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Rudraksha Jap Mala (medium Size)

Rudraksha Jap Mala (medium Size)

Price of Rudraksha Jap Mala (medium Size): Rs.600

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A Rosary made of Rudraksha Bead is considered pure and is known as Rudraksha Mala (rosary). This is very common and is used by a lot of people in the world. Starting from an old lady doing Mantra Japa in her house to the knowledgeable saints living in Himalaya, the Rudraksha Mala (rosary) is used for meditation and Japa (Chanting Mantra for Spiritual attainments). This Mala (rosary) helps in meditation by increasing the concentration with the help of its beads. Meditation is practiced by sitting in a comfortable position with your eyes closed and with the aide like Rudraksha Mala; it becomes even more comforting and calming. The hands running, on the mala makes the mind more focused and with the help mantra chanting, negative thoughts are warded off completely leaving worshiper in a state of eternal spirituality. This Mala (rosary) acts as a regulator at the time of meditation as it controls the rhythm of breath and increases the concentration.

The Mala (rosary) usually consists of a string of 108 Rudraksha beads, with one extra bead known as a Sumeru that acts as a middle point of the Rudraksha Mala. Sumeru should not be crossed while chanting and act as a point for returning back for repeating the process. The Mala (rosary) rests on the ring finger and middle finger is used for the chanting. Index and smallest finger are considered as impure for touching the Mala during the chanting process. Rudraksha Mala (rosary) is considered as the only Mala (rosary), which can be used for Chanting and Puja of all kinds. According to the scriptures, Rudraksha Mala (rosary) should be worn only after the sanctification with Mantra else it can be taken as the insult of the Rudraksha.

Using Rudraksha Mala (rosary):

This Mala (rosary) can be used at different stages of the life. One of the most common ways people use this is to hang the string between the thumb and the ring finger. In this position, the middle finger is used to rotate the beads. The beads are counted by one bead towards the chanter and with each breath and repetition of the mantra.

In the second method, the mala beads are hung on the middle finger and the thumb is used for counting the beads. The Rudraksha Mala (rosary) is rotated by moving the beads one by one clockwise, with each breath and repetition of the mantra.

In all methods, the practice begins at the centre bead (Sumeru) and continues its way around the loop until the centre has been reached again, but it must never be crossed over. The index and smallest fingers are not used and never touches the mala beads in any method as they are considered to carry negative energy. The other hand can rest on the right knee or in front of the heart at the centre of the chest. You can also use Yoga positions for resting your hands. If you use a mala of 27 or 54 beads for chanting, continue the rotation until you have done 108 repetitions or multiples of 108. To Energise the Mala (rosary) and the mantra used, chanting should be practiced each day for 40 continuous days. After, the Mala (rosary) is awaken, it can be worn or lightly touched on oneself or others to flow the energy of the mantra as well as the positive energy of the Mala (rosary) in the body. When you use a new mantra with a Mala (rosary), this energy becomes replaced, so it is recommended using a new Mala (rosary) with each mantra if possible.

Store the Mala (rosary) in a special, clean and preferably sacred space. The best places to store a Mala (rosary) is on a personal altar or near-by the statue of your deity.

Rudraksha is a sacred bead that is credited with many magical and spiritual properties. It also has numbers of medicinal properties that are natural and is widely used in traditional healing system. Rudraksha emitted electromagnetic waves that provide it amazing spiritual as well as medicinal powers and fills the wearer with immense positive energy leading to improvement of his health and capabilities to become successful. It is a mass of Shakti (energy) and helps raise Kundalini. In addition to this, Rudraksha also opens the heart Chakra, helps to lower blood pressure and creates mental stability and maintains entire system. Hence, Rudraksha Mala (rosary) should be worn without a doubt for meditation and protection.

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