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Wearing ornaments - a spiritual perspective

How are necklaces with specific design and length more beneficial?

The necklace made of gold, with a sattvik design, attracts a flow of Bliss to it. Depending on the length of the necklace and the design on it, vibrations of each necklace differ. The Vishuddha, Anahat and Swadhishthan chakras in the woman are protected.

Benefit of wearing sāttvik ornaments

The benefits gained by children and men by wearing ornaments are also available to women, such as acupressure healing, increase in restraint etc. Women get some special benefits also. Hence, the ornaments hold extraordinary importance for women.

Ornaments worn by Hindu Women on the waist - Significance of Karadhani

Negative energies store black energy in the stomach, waist and the back of the women. The possibility of attack of negative energies on these areas is also higher. Due to the spiral created by the karadhani, the woman’s body is protected from such attacks.

Wearing ornaments - a spiritual perspective

Women’s ornaments are an invaluable gift that embellish their beauty and dignity, but some women feel that wearing ornaments amounts to being backward and old fashioned. Some women in the name of fashion wear ornaments, but they are not made as per spiritual science and therefore are not sattvik

What do the two strings of black beads in the mangalsutra represent?

The two strands of black beads of mangalsutra symbolise Shiva and Shakti. From the task performed by the union of Shiva and Shakti, one gains fruit in the form of Chaitanya.

Science behind wearing big sized ornaments

Due to the big-sized ornaments Chaitanya is attracted in higher proportion and most parts of the body are covered with Chaitanya. Hence, the negative energies face difficulty in entering the body of the woman and in exchanging black energy.

Why are glass bangles preferred over plastic bangles?

Due to the big-sized ornaments Chaitanya is attracted in higher proportion and most parts of the body are covered with Chaitanya. Hence, the negative energies face difficulty in entering the body of the woman and in exchanging black energy.

Why are gold ornaments worn in the upper part of the body?

In the ancient tradition of adorning ornaments, an important point is that gold ornaments are adorned above the waist. The spiritual reason for this is that gold ornaments have predominance of the Absolute Fire Principle.

Need for purifying ornaments regularly

Due to sattvikta of ornaments negative energies experience distress. That is why mantriks, that is, powerful negative energies attack ornaments itself to destroy the Chaitanya in it. After the attack by mantriks, the radiance (Tej) of ornaments is reduced.

Why are the ornaments worn on the feet made of Silver?

A specific metal is conducive to a specific task. According to the spiritual science, the ornaments worn above the waist are made of Gold, whereas, those worn below the waist are made of Silver. Due to the waves emitted by silver ornaments, a woman is protected from the distressing assaults from the Hell region.

Why do women wear ring in the left hand and men in their right hand?

Men are less sensitive than women. Hence, the possibility of attacks by negative energies on them is less. Therefore it is not necessary for them to wear ornaments.

Why is a nose ring (natha) studded with pearls?

A specific metal is conducive to a specific task. According to the spiritual science, the ornaments worn above the waist are made of Gold, whereas, those worn below the waist are made of Silver. Due to the waves emitted by silver ornaments, a woman is protected from the distressing assaults from the Hell region.

Why should one avoid wearing more than one type of ornaments in ear?

Raja-tama dominant waves are emitted from the hole of the ear. With the touch of the gold ornament worn on the earlobe, the Tej present in the ornament is accumulated in the pores of the skin of the ear. In this way, the raja-tama dominant waves are controlled.

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