Shiva Lingam crystals are only found in one place, the Narmada river in India. This is one of the seven sacred holy places of pilgramage in India and the collection of these stones is passed down from generation to generation.
The crystals are made of crypto crystalline quartz, and are said to have been formed from a meteorite that fell to Earth several million years ago. They contain one of the loftiest vibrations of all stones on Earth.
Shiva Lingams represent the blending of male and female energies, with the shape of the stone representing the male (knowledge), and the markings representing the female (wisdom). The stone works with the breath and the fluids in the body creating a harmony in the body's flow.
The Shiva Lingam stones of Narmadeshawara are sacred in both Hindu and Buddhist beliefs. They are gathered on sacred day a year from an area near the source of the Narmada River about 300 miles north of Bombay. Of the stones gathered, the most beautiful are polished into this traditional egg/oval shape by the action of the river, then enhanced by hand polishing with a waxy-butter which gives them their unique gleam and texture.
The Narmada river is considered to be very sacred. According to Vedic text, these stones illustrate harmony through duality. In these stones are the energy of divine acceptance of what is, as is. The stones represent power, creation and the physical place or grounding of
those who accompany the sacred stones. They are connected to the heart chakra, they uncover hidden love energy. They contain powerful healing & purification energies. They have a good influence on the brain and heart. They are a spiritual awakener of the highest order.
Tragically, the government of India has built a hydroelectric dam on this river in 2004. The sacred stones are now
covered with more than a hundred feet of water. Hence, these stones are becoming increasingly rare and valuable. They only exist now in private collections.
They are currently available in limited number from