Hessonite or Gomed is a nectar-shaded Calcium Aluminum Silicate having an essential place in the Hindu sacred texts. This stone is accepted to be administered by the Vedic planet 'Rahu.' Hessonite gets its name from the Greek word 'Hesson,' which represents sub-par.' It is named so because 'Rahu' or once in a while 'Mythical beast head' in Western Astrology, is a malefic planet. This gemstone gives a rating from 7 to 7.5 on the Moh's size of hardness.
Stones are associated with so much energy, power, and magic. Astrological Gemstones acts as lucky stones that enhance each sun sign’s energy vibration. Wearing gemstone according to your zodiac sign will prominence your sun strength and make you feel more spirited.
So, here are some stones according to your zodiac sign:
Fortunate gemstones for Aries natives are Bloodstone, Red Jasper, Topaz, and Diamond. These gemstones increase physical strength, provide good luck, and also stabilizes the mind. They also help in overcoming your fears and protects the wearer from the injury.
Their natives can wear any gemstone, including Moonstone, Pearl, Emerald, and Ruby. These gemstones provide inner peace, emotional strength, and balances the sensitive nature of cancer. They also bring serenity and bring calm to a wearer.
The suggested stone for Taurus is Green Aventurine, Rose quartz, Sapphire
Since time ancient, we have been worshipping Lord Shiva and his various forms that are meant to reveal the structure of Energy and the meaning of existence.
Shaivism makes up a vast portion of Hindu Theological beliefs and is said to be about believing Shiva as the ultimate personification of the universe, as we perceive, and that which is beyond our perception.
The sacred rituals explained under Shaivism, require a profound level of understanding, that include the use of psychotropic substances (to alter our state of mind), respecting the dead, worshipping the nature in its purest form, and believing that the world is an infinite expanse of knowledge.
Such is the complexity of Shaivism.
However, we are not delving into too much of Shiva and his philosophy; rather, we are surfacing an essential component of Shaivism that is used frequently while invoking Shiva and his infinitesimal power.