Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Benefits of Peacock feathers

The feathers of a Peacock since ancient times have been associated  with numerous deities in HINDUISM.It is associated with Krishna, who is normally portrayed with a bunch of Peacock feathers tied on his forehead. The Peacock is also associated amongst other deities with Shri.Murgan and the Hindu Goddess of wealth Laxmi.

The Peacock symbolizes purity and positive energy, the ancients discovered the unique frequencies of the Peacock feathers and hence they assumed great significance. These feathers attract positive vibrations and have a deeper Spiritual meaning attached to them. The Peacock is also the National Bird of India.

The Peacock feathers are also widely used in India for general Health and Wellbeing as also for the purposes of Protection ,as they are said to repel negative and destructive energies and vibrations.

If a few feathers are kept on your body they are said to remove hoarseness of the voice, improve voice quality and give good oratory skills.

The Peacock feathers are said to remove the ill effects of Poison,Vastudosh [ negative vibrations in the home],and the ill effects of malefic Planets.

These feathers are said to remove the Tamas Gunas or the negative qualities from ones body.

A Peacock feather is said to heal wounds, if tied over the wound or injury.

A pinch of the powder of the Peacock feather if taken with Honey is said to remove Poison from the body.

Also the powder of the feather left after burning it if taken for a month in the morning and evening with Honey is said to remove weakness and generate good Sexual Health.


3 comments :

  1. No Birds in the House
    Italians often believe that having a bird in the house brings bad luck. I have heard this growing up and none of the older generations I knew to never had pet birds, but today many Italian American families have pet birds. Some versions of the superstition include even bird feathers, especially peacock feathers with their potentially "Evil" eye. I was told growing up that the reason for birds being bad luck stemmed from the Bible, when St. Peter denied that he knew Jesus three times before the cock crowed.
    A peacock feather has an evil eye at the end. Argus, the Greek legend, says a hundred eyed monster was turned into a peacock with all its eyes in its tail. Never bring a peacock feather indoors for decoration as they are unlucky.

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  2. Its applicable to Christian or western belief. Not applicable here in India. Our supreme deity, Krishna was surrounded by peacocks.Wore peacock feather on His head. Similarly, many other deities are related to peacocks. Now, please, donot co relate Hinduism with Christianity. Hinduism is a different genre entirely. Lets respect the vast diversity and philosophy that different culture holds, rather than prejudicing! Thanks!

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  3. I have read somewhere that during Krishna's childhood times, there was a superstition that peacock feathers are unlucky. And the Lord, as always, losing no opportunity to break down human delusions, picked up a peacock feather and stuck it into his own crown. Ever since then, we have come to venerate the blessed peacock feather that got exalted to the position of being part of the Lord's playful self-beautifying!

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