Harmony + Healing + Willpower + Energy
BENEFITS AND PROPERTIES
- Creates harmony and peace
- Powerful healing and stimulatory effects
- Activates willpower and transform the mind
- Shifts perspective
- Power to enhance clear thinking and problem- solving
- Highly energising
- Brings passion into difficult times or projects
Golden Rutilated Quartz infuses your body with divine light and energize your chakras. They help to strengthen your willpower and motivation. Rutilated Quartz Stones are a very powerful healing gemstone, as they carry an etheric or angelic vibration that will help connect you with your angels.
Rutilated Quartz is Clear Quartz riddled with needle-like pieces of Golden Rutile, often called “The Hairs of Venus.” It can clear energy blockages of all the chakras (energize them) and stimulates the alignment of the mind and body. it helps to strengthen your willpower and motivation. Rutilated Quartz is said to attune you to their Divine Purpose, connecting them with the spiritual realm and their angels (can attract the angels). It is a very uplifting stone that infuses joy into your life and surrounding environment. Rutilated Quartz stones are wonderful energy amplifiers as well, magnifying the energies of any other gemstones touching it. They are very programmable, having the ability to amplify and magnify any intention or affirmation you ask it to carry. It is said to speed up the healing of injuries and slow the effects of aging.
Rutilated quartz is an excellent stone to use if you need to change your direction in life. It soothes dark moods, offerring relief from fears, phobias and anxiety. The needle inclusions add intensity and transmission power to the crystal.
These traditional Japa Malas contain 108 beads. The type of bead combined with a specific mantra, is thought to have special properties that empower healing, a better sense of well-being and spiritual growth.
All malas are handmade in India with premium quality authentic natural gemstones. Care and attention is put into every mala to ensure they are long lasting and durable for the practice of daily japa.
Each mala comes with a free gift bag. The style of the gift bag will be random and may not be the same bag in picture.
(From the book "Japa Yoga" By Swami Sivanada)
- Select any Mantra or Name of God, preferably that given to you by your Guru, and repeat it from 108 to 1,080 times daily (one to ten malas).
- Always keep your Guru-Mantra a secret. Never disclose it to anyone.
- It is better to stick to one Mantra only. See Lord Krishna in Rama, Shiva, Durga, Gayatri and in everyone.
- Get up at 4a.m. and do Japa for two hours. The early morning period (Brahmamuhurta) and dusk is the most favourable time for Japa and meditation. This is when Sattva (purity or steadiness) is predominant.
- Take a bath or wash your hands, feet, face and mouth before sitting for Japa in the morning. At other times this is not absolutely necessary. Do Japa whenever you have leisure, at the three junctions of the day - morning, noon and evening - and before going to bed.
- Face east or north during the practice. This enhances the efficacy of the Japa. Sit on a deer skin or rug. Spread a piece of cloth over it. This conserves body-electricity. Sit in a separate meditation room or in any suitable place, such as a temple, on a river bank or under a banyan or peepul tree.
- Maintain a steady pose. Attain mastery of the posture. You must be able to sit in Padmasana, Siddhasana or Sukhasana for three hours at a strech.
- Reslove to complete a certain minimum number of malas before leaving your seat.
- Recite some prayers before starting the Japa.
- A rosary is a whip to goad the mind towards God. Use a rudraksha or tulsi mala of 108 beads.
- Do not allow the mala to hang below the navel. Keep the hand near the heart or the nose.
- The mala must not be visible to you or to others. Cover it with a towel or handkerchief, which must be clean and washed daily.
- Use the middle finger and the thumb of the right to roll the beads. The use of the index finger is prohibited.
- Do not cross the meru while rolling the beads. Turn back when you come to it.