Chakra Rings

Last Updated: February 25, 2024

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Discover the significance of chakra rings in promoting energy alignment and well-being. This article provides practical insights on selecting and wearing these rings to enhance your daily life. Elevate your style and holistic health with a straightforward guide to the transformative benefits of chakra rings.

Chakra Rings Explained

Chakra rings are pieces of jewelry that incorporate gemstones corresponding to the seven chakras in the human body. These rings are believed to promote healing and balance by stimulating the energy flow in men and women. Chakra rings have recently gained popularity among those interested in holistic healing and spirituality.

Seven Chakras and What They Mean

There are seven chakras, each associated with a specific chakra color and meaning. These often come in sterling silver, white gold, and gold. When making your choice, be aware of the stone-color coordination.

  • Root Chakra - Red; represents our connection to the earth and stability. Garnet, Red Jasper, and Ruby are commonly used.

  • Sacral Chakra - Orange; represents creativity, sensuality, and emotional balance. Carnelian, Orange Calcite, and Moonstone are commonly used.

  • Solar Plexus Chakra - Yellow; represents personal power, confidence, and self-worth. Used with Citrine, Yellow Topaz, and Amber.

  • Heart Chakra - Green; represents love, compassion, and emotional balance. Used with Rose Quartz, Peridot, Green Aventurine, and Emerald are commonly used.

  • Throat Chakra - Blue; represents communication, self-expression, and speaking one's truth. Blue Lace Agate, Lapis lazuli, and Blue Topaz are commonly used.

  • Third Eye Chakra - Indigo; represents intuition, inner wisdom, and spiritual insight. Amethyst, Iolite, and Sodalite are commonly used for Third Eye chakra.

  • Crown Chakra - Violet or white; represents higher consciousness, spirituality, and connection to the divine. Clear Quartz, Amethyst, and Selenite are commonly used.

How to Wear A Chakra Ring

The placement of each gemstone ring on a specific finger affects the chakras and energy flow throughout your body.

  • Choose the right finger: To choose the right finger, each chakra is connected with a specific finger on your hand. The thumb connects to the Solar Plexus Chakra, the index finger to the Throat Chakra, the middle finger to the Heart Chakra, the ring finger to the base or Root Chakra, and the little finger to the Sacral Chakra. The Crown Chakra is usually associated with the top of the head.

  • Wear multiple Chakra rings: You can wear one or multiple rings, with multiple stones on different fingers to balance multiple chakras simultaneously.

  • Wear Chakra rings on your dominant hand: Wear chakra rings on your dominant hand to enhance energy flow throughout your body. If you are right-handed, wear your chakra rings on your right hand; if you are left-handed, wear them on your left hand. 

Other Chakra Jewelry

Each type of chakra jewelry offers its unique benefits for all seven energy centers.

Chakra bracelets can be worn on the wrist and are often made with various gemstones.

Chakra necklaces can be worn close to the heart and offer a powerful way to promote spiritual and emotional healing. Chakra necklaces are often made with chakra crystals or gemstones.

Chakra earrings are often made with small gemstones that correspond to each chakra.

These jewelry pieces may be worn with any of the above chakra rings. Together, these spiritual items can channel positivity, release negative energies from your life, and improve physical health.


Chakra rings are fashionable accessories and serve as tools for promoting our overall well-being. When picking out a chakra ring, try not to rush and consider your options.

Whether shipping the rings to your house or choosing to pickup in in-store, artisans will be happy to work with you to ensure you’re satisfied with your purchase. If you choose to shop online, make sure to measure your desired finger before you order. It is suggested that you order one size larger than what you would normally wear.









The contents of this article are provided for informational purposes only and are not intended to substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. It is always recommended to consult with a qualified healthcare provider before making any health-related changes or if you have any questions or concerns about your health. Anahana is not liable for any errors, omissions, or consequences that may occur from using the information provided.