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Introducing the Siddha Mala, a powerful healing Rudraksha mala that can help you achieve success and prosperity in all areas of life. This divine mala is composed of various Rudraksha beads, each with its unique benefits.
सर्वेषामपि वक्त्रणां धारणे यो समो भवेत् तस्मात्सर्व प्रयत्नेन रुद्राक्ष पुत्र धारय - पद्मपुराणे
"One who wears all mukhi Rudraksha becomes equal to me (Shiva). So dear Son, one should try by all means to wear all mukhi Rudraksha." -Padma Puran
भक्तिश्रद्धायुतश्चैव सर्वकामार्थसिद्धये । रुद्राक्षान्धारयेन्मन्त्रैर्देवनालस्य वर्जितः ॥
As per the Padma Puran, wearing all mukhi Rudraksha beads can make you equal to Lord Shiva himself. Hence, one should try their best to wear all the beads. The Shiv Puran suggests that when all the Rudraksha beads are energized with their seed mantras and chanted with devotion and faith, the wearer is blessed with fulfillment of all wishes, desires, and riches.
The Akshamalkopanishad describes the Siddha Mala as a garland of letters and affirms that all gods and goddesses reside in this mala. This mala is a repository of all mantras and knowledge, and therefore, it is recommended for all to worship this mala.
The Siddha Mala is the perfect Rudraksha mala for achievers and ambitious individuals who want to attain the topmost levels in their careers and businesses. When an individual wears or worships this mala, they experience high levels of divine energy from various deities along with the power of mantras. The mala helps in constantly cleansing the energy centers of the wearer and attracts positive divine energy, which brings good health, wealth, fame, and fortune.
In summary, the Siddha Mala is a powerful and sacred Rudraksha Mala that can help you achieve your goals and aspirations. It is recommended to energize each bead with its seed mantra and chant with devotion and faith to unlock the maximum benefits of this divine mala.
|2 Mukhi x 3|
|3 Mukhi x 3|
|4 Mukhi x 3|
|5 Mukhi x 3|
|6 Mukhi x 3|
|7 Mukhi x 3|
|8 to 14 Mukhi x 1 each|
|Gaurishankar - 1|
|1 Mukhi halfmoon 1|
|Ganesh - 1|
|Total 27+ 1 = 28|
It is strung with wool, and woolen spacers are placed between the beads to protect them as well as to provide an 'Asana' or seat to all the Rudraksha. Wool makes the mala stronger, more flexible and light-weight. It may be worn or carried in a pouch on the person, or placed at the altar.