Puja of Rudraksha

Rudraksha is worn on the body it needs to be sanctified and energized also known as Pran Prathista prior to its use for the first time. Rudraksha is a divine bead and it bestows all sorts of spiritual , mental & Physical benefits to its wearer. However ,in order to get maximum benefits from Rudraksha.

The method of blessings is given below :

    1.
   Choose an auspicious day -  Monday. (beacuse monday is Lord Shiva's day so it could be chosen.)
    2.   Wash Rudraksha with unboiled milk and water. 
    3.   Apply sandalwood paste on it. 
    4.   Offer Incense and flowers. 
    5.   Chant   "Om Namah Shivaya"  108 times.

This Puja may be done by the wearer himself, or else one can take the services of  the Guru or the priest of a temple for this procedure. Chant the specific mantra of the mukhis at least 9 times :

One Mukhi          " Om Namaha Shivaya, Om Hreem Namaha "

Two Mukhi         " Om Namah "

Three Mukhi       " Om Kleem Namah "

Four Mukhi         " Om Hreem Namah "

Five Mukhi          " Om Hreem Namah "

Six Mukhi            " Om Hreem Hum Namah "

Seven Mukhi       " Om Hum Namah "

Eight Mukhi         " Om Ganeshaya Namah "

Nine Mukhi         " Om Hreem Hum Namaha"

Ten Mukhi           " Om Hreem Namah "

Eleven Mukhi      " Om Shree Rudray Namah"

Twelve Mukhi     " Shree Suryay Namah "

Thirteen Mukhi   " Om Hreem Namah "

Fourteen Mukhi  " Om Shivaya Namaha "

This procedure will input the live energy within the Rudraksha which is called as "Prana Prathistha" . After immediately , the person should wear the Rudraksha within five days of  "Prana Prathista". If you would like to enhance the effects of the different Rudraksha then the specific mantras for each of the Rudraksha could be repeated as often as you choose any time of the day . Also "Om Namah Shivaya" or  "Namah Shivaya" mantra energizes the Rudraksha beads when chanted with them. Keep the beads as close to your skin as possible. Rudraksha can also be kept in Puja room and prayed for benefits of your and your whole family.

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