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The OM Mala is mala which explains just one word—OM. OM is one of the shortest Sanskrit words, and yet is considered the most powerful word and a mystic mantra in Hinduism. The OM Mala gives eighty-four names of OM as per classical, epic, and medieval Sanskrit texts and explains their various meanings in 109 sections or beads, corresponding to 109 beads in a mala.
Each bead of this book presents simple meaning of one name (or more than one related names) of OM and offers an explanation along with listing the relevant traditions, explaining the etymology, and quotations. The book includes rare names of OM like ‘shrutipada’ and ‘rasa’ as well as its common names like ‘om’, ‘udgitha’, and ‘pranava’. Both popular meanings of OM (like the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva) and its rare meanings (like inhalation, holding the breath, and exhalation) are included.
Three components of sounds of Om represent Vishnu Shiva and Brahma respectively. In addition to the Yogi Yajnavalkya Smritis and Puranas which offer this explanation, the three components of these sounds are also attested in secular sources like lexicons. As per the Ekakshara Kosha, the word a means Vishnu and word u means Shiva.
The use of OM in Yogic breathing and meditation is explained and the explanations/relevance of OM in Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism is briefly touched upon.
The OM Mala is a mini-encyclopaedia on OM and associated concepts in Indian religions and culture.
Autonomic and respiratory studies suggest that there is a combination of mental alertness with physiological rest during the practice of Om meditation. Evoked potentials studies suggest a decrease in sensory transmission time at the level of the auditory association cortices, along with recruitment of more neurons at mesencephalic-diencephalic levels.
Om Mala/Rosary Used In:
- Tantric activities.
- Kali accomplishment and veneration.
- Bhairava accomplishment, veneration, and Yajna.
Benefits of Om Mala/Rosary:
- Om Mala/Rosary makes the position of Saturn strong.
- It controls the malefic effects of Sadhe Saati.
- Om Mala protects from accident.
- It cures insomnia.
Siddh Om Mala/Rosary:
This Om Mala/Rosary is axiomatic by chanting spells by the expert pundits of the team of Astro Mantra which energized it to act instantly and ready for retention.
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A Rudraksha is believed to be a symbol of Lord Shiva. It is considered an important and divine bead for meditation among the sages and in the Hindu mythology. The seeds of the Rudraksha tree have been known to possess very powerful paramagnetic, electromagnetic and inductive characteristics that help in the healing of various health issues and awakening the Kundalini of the person who wears it.
Safed Hakik Mala is a symbol of protection, courage and success. It attracts good fortune by eliminating bad luck. It has a calming effect during times of stress, giving a sense of strength and courage It has a calming and stabilizing effect on the body. It helps to encourage success and financial rewards.
Vaijayanti means that which brings victory. Vaijayanti seed comes from the forests. White beads Vaijayanti Mala is used in different Acts like Vashikaran, Attraction and Devi Siddhi etc. Vaijayanti Mala is also known as Lord Vishnu's garland.
Conch rosaries made from small conch shells or Shankh are considered lucky and auspicious. Shankh is an important puja item and is used in Hindu Pujas. Conch Rosaries are dear to Goddess Lakshmi. Shankh Mala is used usually in the sadhana of Goddess Lakshmi or while chanting mantras dedicated to Goddess Laxmi.