#9NightsOfDevi – Explore consecrated offering and more, this Navratri
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Water that’s been violently pumped through pipes imbibes much negativity. Allowing it to rest in a copper pot, with a consecrated Jeevarasam undoes this. The Dhyanalinga vibhuti contained in the Jeevarasam, energises this water making it beneficial for regular consumption.



What is Jeevarasam?

Jeevarasam is a small oval-shaped burnished metal container, with a serpent in a protective position coiled around it. It is filled with energized vibhuti. Vibhuti is sacred ash, consecrated at Dhyanalinga at the Isha Yoga Center. Jeevarasam has been specifically designed by Sadhguru for our well-being. Each Jeevarasam goes through a process of consecration before becoming available for purchase. Using a Jeevarasam is a simple way to energize your water, and to bring harmony and balance to your system.

You can drink this water every day, throughout the day as your regular drinking water. You can also use this water in poojas. 


Setting Up Your Jeevarasam
  • To set up the Jeevarasam, make sure there is sufficient vibhuti inside by gently twisting the Jeevarasam to unscrew it. Add vibhuti if needed, or tighten the two parts back together. All Jeevarasam come prefilled with vibhuti for your first use. The Jeevarasam should be re-filled with vibhuti once empty. 
  • Next, place the Jeevarasam into a vessel of at least 5L. You can use a vessel up to 25L in size with one Jeevarasam. 
  • To gain the maximum benefits of Jeevarasam, use it in a copper vessel. Natural vessels are also okay, such as those made of mud. Whichever vessel you use, make sure the Jeevarasam is fully submerged in the water at all times. The Jeevarasam may not stand straight when submerged in water; this is okay.
  • Within a period of three hours, your water will be consecrated. 


Cleaning and Storing Tips
  • There is no need to frequently clean the Jeevarasam; only on occasion, you can rub-dry vibhuti on it for small cleaning. 
  • Do not use lemon or other materials to attempt to clean it. Cleaning materials, including natural methods, will not be conducive for the Jeevarasam and can cause a chemical reaction that is not suitable. 
  • When not in use, Jeevarasam should be stored in a bag of uncooked rice, completely covered. 
  • With regular use, Jeevarasam should be refilled with vibhuti approximately every 6 months. You can refill with vibhuti more often if you need to do so.