Chakra Shower with Kusudamas

The Kusudama Chakra Shower is a healing session where you balance your chakra system and activate you self-healing abilities with the help of Kusudamas.


What is a Kusudama?

Kusudama originates from ancient Japanese culture, where they were ornaments made with some herbs or flowers. They were traditionally used as a ball for incense or potpourri and were hung with prayers for longevity, for good health, and for good luck (fortune). It was a blessing for everything.

Later, the Japanese Kusudama become a paper model that is usually created by sewing or gluing multiple identical pyramidal units (usually stylized flowers) together through their points to form a spherical shape. Occasionally, a tassel is attached to the bottom for decoration. Traditionally, they were hung in front of mirrors, doors, and windows to protect the house and family from evil spirits.

The word "Kusudama" (薬玉) is a combination of two Japanese words "kusuri" 薬 - Medicine, Health and "tama" 玉 - Ball. So, the word itself means “Healing Ball”.


About Dmitri and Kusudama Lab

Kusudama Lab has been exploring and upgrading these Kusudamas since 2002, where they grew from a basic health-aid device to a powerful tool of balance, healing and transformation. 

In the basis of all their Kusudamas lie Platonic solids. These forms themselves attract powerful sources of Creation. Their Kusudamas also have the information of the Flower of Life, the property of Fibonacci Spirals, and other elements of Sacred Geometry.

Kusudamas have a high degree of symmetry which allows them to have.... a consciousness.