The week ends, you are exhausted. You sit on your sofa but find it hard to relax. You step out on the balcony or at your window for a few moments and smell the evening air. And yet it's all the brooding thoughts of your week that come galloping back into your head. It's hard to clear your mind ...
Saturday morning, after a not very restful night, you let your eyes glide towards the rays of light which flood your room. The sun is back. And through the prism of the suncatcher, rays of happiness and joy of life flow into your room.
The Suncatcher by receiving sunlight will help dissolve all the bad energies accumulated, thus allowing a re-harmonisation of the space.
The Ganesh Suncatcher to dissolve negative energies
So if you’re fed up with the heavy atmospheres in your home, place a Ganesh Suncatcher on your curtain rod or near a window. The important thing is that the sun's rays can pass through the prism.
The origin of the light we see is the sun, its rays reach us like little wagons that transport through space the elements necessary for the life and growth of plants, animals and humans.
The sunlight is still pure. No one can contaminate it.
The Ganesh Suncatcher to harmonise your space
The ray goes down inside the prism and gives the 7 colours. When sunlight passes through a prism, it breaks down into 7 colours that are reflected in the rainbow.
Each colour has a strength, a quality, an intelligence which, when united with the man / woman, can bring perfection.
- Red brings dynamism.
- Orange brings interiority.
- Yellow shines and brings subtlety.
- Green makes energies grow, it develops things, brings growth.
- Blue brings peace, expands, opens the doors to infinity.
- Indigo structures, organises, brings order and brings the strength that comes from stability.
- Violet cleanses, brings out the essential, which is pure and true, and destroys and consumes everything else.
The prism is the 7 colours, the 7 chakras, the 7 forces.
Colours are life!
Colored light is, in fact, known to help calm negative moods, bring more joy and optimism, and regulate emotions.
Where to hang your Ganesh Suncatcher?
So that you enjoy all the benefits and potential of your suncatcher, the easiest way is to place it near a window facing the sun, or on a veranda, balcony, or terrace.
The brightness and the rays of the sun will be captured and diffused on the surrounding walls, in an explosion of pretty halos of colours.
But you can also place it at the front door, or even outside on your patio, on a tree branch, where it will work!
What does the symbol of Ganesh represent?
In Hinduism, Ganesh, is the god who removes obstacles. He is also the god of wisdom, intelligence, education and prudence, the patron of schools and knowledge workers. Recognizable by his elephant head, he is arguably the most revered god in India, and his aura touches the entire Indian subcontinent and Asia in general.
Ganesh is one of the symbols of the union between the macrocosm and the microcosm, the divine and the human. This symbolism is found in the respective sizes of Ganesh, the elephant, the largest land animal, and his vâhana, the rat, a very small mammal.
In its representation, the lower part is the human part and the upper part, the head, is the elephantine and divine part. He is a man, but his spirit is the image of the cosmos, so he can, by the power of thought, remove the obstacles of ignorance and understand the nature of the universe. He sometimes wears a royal cobra in the form of a cord or belt or placed on his head, as a symbol of protection.
Total height: 43 cm
Ganesh head: 9 x 4.5 cm
4 cm crystal ball
The coloured K9 crystal used is a type of crystal specially employed for its superior optical properties, strength and durability: it is much lighter and less brittle than conventional crystal, which makes it ideal for everyday use, even outside.