Of course, ornaments enhance beauty and speak about your prosperity. But did you know they could also boost your health and keep diseases at bay? They do, especially gold and silver. These precious metals draw from the energy of the universe and appease the nine planets.
Your body is a microcosm of 12 zodiacs, 27 stars and nine planets. Like the 14 towers inside the Madurai Meenakshi Temple represent the 14 universes, your body has a model of the 14 universes. We wear ornaments on these crucial places.
Gold ornaments are better worn above the waist and silver below it. Do not wear gold on your feet because the metal has elements of Jupiter in it.
Gold is divine. It belongs to Lakshmi, the goddess of riches. Let it spread over your body above the waist.
Silver, on the other hand, is associated with Venus. It is better suited for the lower part of the body.
The flag masts, domes and sanctum sanctorum in temples dedicated to goddesses have curative powers because they are made in gold or silver.
How to wear ornaments
Ornaments will enhance your beauty and make you healthy if you wear them in the right place. Married women should wear their mangal sutra below the neck and it should be in such a way as to touch the heart zone. This is for harnessing the energy of the Sun. You can thwart evil designs by wearing mangal sutra.
A silver anklet increases blood circulation through the feet and nourishes the body. The metal can block negative energy flowing up your body from the ground below your feet. Since the energy of the Sun is flowed into the earth, womb will be strengthened and ovarian diseases will be kept at bay.
Rings play an important part in your love life. It sparks romance in married people and increases blood circulation to the heart. It even nourishes you from within as traces of the metal goes inside your body when you eat with your hand. Gemstones are usually worn in rings made of gold or silver.
You can keep gold in the Kannimoola or Esanakone of your house.
(Aruvikkara Sreekandan Nair is based in Thiruvananthapuram. He can be contacted at 9497009188)