The Rudraksha Seed Mala 5 faces with Bronze has 108 9mm rudraksha seed beads. It has bronze separators with inlaid stones and white metal rings. The guru stone is also in 10mm rudraksha and the termination has a bronze bead and white metal rings with a red cotton tassel. The mala wire is black with a fixed knot. Handmade in Nepal.
The seed is produced by several species of large broadleaved evergreen trees. They are associated with the Hindu deity Lord Shiva and are commonly worn for protection by his devotees. Rudraksha creates its own life insurance, and protects the wearer from negative energies. The mala can be worn constantly, even in the shower. Perceptive Hindus can take after different principles while wearing a Rudraksha dab, for example, staying away from eating meat and liquor, as a feature of their chosen way of life.
For many a mala may simply be a physical reminder of positive intentions and for others it may be a meditation tool often used within religious practices. There is no one correct definition or meaning of what a mala is, it is up to each individual to determine what their mala means to them.
A mala, commonly referred to as a “rosary” or as a “beaded necklace” among other names is a type of necklace often popular with people interested in healthy living, meditation, spirituality and the religions Buddhism, Hinduism and Sikhism. “Mala” is a word from the Sanskrit language meaning “garland” or “meditation garland”. malas have been around for thousands of years with the first mention of them being 800 B.E.C.
White metal is not as powerful as gemstones when it comes to direct healing, but it is considered to be the most powerful conductor and amplifier. One of the great things about white metal is that it works with all crystals, gemstones, and other metals like copper and actually enhances their natural abilities. This means it’s great to use with jewellery – which is great because the healing is better when it’s close to the skin.
6 Benefits of 5 Face Rudraksha Seed:
- Removes intellectual stupidity
- Controls blood pressure
- Academic excellence
- Increases memory and concentration power
- Helps maintain good health and fitness
- Relaxing effect on the mind
Taking care of your mala:
Please do not wash your mala or wear it while showering or sleeping, as this can weaken the mala’s thread.
To clean your mala: gently wipe the beads with a damp cloth and place in moonlight or sunlight to dry.
When not in use, store your mala in a Mala Bag.