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Sahasrara Chakra mala – Rudraksha beads with crystals

Posted on: November 11, 2008

Sahasrara Chakra mala
Purpose: For balancing and thus healing the Sahahara chakra. This chakra is associated with understanding and bliss. It prompts us to attain a universal identity, expanding our sense of self to include others.

Design: Chakra mala made with 11 mukhi rudraksha as central bead with 2 beads of 9 mukhi and amethyst and rose quartz gemstones to be worn on the forehead during prayer times. Rest of the times, it may be worn as a necklace for neck.

Symptoms of blockage: Depression, alienation obsessional thinking, confusion. Physically could manifest as Alzheimer’s disease, multiple scelerosis, parkinson’s disease, paralysis, Epilepsy, depression, Senile dementia or Schizophrenia.

Blocked by: Discontentment and negativity towards life.
Unblocked by: Gratitude towards life and all that God has given us.

Description of Chakra: “Sahasrara means the thousand-petalled lotus”. When this chakra opens, you are flooded with ecstasy and eternal bliss. It is associated with the pituitary gland. Other associations include the central nervous system and the rational brain or cortex. When it is in harmony, it creates the yogic sattvic personality who is complete and in tune with the universe.


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  • Narasimhaye: If you are able to talk to your or sister and your girl cousins, you will be able to speak to any girl you like. Don't be shy. Try to be confident in
  • arjun: sir please help me I cannot talk to any girl I'm not frank and I am very afraid of doing things I think what the world will think I don't have confide
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