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Natural Rudraksha Beads Bracelet

Natural Rudraksha Beads Bracelet
US$8.88
SKU: SKU3877
Weight : 50.00g ( 0.11 lbs)
Dim: 0.3/0.375 in diameter beads (5 to 10 inches Length) (8/10 mm, 13 to 25 cm)
Material: Wood


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Natural 5-mukhis Rudraksha beads strung on elastic band.

These beads are not a popular or well-known Chinese feng shui cure, but they have been more readily used in the Hindu culture. The Rudraksha feng shui cure is becoming even more popular now, not only for traditional feng shui followers, but for modern ones, too.

The beads represent Rudraksha seeds that were made from sacred Rudraksha trees. The name translates to The Eyes of Shiva. “Rudra” is a way of saying “Shiva” and “Aksha” translates to “Eyes”. This name is said to contain a powerful message telling you that the eyes of a mighty deity are with you, providing awareness and clarity. It was believed that Buddha wore Rudraksha beads, as have Indian yogis such as the Dalai Lama and Mahatma Gandhi.

Rudraksha beads have various meanings, depending upon how many facets they contain. A bead with 2 facets is said to represent the unity of Shiva and Parvati. Therefore, it’s thought to bring harmony and unity to one’s life, at inner and outer levels. A 5-faceted or -mukhis Rudraksha is believed to provide purification, to clear personal energy that contains memories of misconduct, resulting in a sense of inner peace.

The Rudraksha seeds (beads) are mainly a deeply spiritual symbol and can be worn in several ways. Prayer beads of Rudraksha seeds have been used in prayer and meditation sessions for centuries, to help provide support and connect to the creative and life-changing energy of the Universe.  

Rudraksha energy is mainly used for two reasons – to obtain wealth and for protection from negative energies. In this way, they are a bit similar to the Dzi beads. The Rudraksha beads can be placed in your Wealth Vase, or worn when you are stressed. They can also be displayed in a sacred, calm area of your home – perhaps an altar.

A common belief was that, if a Rudraksha were held above the water or food on a string, it would turn clockwise if the water or food was good and drinkable or edible. If it was unfit for consumption, it would go counter-clockwise.
Do treat these beads with the care and respect they deserve.

 

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