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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...
Are Rudraksha seeds supposed to get darker in colour the longer I wear them? Why does this happen?
Rudraksha tend to become darker with time because of the substances it absorbs; this will be a combination of the ghee, milk, and sesame oil used for periodic conditioning, as well as your natural body oil and sweat. This is a natural process; it does...
When conditioning a new Rudraksha, there is sometimes a yellow leakage coming from the beads - is this normal?
The first time a Rudraksha is conditioned after purchasing, there may be some leakage from the beads. The color can vary but is usually yellow or black. This is due to a protective process where mud is used to cover the Rudraksha after receiving it from...
Should the ghee be thrown out after conditioning? Can you use it to recondition the next time or cook with?
Once you have conditioned Rudraksha for 24 hours in ghee, the ghee can be used as plant food, as oil in a lamp, or can be saved for the next time you condition Rudraksha. The leftover ghee should not be consumed or used in cooking.
After conditioning, Rudraksha feels oily with a slight smell; can anything be done for this?
After conditioning Rudraksha, it may be slightly slippery and may smell of ghee and milk. Rudraksha can be covered with vibhuti as the final conditioning step to aid in removing any excess oil. To do so, take some vibhuti in your palm and gently roll...
Does conditioning Rudraksha “re-energize” them? Or is it only to protect against brittleness/cracking?
Conditioning is meant to help prolong the lifespan of Rudraksha by preventing them from becoming brittle and cracking. Being immersed in ghee and milk every 6 months, and sesame oil every 1 to 2 years, is beneficial for the integrity of the Rudraksha...
How to tie the Gauri Shankar to the Panchmukhi Rudraksha?
A Gauri Shankar Rudraksha comes with a metal loop intended for you to tie to the end of a Panchmukhi mala, or to easily tie to any silk thread or gold or silver chain. When adding a Gauri Shankar to a Panchmukhi mala, it’s important to leave the bindu...
What is the best vessel to store or condition Rudraksha in?
Since Rudraksha are natural seeds with a unique composition, it is best to store them in natural vessels. When conditioning, using mud, glass or wooden bowls are best. Alternatively, gold or silver bowls can be used, if available. When conditioning, ...
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...
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...
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Bhairavi Raksha Isha Consecrated
Is it necessary to wear the Bhairavi Raksha at all times?
It is best to wear the Bhairavi Raksha at all times. If you are unable to do that, it is necessary to have it on for a minimum of 3-4 hours a day.
How should the Bharavi Raksha be worn?
The Bhairavi Raksha should be worn on the left hand by women and the right hand by men. It’s important that the Bhairavi Raksha has maximum contact with your body with no gap between the Bhairavi Raksha and the body.
Is there a specific direction in which the Bhairavi Raksha should be worn?
Ensure that the Bhairavi Raksha is worn in such a way that Devi’s image on the Bhairavi Raksha is straight and not upside down (please refer to the images on top of the page)
Do we need to take off the Bhairavi Raksha while taking a bath?
The Bhairavi Raksha can be worn while taking a bath, however it should not come into contact with soaps or detergents.
How long should I wear the Bhairavi raksha?
The benefit of wearing the Bhairavi Raksha is not restricted to any period of time. It can be worn for life.
Can women wear the Bhairavi Raksha during their monthly cycle?
Women can wear the Bhairavi Raksha during their monthly cycle
Is wearing the Kavacha suitable for children?
Wearing the Bhairavi Raksha is suitable for children of all ages.
Can another person wear my Bhairavi Raksha?
Another person should not wear your Bhairavi Raksha
How should the Bhairavi Raksha be stored when not being worn?
When not being worn, the Bhairavi Raksha can be wrapped in raw silk or cotton fabric, which is white or not dyed.
What should be done if the Bhairavi Raksha gets damaged/broken with use?
It is best to replace the Bhairavi Raksha with a new one if the Bhairavi Raksha gets damaged/broken.
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Copper & Health
Is it necessary to wear the Bhairavi Raksha at all times?
It is best to wear the Bhairavi Raksha at all times. If you are unable to do that, it is necessary to have it on for a minimum of 3-4 hours a day.
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