The Power of Rudraksha

I’ve been wearing rudraksha seeds around my neck since the early 1970s. Most people have no idea of the energy that these almost holy seeds contain. To even gaze after rudraksha, brings a spiritual blessing! The Dahli Lama and a very large faction of India’s holy men wear them. Why? What was i not talking about? Rudraksha is a huge classics broad-leaved tree, bearing the scientific name of Elaeocarpus Ganitrus Roxb. It develops generally in Nepal, upper India and Indonesia. And it has many benefits for mankind. mukhi rudraksha

Each seeds has cleavage lines, splitting it into a quantity of faces; five being the most common. Rudraksha can have up to twenty-one faces- with four, five and six suffering seeds being 80% of the availability. A one faced seed is very rare to find, and usually isn’t worn but kept in a holy place, like an ara. Likewise, seeds bearing large numbers of faces are hard to find too. An individual tree can endure much fruit with many different faces on it is seeds. To get 108 seeds of the similar size, quality and volume of faces is what makes a mala, or rosary, of these sacred plant seeds so special; as well as a few other things too. 

The mythology behind rudraksha is fascinating. It is believed that Lord Shiva, 125, 000 years in the past, shed tears for humankind that fell after ground and sprouted the first rudraksha trees. These seed are the holy crying of God that contain secrets of the complete cielo within them. The expression Rudraksha literally stands for “tear of Lord Shiva”. Shiva is always represented wearing a mala of rudraksha. These seeds even seem like the human brain. Experiments have concluded that rudraksha contains both electromagnetic and dipolar properties. These types of dipolar qualities have capacity to change negative efforts into positive energies the natural way. When worn against the skin, rudraksha creates specific electric impulses that are sent to the brain through a reflex pores and skin response. Rudraksha have a positive impact on blood pressure, stress, anxiety, depression coup and lack of focus too. I personally feel that the wearing of rudraksha puts me in a more alpha way of thinking.

After wearing rudraksha for practically four decades now, I can attest to many of its features and attributes. I’ve got many malas over time; most seeds had five encounters, but one mala got sixed faced seeds and another had seven encountered seeds. The six confronted mala I found at the 1995 Kumbha Mela in Allahabad, India, amidst ten million holy men and followers. A half a dozen faced seed bestows delights on singers and copy writers. As I’m both a singer/songwriter and a copy writer, I wore this equivoca almost all of the time that I was writing my inspirational memoir, Still Performing, Somehow. The seven encountered mala appeases the negative influences around the globe Saturn in my zodiac. I possess had what We would call “aware” people ask me, “What are those beautiful seeds you are wearing around your neck? ” Unbeknownst to them, we were holding attracted for some reason instantly and intuitively relating to the blessings being bestowed. It is said those who wear rudraksha shall walk the world as Shiva and simply cannot be killed by any demons. I should have been dead a few times around me from near tragic accidents and other bad incidents, or demons, but I’m still alive and still performing somehow, as I continue to wear rudraksha daily. There are websites online that make clear in much more detail the puzzle and beauty of these ancient sacred seeds. Any kind of mantras said with rudraksha increases their potency a hundred fold. Om Namaha Shivaya.

Singer/songwriter Rob Rideout is the award receiving author of Still Performing, Somehow. He endures a farm overlooking Colville, CALIFORNIA with his three pet cats Baba, Maya and Olive. He just released another book of poetry, based upon his song lyrics and has a CD of original songs scheduled for release May 2011. These kinds of songs of three years were made to accompany both catalogs.

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