These river stones represent divinity and have traditionally been used for rituals, in temples, and on altars. These are sacred stones and are to be used with respect.
The lingum represents the masculine element - the male reproductive organ and is a potent symbol of creation, the seed of life. (Yoni is the feminine element Shakti)
Shiva Lingam helps with clearing of obstacles and begins the process of rebuilding from ground up. Most of that energy is experienced in the sacral chakra. I often recommend it for kundalini activation, sexual dysfunction issues, and other second and 3rd chakra issues.
Hindus pour milk or water on the Lingam to purify its energy of any negative attachments.
Shiva Lingam stones are also known as a stone for Kundalini energies and Tantric practices. Lingam stones are said to activate and channel the movement of the Kundalini (serpent) energy up the spine awakening each chakra or energy centre on the path towards the crown chakra.
In Hindu tradition, unmarried women are forbidden from worshiping Lord Shiva's Shivling form. For a married couple Shivlings help in maintaing the cordial relation between husband and wife. It is said that a couple who keep Shivling in their home are blessed with Lord Shiva ashirwad (blessings).
Powerful for Pranic healing (Prana = energy), on your Altar for masculine fertility work and sacral chakra for power issues, works with all sacral chakra issues.
Hand-chosen by me, he has a beautiful light energy.
Weight - 106 grams
Measures approx - 7cms by 3 cms ( at widest)
106g Shiva Lingam Shivaling Masculine Energy Sacred Stone
Shiva Lingam is a sacred stone found only in one place in the World, at the Narmada River in India, at Onkar, Mandhata.
Lingam means "sign, symbol or mark" representing Shiva in Hinduism.
These are all natural, are an ellipsoid shape and are essentially Cryptocrystalline quartz which has microscopically small crystals that are minuscule and packed tightly together making them dense and hard. This stone has iron oxide deposits within it, said to come from a meteor that crashed into the river millions of years ago. It contains a mixture of Agate, Basalt, and Jasper so all are unusually shaped and the colours vary though the creamy beige brown is common inclusion.
They all are shaped this way by the water, and come in various sizes as Nature created.