Adiyogi Pancha Mukhi Rudraksha with Copper Chain

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The Adiyogi Rudraksha is a Pancha Mukhi Rudraksha bead, which was part of the Rudraksha mala that adorned Adiyogi at the Isha Yoga Center. The Rudraksha is an offering that allows one to receive the grace of the Adiyogi.

Traditionally known as a powerful accessory for spiritual seekers, Rudraksha is the seed of the Elaeocarpus Ganitrus tree that grows at a certain altitude in the Himalayan ranges. Rudraksha is considered a potent aid for physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.

The Panchmukhi (five-faced) Rudraksha bead is known to help in cultivating inner freedom and purity and can be worn by anyone above 14 years of age.  

Rudraksha offered is carefully selected and checked for its quality and authenticity. Additionally, the Rudraksha undergoes a special process of consecration to energize it.

 “Rudra means Shiva and Aksha means Teardrops. So, Rudraksha is Shiva’s Teardrops, behind which there is an interesting story.” - Sadhguru

  • Pancha Mukhi bead
  • Was part of the Rudraksha mala of the 112 ft Adiyogi at Isha Yoga Center
  • Length 17.5 inch
  • Ready to wear - the bead comes attached to a copper chain that you can wear the moment you receive it.
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What is a Rudraksha?

Rudraksha (also called as Rudraksh) are dried seeds of a tree, which grows in select locations of South East Asia, botanically known as Elaeocarpus Ganitrus. It is also called “Tears of Shiva” and there are many legends connected to Lord Shiva that describe...

Who can wear Rudraksha?

Anyone, irrespective of gender, cultural, ethnic, geographical or religious background can wear Rudraksha. They are intended for persons at any stage in life irrespective of mental and physical condition. It can be worn by children, students, the elderly...

How to choose the bead size of a Panchamukhi Mala (varies between 5 mm to 8 mm)?

They are of the same quality; it is just that it's a question of convenience. The smaller ones cost more simply because the rudraksha is not plucked from a tree, they wait for it to fall down, fully ripe and fall down. So, it is much harder to pick up...

What are the benefits of each type of Rudraksha?

Rudraksha offered by us are carefully selected, checked for quality and consecrated. The benefits of each type are mentioned below: - Panchamukhi: These are five-faced Rudraksha which can be worn by anyone above 14 years of age. It helps cultivate...

How to condition a new Rudraksha?

To condition new Rudraksha beads, immerse them in ghee (clarified butter) for 24 hours and then soak them in full-fat milk for an additional 24 hours. Wash it with water and wipe the beads with a clean cloth. Do not wash them with soap or any cleaning...

How often should I condition my Rudraksha?

Conditioning of Rudrakshas should be done every six months. To condition Rudraksha mala or beads, immerse them in ghee (clarified butter) for 24 hours and then soak them in full-fat milk for an additional 24 hours. Wash it water and wipe the beads with...

When can I wear Rudraksha Mala?

The mala can be worn all the time. You can even wear it when you sleep or shower. If you take cold water baths and are not using any chemical soap, it is especially good for the water to flow over it and upon your body. But if you are using chemical ...

Do Rudraksha always have 108 beads?

No. Traditionally, the number of beads is 108 plus one, the bindu. It’s recommended that an adult should not wear a mala with less than 84 beads, plus the bindu - but any number over that is fine! Depending on the size of the Rudraksha seeds, the mala...

Are the smallest Rudraksha seeds more spiritual by nature?

All Panchamukhi Rudraksha have the same quality, impact, and benefits regardless of the size. You can choose any of the seven sizes depending on your preference. The smaller beads are rare to find hence the difference in the price.

Can I share my Rudraksha with someone else?

No, you should not share your Rudraksha with anyone else, since the Rudraksha adapts to the wearer.

How should I store my Rudraksha if I take it off during Hatha Yoga practices?

It’s best to store Rudraksha in a silk cloth or in a copper vessel. Remember, copper can oxidize milk products so you should not use a copper vessel while conditioning the Rudraksha.

Should the bindu on the Panchmukhi mala be positioned in a certain spot on the neck?

The bindu on a Panchmukhi mala doesn’t have to be positioned at any particular part of your neck – when you walk, sleep, do your sadhana, your Rudraksha will shift. It is best to reposition the bindu to be at the center of your chest, but once you start...

How can we tell if a Rudraksha has lost its vibrancy?

Rudraksha have a certain quality by nature, so it is important to wear them on the body in a way that treats the Rudraksha with respect and care. Rudraksha should not be worn like jewelry and kept aside later. When a person decides to wear a Rudraksha...

If a few beads of the mala break, do I need to buy a whole new mala?

Cracked beads on a Rudraksha mala should be removed, as their energy will be altered and may not be conducive to the wearer. Individual beads need not be replaced as long as the total bead count on the mala is 84, plus the bindu, for people who are age...

Should the Rudraksha mala beads always touch each other?

To experience the full benefits of Rudraksha, the beads should always touch each other in a mala. This has to do with the energy movement in the mala. It is important not to thread the mala too tightly or else the beads may become pressed against each...

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