Your Mala(s), pendants and rudraksha is worn as a sacred adornment that reflects your soul intention. For ideal benefits wear them every day and keep beside your bed at night. Wearing, you receive and imbibe more energy, which alters your vibration and attracts new positive thoughts and experiences. From three to four months you’ll notice these and other significant changes.
The Rudraksha pendant red thread is ideally replaced with a fine gold chain after the first year. Shivoham altar items and crystal statues should be kept near you or central in your home.
Used to deepen meditation with a mantra and support your spiritual path. We welcome your contact for help selecting the right malas or rudraksha.
Traditional meditation mala with 108 authentic, sacred 8mm Rudraksha ( Panch Mukhi), 925 Sterling Silver Blessed through sacred ceremony in Haridwar, India.
Premium Quality Authentic RUDRAKSHA: Seed of Consciousness
The Rudraksha seed is a blessing to keep and wear because of its powerful vibration which protects against all negative influences. You will notice a sense of peace and less disturbances are experienced.Ideally Rudraksha is worn at all times or kept close to the skin, emitting a potent protective energy which supports the wearer in achieving their potential.
Rudraksha Malas are most often used for japa meditation and will absorb and store the positive energy of your sadhana, making it an extremely powerful energy tool over time.
Your mala is spiritually significant, worn to harness an infinite source of energy and tune into the highest power within, connection to source. According to ancient Vedic scriptures Rudraksha Beads were formed from the tears (Aksha) of Lord Shiva (Rudra), they are worn by Yogi's, Saints, Sages and Mystics in Nepal, China, and across Asia for balancing the mind, emotions and creating the right environment for meditation and enlightenment.
Rudraksha seeds assist meditation, stress relief, health, circulation and spiritual protection. They keep the bodies bioenergy in balance and harmonises environments where it is kept.
This mala is specially blessed through ancient ceremony and following the tradition of consecration for awakening the power of rudraksha. Priests chant mantras at the river Ganga at a sacred site of Haridwar India, the mala's are sprinkled with holy water and prayer with agarbatti and deepak invoke the divine blessings which ensure this mala is a vehicle of the wearers soul connecting to a higher consciousness.
IN THE PLANETS: Generally, the different planetary constellations have an effect on the emotions of each individual. It is not unusual for doctors to say the full moon nights are an extremely busy time. For a spiritual person, this works in the opposite way to provide favourable, auspicious and magnified positive potential for spiritual evolution and transformation. There are several subtle yet powerful influences that govern our lives that we may or may not be aware of, yet looking back we can see there have been several instances where we lost control of our emotions and reactions in certain circumstances. When our emotions run rampant we are privy to unfavourable outcomes. To harmonise the energy within oneself, and protect against the changeable nature of the world and universe Yogis have always encouraged the use and wearing of Rudraksha.
Wearing Rudraksha gradually releases one from the fluctuating emotions and protects against psychic disturbances, to own Rudraksha is a great blessing and sign of auspiciousness and good luck.
Each Mala has 108 beads, plus the Guru or bindu bead which signifies the attainment of ultimate reality and progression through life. The beads are knotted and finished by expert mala makers before being blessed and consecrated. You will receive your mala in a velvet pouch, with mantas and a guide to set your intention and create a daily ritual.
To ensure the safe and efficient delivery of your order, we express post all orders within Australia and use ‘track and trace’ couriers around the world. All our deliveries use a scanning system that follows the progress of your delivery and photographs the parcel where it’s left ‘in a safe place’.
If a problem arises you can follow up directly with the company involved, and proof of delivery and/or the status of the package will be supplied. Orders leave the Shivoham Gallery Monday to Friday and are on their way within 48 hours from when your order is placed.