Raksha Bandhan~रक्षा बंधन - Ancient Rakhi Vs Modern Rakhi
In ancient times, akshat, that is, some unbroken rice grains were covered in white cloth and it was tied with silk thread as rakhi.
Akshat, that is, unbroken rice is all encompassing and silk thread has the ablility of rapidly transmitting sattvik frequencies. Thus, rakhi is made from akshat and silk thread. This rakhi is tied to the brother by the sister. The frequencies of spiritual energy in the sister are transferred to the brother when the sister ties the rakhi to him. This activates the surya-nadi (sun channel) of the brother and the Shiva principle in him is awakened. This results in disintegration of the raja-tama particles present in the atmosphere.
Over the period of time, this type of rakhi has disappeared and presently, various types of rakhis are available in the market. Most of them are gaudy. They are not sattvik. The subtle effect of such rakhi is:
1. An illusory flow is attracted in the rakhi
An illusory spiral is generated in the rakhi due to the various colourfull and flashy items used in making the rakhi.
Illusory frequencies are spread in the body of the person upon tying such rakhi.
Illusory particles remains active for a long time in his body.
2. Tama-predominant flow of black energy is attracted in the rakhi.
A tama-predominant and thorny spiral is generated in the rakhi and a spiral of tama guna revolves in an activated form in the wrist of the preson to whom the rakhi is tied.
Tama-predominant frequencies spread in the body of the person. Thereby, these tama-predominant vibrations enter every action performed by his hands.
Particles of tama are spread in his body.
3. Tama-predominated frequencies are spread in the body of the woman tying the rakhi.
4. Tama–predominant illusory particles are spread in the environment.