Rudraksha- the sacred beads holds very high spiritual and medicinal values. These beads bless one with physical and mental health and enhance one’s spiritual quotient. The word Rudraksha is derived by the combination of two words Rudra (Lord Shiva) and Aksha (Tears) that as a whole denotes Lord Shiva’s tears... Read More

Rudraksha Spiritual Japa Malas

Rudraksha Mala & Bracelet: Everything You Need To Know

Rudraksha is the seed of the Eliocarpus ganitrus tree and plays an important role in spirituality, meditation and prayer. They are available from 1 Mukhi to 21 Mukhi and emit positive frequencies that are conducive to chakra healing and can increase concentration, composure as well as spiritual upliftment. These beads, when worn on the body, create positive frequencies in the Central Nervous System to cure medical ailments like cardiovascular disease, Diabetes, migraines, back pains, arthritis, mental ailments, hypertension and many more. The most popular way to wear these beads is in the form of Rudraksha Mala and Rudraksha Bracelet.

Rudraksha Mala and Rudraksha Bracelet

Usually the rudraksha beads are strung together as a mala, or necklace. Traditionally, these malas should have 108 beads plus one extra, known as the ‘bindu’. The ‘bindu’ prevents the raw energy radiating through the mala from becoming cyclical, so that it’s channelized in the best possible way. Rudraksha Mala is made by stringing the beads in either a silk thread or a cotton thread. It can be worn all the time, even when you shower or sleep. If you take cold water baths and are don’t use harsh chemical soaps, it is especially good for the water to flow over the mala and upon your body. Those who are not always comfortable wearing a mala around their neck prefer Rudraksha bracelet. Again, the science behind these bracelets remains the same, and these can even be strung in gold, silver or copper wire instead of simple thread. Our Expert Tip: Metal wire holding the rudraksha beads must not be tightened too close as the inside of the rudraksha cracks under pressure. Many spiritual seekers prefer to wear the combination of Rudraksha mala and bracelet together, as together they shield against all possible negative energies and have potent healing powers as well.

Different Types of Rudraksha Mala and Rudraksha Bracelet

For someone who is always on the move and may have a lifestyle speckled with lots of travel, Rudraksha mala and bracelet becomes an excellent support system as it creates a cocoon of your own energy. It becomes easier to fall asleep in a new place by creating an environment conducive to rest, and also keeps your energy levels high. These rudraksha beads are also a shield against negative forces that may harm you otherwise. There are different mukhi mala and bracelet available at Chakra Yog and each one comes with its own benefits. “Mukhi” means the number of faces and inner seeds a bead can have, and varies from a single face up to 21 faces. They are used for different purposes, so it would be improper to just buy something in the shop and put it on the body. Wearing the wrong type could disturb one’s life. The 1 Mukhi rudraksha is very powerful but very rare. A lot of people want to wear an ek mukhi, which has only one face, because it is very potent as it is considered to be ruled by Lord Shiva himself. The 5 Mukhi or panch mukhi is safe and good for everyone – man, woman and child. This highly auspicious rudraksha is important for people who wish to discover their higher selves meaning UpaGuru. Rudraksha mala and bracelet with these five faced beads will enhances awareness, memory, word power and intellect. This it is extensively used in rudraksha mala designed for wearing and chanting mantras. Similarly, the Gauri-Shankar Rudraksha balances and activates your Ida and Pingala and brings prosperity. If you have chosen to purify your life, a rudraksha mala or a rudraksha bracelet is a good tool and aid that enhances your spirituality and strengthens your bond with Gods and other elevated energies. At Chakra Yog, we will energize a rudraksha in different ways for different kinds of people.