Having a Lamp on your altar and
alighting the Lamp atleast once a day enables the precious surrendering
of the 24 hours of each day to Source. Connecting to
Source and the innumerable forms and the formless attributes
of Source through the sacred fire has been the core of
nearly all religious beliefs around the world. Our negative
karmic patterns are destroyed and our thoughts are directed
towards purity, love and light with finding our inner most
center that is set alight once a day.
|Sesame Oil for
Sesame oil is
also called 'gingelly oil' . Considered to be sacred and
ideal for the Lamp, sesame oil is used in most temples in
India. The nature of sesame oil is "Satvic", meaning pure.
Sesame oil lamp fire has reduced soot while burning.
Camphor is an
important part of the puja. Camphor leaves little traces as
it burns up and this nature of surrender of all to Source
makes camphor fire a sacred offering. In traditional pujas,
the final act of worship, aarati, is the waving of a
camphor fire over the deity, to symbolize the grace of our
inner fire awakening. Ideally, camphor is great to get
started the fire in yagna /havan /dhuni and also as
offerings into the fire by the worshippers.
an inner journey which lifts the mind, sets alight the inner
fire and connects you to the Siddhars, the yogi masters of
higher consciousness. SivaSivaa is the ancient
empowered teachings of the breath & advanced yogic
techniques and initiation into mystical mantras of the
Siddhar Sages. Alight
your inner Lamp, and journey within to be the Ancient
Make your chant
and meditation potent! 108 is a number that completes
to be whole. When we recite any mantra with full intent to
be in the Now moment, we invoke the specific dimension of
Source present in the mantra.
When we sit near a saint or do a
pilgrimage, all energies are absorbed with the mala as we
recite the connecting mantra 108 times..
When ever we say our mantra
with our sacred 108 beads mala, we are converging all powers
of the past and future into the Now. So when we wear this
precious energy around our neck, we carry the vibrant mantra
energies of Spirit.
|[Blessed in Thiruvannamalai]
Cotton Saffron Cloth:
- As Turban
for enhanced meditation - As Dhoti, a meditation wear
As a shawl
- As a energy seat
Saffron is a
spiritual color. Wearing saffron lifts the mind and our
mental vibrations to the golden light. Saffron stimulates
the kundalini fire.
These cotton saffron are
specially long to suit as turban and as a meditation shawl. Comes with
instructions as to how to make a turban.
recommended in all religions, covering the head by
enhancing our meditation by bringing focus &
most ideal meditation wear is a saffron cloth since
it is extremely comfortable and most suitable for
sitting in crossed leg position.
effective shawl to keep the body temperature stable
energy seat to sit on while meditating, saffron
insulates distractive energies of earth while
assisting in the vibrations of the meditator.
|Scent of Samadhi
Scent of Samadhi is an all
natural, herbal deodorant/ perfume/ body incense of the
yogis that takes the mind and senses inward to experience
Spirit. Sandalwood essence is one of the main ingredient.
Ideal to wear before meditating, doing yoga/tai chi/ qi gong
etc, including dancing, massage and simple walk or car
How best to represent Source
that is nameless, formless and beyond thought other than
expressing Source in perfection using geometry where each
facet of Source is expressed?
the grace of the Divine facet it represents. Ideal for enhanced Source
energy that is activated. Used as a focus, the perceived,
perception and the perceiver become One, thereby allowing
Source energy to flow through our human reality!
Having water on the altar has
two purpose- to represent the element of water that also is
our human realities and to ground our meditative fires, i.e,
to allow the energies of being Spirit flow through our human
realities. Traditionally, copper utensils have been the norm
in containing water on the altar since copper as a metal has
been noted for its energizing properties and its use has
been considered sacred.
Fill the copper cup with water
every day before your puja/meditation/yoga.
Representing the sacred element that nourishes
our human realities, relationships and wellbeing,
having water on your altar allows the 'grounding' of
our spiritual pursuit as harmony, peace and
for yagna/sacred fire offerings.
Ingredients: Black til, Jo, 32 types of dhoop,
Bhimseni kapoor, rose petals, sandalwood powder,
lobaan, ghee, Agarbatti, sandalwood, tumeric & other
fragrant natural powders
Purpose: Used as an offering made to the
sacred fire/yagna. Fire is represented as the mouth
of all divinities- the universal energy. At the end
of the mantra /sloka /intent , say "swaha" and offer
into the sacred fire. Could also be used as
sacred smoke to clear energies in the surrounding-
by putting the Havan Samagiri on hot coal. The
fragrant smoke that emanates represents divine
facets of energies contained in each of the herb.
|Nag Champa: 12
Nag Champa is a
fragrance from India. It has a high concentration of
Nag Champa belongs to the "Champa" class of Indian
incense, originating from the Champa flower. Champa
incenses contain a natural ingredient indigenous to
India called "halmaddi", which is a semi-liquid
resin taken from the Ailanthus Malabarica tree. It
is what gives Nag Champa its characteristic grey
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