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14 Mukhi Rudraksha (Nepal)

14 Mukhi Rudraksha (Nepal)

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The 14 Mukhi Rudraksha is a type of Rudraksha bead that has 14 natural lines or "faces" running from the top to the bottom of the bead. Each Rudraksha type is associated with different deities and is believed to provide specific benefits to the wearer.

The 14 Mukhi Rudraksha is particularly revered because it is associated with Lord Shiva and Lord Hanuman. Sometimes, it is referred to as the "Deva Mani," which means the gem of the gods. It is believed to originate from the third eye of Lord Shiva and symbolizes the divine qualities of alertness, vigilance, and intuition, which are associated with the third eye.

The wearer of the 14 Mukhi Rudraksha is believed to be protected and blessed by both Lord Shiva and Lord Hanuman. Some of the specific benefits associated with this bead, based on traditional beliefs, are:

  • Protection from Negative Energies: It's thought to protect the wearer from evil spirits, black magic, and negative energies.
  • Enhanced Intuition and Decision-making: This bead is linked with the 'ajna' or the third-eye chakra, which is associated with intuition and decision-making abilities.
  • Increased Confidence and Courage: It's believed to instill a sense of fearlessness and courage in the wearer, along with enhanced willpower and strength.
  • Benefits in Career and Business: It's thought to be beneficial for people who are in leadership roles, decision-making positions, or have their own business.
  • Relief from Planetary Doshas: The 14 Mukhi Rudraksha is associated with Mars (Mangal) and Saturn (Shani), and wearing it is believed to mitigate the negative effects of these planets in one's astrological chart.

Remember, these benefits are based on traditional beliefs and are not scientifically proven. However, many people find personal and spiritual value in wearing these beads. As with any spiritual or religious practice, respect for the traditions associated with it is recommended, even if you don't follow the religious beliefs from which they originate.

14 mukhi rudraksha and planetary dosha

The 14 Mukhi Rudraksha, according to Hindu traditions and astrology, is associated with two key planets: Mars (Mangal) and Saturn (Shani).

  • Mars (Mangal): Mars is symbolic of energy, courage, and determination. However, when Mars is unfavorably positioned in one's birth chart, it may lead to aggression, conflicts, accidents, and health issues. The 14 Mukhi Rudraksha is believed to pacify the adverse effects of Mars and enhance its positive influences.
  • Saturn (Shani): Saturn is often associated with discipline, justice, longevity, and hard work. But a malefic Saturn can cause various hardships, delays, and losses. The 14 Mukhi Rudraksha is said to soothe Saturn's negative impacts, providing relief from Shani Sade Sati (a seven-and-a-half-year period of Saturn’s transit), and Dhaiya (two-and-a-half-year period of Saturn’s transit).

According to traditional beliefs, wearing a 14 Mukhi Rudraksha can help mitigate these planetary doshas, but it's important to note that these are not scientifically substantiated claims. If you suspect you have a planetary dosha and wish to use a Rudraksha bead as part of your remedy, it's advisable to consult with a knowledgeable astrologer or spiritual guide. They can provide personalized advice based on your specific birth chart and circumstances.

Method of wearing 14 Mukhi Rudraksha

Wearing a 14 Mukhi Rudraksha, like other types of Rudraksha beads, is generally accompanied by a set of traditional rituals. These rituals are a way of showing respect and reverence for the spiritual significance of the bead. Here's a generalized method you can follow:

  • Cleansing the Rudraksha: Start by cleansing the bead. This can be done by soaking it in a mixture of water and Gangajal (holy Ganges water) overnight. In the morning, you can wash it with pure water.
  • Ritual Worship: The bead should then be worshiped before wearing it. Place it on a clean cloth or plate, light an oil lamp or a candle, and offer incense. You can then offer flowers and some fresh fruits, if available.
  • Mantra Chanting: While worshiping, chant the 14 Mukhi Rudraksha mantra, which is "Om Namah Shivaya" or the specific mantra "Om Namah" 108 times.
  • Wearing the Rudraksha: After chanting the mantra, you can wear the Rudraksha. The bead is typically strung on a red thread and worn as a pendant. It should be close enough to your skin to touch your body.
  • Daily Practice: While wearing the bead, it's suggested to chant the mantra daily, if possible.
  • Maintenance: When not in use, such as before going to bed or during bathing, keep the Rudraksha in a clean and safe place, preferably with a picture or idol of Lord Shiva. It's also recommended to remove the bead during certain activities like attending funerals or visiting a childbirth place.

Remember, these practices are traditional and might differ based on personal beliefs and regional customs. If you're new to wearing a Rudraksha, you might want to consult with a knowledgeable guru or spiritual guide. The Rudraksha is a sacred item and should be treated with the utmost respect.

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