|While most people wear Shamballa bracelets as a fashion statement, it is safe to say that there are countless people who still understand the meanings and wear them for spiritual reasons. But as a fashion statement they are bold, unique and have a bohemian vibe to them. Choosing a Shamballa bracelet as a gift, regardless of gender, is a thoughtful gift. Bracelets can be made from Swarovski crystals, diamonds and other gemstones such as spinel or rhodolite, malachite, turquoise; the list of possibilities is endless. Waxed cotton cord as your beading material is popular and comes in a variety of colors.|
|Shamballa beads such as ''disco ball'' beads and the crystal pavé beads are being used for this type of bracelet, especially the color of black for men. (Here are the Swarovski BeCharmed pavé beads, which add an exciting design element for high-end designs.) You can also use beautiful glass rhinestone ''disco ball'' beads. These rhinestones bring sparkling color and beauty to any design. Be inspired by Shamballa bracelet designs in the Gallery of Designs, which offers wonderful designs and instructions on how to create your own unique Shamballa bracelets.|
7 Colors of the Chakra known as energy generators commonly used for Shamballa bracelets:
The white Shamballa bracelet--white is not a color but a mix of all colors, or the color of perfection, bringing clarity and purity. A diamond beaded Shamballa is the most popular color of white when creating a Shamballa bracelet.
Red Shamballa bracelets are associated with the base Chakra and linked to passion and sexuality.
Orange Shamballa beads are linked to the balance of creativity and release of stress or blocks in your life. Multicolored Egyptian crystal rhinestones are beautiful to use and have a stardust-like surface which enhances the sparkling shine.
Green Shamballa beads are related to the heart chakra and give rise to balance and harmony.
Blue Shamballa beads bring expansion through communication and are associated with trust.
Violet Shamballa beads represent the 7th Chakra, which is the Crown Chakra at the top of the head and associated with bliss and spirituality.
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