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ChakraVibe.com Helps People Discover an Ancient Tradition For a New Age

12-07-2005 08:48 AM CET | Advertising, Media Consulting, Marketing Research

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ChakraVibe (www.chakravibe.com) is a new Web site for yoga enthusiasts and anyone who wants to enhance their beings with color and center themselves with positive energy through the chakras. Discovered by the early yoga masters, the chakras are vortexes of energy located in the body. They work together to support the body, your consciousness and your spiritual connection for an overall sense of life in perfect balance.

Visitors will learn about the chakra system and discover how each energy center represents an emotional state such as power, love and imagination. An interactive yoga girl with live energy centers helps to guide you through the seven main chakras of the body, and reveals the power within each one. A chart of correspondences demonstrates the essential nature of each chakra and how it corresponds to major areas of your life, such as survival, sex, power and love.

ChakraVibe also offers an exquisite handcrafted jewelry line that is linked to the seven chakras by color. Use your instincts to choose a color that reflects the state you are seeking. Or choose a piece with all seven chakra crystals to keep you balanced. Crafted in high quality sterling silver and bejeweled with fine Swarovski Austrian Crystals, ChakraVibe necklaces and earrings will help color your world and soothe your soul.

The philosophy at ChakraVibe is to promote self-awareness and empowerment. ChakraVibe products are handmade by people earning fair wages. All packaging and information materials are printed with vegetable-based inks on process chlorine-free, 100 percent post-consumer paper. Overall, ChakraVibe strives to have a positive effect on those around us and on the environment.

Express yourself with the colors of beautiful handcrafted chakra jewelry. Linked by color to the seven chakras—the body’s essential energy centers, Chakravibe jewelry will help color your world and soothe your soul.

Crafted in high quality sterling silver and bejeweled with fine Swarovski Austrian Crystals, Chakravibe necklaces and earrings enable you to enhance your being with color, and center yourself with positive energy. Chakravibe jewelry is linked to the seven chakras by color. Use your instincts to choose a color that reflects the state you are seeking. To discover the qualities of each chakra, click on the icons below, or click on an energy center on the yoga girl to the left.

For more information, call 1-888-282-9936 or visit http://www.chakravibe.com/sm3/chakra-jewelry.htmll or http://chakra-jewelry-yoga-jewelry.blogspot.com/.

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