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How are necklaces with specific design and length more beneficial?

Functioning of the waves associated with spiritual emotion and emotions takes place in the middle of Vishuddha-chakra and Anāhat-chakra respectively. For all people to benefit, necklaces that are short and long in length, are available everywhere in large numbers. Some main types of necklaces are:

  • Mohanmālā: This is made of gold. Its length is up to the middle of the chest.

  • Lakshmīhār: This is also made of gold. Gold coins with a portrait of Shrī Lakshmīdēvī engraved on them are strung in a Lakshmihar.

  • Motimālā: This is made of pearls.

Subtle effects on a woman who wears a necklace are:

  • Necklaces made of gold, with a sāttvik design, attracts a flow of Bliss (Ānand) to them. A spiral of Bliss is created and activated in the pendant by this flow. In each small leaf of the design in the necklace, a spiral of Bliss is created and activated. From these spirals, particles of Bliss are transmitted in the body of the woman and in the environment.

  • Due to the gold and the sattvik design, a flow of Chaitanya is also attracted to the necklace. A spiral of manifest (sagun) Chaitanya is created and activated in the pendant of the necklace. A spiral of Chaitanya is emitted by the pendant. A protective sheath of Chaitanya is created around the necklace. Semi-circular waves of Chaitanya are emitted by the necklace. A protective sheath of Chaitanya is created around the woman wearing the necklace.

  • Divine Energy (Shakti) is experienced from each small leaf of the necklace. Due to this, spirals of Saviour Energy (Tārak Shakti) are created and activated.

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