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Real, natural Rudraksha Seeds are hard to come by. Many people accidentally purchase inferior or plastic seeds. Don't make that mistake! Our products are 100% guaranteed real Rudraksha and will help bring you a more intense peace and harmony to your meditation practice.
If you're ready to take your meditation to the next level, get these Rudraksha Malas today!
Rudraksha beads are the seeds of a Himalayan fruit tree that the scriptures say sprang from Lord Shiva’s tears while he meditated with open eyes to save the world from evil forces.
Rudraksha beads are treasured for the manifold powers that they bestow, such as tranquility, concentration, and above all, assistance on the path to enlightenment. The beads are offered in a transparent encasement that keeps its spiritual energy protected.
The corresponding mantra, as well as the significance of the mala, is provided on an attractive insert.
Corresponding Mantra: Om Namah Shivaya.
Corresponding Deity: Lord Shiva, consciousness, the Lord of Meditation.
Intention: Meditation, association with the Divine.
A mala is typically made from 108 beads and one larger additional bead called a Sumeru. Begin the round with the sumeru and end when it is reached again. The following round should begin with the same bead upon which the previous round ended.
The mala should be held in the right hand with the middle finger and thumb, never with the index finger which is considered inauspicious. With each bead one repeats the mantra. “Japa is a type of communication between “here” and “beyond”, between the part and the Whole. As in all types of communication, it cannot be the mumbling of empty words, it cannot be a mechanical or robotic repetition, but it must express an authentic and sincere intention. The mantra should be recited with highest attention and deeply interiorized.” Rudraksha Mala - Lord Shiva
Note: One should never wear the Rudraksha while having intercourse. Women must not wear the Rudraksha during their periods or when they are having their menstrual cycle. Always keep your Rudraksha clean.