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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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Testimonial about Akarshaya Siddh Mala & Indra Mala

by Srikanth Jyotula

Dear All,

Good Day, Srikanth Here

I told you in my last post that I will post my experiences with Rudraksha

I first purchased a Akarshaya Siddha Mala from RC. Immediately after that I was given the additional responsibility of photographing all my company’s activity. For short it can be called as I became the official photographer of my company. After that I got my bank loan to clear off all my financial issues.  I did that. Along with that I went for an Indra Mala. This time after much delay from my side (funds held up by bank, unable to pay on the RC website, tried to pay through UAE exchange and finally did through western union) I got the mala which was reserved to me by Neetaji (which was energized on the 9 days of navratri). I started wearing both malas and my spiritual levels are increasing very much. Yesterday me and my wife went to the doctor and she revealed the most happy news for us that we are going to become parents. I really started to tremble with a lot of emotions as my family is deprived of this happiness for 12 long years. I thank HIM. And I thank you all for making this group come alive by posting your experiences. And I sincerely thank Neetaji and the Rudra Center team for having the faith in me. Words cannot explain what my feelings are as of now.

With great gratitude and respect I am signing out.

Keep us posted with your experiences.

Thanks and regards

Srikanth Jyotula

Message posted by Srikanth Jyotula in RBSC club (Yahoo Groups) on 25 Nov 2008.

Benefits of Akarshaya Siddh Mala

Akarshaya Siddh Mala is helpful in lots of ways. Its interpreted from scriptures that it is an Akshamalika meaning “Garland of Flowers”, hence all mantras (whose count is 7 crores) and all knowledge reside in this mala. Wearing this mala while performing puja enhances spiritual qualities, renewed energies and prosperity.

The mala is useful for ambitious persons wishing to attain the top level of profession, career path, work brilliance, stable health, balanced general well-being and spiritual advancement. It guides the wearer towards what the wearer aims for. It bestows Dharma, Artha, Kama, Moksha.

According to the Puranas, the wearer of rudrakshas from 1 mukhi to 14 mukhi becomes Lord Shiva incarnate. Akarshaya Siddh Mala represents all Devas, Devis and all 9 planets.

Many people have reported good results from this mala, especially from wearing it. It can be kept at the altar for worship or in a pouch for carrying on the person.

Links to

Images and details about 3-faced rudraksha malas:

http://www.rudraksha-ratna.com/dispProductlist.php?subcatId=95

 

Images and details about 3-faced rudraksha beads:

http://www.rudraksha-ratna.com/dispProductlist.php?subcatId=8

Sahasrara Chakra mala
Purpose: For balancing and thus healing the Sahahara chakra. This chakra is associated with understanding and bliss. It prompts us to attain a universal identity, expanding our sense of self to include others.

Design: Chakra mala made with 11 mukhi rudraksha as central bead with 2 beads of 9 mukhi and amethyst and rose quartz gemstones to be worn on the forehead during prayer times. Rest of the times, it may be worn as a necklace for neck.

Symptoms of blockage: Depression, alienation obsessional thinking, confusion. Physically could manifest as Alzheimer’s disease, multiple scelerosis, parkinson’s disease, paralysis, Epilepsy, depression, Senile dementia or Schizophrenia.

Blocked by: Discontentment and negativity towards life.
Unblocked by: Gratitude towards life and all that God has given us.

Description of Chakra: “Sahasrara means the thousand-petalled lotus”. When this chakra opens, you are flooded with ecstasy and eternal bliss. It is associated with the pituitary gland. Other associations include the central nervous system and the rational brain or cortex. When it is in harmony, it creates the yogic sattvic personality who is complete and in tune with the universe.

Blessings Method for Power Malas

Blessings of Power Malas

By Rudra Centre India

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Choose an auspicious day and time for blessings .

Blessings may be done by the wearer, his Guru or a priest.

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After bath, with a pure mind and body arrange the items for
blessings.

Punchgavya – Mix of Cow’s dung, urine , milk , ghee and curd . In
absence use Punchamrit which is mix of unboiled milk , honey , sugar,
ghee and curd .
Water mixed with Ganges water in a achamani pot with Kusha grass for
sprinkling and a spoon .
9 leaves of peepal tree arranged on a plate .
Plate for offerings to be placed during Puja .
Dhoop , Incense sticks
Camphor and lamp
Sandal paste , Aromatic oil .
Rice grains mixed with asthagandha .
Ghee lamp (one wick)
Offerings – Cloth, Flower, Fruit, Betel nut – Paan , Coconut

Sit on an Asan facing east .

Wash Rudraksha with Punchagavya or Punchamrit .

Then wash with water mixed with Ganges water.

Place Rudraksha in a plate with 9 leaves of Peepal tree . Place an
empty plate in front of this plate for offerings .

Chant 3 times

“Om Namah Shivaya ”

Sprinkle water over yourself and all items of Puja

“Om Apavitrah Pavitro Va Sarva Vastan Gatopi Va

Yah Smaret Pundari Kaksham Sa Bahya Bhyantarah Shuchih”
Translation

May all things unholy become holy,

may all lower tendencies depart,

just as soon as we transcend

may within and without be purified!)

“Om Gurubhyo Namaha

Om Ganeshaya Namaha

Om Kula Devatabhyo Namaha

Om Ishta Devatabhyo Namaha

Om Mata Pitribhyam Namaha
Translation

I bow to guru

I bow to Ganesha

I bow to the family deity

I bow to my personal deity

I bow to my parents

Place water on right hand with spoon of Achamani and sip after each
of these 3 mantras
“Om Keshavaya Namaha

Om Narayana Namaha

Om Madhavaya Namaha”

Place water on right hand and pour on ground:

“Om Govindaya Namaha”
Do three short rounds of pranayama breaths.

“Om Pranavasya Parabrahma Rishihi Paramatma Devata

Daivi Gayatri Chandaha

Pranayamae Viniyogaha”

Sprinkle water on Rudraksha with Kusha grass from Achamani

Om Sadyojaatam Prapadyaami Sadyojataajava Namo Namaha

Bhave Bhavenaati Bhave Bhavasvamaam Bhavodbhavay Namaha

Take a flower and dip in Sandal paste and aromatic oils and touch on
the beads
Om Vamdevaya Namah, Jyeshthaay Namah , Shreshthay Namah , Rudraay
Namah , Kaalay Namah ,Kala Vikarannaay Namah, Bal Vikaranaay Namah,
Balaay Namah Bala Pramathanaay Namah, Sarva Bhoot Damanaay Namah,
Manomanaay Namah.
Offer Dhoop to the rudraksha beads

“Om Aghorebhyo Ghorebhyo Ghor Ghor Tarebhayaha

Sarvebhya Sarva Sharvvebhyo Namaste Astu Rudra Roopebhyaha”

Again take a flower and dip in Sandal paste and touch on beads

“Om Tatpurushaaya Vidmahe Mahadevaay Dheemahi

Tanno Rudraha Prachodayaat”

Chant Eeeshan mantra

Om Eeshaanah Sarvavidyaanam Eeshwar Sarvabhootaanaam
Brahmaadipati Brahmanaadhipati Brahma Shivome Astu Sadaa Shivom

Chant Pranpratishtha mantra (Life giving mantra ) . Offer rice to
plate before rudraksha while chanting this .

Om aam hreem krom yum rum lum vum shum shum sum haum hum sah asya
malaya prana eha prana .

Om aam hreem krom yum rum lum vum shum shum sum haum hum sah asya
malaya jeeva eha sthitha

Om aam hreem krom yum rum lum vum shum shum sum haum hum sah asya
malaya sarveindrayani vagmansyachakshu shodragranapadani ihevagatya
sukham chiram thithantu swaha.

Chant these next mantras and give the offerings or give rice to the
plate in front of Rudrakshas:

(Offering ____ to the lotus feet of Shiva Maha Devaya, I bow)

(Invocation) Avahanam Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya Charana
Kamalebhyo Namaha

(Seat) Asanam Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya Charana Kamalebhyo
Namaha

(Cloth) Vastram Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya Charana Kamalebhyo
Namaha

(Sandalwood or scent) Chandanam Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya
Charana Kamalebhyo Namaha

(Rice) Akshatan Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya Charana Kamalebhyo
Namaha

(Flower) Pushpam Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya Charana Kamalebhyo
Namaha

(Dhoop) Dhupam Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya Charana Kamalebhyo
Namaha

(Ghee lamp) Deepam Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya Charana
Kamalebhyo Namaha

(Water drink) Achamaniyam Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya Charana
Kamalebhyo Namaha

(Fruit) Naivedyam Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya Charana
Kamalebhyo Namaha

(Water Drink) Achamaniyam Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya Charana
Kamalebhyo Namaha

(Betel nut – Paan) Tambulam Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya Charana
Kamalebhyo Namaha

(Coconut) Shri Phalam Samarpayami Sri Shiva Maha Devaya Charana
Kamalebhyo Namaha

Burn Camphor and circle it clockwise 3x in front of plate and chant:

Karpura Shivam Karuna Vataram Samsara Saram Bhujagendraharam

Sada Vasantam Hridaya Ravinde Bhavam Bhavani Sahitam Namami

Translation

White as camphor and kindness incarnate, the very form of Brahman
consciousness, you Shiva ever dwell in my heart. I bow to you

Chant Gayatri mantra 3 times
Om Bhur Bhuvah Swaha

Om Tat Savitur Varenyum Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi Dhiyo Yonaha
Prachodayat

Chant Surya mantra 3 times

Om Bhu Om Bhuvaha Om Swaha Om Maha Om Janaha Om Tapaha Om Satyam

Repeat and touch each after each mantra, right eye, left eye,
forehead

Om Apo Jyothi

Raso Amtritam
Brahma Bhu Bhuvaha Swarom

Chant Mahamrityunjaya mantra 5 times and offer rice to a plate before
rudraksha after each round

Om Haum Joom Sah

Om Bhur Bhuvaha Swaha

Om Triambakam Yajamahey

Sungandhim Pushti Vardanam

Urvar Ukamiva Bandhanan

Mrityor Muksheeya Mamritat

Om Swaha Bhuvaha Bhu Om Sah Joom Haum Om

Chant Beeja mantra 9 times each

Om Namah Shivaya

Om Hreem Namah

Om Namah

Om Kleem Namah
Om Hreem Namah

Om Hreem Hum Namah

Om Hum Namah

Om Krom Srom Rom Namah

Bow or supplicate, then chant this last prayer :

Om Purnamada purnamidam purnath purnamudyachite
Purnasya purnamadaya purna mevaya shishyate

Om Shanti Shanti Shanti

From:  http://www.rudraksha-ratna.com/articledt.php?art_id=99&cat_id=8

The Importance of Wearing Wrist Malas
   
  The rudraksha neck mala is highly important for gaining the blessings of Lord Shiva and aiding the neurophysiology of the body. However the wrist should take precedence when one is specifically seeking Moksa or “Liberation”. In the “Srimad Devi Bhagavatam”, 11th Skand, Chapter IV, Parts 1 to 21, there is a sequence of wearing mentioned that includes wearing the holy rudraksha on the wrist specifically to gain Moksa. The sequence is as follows:

“If anybody holds Rudraksam on his head he gets Koti times the fruit. On his ears ten Koti times the fruit. On his neck one hundred Koti times the fruit. On his holy thread ayuta times the fruit. On his arm one Lakh Koti times the fruit. And if one wears Rudraksam on one’s wrist one attains Moksa. Whenever Acts mentioned in the Vedas be performed with Rudraksam the fruits obtained are unbounded.”

Interpretation of the above paragraph would lead one to believe that the most important part where rudraksa is worn, is around the wrist for attaining Moksa. One step further would be to hold rudraksa in the hand during meditation or Puja rituals. The hands and fingers hold great importance specific to Chakra points and Nyasa which are processes of empowerment to the body during meditation or Puja. Chapter IV, Part 37 of the Srimad Devi Bhagavatam mentions: “A rosary of 26 beads, 50 beads, 16 beads and 12 beads should be worn respectively on head, chest, arms and wrists.” Wearing 12 beads of choice is best for the wrist mala.

   

http://www.rudraksha-ratna.com/showarticles.php?artid=209



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