Sunday, 5 April 2015

Do you know the natural powers of Rudraksh?




Wearing rudraksh mala (necklace) or rosary of these beads is not a fashion statement. I have heard from elders the benefits and the power of rudraksh. But does it really help? In ancient India, the sages and holy-men wore them round their necks, arms, etc because of their invisible powers of emitting positive energy and health benefits. The dried fruit, a bead is called the rudraksh. As per experts there are 38 types of rudraksh, and are available in 21 faces or mukhi as they are commonly known. The different faces of rudraksh signify or represent different powers they emit, thereby providing different benefits to the person who wears it on his body.


Rudraksh, known as a divine mystic bead is said to have originated from the tears of Lord Shiva. The bead is known to pacify negative and malefic effects of various planets on human life. A rudraksh is suggested by analsing one's date of birth. The mystery of the entire life of a person is hidden in his date of birth, as such the career path, success or failure in life, relationship and even physical ailments can be known by analysis of one's date of birth. Ancient medical texts claim that a rudraksh can help balance the vital chakras of the human body, which control the bile, wind and phlegm. It is without side effects and bestows on its wearer positive and beneficial effects. Rudraksh is an amalgamation of two words Rudra meaning 'Shiva' and Aksha meaning 'eyes'.

The red (rudra) seeds (aksa) of the tree Eleocarpus Ganitrus are very popular as a folk remedy and has curative powers. The hills of the lower Himalayas are covered with these trees and other similar species, which has a warm, dry soil and offers sloping drainage. Apart from curative properties, it is believed these large, hard, reddish-black seeds have miraculous powers. The ridges in the rudraksh are called mukhi. Traditionally, the seeds have ridges (mukhi) varying from one mukhi to 31 mukhi. Rudraksh in the range of one to nine mukhi are generally prescribed as remedies for astrological debilities of the nine grahas (planets), while the range ten mukhi to fourteen mukhi are assigned to the deities according to the local customs and sacred traditions.

One single tree can produce hundreds of blue fruits. Inside these fruits are seeds that bear all of the mukhi (ridge) patterns, from one to 30 plus mukhi. Authentic and natural rudraksh never float in water, whereas the man-made artificial beads from poly-resin found in the markets, especially near the Chinese border always float. The most common non-medicinal or non-remedial use for rudraksh seeds is making beads to be strung as a mala (rosary) for counting prayers during recitation of mantras.

People are advised to select a rudraksh that suits your body and personality. Any individual irrespective of his/her religion, caste or creed, whether a vegetarian or non-vegetarian, can wear a rudraksh to benefit from the positive effects it emits. Rudraksh beads have intrigued humans since time immemorial. Ancient Hindu religious scripts say that a rudraksh is believed to have originated from the tears of Lord Shiva.


A rudraksh not only has mythological significance but also scientific relevance. Research conducted by modern scientists has proved that a rudraksh has inherent electromagnetic, para-magnetic and bio-magnetic properties as well as inductive capacitance, which empowers the bead to cure the human body medically and spiritually. On the material plane, it helps pacifying the malefic effects of different planets thereby ensuring success, career growth and prosperity.

The tri-mukhi or three-faced rudraksh, for example represent agni (fire) and is used for avoiding or overcoming bad luck, and for acquiring good education and wealth. It is said the gera-mukhi or eleven-faced rudraksh represents Lord Indra and it is valuable and is normally kept in the place of worship or cash box, as it is believed that it attracts enormous wealth. Besides it is also believed that, women who are unable to conceive a child, are soon blessed with one. Sometime back, an NGO working for domestic and stray animals decided to try this rudraksh for the benefit of ailing animals, the results were encouraging.

It is believed power, wealth and all the comforts of life can be yours if you wear an ek-mukhi or single faced rudraksh, which is relatively rare, highly valued and very expensive. Power means spiritual power. Sometimes more than one auspicious mark, such as trishul (trident), om, serpent, etc is found on a single-faced rudraksha. Former Indian Prime Minister Mrs Indira Gandhi used to wear a mala (rosary) made of 108 ek-mukhi rudraksh, and it is commonly believed that these single-faced rudraksh brought her immense power and fame. As per custom, one is supposed to recite ‘om yam ham shroun ye’ eleven times before wearing the rudraksh.

Do-mukhi or two-faced rudraksh brings about a positive change in the powers of concentration and retention. It is useful for those seeking spiritual power. They are supposed to recite ‘om shreem hreem kshowm vreem om’ eleven times before wearing it.

Wearing a tri-mukhi or three-faced rudraksh brings you learning, wealth and helps in warding off bad luck. They should recite ‘om rem hoom hreem hoom om’ eleven times before wearing it.

The char-mukhi or four-faced rudraksh is generally associated with wealth and good health. They should recite ‘om vam vam tham ham yee’ eleven times before wearing it.

Success in all walks of life and good health is assured if you wear a panch-mukhi or a five-faced rudraksh. These are the most common ones worn by people at large. One should recite ‘om hram aam kshamyom svaha’ eleven times before wearing it.

The general belief is che-mukhi or six-faced rudraksh helps in attaining some ‘siddhi’ or special power. It also brings success in general and business in particular. It is supposed to help you to get a distinction in education. They should recite ‘om hreem shreem kleem soum yem’ eleven times before wearing it.

Rudraksh tree 
For some unknown reason, saat-mukhi or seven-faced rudraksh is rarely worn. It is associated with wealth, esteemed and respect and spiritual evolution. They should recite ‘om hram kreem hreem soum’ eleven times before wearing it.

Rudraksh has an old tradition in Hindu culture. It is also a symbol of spiritualism. It is worn for positive energy emitted from the bead. However it is suggested that one should wear the rudraksh only after consulting an expert in this tradition. It is said the right rudraksh emits positive energy and is considered beneficial to the person wearing it. Similarly, doing Mahamritunjaya mantra japa using rudraksh mala, offering bel leaves and Panchamrut on Sivalinga is considered to be holy.

One can also select a rudraksh based on the purpose or problem faced by an individual. Normally the date of birth of an individual is analyzed to determine planetary influences, both good and malefic, on an individual’s life thereafter, the right rudraksh is advised. Rudraksha symbolises the link between heaven and earth. The sacred beads are also believed to boost luck and prosperity of the wearer significantly. As per some astrologers, rudraksha can also help remove malefic planetary effects.










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