Magical Holy Tantra Maha Bhasma Vibhuti
Magical Holy Tantra Maha Bhasma Vibhuti is the sacred ash from the dhuni or fire of a Siddha yogi or avadhoota, or from the sacrificial fire or yajna, where special wood, ghee, herbs, grains and other auspicious and purifying items are offered in worship along with mantras. It is believed that bhasma destroys sins (paap), and that it links us with the divine.
Magical Holy Tantra Maha Bhasma Vibhuti
This is a Magical Holy Tantra Maha Bhasma Vibhuti is a mixture from the Tantra masters personal dhuni and from the cremation ghats. The Ash is infused with countless mantras addressed to Lord Bhairav, Shiva and Goddess Kali. Each morning and evening, the Siddhas gather around the dhuni for mantra, puja and homa. The accumulated energy is contained within the holy ash.
The ash can be used to adorn the body, over the third eye, in tantric rituals, on your idols of the Lord and varied magical purposes.
Note: This is raw ash directly from the ghats and may contain small particles and fragments from the pyres. These can be shifted out and buried if so desired. We recommend leaving them intact in the ash for added power.
Blessings of Lord Mahadeva, Bhairav and Ma Kali
Destruction of Enemies
Removal of Evil Forces and Attachments
Simply by keeping the ash on the altar, no black magic or evil spirit can harm you.
Bhasma Or Vibhuti is the sacred ash from the dhuni or fire of a Siddha yogi or avadhoota, or from the sacrificial fire or yajna, where special wood, ghee, herbs, grains and other auspicious and purifying items are offered in worship along with mantras. It is believed that bhasma destroys sins (paap), and that it links us with the divine. It is called ‘bhasma’ because it has the power to consume all evils. Any matter, broken up through the process of fire is reduced to its ‘bhasmic’ form, which is infinitely more refined and pure than the original matter, devoid as it is of all impurities niranjan. The grossness of matter obscures the subtle essence inherent within it, just as wood hides fire and milk conceals butter and cheese, but when it is burnt (or churned in the case of milk) only the pure essence remains. Similarly, the great heat of tapasya and the churning of the mind in meditation reveals the underlying subtle spirit or atman.
Bhasma is also called ‘vibhuti’, because it gives spiritual power. The Sanskrit word, vibhooti means ‘glory’, as it gives glory to one who applies it, protection (raksha) from ill health and negative forces, and attracts the higher forces of nature. Another meaning of vibhooti is ‘healing power’, and it is widely used as a medicinal treatment in both Ayurveda and Chinese and Tibetan medicine, which are all ancient and profound systems for the rejuvenation of life.
Maha Yogi Shiva, father of tantra, is usually depicted naked in sadhana, his whole body covered in bhasma. The first verse of the Shiva Panchakshara Stotram gives the following description: Naagendrahaaraaya trilochanaaya, bhasmaangaraagaaya maheshwaraaya. Nityaaya shuddhaaya digambaraaya – ‘Salutations to the mighty three-eyed Shiva, eternal and pure, wearing the king of snakes as his garland, naked and besmeared with sacred ash.’ Some other names given to Lord Shiva are Bhasmashayaaya (abode of bhasma) and Bhasmabhootaaya (covered with bhasma). Covering the body with ash is considered to be an auspicious act for discovering one’s Shiva nature. Shiva is said to be responsible for mahapralaya, the dissolution of the universe at the end of each kalpa. At this time he dances his tandava nritya, the dance of destruction.
The great tantric siddha Avadhoota Dattatreya was referred to as Bhasma Nishta – one who loves bhasma. Bhasma is generally applied on the forehead, while many sadhus also apply it on the arms, chest and stomach. Some ascetics, especially nagas (naked ascetics) rub it all over the body. While applying it, many devotees also consume a pinch. Shaivites use only bhasma from cremated bodies, which is believed to be very powerful. Bhasma has the power of fire. Agni, the inner fire, scorches and reduces all impurities in the body. It is said that one who smears ash on the body is purified as if bathed in fire. This is known as ‘the bath of fire’. After smearing the body with ash, one should reflect on and realize the highest truth.