The Seven Chakras – Day 3

The Seven Chakras by Phil Lewis – Liberty Puzzles – approx. 94/661 pieces

This is the third chakra, Manipura, the solar plexus chakra. There’s so much information out there regarding chakras, it was all just too much to comb through for these posts; so I settled with putting them into the correct order, giving their names, and what part of the body it relates to. It’s more about the puzzles themselves than the subject matter – at least it is for me.

This is my least favorite image of the seven; I’m not sure I could tell you why specifically – it’s the colors I think. I still appreciate the artwork though; Phil Lewis’ work makes for fantastic puzzles and his aesthetic really speaks to me. It’s a good thing I’m not completely in love with every single image of his, otherwise my wallet would have much less money in it!

I’m thoroughly impressed with whomever designed the pieces for these puzzles, they’re absolutely amazing. I’ve started and stopped writing several sentences trying to “verbalize” how what they did with this design is so ridiculously astounding, but none of them seem to capture what I’m trying to get across to you. I’ve given up. These puzzles are exquisite in every way. That’s the best I can do.

Three more yoga poses, the sun, tons of flowers, and a multipiece ram. Beautiful! I even know the names of two of these poses – the plank, and downward dog. My physical therapist used to make me do the plank in therapy; and even though I’ve never taken yoga I somehow know the name of downward dog. It’s just general knowledge in my brain from goodness knows where.

Are you all enjoying these posts? I certainly hope so!

10 thoughts on “The Seven Chakras – Day 3

    1. A couple of them were shown on the Liberty site in their picture of the whimsy pieces. And I figured if one had a multipiece image of the animal then they all would.

      Then it was just a matter of finding matching pieces and seeing what I could figure out. It was a lot of fun, but I still haven’t been able to figure out one of them. I’m not giving up though, every once in a while I take it out and see if today’s the day I can do it. 😊

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