Rudraksha, a seed that was traditionally used in Hinduism as a prayer bead, is now a common name. It is often worn by devotees to protect and chant Om Namah Shivaya mantra. Rudraksha mala is a string made up of beads that are used mainly for meditation. Rudraksha mala is worn by some people to balance their energies or to treat certain diseases.
Rudra is Lord Shiva’s Vedic name and Aksa refers to ‘teardrops. It also refers to Lord Rudra (Lord Shiva) teardrops. Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami, Kamal Narayan Seetha also describe Aksa in this way. Rudraksha’s meaning could be translated as “Eye Of Lord Shiva” or “Eye Of Rudra”.
These seeds are used primarily in Nepal and India to make organic jewelry and malas. They are valued at the same level as semi-precious gemstones. A Rudraksha mala can be made in a variety of combinations, from one Mukhi to 21 Mukhi beads. Beads with different number of segments (faces/mukh), have various meanings. Rare and unique beads are highly valued and valuable.
In Ancient Indian Scriptures and Texts: The power of Holy Rudraksha beads has been outlined in many religious texts since ancient times. Rudraksha Mala is believed to bring peace, tranquility, and calmness. Rudraksha Mala can bring spiritual bliss and material wealth. We have listed some of Rudraksha’s benefits.
- Rudraksha mala is a great option for people who are constantly on the go. It creates a cocoon of their own energy, helping them to sleep well and make other adjustments easily.
- One mantra can be a powerful tool in bringing about change in your life.
- It is well-known for its mystic healing properties, which can cure many physical and emotional conditions. It is very beneficial in treating neurotic disorders and helps to make a person’s mind stable.
- Rudraksha Mala can be used to treat many disorders of the nervous, digestive and cardiac systems. It is also beneficial for treating eye problems.
- Rudraksha Mala helps people avoid sudden losses and debts, saving them from complete penury.
- Rudraksha Mala protects you from evil spirits, ghosts and other negative energies.
- Rudraksha can also be very supportive of certain practices, such as the chanting mantras or chanting.
After purchasing Rudraaksh Mala, ensure that all beads are securely tied.
- Use clean, fresh water to wash it.
- Use a clean, dry cloth.
- For 24 hours, dip malas in ghee
- After cleaning the bowl, dip it in cow milk for 24 hours.
- Wear it the next morning after you have chanted any Shiv Mantra.
Note: Oil is a good alternative to cow Ghee and Cow Milk if they are unavailable. Make sure that the bowl you use to soak mala is not made of metal. Use a glass or plastic bowl. Be sure to touch the mala on your forehead before you wear it.
To get the most out of Rudraaksh Mala, there are some things you should do and not do.
- If you happen to accidentally touch the Rudraaksh and other metals (such as gold or silver), remove the mala, condition it again, and then wear.
- Condition every six months after you wear.
- Anyone over 14 years old can wear Panchmukhi Rasaaksh.
- Avoid eating non-vegetable food.
- Don’t drink alcohol.
- Mala can be worn at all times, including in sleep and defecate. However, it should not come into contact with any metal. You can’t wear a gold chain. You can wear either mala or another chain. Rudraaksh may have conflicting energy with metal
- Before you go through any funeral or child birthplaces, remove mala.
- Do not lend your mala out to anyone.
- Do not show your mala.
- Replace any broken beads with a brand new one if necessary.
- Mixing different types of Rudraaksh into a mala is not a good idea.
- Stop touching mala repeatedly, it is not a fidget spinner.
- Ek Mukhi mala is very rare and powerful.
Rudraksha Tree (Elaeocarpus Ganitrus roxb) is 60-80 feet tall and can be found in the Gangetic Plain at the foothills the Himalayas. It can be found from the Gangetic Plain in the foothills the Himalayas to Southeast Asia to Australia, Guam to Hawaii, China, Taiwan, and parts of Malaysia (Indonesia).
Rudraksha seeds have an outer husk that is blue, which covers them when they are fully ripe. They are often called blueberry beads. Blue is not pigmented, but structural. This tree is evergreen and grows fast. After germination, Rudraksha trees begin to bear fruit within three to four years. The roots become stronger as the tree matures and rise up towards the trunk, radiating outwards along the ground.
Each Rudraksha is unique and has a different power than other beads. Each Rudraksha has different deities depending on the face of the Bead. It is important that the Rudraksha acquires a Genuine Bead. The Rudraksha must then be safely delivered to the wearer. This power must be maintained by the individual himself through regular chanting of Rudraksha Mandatra and regular Hawan.
There are usually no restrictions on Rudraksha wear. Anyone can wear one regardless of gender, age or nationality. It is important to get qualified guidance due to the variety of Rudraksha beads and their origins. You should also take good care of your Rudrakshas.
To achieve the best results, it’s best to wear the Rudraksha according to the instructions in ancient texts such as the Shrimad Devi Bhagwatam, Shiva Purana, and Shrimad Devi Bhagwatam.
Rudraksha is open to all. Rudraksha is open to all. The scriptures state clearly that Rudraksha does not have any restrictions based on caste or creed. Rudraksha is available from 1 Mukhi to 21 Mukhi Rudraksha, each one being blessed by a Hindu deity. Goddess Lakshmi is blessed with the 7 Mukhi, while Goddess Durga is given the 9 Mukhi and Bhumi Devi the 18 Mukhi. The 2 Mukhis and Gauri Shankar depict Shiva and Shakti in harmony. This and other scriptures support the conclusion that Rudraksha can be worn by women.
According to the Purana details, there are 14 types of Rudraksha. These are known as Mukhi, or faceted Rudraksha. The deep lines, or Mukhi, that are found on the Rudraksha’s surface from the bottom to the top hole indicate the faces of Rudraksha. These lines determine the type of Mukhi Rudraksha. If a Rudraksha’s lines are three in number, it is called 3 Mukhi (or 3 Faces Rudraksha). Handwritten Scriptures with saints also describe the properties of various Mukhi Rudrakshas. These beads are believed to have been available from 1 to 108 Mukhi in ancient times. They are now a rare Natural thing.
Rudraksha, in its natural state, has energies that are extremely beneficial for the wearer. Rudraksha can be consecrated to increase its impact on the wearer. They are powerful aids to the seeker in many aspects.
Here is a list Rudraksha that has been chosen for common use, along with their corresponding attributes:
Dwimukhi These two-face Rudrakshas are for married people. This is a supportive accessory for marital relationships, and should be worn by both spouses.
Panchmukhi These five-faced Rudrakshas can be worn by any person over 14 years old. It promotes inner freedom and purity.
Shanmukhi These Rudrakshas are for children under 14 years old. This Rudraksha promotes proper mental and physical development and demonstrates motherly love towards the child.
Gowrishankar – These beads look like two beads glued together and are suitable for anyone over 14 years old. It is said to aid in prosperity and balance the Ida & Pingala Nadis energy channels and activate the seven chakras.
Healthy people breathe 21,600 times per day. According to Shastras, 21600 breaths should be given to worldly activities. 10,800 breaths for spiritual practice. However, it is difficult to do the same. They are therefore hundred-fold stronger if they can recall the almighty in the one-hundredth of 10,800 breaths with devotion and fervor. This is why the Rudraksha mala contains 108 beads.