6 Mukhi Rudraksha & Its benefits
Six Mukhi Rudraksha is a symbol of Kartikeya, the son of Lord Shiva.
Six mukhi rudraksha bestows on the wearer the fulfillment of desires and youthful apperance. It enables a person to perform good deeds, and become disciplined, contened and virtuous. Rudraksh Bead has Electromagnetic, Paramagnetic, Diamagnetic and Dynamic Polarity or the ability to change its polarity. Rudraksh also have Anti Ageing Properties based on their Electromagnetism.
Six mukhi Rudraksha from Nepal is very powerful and has high degree of healing energy. The Java origin six mukhi is also available and has less power than Nepal. So the wearing of six mukhi Nepal origin beads is recommended for enhanced benefits and better results. A bracelet of six mukhi and beautiful Malas of 54+1or 108+1 beads of six mukhi Rudraksha are powerful tools for discipline.
Shashtha Mukhi in Scriptures:
"In mythology, six mukhi represents the energy of Shiva's son Kartikeya."
The Atharva Veda describes Kumaran as 'Agnibhuh' or son of Agni, the fire god. The Satapatha Brahmana refers to him as the son of Rudra and the ninth form of Agni. The Taittiriya Aranayak contains the Gayatri mantra for Shanmukha. The Chandogya Upanishad refers to Skanda as the "way that leads to wisdom". The Baudhayana Dharmasutra mentions Skanda as 'Mahasena' and 'Subrahmanya.' The Aranya Parva canto of the Mahabharath relates the legend of Kartikeya Skanda in considerable detail. The Skanda Puran is devoted to the narrative of Kartikeya. The Upanishads also constantly make a reference to a Supreme Being called Guha, the indweller. Though slightly varying versions occur in the Puranas, they broadly follow the same pattern. By this period, the identification of Shiva/Rudra with Agni that can be traced back to the Vedas and Brahmans had clearly made Kartikeya the son of Shiva.
The Skanda Puran narrates that Shiva first wed Dakkshyani (also named Sati), the first incarnation of adi shakthi the granddaughter of Brahma, and the daughter of Daksha. Daksha a Vishnu devotee never liked Shiva, who, symbolizing destruction of evil, detachment, who lives a simple life.
Six mukhi Rudraksha gives vigour to the wearer
It helps to remove fatigue, lazyness and dullness
It removes the vice of lust, attachment and ego
It increases connection with mother earth thus gives the energy of penance, stamina, balance, tolerance
It is highly beneficial for students as it makes them disciplined and organised
It makes the wearer of strong character, full of stamina and will power
The wearer of six mukhi gets luck and assests of properties and vehicles
It pacifies the negative influence and afflictions of Mars, which can cause cuts, wounds, bone fractures, miscarriege and abortion
The wearer becomes organised and systematic in his/her thinking, expression including communication and behavior
It regulates the functioning of the gonads, cures loss of semen and improves virility
Good for Musculoskeletal system health
It bestows the virtues of courage, focused mind, grounded nature and perfectionism
Therapeutic benefits – alleviates symptoms related to obesity, piles, knees, legs and bone pains
It removes blockages in the Vishuddhi chakra (throat psychic centre) and helps to awaken this chakra
It helps those with timid, shy or suppressed predisposition and enables them to attain a growing sense of uniqueness, self-worth and creativity
It helps businessmen and public administrators, police chiefs, military heads and heads of state achieve greater success in their respective fields
Rulling Planet : Mars
Ruling God : Kartikeya
The six mukhi Rudraksha Beeja Mantra should be chanted daily minimum nine times during the process of wearing in the morning after taking bath, and after removing, before going to bed.
"AUM HREEM HOOM NAMAH"
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The term “Rudraksha” itself symbolizes Lord Shiva. “Rudra” stands for Lord Shiva and “Aksha” for Shiva’s tears. Lord Shiva himself is the first ardent user and admirer of Rudraksha. Later devotees and sages began using Rudraksha as a blessing from Lord Shiva himself to protect mankind from worldly sufferings and miseries. With the development of modern science, many scientists researched for evidences that support the ancient belief on the significance of Rudraksha.Read More
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