Lotus Flower Disc - Helps purify the soul
by transforming it into outer beauty, thereby achieving the true nature of
reality, pure spirit, rebirth, beauty, fertility, transcendence and
The Lotus Disc is a healing tool which radiates full spectrum light frequencies.

At the same time, the colors, copper, and quartz in the disk combine to produce more healing energies in the form of astral sound frequencies which are just above the normal range of hearing.

This powerful combination of light and sound produces an extremely strong healing energy
Lotus Flower Disc contains 49 semi precious genuine gemstones & crystals:
  • 17 Garnet gemstones
  • 8 Citrine crystals
  • 8 Sky Blue Topaz gems
  • 8 Amethyst crystals
  • 8 Peridot gemstone/crystal

  • Measures 3 inches in diameter
  • Consists of 3 tiers of quartz glass.
It is made of specialized quartz glass, cut to reflect the light in such a way as to amplify the power of the cosmic energies.

This Disc is created out of parts which were divinely put together and sealed into one whole to amplify healing and metaphysical properties of each part. This Disc consists of Copper and Amethysts dust particles as well as clear Quartz to amplify vibration of genuine stones healing and metaphysical properties.
Think of the Lotus Flowers Disk as a treasure chest of mega-vitamins which replenish vital physical and astral energies while they tune the aura and subtle bodies.

When adverse circumstances or surfacing past life trauma cause the astral and physical bodies to lose or forget their original vibratory rate, disease begins to manifest first in the auric field and then in the physical body at the level of the atoms and molecules.

The Lotus Flowers Disk is designed to help retune the vibrations of the aura, atoms, and molecules with light and sound, thus restoring a state of health at the most basic levels.

The Lotus Flowers Disk is also superb for opening a healer’s hand chakras more than they have ever been before, and for tuning the hand energy. In addition, the disk will realign the astral body with the physical, which promotes general well-being and greatly speeds up healing.
According to Hindu religion, the lotus flower unfolding its petals is a symbol of one reaching a deeper state of mind as his soul expands.

In Hinduism, it is believed that the spirit of the Sacred Lotus Flower (Padma) is a part of each human being’s soul. It is a symbol of fertility, prosperity, beauty, divinity and life. The rise of the lotus flower from dirty and muddy waters symbolizes achieving spiritual enlightenment and breaking free from basic, instinctive impulses.

The lotus is the national flower of India and Vietnam because of its cultural significance, symbolism, and popularity. The lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) is an aquatic perennial plant that belongs to the family Nelumbonaceae. It is also called Sacred Lotus and Indian Lotus.

In Sanskrit (the ancient language of India), the lotus is known by various names like, Pundarika, Padma, Kamala, Utpala, etc.

Surrounded by various myths and legends, the lotus is considered divine and one of nature's mystical creations, that represents the purity of the mind and soul. In the Asian religions and cultures, especially, in Buddhism and Hinduism, lotus is the embodiment of perfection. It defines the capacity of the soul to expand and embrace the beauty of life with a clear conscience. The lotus flower sheds its seeds and blooms at the same time. In Buddhism, it is said to represent the principle of cause and effect, wherein every action or
thought is believed to cause an effect or reaction, that can be experienced either in this life or in the future lives.

This magnificent flower emerges from the dirty and unclean bottom of a pond, but still remains untouched and unstained by the dirt and mud surrounding it in the pond. This unique quality of the flower is believed to represent pure spirit, rebirth, beauty, fertility, transcendence, and resurrection.
The lotus flower was one of the most important symbols in the ancient Egyptian religion. Called as “seshen”, the flower was a symbol of Upper Egypt and represented creation and rebirth.

It was closely associated with the Sun god, Atum-Ra as it was also a symbol of the sun. Later, the lotus flower was associated with Nefertum, the god of healing, beauty, perfume and fragrance. Nefertum/Nefertem was often depicted in ancient Egyptian art wearing a crown made of lotus flowers.

Much like its use in Buddhism, the lotus flower was considered as a symbol of rebirth and recreation since it closes its petals at night and opens them back again in the morning.

This is also the reason why the lotus flower was associated with the dead entering the underworld to be reborn there.

Another use of lotus flower in Egyptian culture is related to the cult of Osiris, funerals, the mummification process and The Four Sons of Horus. The Four Sons of Horus were born from a lotus flower according to Egyptian mythology and they were depicted sitting on
a lotus flower in several ancient Egyptian artworks. In addition to that, the goddess Isis was believed to be born out of a lotus

There is a legend in Egyptian mythology which suggests that the sun rose out of a lotus flower while another one suggests that a lotus flower came out of the endless ocean “Nun” and gave birth to the Egyptian god of sun when it bloomed.

In Chinese Buddhism, the lotus flower is considered holy as it is the seat of Buddha. It represents ultimate purity and perfection since it rises from the mud. The lotus flower in Chinese culture also symbolizes cleansing of the soul while turning into an outward beauty thus achieving the true nature of reality according to Buddhist belief.

AAA_ Lotus Flower Disc

$ 272.00