Rudraksha-Arborele Piramida-Lacrima lui Dumezeu ori Samanta Sacra si Generatoare
Brancusi the disciple of Rodin said:
"When you are no longer a child you are already dead;
When you cease to see the miracles which circle you at each step
you are already blind"
Brancusi,discipolul lui Rodin spunea:
âCand nu mai esti copil esti deja mort;
Cand nu mai vezi miracolele care te inconjoara la tot pasul,
esti deja orbâ
Rudraksha-Arborele Piramida-Lacrima lui Dumezeu ori Samanta Sacra si Generatoarele de camp M pt. regenerare ,intinerire, repararea ADN si protectie antivirala
Rudraksha-PYRAMID TREE- GOD'S TEARS OR THE SACRED SEED AND M-FIELD GENERATORS
Samanta sacra Rudraksha contine in ea secretele intregii evolutii a universului si e cea mai puternica manifestare a fortei cosmice. Rudraksha e considerata adesea un simbol al puntii dintre Pamant si Cer.
The seed of Rudraksha contains the secrets of entire evolution of the cosmos within it and is considered to be the most potent manifestation of the Cosmic Force. Rudraksha is often believed to symbolize the link between the earth and the heaven.
Poate fi sacru un copac?/Can a Tree Be Sacred?
Plants provide our food, clothes, medicine, building materials and the oxygen we breath, yet we seldom honor their import. Perhaps more than any faith, Hindus have mapped the divine nature of the plant world. Our Insight Section this month explores two preeminent botanicals: Tulsi and rudraksha . . .
Few human cultures value and venerate the millions of species of plants upon which our lives, and our enjoyment of living, so profoundly depend. The tribals are an exception. In Brazil today medicine men know every forest botanical intimately, and plainly claim they talk to plants and plants teach them much. America's Indians still esteem plants and know the interrelationships we share with our photosynthesizing kin. But for sheer depth of detail and ritualistic reverence, few cultures can parallel the intricate and profound relationships between the human and botanical kingdoms found within the Sanatana Dharma. Virtually every species has a purpose and a pious place. Among the elite must be counted rudraksha and tulsi, loved by worshipers of Shiva and Vishnu, respectively. The rudraksha is a towering tree yielding an intricate, carnelian seed. Tulsi is an unassuming, bushy herb. Both are found in temple, home, roadside shrines and on the bodies of the devout, who wear them for healthful benefits and to please the Gods. Non-Hindu aspirants seek out both to aid their spiritual quest. Now a look at two remarkable plants and their unique place in the lives of hundreds of millions.
Rudraksha: Tears of God
Rudraksha names both a sacred seed and the tree that bears it. In English, it is called the Blue Marble tree, or, less commonly, the Utrasum bead tree. It is known botanically by the names Elaeocarpus sphaericus, E. grandis and E. ganitrus. Throughout the world, there are 120 species of Elaeocarpus (elaeo means "oil," and carpus, "fruit"), 25 of which are found in India. The tree has a remarkable range of habitation--from the Himalayan foothills, to Southeast Asia, Indoneasia and New Guinea, to Australia, Guam and even Hawaii. Production of rudraksha beads in India cannot keep up with demand, so a flourishing import trade has developed between India and Indonesia. It is intensively grown around a few villages on the islands of Java and Bali. Other important Indian species are E. floribundus, E. oblongus, E. petiolatus, E. serratus and E. tuberculatus. Although virtually every Hindu is familiar with the rudraksha bead, only a few have seen the tree.
The rudraksha is a medium-to-tall evergreen (E. grandis can grow up to 120 feet) with a spreading handsome crown. It grows quickly and bears fruit in three to five years. As the tree matures, the roots buttress--rising up narrowly near the trunk and radiating out along the surface of the ground--giving a gnarly and prehistoric appearance. Attractive, creamy white flowers give birth to green fruits one-inch in diameter, which turn purple and brilliant blue when ripe [see inside front cover]. The white wood has a unique strength-to-weight ratio, making it a highly valued timber. During World War I, it was used to make airplane propellors. The splendor of the tree, however, is its intricately ornamented fruit stone which, when arduously cleaned, becomes the ruddy and revered rudraksha bead.
All legends of the origin of rudraksha describe them as the tears shed by Lord Shiva for the benefit of humanity. "Rudra" stems from the Sanskrit rud or rodana, which means "to cry." It is the original name for Shiva as it appears in the Rig Veda. Aksha means "eye," and thus rudraksha beads are deemed the tears of Shiva. Though accounts vary as to exactly what stirred Shiva to shed His historical tears, the most common legend describes how He wept out of compassion as He beheld the effrontery of mankind. Naveen Patnaik briefly tells the tale in The Garden of Life, "Rudra wept when He witnessed the towering metropolis, Tripura, or triple city, created by man's superbly ambitious technology. In its arrogance, this magnificent human creation had undermined the balance between the Earth, atmosphere and sky. Then, according to the Mahabharata, having shed the implacable tear which turned into a rudraksha bead, 'The Lord of the Universe drew his bow and unleashed his arrows at the triple city, burning its demons and hurling them into the western ocean, for the welfare of creation.' " Wearing the rudraksha, devotees remind themselves of God's compassion for the human predicament, His watchful love for us all.
Along with vibhuti (holy ash) and the trishula (trident), rudrakshas are among the quintessential regalia of Saivism. Nevertheless, the Padma Purana states that rudrakshas may be used by Hindus of every denomination. They will even benefit atheists and sinners. Rudraksha beads are not objects of worship. Rather, they are used as worshipful aids and accoutrement. Primarily, the beads are strung into strands and worn on the body. These malas are also used in the practice of japa.
Facets of benevolence: Scriptures describe four main categories of rudraksha according to colors white, red, yellow and black. Different species are said to bear different colored seeds. Today, however, it is rare to find any color but red. Beads range in size from .25 to 2 cm. Though the Meru Tantra declares, "Of rudraksha and Shivalinga, the bigger they are, the more powerful," small ones are more highly valued, possibly due to their rarity or the ease of wearing and carrying them. Chandrajnana Agama describes other characteristics in verses 13-14: "Rudrakshas the color of copper are sublime. Those that are hard, big and highly ornamented are considered virtuous. Those eaten by worms, broken, without detail, full of wounds and unshapely are forbidden." Such inauspicious beads are called bhadraksha.
A rudraksha is categorized primarily by the number of its "faces." Longitudinal grooves begin at the pedicellar end and go all the way to the basal end of the bead, dividing it into cells which encase the seeds. In Sanskrit these are called mukhas, or faces. The classical designation describes 1-14 faces. Other sources speak of 21, while a few list 30 or more. Most common by far is the five-faced bead, followed by the four- and six-faced. Rare variations are the Gowri-Shankar, a double-joined bead, and the Brahma-Vishnu-Mahesvara, a triple-joined bead. These are highly prized but rarely found, and fetch a high price. Single-faced rudrakshas are the most valuable and extremely rare. They are kept as family or spiritual heirlooms and are often encased in gold. Legend states that trees produce single-faced beads in sets of three. One disappears into the sky; one buries itself in the earth and one remains on the ground for a pious person to find. Two such single-faced rudrakshas are kept in the inner sanctum of Nepal's Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu. One is shown to pilgrims at auspicious times through the year.
Many scriptures extol rudraksha. Some are dedicated solely to expounding its merits. The Rudraksha Jabalopanishad is the 88th of the 108 Upanishads and forms part of the Sama Veda. It describes in detail the nature of rudraksha, its variations, how to wear the beads and for what purpose. The properties of the beads are summarized as follows: One-faced, Shiva: dissolves sins, removes obstacles to spiritual growth and bestows worldly desires. Two-faced, Shiva-Parvati or Ardhanarisvara: for good living and enlightenment, beneficial for husband and wife. Three-faced: good for health, knowledge and wealth, especially helpful for the unlucky. Four-faced, Brahma: promotes supreme knowledge, happiness, prosperity and progeny; improves memory and speech. Five-faced, Pancha Brahman or Kalagni Rudra: bestows enlightenment, good luck and aids in achieving desires. Six-faced, Kartikkeya: good for education and business. Seven-faced: worn for wealth, flawless health, right perception and purity of mind. Eight-faced, Vinayaka: longevity, prosperity and truthfulness. Nine-faced, Durga: removes fear of death, increases happiness. Ten-faced: protects from miseries, gives success and neutralizes planetary afflictions. Eleven-faced, the eleven Rudras: brings victory in all encounters, enhances happiness and well being. Twelve-faced, Maha Vishnu or Surya: eliminates disease, increases happiness and wealth. Thirteen-faced: wish fulfilling, promotes fertility. Fourteen-faced (rare), Shiva: freedom from disease, misery and ill feelings; bestows bhakti, love, honesty and intelligence.
To your heart's content: Ayurvedic texts offer numerous references to rudraksha's healing qualities, as Dr. A. Satyamangalam summarizes in an issue of The Kalyana Kalpataru, "The pulp of the fruit is a cure for mental illness and epilepsy. Powdered beads taken before breakfast cure the common cold. To reduce high blood pressure, drop four to ten five-faced beads in 50 grams of water and keep it overnight. Drink this water daily for two months. To insure an infant's well being, rub a rudraksha bead on a clean stone with honey and place a drop of the paste on the infant's tongue." Both the fruit and the stone (bead) have long lists of healing properties. However, the easiest way to reap the benefits of rudraksha is to wear the beads. The mere touch of rudraksha is touted to regulate blood pressure, aid in the strengthening of the heart, absorb excess body heat, balance the physical energies and neutralize mental disorders. Scriptures elaborate how wearing rudraksha pleases the Gods and protects the soul by keeping troublesome spirits at bay and keeping the mind of man attuned to that of his beloved Deity.
Folosite in Orient de milenii pt. a imbunatatii diferite sfere ale vietii,aceste nuci(bace) mari ale copacului lui Dumnezeu(Rudraksha) au o imensa putere transformatoare si importante calitati vindecatoare.
Textele sacre hinduse afirma ca aceste nuci(bace) sferice cu aspect de circumvolutiuni cerebrale,
apartinand unei plante fosile din vechiul continent Mu(vedeti raspandirea geografica:Java,insulele Solomon, Ceylon,India,Nepal) au capacitati miraculoase:cresc puterea mentala si imbunatatesc puterea fizica si bunastarea,indeparteaza obstacolele si karma negativa,contribuie la vindecarea maladiilor si aduc bogatie,succes si prosperitate
In conformitate cu scripturile hinduse margelele Rudraksha, pe langa faptul ca duc realizare spiritula si materiala pe cel care le poarta ,au si calitati vindecatoare sau medicinale
Used in the East for many thousand years for improving many different areas of life, these large nuts of the tree of God(Rudraksha) have a tremendous transformative power and important healing properties. Hindu scriptures state that this spheric nuts looking like the soft convoluted mass of brain tissue ,belonging to an old fossil plant from the lost Mu continent(see the area of its presence Java,Solomon Islands, Ceylon,India,Nepal) can enhance mental power and improve physical strength and well-being, to remove obstacles,bad karma,to assist in healing diseases, and yet to bring wealth and prosperity. According to the Indian-Hindu Scriptures the Rudraksha beads,besides being conducive to the Spiritual and material well being to the wearer also posses medicinal qualities
Eating rudraksha fruit pulp helps to cure mental illness and epilepsy. The ground up seeds stirred into water will cure common colds and reduce high blood pressure.(1)
There are many other curative powers in the fruit pulp and powdered seeds but none surpass the benefits provided by wearing rudraksha beads.
These beads can:
Keep your blood pressure steady
Give strength to the heart
Keep your body from getting too warm
Calm mental disorder
Shiva Purana- âNici un alt colier sau cununa cunoscuta in lume nu este asa de benefica ,de bun augur si de folositoare precum Rudrakshaâ/ âNo other necklace or garland is observed in the world to be so auspicious and fruitful as the Rudrakshaâ
Padma Purana -âPrin purtarea Rudraksha un om este purificat de pacatele sale si devine extrem de plin de merite si virtutiâ/ âBy wearing Rudraksha a man becomes purifed from his sin and is extremely meritoriousâ
Desi aceste pretentii sau afirmatii pot parea unora fara acoperire,puterile lor sunt tangibile si au fost cu siguranta resimtite de cei ce le-au purtat,iar autoritatile medicale au confirmat proprietatile vindecatoare ale acestor margele, in cazul in care sunt autentice si benefice(exista numeroase falsuri realizate prin lipire si sculptare de canale iar nucile alterate,mancate de viermi sau deformate sunt interzise).
Although the claims for Rudrakshas may seem a bit magical, their powers are certainly tangible to any of those who have worn them, and many medical authorities states that these beads have many medicinal properties(if they are autentic and auspicious because there are a lot of fakes and the deformed beads are forbiden)
Se afirma ca Rudraksha inconjoara pe cel care le poarta cu puternice vibratii subtile care-i intaresc atat mintea cat si corpul, la fel ca si repetarea(japa) silabelor sacre (mantra) sau ca ritualul divin hindus (puja), ce face apel la apa,la flori, la clopot(gantha) si la betisoarele parfumate, care ard raspandind mirosul protector de santal.Sa ne amintim ca cel ce practica ritualul hindus(numit:pujari sau pujaka) apeleaza la gesturi simbolice(mudras) si traseaza in jurul sau un cerc mistic, care sa-l separe de lumea sensibila iluzorie(maya) si efemera si sa-l ajute sa recreeze legatura cu Dumnezeu
Like puja(hindu ritual), meditation or prayer, they are said to surround the wearer with powerful subtle vibrations which empower both the mind, body and the spirit.
In timp ce Rudraksha sunt azi purtate traditional doar in Orient si numai de yoginii din India scripturile antice hinduse le recomandau tuturor oamenilor ,indiferent de rasa,cultura sau sex.
While Rudrakshas are traditionally worn by yogis in India and in the East, the ancient Hindu scriptures recommend them for all people, no matter their background.
Asa cum vom vedea mai departe Rudraksha se afla in corespondenta cu diferite planete astrale in functie de numarul de fatete sau de santuri longitudinale ori de canale(in lb.skrt:âmukhiâ) si pot indeparta influentele nefavorabile ale acestora.De pilda daca o persoana e afectata de Marte in harta astrala de la nastere Rudraksha cu trei fete poate ajuta fiindca se afla in corespondenta cu acea planeta
As a further note, Rudrakshas correspond to various planets and are said to help or relieve planetary afflictions. For instance, if a person has an afflicted Mars in their birth chart, the 3 face Rudraksha may help as it corresponds with that planet.
Semnificatia numelui Rudraksha:Termenul âRudrakshaâ deriva din combinatia a doua cuvinte sanskrite âRUDRA' si âAKSHA" (ori âAAKSHA"). Rudra is the unul dintre numele lui Shiva[ unul din cele trei aspecte sau forme de manifestare (trimurti) ale lui Brahman,Absolutul,tradus ca Dumnezeu ]
âAkshaâ ...[desemneaza]... 'ochiul' iar âAakshaâ ...[desemneaza]... 'â Lacrima âDe aici denumirea de â Lacrima lui Shiva.Rudraksha este considerata a fi cea mai puternica manifestare a Fortei Cosmice.
Dupa cum se poate afla consultand diferitele scripturi Vedice antice , legenda spune ca ochii lui Shiva dupa ce au perceput intreaga suferinta a umanitatii au dat nastere acestor lacrimi.Apoi lacrimile Atotputernicului au cazut pe pamand si au luat forma samantei arborelui Rudraksha,pastrand in ea intreaga evolutie a universului.
De aceea Rudraksha este obiect al veneratiei si de asemenea un mijloc de a ajunge la Eul superior. Rudraksha e considerata adesea un simbol al puntii dintre Pamant si Cer. Aceste margele sunt coaja lemnoasa(ca la nuca) in care se afla semintele arborelui Rudraksha ,care initial au fost acoperite de un strat carnos albastru ca la masline(vedeti imaginea).Arborele sacru Rudraksha are denumirea botanica: Elaeocarpus Ganitus Roxb iar denumirea in limba engleza este Utrasum bead tree(copacul care produce margele pt. matanii).
The meaning of the word Rudraksha :The term âRudrakshaâ has been derived from the combination of two Sanskrit words, âRUDRA' and âAKSHA"( or AAKSHA"). Rudra is the name of Lord Shiva [One of the the three manifestation (trimurti) of Brahman,the Absolute,translated as God]. Aksha ...[means]... 'eye'. Aaksha means 'tear'. Rudraksha or the eyes(tears) of Lord Shiva is considered to be the most potent manifestation of the Cosmic Force. As documented in different ancient Vedic scriptures, the legend has it that the tears welled up inside Lord Shivaâs eyes on sensing the worldly sufferings of mankind. Thereafter, his Almightyâs teardrops fell on the earth and on reaching the earth, took the form of a seed of a Rudraksha tree carrying within it the entire evolution of cosmos. Hence Rudraksha is the object of veneration and also the source to reach the higher self. Rudraksha is often believed to symbolize the link between the Earth and the Heaven. These beads are the seeds of the Rudraksha fruit obtained from Rudraksha trees. The Rudraksha tree is botanically known as Elaeocarpus Ganitus Roxb. Its English name is Utrasum bead tree.
Denumiri stiintifice: Scientifically speaking, the botanical name of the Rudraksha plant is Elaeocarpus ganitrus Roxb, Elaeocarpus sphaericus,Utrasum bead tree of Elaeocarpaceae family;Elaeocarpus grandis F.Muell., Elaeocarpus angustifolius Blume,Ganitus sphaerica Gaertn,Elaeocarpus grandiflorus, Elaeocarpus bancroftii)
Denumiri populare:Lily of the valley tree, Blue olive berry, Scrub ash, Ash Quandong, Fairy Petticoats, Native Olive, White Boree, Fringe Bells, Fairy Petticoats
Alte denumiri: Generally, Rudrakshas are placed under three major categories in accordance to the location of their availability. Rudraksha beads yielded in Nepal are termed as Rudrakshas, in India as Bhadrakshas and in Indonesia as Indrakshas.
Aria de raspandire: Arborii Rudraksha se gasesc in insulele din Sud estul Asiei ca:Java, Sumatra, Borneo, Bali, Iran, Java, Timor (Indonesia) si in unele parti din sudul Nepalului. Un procent de 70% din arborii Rudraksha se afla in Indonesia, 25% in Nepal si 5% in India. Considerat un important eliberator de stress, un remediu pt. problemele de circulatie sanguina si sursa celor mai bune margele de matanii bacele de Elaeocarpus Ganitrus au fost descoperte in Indonesia si azi sunt cultivate intens in Nepal .
Location area:Rudraksha trees are mostly found in South Eastern Asian Islands of Java, Sumatra, Borneo, Bali, Iran, Java, Timor (Indonesia) and parts of South Asian Kingdom of Nepal. Around 70% of the Rudraksha trees are found in Indonesia, 25% in Nepal and 5% in India. Considered a major stress reliever, reducing circulatory problems and of course as the best beads, the berry (Elaeocarpus Ganitrus) was first spotted in Indonesia and is now grown in Nepal.
Descriere:Exista canale sau santuri numite Mukhi(muchii) pe suprafata margelelor. Numarul de Mukhi de pe suprafata unei margele de Rudraksha ajuta in determinarea calitatilor sale.In functie de numarul de muchii( Mukhi) margelele de Rudraksha se impart diverse tipuri de la cele cu o singura fata pana la cele cu mai multe fete. Utilizarea margelelor de Rudraksha de catre asiatici e traditionala . Yogini si calugarii asiatici au descoperit ca simpla purtare a margelelor de Rudraksha le confera o uimitoare si imensa capacitate de calm,liniste,concentrare si ii ajuta sa mediteze pt. perioade indelungate cu rezultate spectaculoase in autocontrolul obtinut asupra mintii lor
Description:There are clefts(canale,santuri) called Mukhi(muchii) on the surface of the beads. The number of Mukhi on the surface of a Rudraksha beads helps in determining its quality. According to the number of Mukhi the Rudraksha bead ranges from single face to a several faced bead. Asians have used Rudraksha beads traditionally. Asian Yogis and Monks found that merely wearing the Rudraksha beads gave them astonishingly tremendous amount of tranquility, concentration that helped them meditate for a long period of time with spectacular control over their mind
Despre familia Magnoliaceae:The Magnoliaceae is a family in the flowering plant Order Magnoliales. It consists of two subfamilies:
1.Magnolioideae, of which Magnolia is the most well-known genus.
2.Liriodendroidae, a monogeneric subfamily, containing Liriodendron (Tulip trees).
Unlike most angiosperms, whose flower parts are in rings, the Magnoliaceae have their stamens and pistils in spirals on a conical receptacle(staminele si pistilul aranjate in spirala pe un receptacul conic). This arrangement is found in old fossil plants and is believed to be primitive for angiosperms. Their flowers are also not so clearly differentiated into having sepals and petals like most other flowering plants; the "dual-purpose" parts that occupy both positions are known as tepals.
The Magnoliaceae family has approximately 225 species in 7 genera, although some classification systems include all of subfamily Magnoioideae in genus Magnolia. The family ranges across eastern North America, Mexico and Central America, the West Indies, tropical South America, southern and eastern India, Sri Lanka, Indochina, Malesia, China, Korea, and Japan.
Compozitie chimica: Rudraksha beads are a plant product, containing carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen and trace elements in combined form. The percentage compositions of their gaseous elements was determined by C-H-N Analyzer and by Gas chromatography.The result shows that Rudraksha beads consist of 50.031 % carbon, 0.95% nitrogen, 17.897% hydrogen and 30.53% oxygen.
Descrierea arborelui:Rudraksha is a large evergreen broad-leaved tree(e mereu verde;nu-si pierde frunzele cerate).
Its scientific name being Elaeocarpus ganitrus, the family is tiliaceae(ca si teiul folosit de Mesmer pentru vindecari miraculoase folosind fluidul magnetic subtil omniprezent captat de plante). Altitude-wise, its habitat starts from sea-coast and goes up to 700 meters. Geographically it is found growing naturally and abundantly in tropical and subtropical areas. The trees are perennial in habitat. The trees are almost 16mt to 70 m in height.. According to old mythology " Shiva Purana" that the favorites of Lord Shiva , Rudraksha trees grow in Gouda Land which in present era is the area of the Gangetic Plain on the southern border area of Asia to the foothills of great Himalaya and middle area of Nepal. Thus, starting from Manila, passing through Myanmar, plains as well as low hills, its habitat extends to Bengal, Assam and adjoining north-eastern states, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal .In present era Rudraksha trees are basically localized in Nepal and the southern part of Asia. Although Rudraksha are grown and found in Nepal but these are mainly localized to eastern part of Nepal due to climatic suitability.
Rudraksha Plant Elaeocarpus is a large genius of evergreen trees. It has nearly 36 sister species, including Rudraksha. All trees bearing white flowers with fringed petals developing into drupaceous fruit resembling olive. The main trunk of rudraksha tree is cylindrical. Its section is circular. Bark is grayish white and rough in texture with small vertical lenticels and narrow horizontal furrows. The branches of Rudraksha spread in all directions is such a way that when growing in natural habitat, the crown takes the shape of a pyramid(coroana are forma piramidala). The leaves of rudraksha are shining green above and dull coriaceous below. The flowers are ovoid, conical, elongate, nearly 1 to 2 cm in diameter. These appear in April-May. The fruit is globose and drupaceous having a fleshy exterior. The beads inside is hard and tubercled. The fruit starts appearing in June and ripens by august to october.Farming of Rudraksha is a difficult process due to its slow sprouting from the beads which usually takes about 1 to 2 years depending on the humidity of soil. Rudraksha is basically grown in subtropical climatic region with temperature ranges from 25to 30 degree centigrade. Once Rudraksha are planted it starts giving fruit after 7 years and thereafter for long time. In the single tree Rudraksha beads comes in all different faces at the same time but higher mukhis or faces are vary rare to find where most of Rudraksha beads are five faces Rudraksha beads come in seasonal pattern every year around mid august to mid october from the tree.The Himalayan Beads simply seem to be larger, heavier and more powerful due to the environment they grow in. So it is a certainty that environment and specifically the location of the Rudraksa Trees plays a key role in their growth.Rudraksha tree are easy to grow and once established,a rudraksha tree will last for years with a little care.
Cu toate acestea din cauza pretului lor f.ridicat(unele margele ajung la 4000 $),cercetarile clinice ale proprietatilor lor medicale nu au fost posibile pana in anul 2005.
However, because it is expensive, clinical research of its medicinal properties has not been possibleuntil 2005.
TABELUL CU TIPURILE DE RUDRAKSHA SI CU PROPRIETATILE LOR
Types of Rudraksha
Proprietatile fructelor de Rudraksha( care poseda mici orificii la polii aflati la varf si la baza ) si santuri sau muchi(mukhi) care merg de la orificiile de la poli ca niste meridiane sunt clasificate in functie de numarul santurilor dintre poli si a fetelor create(mukhi).Fiecare Rudraksha are efect diferit in functie de numarul de mukhi.Aceasta e ese ntial din punct de vedere astrologic fiindca Rudraksha cu diferite mukhi sunt in acord cu anumite planete Vom prezenta in detaliu aceste proprietati,caracteristici si puteri in functie de numarul de fete . Rudrakshas care se gasesc au un numar diferit de mukhis(muchii;canale;fete) de la 1 la 38 mukhis(dupa cum se afirma in scripturi) dar in mod obisnuit nu se gasesc decat Rudraksha cu 1 pana la 14 mukhi.
Bhadrakshas vin doar ca margele cu 2 mukhi ,in timp ce Indrakshas vin cu dimensiuni sub 4mm in diametru. Se pretinde ca atat Bhadrakshas cat si Indrakshas sunt margele autentice si originare de Rudraksha . Insa in realitate doar Rudrakshas au puterea ,autenticitatea si originea de veritabile margele Rudraksha. Fiecare fateta( mukhi) a Rudraksha guvernata de o influenta astrologica are propriile efecte ,valori si puteri medicale,spiriuale si materiale(prosperitate,succes). Rudraksha poate sa-si exprime puterea sa divinea doar dupa ce e purificata sii curatata in lapte, ulei, ghee etc printr-un proces numit âde activare si manifestare a sufluluiâ(pran prathistaâ). Bijuteriile au margele Rudraksha beads pt. a amplifica efectele pozitive asupra sanatatii,fericirii ,pt a facilita implinirea spirituala enhanced spiritual , prosperitatea, creativitatea, intuitia, implinirea materiala,reusita in afaceri, armonia in familie si o viata fara temeri(protectie de accidente;inlaturarea obstacolelor;eliminarea karmei negative;schimbarea destinului). Esenta margelelor de Rudraksha consta in puternicele proprietati electromagnetic, paramagnetic si inductive . In 2005 s-a descoperit ca doar fructele autentice si originare de Rudraksha de calitate(cele cu defecte sunt interzise) sunt benefice pt.bunastarea fizica, mentala si spirituala a omenirii
There are small holes on the top and at the bottom of the seed of Rudraksha. Deep clefts are formed running from the top of the seed to its bottom. These clefts are called the mukhi(clefts grooves) of a Rudraksha seed. Rudraksha beads are classified on the basis of the number of âmukhisâ â" the clefts and furrows â" they have on the surface. Each bead has a different effect on you, depending on the number of mukhis it has. These vary considerably in number. ... Depending upon the number of faces in a Rudraksha, these seeds have special characteristics and powers. These are vital from the astrological viewpoint, since it is believed that Rudrakshas of different mukhis please different planets. The scriptures speak of 1 to 38 mukhis, but Rudrakshas of 1 to 14 mukhis are commonly found....
Rudrakshas are found in different mukhis meaning âthe clefts or furrows on the surfaceâ from 1 to 38 mukhis. Bhadrakshas come as two mukhi beads only whereas Indrakshas come in sizes below 4mm. Both Bhadrakshas and Indrakshas claim themselves to be genuine and original Rudraksha beads. But in reality only Rudrakshas bear the genuinity and originality of true Rudraksha beads. Each mukhi Rudraksha ruled by its astrological influential has its own auspicious medical, spiritual and materialistic values. Rudraksha can bring out its divine power only after being thoroughly cleansed and purified with milk, oil, ghee etc ensued by the process called âpran prathistaâ. Jewellery adorned with rosary, ratna, navratna and gem stones is made out of Rudraksha beads to evoke positive effects on health, happiness, enhanced spiritual fulfillment, prosperity, creativity, intuition, material fulfillment, family harmony and fearless life. The essence of Rudraksha beads also lies in its powerful electromagnetic, paramagnetic and inductive Properties. In 2005 was discovered that only authentic best quality, Rudraksha beads are beneficial for the physical, mental and spiritual well-beings of mankind
Atentie la falsuri/Beware of Fakes!
Nowadays, they seem to come in all shapes and sizes, and available at every little shop that sells alternative medicines, including a host of online stores. But make sure you get the real stuff. Imitations look real but donât work! Hereâs how to identify a genuine Rudraksha seed:
1. A real Rudraksha bead will never float on water.
2. Even if you boil a real Rudraksha in water for 6 hours, there would no effect on the bead. A fake will easily disintegrate.
3. A good Rudraksha bead will not be broken at any end.
4. A âhealthyâ bead should have well defined and natural corns and contours.
1.SHIVA TEARS WITH ONE FACED RUDRAKSHA This is the best among all other Rudraksha seed. This is the mother of all other forms of Rudraksha. ... On the Eights day of the month of Chaitra Shukla Paksha (as per hindu calendar) which falls around 27th of March every year, this Rudraksha is worshipped by offering 108 red colo
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