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Synonyms: 1. Yoni
1. Some lingams are miniaturized and they are carried on one's person, such as by Lingayats in a necklace. These are called chala-lingams . [17] The Hindu temple design manuals recommend geometric ratios for the linga, the sanctum and the various architectural features of the temple according to certain mathematical rules it considers perfect and
2. Use shiva lingam to: Charge the entire chakra system Activate kundalini energies Boost vitality Enhance inner transformation Break up old patterns and open the path for new life Help to feel unity, even during times of separation Healers use shiva lingams to treat impotence, infertility, strengthen and balance the whole body.
3. Shiva lingams are egg-shaped stones that are made up of cryptocrystalline quartz. Found only in one of the seven holy sites of India; Narmada River in Onkar Mandhata. The villagers gather these sacred stones from the river and manually polish them. The egg-shaped Stone has always been considered the phallic symbol of the Hindu god Shiva.
4. SHIVA lingams OR LINGHAMS HEALING STONES Shiva lingams are one of the oldest religious symbols known to humans. Shiva lingams are said to symbolize the masculine and feminine energy forms within everyone. Thus, Shiva lingams serve to remind us that true peace may be realized through the balance of both male and female energies.
5. Healers use shiva lingams to treat impotence, infertility, strengthen and balance the whole body. The actual physical properties of the stone (both in shape and material) are said to give theNarmadeshvara Lingam a supreme ability to hold vibrational force and power. Shiva Lingam available at We Rock Rocks Tampa, Fl
6. Shiva lingams represent the beginning of all creation and are physical manifestations of divine male and female energies. They embody the masculine energies through their solid oval shapes and the feminine through their many unique patterns.
7. How to Use Shiva Lingams: To use the Shiva lingams simply hold in each hand, together they generate energy, connect with Lord Shiva and Shakti energy to support hormonal balance and release inner tensions. After using I suggest you keep them together in a “sacred area”, which remain connected with your fertility journey.
8. The lingams may be made of wood, stone, precious stones, gold, silver, alloys (dhatus), glass, plastic, earth, rice, flour and clay. Many round and polished stones which are naturally found in the river beds of some sacred rivers such as the Narmada are also used as Shiva lingams. Shiva lingams are often found by chance.
9. The visible lingams are in a rectangular enclosure with a channel flowing out, which is interpreted to represent the yoni as the female principle.
10. Healers use shiva lingams to treat impotence, infertility and to strengthen and balance the whole body.
11. The Hindu temples in South India use this semi-precious mineral for making Shiva lingams. Sphatikam beads are made from translucent rose quartz are cut and polished as beads. Each bead is about ten millimeters in diameter. It is good conductor of heat. Hence people wear sphatikam jewelry (mala) to keep their body cool.

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