Spiritual jewel with mantra
Mantra associated with this pendant ( pronunciation) :
na -ma she- vaya
Om & Greetings to Shiva
Diameter 33 mm - circle with a 3mm width
Silver chain 45 cm, lobster claw
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This jewel is in the form of a mandala,with a mantra prayers to Shiva, Hindu God, who knows everything that happens in the world and brings good luck.
According to Hindu tradition , Shiva is
- the supreme God having then five capital functions: the creation, the preservation, the destruction, the concealment and revelation (through the blessing) or
- the representation of the 5 primordial forms of God,
It can be represented in deep meditation or as dancing over the demon of ignorance. Apparently , Shiva is a complex and contradictory character . He is the god of destruction, illusion and ignorance. However, the destruction must give way to a new world, to create new possibilities. Shiva closes his eyes indicating the end of a cycle and reopens on renewal.
This jewel in the form of mandala is used as a prayer wheel; the ring engraved with the mantra slides on its chain (or cord ) while pronouncing the syllables composing the mantra. It is the repetition of sounds, vibrations spoken sounds that give power to the mantra here the one associated with Shiva
The mantra is often used as a support in meditation in order to achieve a spiritual or physical benefit. We can according to his feelings accompany prayers, visualizations, mudras (hand position during meditation) of malas (108 beads necklace used as beads) ... One can also used a mandala during meditation; it can also be a sign of recognition when one who receives a gift (master) from the giver (disciple) showing that he is ready to receive his teaching.