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Authentic Isha Panchamukhi (five-faced) Rudraksha Mala. Consecrated at Dhyanalinga. Your cocoon of energy (5 mm)
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Dimensions (in inches)
5 mm mala length - Approximately 26" to 28" + 3" (tassel)
What if there was a tool you could keep on you 24/7 that would not only help you spiritually but also mentally and physically? A tool that needed nearly no maintenance, would be portable enough to carry anywhere, at the same time be discrete enough for no one to know, making
you an Undercover Yogi!
Soaking in the grace of Dhyanalinga - Rudraksha
“Rudraksha is a great support. It cleanses your aura, creates a cocoon of your own energy, and makes you available to Grace.” —Sadhguru
Carefully selected and checked for their quality and authenticity, Isha’s Rudraksha undergo a special process of consecration, where they are energized in the sphere of Dhyanalinga.
A powerful accessory, worn by all spiritual seekers, Rudraksha assists in one’s spiritual sadhana and acts as a cocoon of energy. This Rudraksha Mala has Panchamukhi (five-faced) Rudraksha beads, which specifically helps develop physical and mental wellbeing. With no strict rules to be followed, anyone over the age of 14 can wear them at all times.
Before being offered, the beads are soaked in the powerful energies of Dhyanalinga, and possess a unique reverberation.
Cleanses Your Aura
Known to cleanse your aura, they can be worn by anyone irrespective of gender and cultural, ethnic, geographical or religious background.
Makes You Available to Grace
Rudraksha supports your spiritual growth by helping you become available to Grace.
How To Use
These sacred beads should be worn at all times.
The beads should not come in-contact with hot water and soap.
They can be worn when bathing with cold water and natural cleansers.
All beads must always touch each other.
You must wear a minimum of 84 beads with one bindu in a mala.
When not worn, the Rudraksha should be kept on a fabric that is white or undyed, made of cotton, silk or any natural material.
How to care
Exposure to external elements on a daily basis makes the beads dry and can lead to cracks, which make the Rudraksha unfit for use.
Therefore, the Rudraksha Mala needs to be conditioned every six months, to ensure it does not lose its benefits over time.
Soak it in ghee for 24 hours and then directly soak it in full fat milk for the next 24 hours, after which you can wipe it with a clean cloth and smear it with vibhuti.
Doing this will make sure you enjoy the benefits of these original Himalayan wonders for a long time to come.