what are the deepest desires of your spirit?

 Sankalpa Cards deck by AwakenPeace.


These 84 intentions were written to inspire your body, mind, and spirit. Organized around the five elemental chakras, the Sankalpa Cards address all aspects of your experience as a complete human.


The 15-page companion book introduces the yogic concept of Sankalpa, describes the qualities of the five elemental chakras, and includes instructions for an embodied practice with the deck.

Perfect for self-reflection, meditation instructors, health consultants, & Ayurvedic practitioners.



san -  a connection to the highest truth

kalpa -  vow, ultimate rule, commitment

A Sankalpa plants a seed in our subconscious, which speaks to our body on a cellular level. The body believes everything the mind thinks, whether a useless and sticky rut or the deepest desire of our spirit. The more we have a thought, belief, or action, the deeper that rut becomes.

What are the deepest desires of your spirit?


In using a Sankalpa we harness our inner power to thrive. While we are sometimes steered down the wrong path by superficial wants, desires that are from the depths of our spirit drive us into a meaningful life. Real desire brings us to life, gives us fulfillment.

In using this deck, you open yourself to uncovering the best version of yourself.


This Self is already there, already present. 


Different than a positive affirmation, a Sankalpa is not trying to convince you  of anything,

but rather invites you to recognize and manifest something that is already there inside of you.


We organized this deck around the first five chakras because the use of Sankalpa is a whole body practice. This structure provides a foundation to help you check in with, and address, all aspects of your experience as a complete human being. 

Each of the five elemental chakras correspond with facets of our somatic and energetic physiology, the five senses, the Ayurveda doshas, as well as overall emotion-experiences.


As such, the elemental chakras lend themselves beautifully to the practice of Sankalpa, providing us with gret insights as to where in our being our highest calling for balance may reside.