Orgone Energy

Orgone energy was Wilhelm Reich’s term for the Force an omnipresent, “life positive” energy he claimed to have discovered in 1939. Reich often used ‘orgone energy’ as a catch-all to explain every natural phenomenon for which there was no conventional explanation as a kind of a God of the gaps.Orgone is attracted by organic substances.


Reich extended his ideas of orgone energy into psychoanalytic based therapy throughout his career. Late in his life he combined them all into a general therapy theory coined Orgone therapy. There were two main broad subdivisions: physical orgone therapy and psychiatric orgone therapy. It was not uncommon for Reich to use both types of therapy on the same individual.

The main function of orgonite is to clean stagnant and negative energy.Place your Orgone Pyramid in your living spaces; where you work, sleep, and live. It will keep the energy clean and healthy. It has been observed that they are most effective when one flat side is facing magnetic north. Although it still has a measurable effect up to 25 feet away, by placing them within 3 feet of yourself, you will experience optimal benefit. Orgonite has become very popular as a healing tool, and as protection against electromagnetic pollution (emf).

As human beings we are open energy systems. This means that we cannot shield ourselves completely from our environment. We are constantly subjected to the energies in our environment. They affect us whether we are aware of it or not. Therefore it is important to transform any DOR that comes to us into positive POR.

Orgone Pyramid Uses: Orgone Pyramids increase and then tightly focus energy through the apex. Orgone Energy can be described as a life force which permeates all living entities. Orgone is the name for which Wilhelm Reich labelled the “substratum from which all nature is created”. In the 1920s, he did extensive research into the nature of this invisible omnipotent life force. He found that he was able to attract Orgone energy through combining organic hydrocarbons and inorganic substances in alternating layers. Various materials were tested including organic substances such as oils, resins, cottons, as well as inorganic substances such as metal filings and other minerals. Different layered combinations of these material devices.

These effective products are available on Divya Mantra, to everyone who desires this in their home and convert the Deadly orgone present in theirs environment to positive vibrations with our orgone devices with terminal poles at the points of the pyramid.



Panchamukhi Ganesha Idol Divyamantra Spiritual Boutique

25(1)Panchamukhi Vinayaka or the Five Faced Ganesha is a representation of the most loved Hindu God Ganesha having 5 faces. Pancha literally means five and mukhi means faced. This form of Ganesha is a representation of all forces. The most relevant meaning of the five-headed Ganesh is certainly that these heads symbolize the five layers of “Atman”- the inner self in the subtile anatomy:

Annamaya Kosha: the physical body

Pranamaya Kosha: the Prana or life force

Manomaya Kosha: the mind or consciousness

Vijnanamaya Kosha: upper Consciousness which forms a link or sutra between the conscious mind, the individual mind and the universal mind

Anandamaya Kosha: the body of Cosmic Bliss.

Thus this form of Lord Ganesha has a very deep inner meaning. The panchamukhi Ganesha idols are very popular in Southern part of India. Worshiping Panchamukhi Vinayaka helps the devotee in spiritual attainment of Anandamaya Kosha, the Pure Consciousness.

Lord Ganesh, or Ganesha, known as the Remover of Obstacles, is a very popular deity with people of different spiritual backgrounds. Shri Ganapathi or Lord Ganesha is the foremost God who is worshipped first in all auspicious occasions. Powerful to remove all obstacles and source of eternal wisdom and knowledge, Ganesha worshippers find happiness and prosperity. Similarly, the owners of Panchamukhi Ganesha idol will have good fortune, material benefits, health and peace in their lives. If the energy of Ganesha resonates with you, it can work as a powerful remedy for your home or office.

Placement: Panchamukhi Ganesha is placed in the north-east, east or west section of the home /office. The most ideal location for placing Panchamukhi Ganesha is facing towards east.

Divya Mantra offers a wide range of Panchamukhi Vinayaka products like wall hanging showpieces, car hangings, idols and figurines. The idols of Panchamukhi Ganpati are made from brass / panchadhatu i.e. an alloy of five metals.

Evil Eye – What this means to you?

Evil eye or “boorinazar” is a magical curse which is believed to cause any type of harm including minor health problems, financial trouble and even death to someone. Belief in evil eye has been since ancient times and across various regions and civilizations including America, West Asia, Africa, South Asia, Europe and Central Asia. To ward off negative energies caused by the evil eye various talismans or nazarsurakshakawach are used.

5_blog-bannerIt is believed in many cultures and civilizations around the globe that just a jealous thought or an envious stare has the magical negative energy which can cause harm to the recipient or anyone. This harm can be mental or physical meaning this can be in the form of mental stress, financial trouble or health problems like injury, illness or even death. This is referred to as the “Evil Eye”.

Jealousy, envy, hatred, competition are inevitable in today’s materialistic life and so the evil eye is also a common phenomenon. It is not necessary that the person who is jealous deliberately casts a magical curse i.e. the person who gives evil eye may not be an evil person but just the thought or the way he / she praises the recipient and stares creates an evil eye. The evil eye are of three types. First one are unintentional, second type are people who have the intention to harm the other person. The third type is the most dreaded and evil which is the hidden ones who cast a magical spell without the knowledge of the sufferer.

Even in India, the evil eye is an old belief. As per Hinduism, the most powerful part to release energy is the eye. Therefore the long stare has the power to create evil eye. In India it is also believed that the admirable look can also cause evil eye. As per Hindu beliefs even animals are capable of casting evil eye.  

In different parts of the world different types of talismans orcures are used to ward off the evil eye. These include evil eye beads, evil eye bracelets, evil eye door hangings, evil eye wall hangings, horse shoe, accessories etc. The blue glass evil eye is the most common form of the evil eye used worldwide.


blogAs per Feng Shui different animal symbols represent energies and help attract good luck and fortune. The kind of energy luck depends on the qualities of the animal. Also the placement of these animal symbols is of great importance for getting desired results.

The Feng Shui Elephant embodies strength, dignity, virility, fertility, prudence, wisdom and intelligence – all qualities of a capable leader. It enables promotional opportunities, all the way to the top & provides stability as well as power when you reach there. At the same time, your relationships with those you work with will also improve. You will gain support & help from subordinates & colleagues. This Icon is perfect for career-minded men and women, who are climbing the career ladder, in the management level & vying for the higher & more important positions in corporate world.

In Feng Shui elephants having trunks facing upwards represents prosperity, good luck, and success. The placement of elephant depends on the effects desired. The different uses are:


  1. Bringing good luck & prosperity at home— Place it near the front entrance facing inward to attract good luck and blessings in the home.

       2. For Protection— Place it diagonally opposite the main entrance facing outward to        prevent the loss of chi energy and protect the home.

  1. Promote love and faithfulness– Place it in the bedroom to promote love and faithfulness between a couple.
  1. Fertility– Place the elephant beside the bed to welcome in “infant” energy.
  1. Knowledge and academic success– The elephant represents knowledge and academic excellent. Place it in your child’s bedroom preferably on the study table. 
  1. Career area/ work– To energize the career area, place an elephant near the door to symbolize wisdom and power.
  1. Management– Place the elephant on the work desk facing towards the entrance of your office to symbolize intelligent leadership, calmness and calculated decision making attitude.


Tibetian Buddhist Prayer Flags OM MANI PEDME HUM

Tibetian-Buddhist-Prayer-Flags-OM-MANI-PEDME-HUM-The Tibetan Buddhist Prayer Flags are inscribed with auspicious symbols, invocations, prayers, and mantras. These prayer flags as per Tibetan Buddhist practice are placed outside homes and places of spiritual practice to carry the vibrations of mantras and positive energy. It can be placed both indoors or outdoors of your house, in office, on bikes and in cars. Prayer flags moving in the wind generate a natural positive energy. The Prayer Flags are made in five colours representing the five elements and the Five Pure Lights and are arranged in a specific order. From left to right the order of the colours and their significance is:

Blue – represents Sky and Space;

White – represents Air and Wind;

Red – represents Fire;

Green – represents Water; and

Yellow– represents Earth.

There is a common misconception that these flags carry prayers to God. In fact as per the Tibetan belief, the vibrations caused by blowing wind on the flags carry the goodwill, peace, wisdom, strength and compassion into all pervading space and helps in bringing benefit to all. Also as per the Tibetan medicine scriptures, the five elements symbolized by the prayer flags promote health and harmony.

The Prayer Flags should be kept with proper care and respect since they have symbols and mantras which are sacred. Prayer flags should not be placed on the ground. Faded or old prayer flags should ideally be burned.Prayer flags are known as “Dar Cho” in Tibetan language where “Dar” means to increase life, prosperity, fortune, health and wealth and “Cho” means all sentient beings.

The Tibetan Buddhist prayer flags OM MANI PEDME HUM based on Tibetan philosophy have traditionally been used in Tibet, China, India and Persia. However they are gaining popularity in western countries rapidly. To sum up, as per the Tibetan Buddhist belief, the Prayer flags are simple piece of cloth tied together which coupled with the vibrations of the wind, harmonize the environment, giving blessings, happiness and positive energy among all around us.