedroom is the area of ​​the heart chakra and the seat of divine love. A beautiful antique door makes a gorgeous headboard, door panels hung on either side add an eclectic touch. Beautiful carved consoles make one of a kind nightstands and the bedding is soft and beautiful pashmina woven bedspreads give it a luxurious and luxurious feel.

An uncluttered hallway keeps energy flowing from room to room and the Throat Chakra governs communication. Clean hallways and your workstation or computer areas connect to this chakra. We connect to the world through the Internet, but the electromagnetic charge around us disturbs our energy field. Grounding old door study tables removes this burden and balances us so we can vocalize in a happy and concise medium. Blue carved entry tables and turquoise antique cabinets also energize this chakra.

The Ajna or Third Eye Chakra is the master chakra that balances all other chakras, but it is open only when all others are balanced. Wisdom and intuition and connected to the source, the Ajna chakra is your sacred space or your meditation room where you connect with your inner being. Abundance in all aspects of life is governed by this chakra and violet is the color that resonates with it. Yantras and divine sculptures of Shiva, Ganesha and Durga raise the vibrations of this space.

The crown chakra is our link to the universe, the thousand-petalled lotus that envelops us in its love. The entrance door in ancient times would be carved with beautiful motifs of lotuses and divine symbols attracting cosmic energies into our home and welcoming all that is good.

Designing with furniture and architectural elements from antiquity gives meaning to our collections and energizes us with its beautiful vibrations.

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