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Silver & Rudraksha

As silver is a conductor, its beneficial for using with rudraksha beads.
Silver, gold and copper will boost the synergistic circuitry of
rudraksha malas’ electromagnetic properties, whether they are in the form of caps or wire.

26 Nov 2008

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Benefits of vibhuti & rudrakshNamaste all, 


Applying vibhuti in different points of the body can bring positive
energy. Rudraksh comes in varieties, each for a different purpose,
says Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev

 

 

Vibhuti is a tool to enhance receptivity. When applied at different
points of the body, especially points of higher receptivity, one
receives positive energy.

Vibhuti is always taken with the ring finger
as that is the most sacred part of the body. Apply Vibuthi to the
following places for maximum benefit:
Agna Chakra: Between the eyebrows to receive life as knowledge or
wisdom
Vishuddhi Chakra: Pit of the throat to enhance power
Anahata Chakra: Center of chest, where the ribcage meets to receive
life as love
Just behind the earlobe is a solid bone which runs into a crevice.
If one follows that crevice one can find a dimple where a little
Vibhuti can be applied
Men can apply a little bit of Vibhuti on their right big toe, while
women should apply it on their left big toe

Another powerful tool to
enhance one’s well-being is Rudraksh, the seed of a tree that
primarily grows in the mountains. Rudraksh has a very unique vibration
about itself and is worn for different purposes Rudraksh cleanses a
certain amount of the aura. It can vary from pitch-black to pure
white, depending on the person’s physical and mental health. The aura
is the reflection of who one really is. If one goes to a new place
where the vibrations are completely different, the body may not be
able to settle down.

Wearing Rudraksh cocoons one in one’s own
energies, preventing external energies from disturbing. There are a
variety of Rudraksh available, each for a different purpose. Ekamukhi
or single-faced Rudraksh is for power. However, it is not advisable to
wear it without proper guidance. Dwimukhi or twofaced is for wealth,
while Panchamukhi or five-faced is for well-being. Panchamukhi can be
worn by everyone, irrespective of age or gender. Apart from improving
general well-being, it also reduces blood pressure and keeps the body
calm and alert. Shanmukhi or six-faced Rudraksh is good for children
as it attracts motherly love.

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3 Mukhi Rudraksha as referenced in books of knowledge

from:  

http://www.rudraksha-ratna.com/showarticles.php?artid=31&PHPSESSID=d2b9d770b04e2fd20c4c96fe2ce9dee3

 

 

3 Mukhi Rudraksha Bead is Known to be one of the most powerful Rudraksha for stopping all problems created in the past and existing in the present moment and about to take place in the Future. This Rudraksha Bead combined with appropriate Mantras helps to dramatically change a persons life for the better in the 40 days it takes to complete an initial Mantra Discipline. The 3 Mukhi Rudraksha Bead is a life saver.

Quoting the following from the information referenced in the Highly Auspicious Book titled RUDRAKSA – Properties and Biomedical Implications by Mr. Subas Rai.

In the SIVA PURANA Vidyesvara Samhita Translated by Shastri 1973

Suta said

Rudraksa is a favorite bead of Siva. It is highly sanctifying. It removes all sins by sight, contact and japas

SIVA said

If a man is not liberated after Meditation and acquisition of Knowledge, he shall wear Rudraksha. He shall be freed from all sins and attain the highest goal. A Rudraksha of 3 Faces always bestows means of enjoyment. As a result of its power all lores become firmly established.

O daughter of king of mountains thus I have explained to you the different types of Rudraksas based on the number of faces. Please listen to the mantras with devotion

Klim…Obessiance…3 Faced Rudraksha Bead

In the PADMA PURANA Chapter 57 Translated by Bhatta 1989

THE LORD Said

The one with three mouths is Fire Himself; the sin earned in the past births of him on whom it remains is burnt as fire burns fuel. A wise man obtains that fruit which is obtained by worshipping Fire or by rites of honoring Fire or by offering the oblation of ghee; and also obtains heaven. He who wears a Rudraksa of three mouths on his body is like Brahma on the earth. It would burn all the sins due to wicked deeds collected in birth after birth. There would be not disease in his belly; he would not be sick. He is never defeated, and his house is not burnt by fire. These and all other fruits are obtained and destructive weapons also are warded off. Nothing inauspicious happens due to wearing of Rudraksa of three mouths i.e. when a Rudraksa of three mouths is worn on one’s person.

In the RUDRAKSAJABALOPANISAD

KALAGNI RUDRA replied

The one with three faces is Fire Himself, which on wearing pleases all the three Fire deities.

In the Introduction Section of the Book RUDRAKSA Planetary Correlations and Astrological Implications of Rudraksa are detailed as follows -:

Three Mukhi

Its ruling planet is Mars, which astrologically represents fire. This planet governs blood, head, neck, ears, testis, bone marrow, genital organs, kidney, red blood corpuscles ( RBC ) Vitamin K. This mukhi is supposed to cure diseases such as, blood defect, plague, small pox, blood pressure, weakness, bone fracture, disturbed menstrual cycle, spontaneous abortion, ulcer, wounds, etc. caused by the malefic effects of Mars.

In the Book Gems and Rudraksha by Mr. Anil Gupta he describes the Values and Merits of the 3 Mukhi Rudraksha Bead as follows

Three Faced Rudraksha has three natural lines. Its ruling planet is Mars and it is the symbol of god Agni ( fire ). The Agni ( fire ) purifies every thing in the same way, the wearer of 3 Faced Rudraksha gets rid of the sins that he had done in his past life and returns to the purely true life. It is the best for those who have fallen prey to inferiority complex or fear stricken and suffer from self hatred or mental strain.

In a short time after wearing it, the wearer feels its influence by attaining success in his efforts, favorable means, learning and knowledge. Its another best virtue is that it makes the wearer free from chronic fever certainly. Modern physicists and allopathic doctors accept that the patient of the fever that comes after every 3 days, is cured.

It contains the Trinity of gods Brahma and Vishnu and Mahesh and the trinity of Gunaas Sattva and Rajas and Tamas and the three spheres The Sky The Earth and The Paatal with their divine powers. For its divine powers this bead is the most sacred and powerful and the best.

Source —> Rudra Centre

 

 

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Rudraksha in Ayurvedic medicine
   
 

Rudraksh is a tree distributed in different parts of India. Its hard tubercled nuts are made into rosaries and bracelets and are also used in making necklaces and buttons. There is considerable demand for the beads in India. Owing to limited occurrence of the species in the country, commercial supplies of these beads are not available form indigenous sources and the bulk of the requirement is met by imports from Nepal, Malaya and Indonesia. The rosaries are sold in India mostly at places of pilgrimage. As Rudraksh herb thrives in warm localities with a high and well-distributed rainfall, having good drainage. For the natives and traditional healers of Chhattisgarh, Rudraksh is not a new herb. They are aware of the nuts since time immemorial. In different forests of Chhattisgarh many Elaeocarpus species have been reported. Seeing its demand, now many innovative herb growers have started its plantation in Chhattisgarh. They are getting positive results from initial trials. The traditional healers of Chhattisgarh suggest the natives to wear the necklaces of Rudraksh in order to protect themselves from evil spirits. But as it is costly and beyond rich of common natives, this use is not much popular. In the name of Rudraksh, adulteration of inferior species is common. The healers informed me that they have other promising and cheap substitute to Rudraksh necklaces.

I have given such details in my previous articles. The traditional healers are not much aware of its other medicinal properties and uses. During my ethnobotanical surveys in Chhattisgarh plains, I have observed its use in treatment of common fever. The healers rub the Rudraksh seed with Shahad (Honey) and give it to patients internally. It is promising remedy in hyper pyrexia. I am giving the details of its botany and reported medicinal uses, I have noted form the reference literatures. Botanically, Rudraksh (E. Sphaericus syn. E. ganitrus) is a medium sized evergreen tree with a spreading hand some crown leaves simple, oblong-lanceolate, sub-entire or irregularly crenate, decurrent into the petiole, glabrous, acute or acuminate; Flowers white in dense racemes in old leaf axills; Fruits globose or some what obovoid purple drupes, stone tubercled, longitudinally groved, generally 5- celled and 5 – seeded. Rarely seven – celled. The religious natives consider it lucky. According to Ayurveda, fruits are sour, appetiser, sedative and useful in treatment of cough, bronchitis, nerve pain, epilepsy, migraine etc. It is also considered beneficial in treatment of hypertension. Its use in treatment of high fever is not reported in these literatures. I am proud to write that the traditional healers of Chhattisgarh are using it for this purpose. I am trying to find out the fact that how these healers have discovered this promising use. After successful trials of Rudraksh plantation in Chhattisgarh, we will try to establish it as potential medicinal crop. Through the on-going surveys I am trying to gather more information on its traditional uses in Chhattisgarh

Thank you very much for reading the article.

From Research Note by Pankaj Oudhia

http://www.botanical.com/site/column_poudhia/357_rudraksh.html

Rudraksha recommended for various physical mental problems
   
  The ancient rudraksha beads are now gaining importance in the present era as the healing properties of rudraksha are being identified and recommended by rudraksha therapists for various physical and mental problems. Rudraksha beads (botanical name: Eleao Carpus Granitrus) are the dried fruits of the rudraksha tree mainly found in Java and Sumatra, Assam, Himalayan region, Sikkim, Nepal and Bhutan.

Talking to this, Pune based Dr. Madhuri Mahadevan, a clairvoyant and a feng shui consultant who is also a rudraksha therapist says, “For thousands of years the merits and powers of the rudraksha beads have been documented and detailed in the holy puranas and Upanishads.”

According to Dr. Madhuri wearing the sacred rudraksha beads brings one to the alpha state of present moment living. “The ancient discipline of Rudraksha recommendation is as simple as it is complicated,” Dr. Madhuri points out. She further states today there are many rudraksha therapy facilities in India that recommend rudraksha beads by combining ancient Vedic Knowledge with modern scientific proof and confirmed experiences continually proving the effectiveness of wearing rudraksha beads.

Stressing on the scientific aspect of the Beads she firmly puts modern science has shown that the electromagnetic nature of rudraksha beads affect our neurophysiology in a specific manner that allows control of heart beat, blood pressure, stress levels, hypertension and at the same time relieves anxiety, depression and neurotic conditions.

Anti aging properties have also been discovered, based on the natural electromagnetism of rudraksha beads. She calls rudraksha as a natures gift to mankind and a panacea for all illnesses coming in the category of using herbs and plants for counteracting not only the evil effects of planets but all at clinical level for illnesses such as hypertension, cancer and AIDS amongst others.

As a rudraksha therapist and a clairvoyant Dr. Madhuri have also suggested the usage of rudraksha beads to her several clients suffering from cancer and AIDS. Says she, “I recommend the usage of rudraksha beads, externally by wearing it and internally by drinking milk of rudraksha beads boiled in it.” She adds these Beads tremendously help as a supportive therapy and nullifies all the side effects of the medication and speed up the effect of the medication. The wearing of Beads also gives strength to the patient to cope with the medication.

However, Dr. Madhuri stresses on the need of more scientific research and analysis to be carried out to understand its benefits in the field of health and medicine for the benefit of a mankind.

Source :   http://www.phronline.net/article/detarchive.asp?articleid=13439§ionid=2

What is Rudra Yaga and How Can It Help The World
   
  Rudra normally refers to Lord Shiva who according to popular belief is the God of Destruction. In the Vedic Tradition however Rudra has another meaning as Rudra is the Divine Being whose eyes are filled with tears of compassion. When Rudra sees people suffering these tears spontaneously drop from his eyes and manifest in the form of the Scriptures which embody the techniques for overcoming pain and misery. Those same tears also manifest in the form of Saints and Sages and Herbs and the Healing Sciences. That is why not only the Scriptures but also the Science of Ayurveda, Physicians, Saints, Sages and Herbs are said to be living forms of Rudra.

Eight different aspects of nature are the direct manifestations of Rudra and they are Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Space, The Sun, The Moon and the Life Giving Force. Gaining Knowledge of Rudra and cultivating proper respect for all of his manifestations and serving Rudra by serving these manifestations is called Rudra Yaga. Anything Good and Auspicious and anything that keeps us Healthy and Happy and anything that helps us attain freedom from pain and misery is Rudra and worshipping that Rudra is called Rudra Yaga.

Here worship does not mean just performing rituals or participating in some sort of ceremony., In Sanskrit Yaga means ” to give, to serve, to contribute, to share, to sacrifice, to become part of ” . Therefore Rudra Yaga means that you contribute to the well being of nature that is the direct manifestation of Rudra. By serving natures forces you serve yourself and you serve creation and you serve the creator. This requires self sacrifice and that is why Rudra Yaga and other highly evolved practices are called “Sacrifices ” .

By Pandit Rajmani Tigunait

Yoga International April May

Why do we use Rudraksha during worship
   
  Rudraksha beads are strung into strands and worn on the body. These malas are also used in the practice of japa.

Rudraksha names both a sacred seed and the tree that bears it. In English, it is called the Blue Marble tree, or, less commonly, the Utrasum bead tree. It is known botanically by the names Elaeocarpus sphaericus, E. grandis and E. ganitrus.

All legends of the origin of Rudraksha describe them as the tears shed by Lord Siva for the benefit of humanity. “Rudra” stems from the Sanskrit rud or rodana, which means “to cry.” It is the original name for Siva as it appears in the Rig Veda. Aksha means “eye,” and thus Rudraksha beads are deemed the tears of Siva.

Naveen Patnaik briefly tells the tale in The Garden of Life, “Rudra wept when He witnessed the towering metropolis, Tripura, or triple city, created by man’s superbly ambitious technology. In its arrogance, this magnificent human creation had undermined the balance between the Earth, atmosphere and sky. Then, according to the Mahabharata, having shed the implacable tear which turned into a Rudraksha bead, ‘The Lord of the Universe drew his bow and unleashed his arrows at the triple city, burning its demons and hurling them into the western ocean, for the welfare of creation.’ ” Wearing the Rudraksha, devotees remind themselves of God’s compassion for the human predicament, His watchful love for us all.

Source : http://www.hinduism-today.com/1997/3/



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