Asians have used Rudraksha beads traditionally. Asian Yogis and Monks found that merely wearing the Rudraksha beads gave them astonishingly tremendous amount of tranquillity, concentration that helped them meditate for a long period of time with spectacular control over their mind.
yes Everyone irrespective of Sex, Age, Cultural, Ethnic, Geographical and Religious background can wear it.
Certain effect are left almost immediately like clarity of mind, peace and tranquility. Normally within 45 days you can start feeling major positive changes. Thereafter it will work continuously giving benefita.
Tests like the one which sinks in water is original and the one that floats is duplicate are not right. Even the ones made of wood with some lead or heavy ingredients impregnated in it can sink comfortably in water. The best way is to procure from reliable source.
Yes, they can, barring those 4-5 days when nature is at work.
No. All can wear. Sun, Moon, Stars, Rivers and Plants have No religion, caste or nationality.
Could be any number of years. If well protected, can be passed on from generation to generation.
Take a glass of water. Dip few pieces of five Mukhi in it, preferably after sun set. Drink it whenyou get up in the morning, before any other intake.
Yes. Keep a big size 5 Mukhi Rudraksha with you. Whenever you feel nervous just hold it tight in your right plam for few minutes. You will regain your confidence and body will start warming up.
No. There is a relationship between the wears and rudraksha, which is very private and must not be shared, but it can be willed and passed on to the next generation.
No. One should not wear.
Yes. It is beneficial if Rudraksha water flows over body. just protect Rudraksha from soap or shampoo and take care to clear them with a small toothbrush after taking bath. Whenever they seem dry. Mala could be also taken off while taking bath if you so desire and worn immediately thereafter.
Rudraksha may be worn on a reguler basis. There is no taboo written in our puranas to be followed while wearing them. Some books state that the mala could be taken off durring menstrual cycle, sex, and bowel movements and in funeral times. It is recommended to tekan off mala at night before sleep and worn again in the morning after bath for convenience.
If the beads need cleaning after reguler wear, dip them in warm soapy water overnight. Then Scrub them thoroughly using a plastic brush. After this wash them with normal water and let them dry. Then apply oil (Olive oil / Sandal wood oil) on the beads using a small toothbrush. Then purify by offering Incense and sandal paste and mantras. this procedure does not need to be done more often than once in 6 month.
Rudraksha are strong beads and have a life thousands of year if well taken care of. They are passed from one generation to another.
It is advised to lead a disciplined life while wearing Rudraksha and refrain from eating non-vegetarian food or taking alcohol. If unavoidable, take off the beads during such times and pray god to give enough strength to overcome these habits.