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Shivoham

Was born at the Kumbha Mela in Allahabad 2013, with one wish, that everyone should have the chance to wear Rudraksha. Shivjyoti, the founder, had experienced a deep connection with the energies of Rudraksha seeds and was inspired to find the way everyone could feel the empowerment of wearing at least one of these mystical beads.   

The word Shivoham, she said came like lightning many years later in the process of formalising this website, a platform to share the creations beyond the spiritual centres and Yoga ashrams they had become part of. Shivoham means merging into the stream of consciousness. 

It's in the spirit of serving everyones unique unfoldment into Divine Life that Shivjyoti creates each mala. They are 108 bead garlands for meditation, contemplation and energy transformation, with accompanying bracelets, they are meant to be worn always and forever.  

Utilising the finest rare crystals and rudraksha seeds our malas, blessed through ancient ceremony carry a potent spiritual vibration that supports your spiritual development.

Each design comes forth through the creator, not from the creator. And it's our desire they bring you ain alignment with who you truly are. 

Our suppliers, like us revere the beads, are highly respected and have run a large family business for generations. Part of the family focuses on the Rudraksha specialties while others concentrate on the sourcing of fine rare crystals, others make our speciality cases and carved pendants. We take pride and care in each part of the process from concept to posting to you. 

We love the feedback we receive every day about the effects our malas are having in your life, it's always a blessing to hear about the power, benefits and blessings you experience. Every Shivoham mala and it's components are hand made with reverence, from our heart to yours and we honour the blessing to share with you. 

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Recent blog posts

Time for Spiritual Practice

by Shivjyoti Puri | 24 March, 2020

It's said the greatest pollution in the world is mental pollution, because what you think in reality is already done! Such is the power of thought. As our thoughts contribute to the unrest we feel in the world, so our thoughts can contribute to harmony, peace and happiness.

Making an Altar

by Shivjyoti Puri | 23 February, 2020

Having an altar in your home is a significant ways to remind yourself of the ever present possibility of grace and harmony to flow through your life. Its' a reminder to pause, be thankful, and sit with gratitude for all that is. Our altars shouldn't be tucked away but rather on display, they should reflect truly reflect your heart's longing.

What's a Shivoham Mala?

by Shivjyoti Puri | 26 September, 2019

The Shivoham mala works in two ways, one is connected to the things, events, people and words that always get at our weakest point, pulling us back, time and again and not allowing us the chance to fully focus on developing our talents.  The crystal and rudraksha combinations secondly enhance our energy connected to our purpose and help us to realise our goals. Rudraksha seed has the amazing ability to draw the soul forward on their spiritual journey.