The 7 stones of this chime's clapper are aligned in an ascending column, just as the 7 chakras are aligned along the spine in the human body. These tubes are tuned to the frequencies of the chakras combining color and sound to underscore the ancient meaning of the major energy centers of the human
The 7 stones of this chime's clapper are aligned in an ascending column, just as the 7 chakras are aligned along the spine in the human body. These tubes are tuned to the frequencies of the chakras combining color and sound to underscore the ancient meaning of the major energy centers of the human body. The 7 Chakras are: -Sahasrara: The Crown Chakra. Its color is violet it's related to thought and self-knowledge it's represented by amethyst. -Ajna: The Brow Chakra. Its color is indigo it's related to intuition and clarity it's represented by lapis. Vishuddha: The Throat Chakra. Its color it turquoise it's related to sound and self-expression it's represented by turquoise. - Anahata: The Heart Chakra. Its color is green it's related to love and compassion it's represented by aventurine. -Manipura: The Solar Plexus Chakra. Its color is yellow it's related to growth and personal power it's represented by citrine. -Svadhisthana: The Sacral Chakra. Its color is orange it's related to creativity and enthusiasm it's represented by carnelian. -Muladhara: The Base Chakra. Its color is red it's related to physical identity and self-preservation it's represented by red jasper. More than 30-years ago, the first Woodstock Chime was created by founder and owner Garry Kvistad from an aluminum lawn chair he found in a landfill. As a professional musician and instrument designer, he was fascinated by the Scales of Olympos, a 7th century pentatonic scale that can't be played on a modern piano. Garry had the idea to cut and tune the lawn chair chime tubes to the exact frequency of the ancient scale. The resulting Chimes of Olympos was the first Woodstock Chime and is still one of our bestselling wind chimes. Garry and his wife Diane founded Woodstock Percussion, Inc. in 1979 and it remains a family-owned business in York's Hudson Valley.