Tears of Shiva

Description:

Mythically, as the Heavenly tears of Shiva fell upon the earth, Rudraksha trees grew, representing creation. The seeds of these trees were called Rudraksha malas. The perfect Rudraksha sphere has never been found.

The tears, or the ‘Wound of Love’ is the stress of spirit substance being contained to form. There is always stress in the creation of form. The first form of creation is the sphere. Rudraksha One is the perfect sphere.

In the psychic vision of receiving this energy:

The teardrop appeared as the Would of Love, spilling into the waters upon the Earth Plane. The human form becomes reflective of the Earth plane, receiving the solar current, or source of creation. This initiates a radical reconstruction and renewal of the subtle structures and awakens the energy circuits that haven’t been used yet. Old circuits that cannot hold the intensity of solar current are enlivened to adapt to this new evolution.

This pendant is shaped as a ring. The bottom section is a palladium crescent moon which has a cross-section in the shape of a tear drop. The top section is 22ct yellow gold. The gold represents the sunlight, which is reflected into the moon, represented by the palladium. This is analogous to the Divine current being reflected into the human form.

 

Specification:

Made with the top half as 22ct yellow gold, the bottom half palladium, and holds 10 rubies and a diamond.

Mythically, as the Heavenly tears of Shiva fell upon the earth, Rudraksha trees grew, representing creation. The seeds of these trees were called Rudraksha malas. The perfect Rudraksha sphere has never been found.

The tears, or the ‘Wound of Love’ is the stress of spirit substance being contained to form. There is always stress in the creation of form. The first form of creation is the sphere. Rudraksha One is the perfect sphere.

In the psychic vision of receiving this energy:

The teardrop appeared as the Would of Love, spilling into the waters upon the Earth Plane. The human form becomes reflective of the Earth plane, receiving the solar current, or source of creation. This initiates a radical reconstruction and renewal of the subtle structures and awakens the energy circuits that haven’t been used yet. Old circuits that cannot hold the intensity of solar current are enlivened to adapt to this new evolution.

This pendant is shaped as a ring. The bottom section is a palladium crescent moon which has a cross-section in the shape of a tear drop. The top section is 22ct yellow gold. The gold represents the sunlight, which is reflected into the moon, represented by the palladium. This is analogous to the Divine current being reflected into the human form.

 

Specification:

Made with the top half as 22ct yellow gold, the bottom half palladium, and holds 10 rubies and a diamond.

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