Power & Benefits of Lingam:
Lingam crystal is said to be representative of masculine energy from the shape of the stone and of female energy from the patterns on the stone. No two Lingam stones are the same, and there is a special stone for every person on Earth. It helps to connect physical and spiritual energy.
Spiritual & Emotional Influence:
Lingam crystal balances masculine and feminine energy and helps to initiate action. It represents the harmony between opposites and restores balance.
Lingam stones are thought to be helpful for balancing sexuality and sexual trauma. They help you to release and let go of that which you’ve outgrown so that you can welcome in your truth and your best life. It is good for spiritual detox and connection to the higher self.
The Physical Connection:
Lingam stones are thought to help balance the reproductive system. They are also thought to be beneficial for reproduction, menstruation, menopause, impotence, and the prostate gland. This stone is said to help balance the spine and relieve back pain.
The Chakras Connected to Lingam:
This stone is connected with all of the Chakras and can help activate Kundalini energy which flows up from the Root (Base) Chakra activating all of the Chakras.
Locations Found & History:
Found in the Narmada River region in India at Onkar, Mandhata, one of India’s seven sacred sites. Lingam stones have been revered as Holy Stones for thousands of years. It’s said that they were first created by a meteorite hitting the Earth 14 million years ago and then the shape was formed by the rocks tumbling in the river over time. It is also known as Shiva Lingam or Narmadeshvara Lingam. These stones are a type Jasper found in rivers which naturally form the stones into an egg shape through the movement of the water.
In ancient times lingam was a symbol of Divine Energy or universal creative energy from which all things are created. The stone represents the two stages of creation Nadha which mean sound or name and Bhindhu which means form. Nadha is represented as a line, and Bhindu is symbolized by a disk as seen on the Lingam stones. These stones are sacred to Shiva a deity in Hindu faith and the markings on Shiva’s forehead. It’s also believed that the first Lingam is the embodiment of Nature. It’s also said that the sacred Sankara stone in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom was a lingam.
Rarity, Value & Variations:
Lingham stones are formed from sedimentary rock including layers of grey and red colored materials that are unique to the Narmada River. They are gathered for one day once every year at the start of monsoon season when the river is low. Only local people who have ancestral rights to the land go to collect the rocks by hand and then polish them. The prices of the stones usually reflect the size and quality of the stone.
How to Use Lingam:
Find your unique Lingam stone by feeling for the one stone that resonates with your soul energy. Once you have your stone, you can use it in meditation and balance your energy by following appropriate guided meditations. Keep it with you to remind yourself of your truth and your connection to the universe. In meditation, it helps you to reach peak experiences.