are dried seeds of a tree, which grows in select locations of South East Asia. These seeds are also called “Tears of Shiva” and there are many legends connected to Lord Shiva that describe their origins. The word Rudraksha comes from "Rudra" (name of Shiva) and "Aksha" meaning tears. According to mythology, Lord Shiva was said to have spent 1000 years in meditation for the benefit of all beings, and upon opening his eyes, tear drops rolled down from his eyes and landed upon the earth taking birth as the sacred Rudraksha tree.
Rudraksha's have been worn and used for meditation, japa mantra, and pujas/fire ceremonies for many centuries. Asian Yogis and Monks found that merely wearing the Rudraksha beads gave them astonishingly tremendous amount of tranquility, concentration that helped them meditate for a long period of time with spectacular control over their mind. Buddha wore Rudraksha beads, along with the Dalai Lama, Gandhi, and many enlightened Indian yogis.
Orgone is another name for the form of energy also known as Chi, Prana, Ether, or Life Force. Orgone pyramids, aside from being incredibly gorgeous, are highly sought-after devices known for their ability to convert negative energy into positive energy and balance the spiritual, emotional and physical body.
Orgone Pyramids are a simple combination of resin, metal and quartz crystals which helps to balance the electrical signals around the body and restore harmony in the environment.Details: