Aum Pendants

Aum (also Om, Devanagari) is a mystical or sacred syllable. It is found at the beginning of most Hindu texts as a sacred exclamation to be uttered...

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Soul Symbols

Throughout history all cultures have honoured natural gemstones for their ability to enhance the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual attributes of the body...

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Ganesha Pendants

Elephant-headed Ganesha is Lord of beginnings, and he himself is symbolized as a transition point for he is neither man nor elephant.

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Malas

Japa is the repetition of sacred mantra either by chanting vocally or mentally, usually with the assistance of a mala (prayer beads)... Chanting manta is the...

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Lord Ganesha

Elephant-headed Ganesha is Lord of beginnings, and he himself is symbolized as a transition point for he is neither man nor elephant. Friendly and chubby Lord Ganesha holds a dish filled with sweets, and is portrayed as the image of great abundance, generosity and good fortune. Being Lord of beginnings, he is present at the threshold between the old that must give way to allow the new to manifest. Great energies of potential exist at the boundaries of transformation between one event and another. Lord Ganesha is the first of all the deities to be invoked before every ceremony, ritual, or act of importance; especially when events are unpredictable and there is great change. To remove all obstacles, so that the most beneficial transformation can occur, and the birth of the fresh newness can manifest, is Lord Ganesha’s gift. He is grantor of success and holds his right hand up in abhaya mudra as the blessing of fearlessness and good fortune for his devotees.

Lord Ganesha’s form is highly symbolic for his large ears, long nose, and piercing eyes represent the senses which must be controlled in order to master life without distraction. His big head is all knowing with a sharp, keen intellect for listening to the truth of ancient wisdom. Ganesha acts as a symbol to remind us to connect to the Divine, and it is he who guides our thoughts and emotions towards prayerful contemplation.Lord Ganesha His big belly is able to consume and digest all the worldly desires through the devotional practices of yoga. If you attempt to do life by yourself, and ignore the Divine presence within yourself and all things in life, it will be hard for you to properly succeed. Ganesha is the embodiment of grace. He protects and guides, removes all obstacles, and is good fortune and abundance is symbolic form. His image is found in the first chakra, for he is the gate-keeper and guards the doorway to the spiritual energy of the Goddess Kundalini. He represents the earth element and is the embodiment of firmness, strength, and purpose.

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