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Sphatika Mala for LORD SHIVA
Like rudraksha some stong Lord Shiva worshippers call Sphatik (Rock Crystal as ‘Shivratna’, wearing and chanting gets oneself closer to the blessings of Lord Shiva. Sphatika beads prevent one's spiritual energy from draining out, and encourage one's energy to flow upwards towards the sahasrara chakra. It is also said that the vishuddi chakra is sphatika in colour
Cryatal quartz is the best mala for counting beads while chanting Devi Mantras. If it is worn, the mind becomes pacified and quiet. He who wears it, becomes pacified and quiet, Shanthi.
As said above the wearer becomes the favorite of Lord Shiva. Sphatika Mala is advised for women,(girls, yoginis, women, ladies ) Because it represents Mother Goddess.
The divine energy in Sphatik Mala Beads has healing, uplifting and purifying properties.
Diamond cutting spatika mala enhances the spirituality of the wearers by focusing on soul, makes the mind and body shine like diamond. This clear quarts Beads is a must try crystal, and will be a must benefit crystal.
Learn Procedure from US
Hold your mala in your right hand Use your thumb to “count” each mantra by touching the bead during the recitation Gently and lightly keep pulling the bead towards you on completion and moving to the next bead. Usually The index finger is extended and should not touch the mala.
Center bead, Guru bead, meru bead or mountain bead should is used as a starting and ending point of the recitation and not be counted or touched by the thumb. 27 beads you will need to repeat this 4 times to get 108 count, Continue by pulling the beads and going backwards until you again end at the meru and continue until you have done 108 count or 1008 as per your plan.
Chanting is a spiritual process virtually every cultural and religious tradition, for yogic tradition a mantra is a Sanskrit word that has special powers to transform consciousness, promote healing and fulfill desires.
After completing the chanting, after wearing or after any use, please store your mala in a special, clean place which you considera sacred space. Keeping or storing a mala is on a puja place, or personal alter or near statue of a deity.
Energize and Charge your crystals with intentions. Intentions means the purposes you are looking for from the Sphatika mala. Keep near lamp or sunlight for a while. Chant the mantras in such a way that you and your mala can hear. Use mantras and the methods which is followed by your lifestyle or school of thought. Intentions play a key role after the cleansing. For more information and to get energized Diamond Cutting Sphatika mala please contact email@example.com
Significance of Sphatik Mala
The Sphatik Mala or Clear Quartz Crystal Mala is especially significant for worship of Sri Saraswati Devi and for puja, mantra japa, and meditation.
'Shuddhasphatika samkaasham' - One who is crystaly clear in the purity, brightness as a sphatika.
Sphatika beads stimulates one's intelligence and purifies the mind and so speech will become sweet and will get a captive attraction of voice.
Why “108” beads for chanting
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1. There are 12 months in an year.Again there are 9 grahas(planets) in astrology.There are 12 rasi houses in the chart.Surya remains in one rasi for a month and goes round all the 12 rasi houses in one year.The 12 rasi houses are also transmitted by the other planets during various periods. So 12 rasi houses X 9 planets=108
2. 108 is a "magic number" or spiritual number in Hinduism and, I believe, is one of the numbers that symbolizes microcosm (the body). One of the Upanishads states that there are 108 paths from the heart for the vital breath in the body, one of which leads to the head and of the body and to the spiritual realm.
The Significance of the Figure 108
One complete Mala consists of 108 repetitions. Various reasons are given with regard to the significance of this number. Some of the main reasons are:
It has been established that man takes 10 800 breaths during a period of twelve hours. Therefore, in a period of 24 hours, one takes 21 600 breaths. One half of this time may be allowed for sleeping, eating or other essential activities. The remainder of the time should be spent in the thought of God. The merit of taking God’s name is multiplied 100 times when done on a Mala. Therefore, 108 Mantras done on a Mala is equivalent to the taking of God’s name 10 800 times.
There are 27 Nakshatras or Heavenly Bodies that regulate our destinies. Each Nakshatra enters 4 phases or Charans in the course of an astrological day or Tithi. Therefore all the Nakshatras pass through 108 Charans (27 x 4 = 108) during any Tithi.
The Shastras (scriptures) say that the Brahman (God) is symbolically represented by the figure 9. The three figures in the number 108 add up to nine (1 + 0 + 8 = 9). The figure 9 itself when multiplied by any other figure and the digits of the answer when added up will provide the answer as exactly 9.