Gauri Shankar Rudraksha
The Nepal and Java Indonesian variants of the Gauri Shankar Rudraksha are the most common. They are the most genuine, well-known, and potent Rudraksha beads. With a thorny surface and deeply etched mukhi lines, the Nepal Gauri Shankar Rudraksha beads are larger, more developed, and heavier. The Indonesian beads from Java are smaller and have a smooth surface with evident mukhi lines. Because a Nepali bead has a larger surface area, its healing frequency is higher and it produces faster results, but a Java bead takes slightly longer to produce results.
The Gauri Shankar Rudraksha is a rare and fortunate Rudraksha that represents Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva’s celestial union. This Rudraksha has two Rudrakshas that are naturally linked, signifying the intellect and soul. This mystic Rudraksha aids in the awakening of the inner conscious, the opening of the Hrit Padma Chakra, the alignment of oneself with Universal love, meditation, and the harmonisation of the wearer’s relationships.
Praying over this Rudraksha spiritually uplifts a person and generates a pure and universal mood of love and fetches peace in family.
Gauri Shankar Rudraksha Ruling Planet
The Gauri Shankar Rudraksha is ruled by the planet Venus. The wearer is bestowed with charm, magnetism, brilliance, and a brilliant aura by Venus, the ruling planet.
Importance of Gauri Shankar Rudraksha
• The Gauri Shankar Rudraksha aids in the promotion of family peace and harmony.
• The Gauri Shankar Rudraksha is a beautiful and strong healing symbol in addition to a devotional tool for person’s connection to cosmic consciousness.
Gauri Shankar Rudraksha benefits
• The Gauri Shankar Rudraksha will be beneficial to the person who wears it, this rudraksha can help the person have a better understanding of his existence, as well as the consciousness and relation in this Bhramand or what is known as the Universe.
• It has a good impact on all aspect of the wearer’s life, including work, leisure, family, marriage, children, and other interests such as sports and business.
Mantra of Gauri Shankar Rudraksha
“Om Aim Hreem Yugal rupanaye Namah”
Gauri Shankar Rudraksha: How to Wear It
On a Friday morning, get up early, bathe, and put on clean clothing. Now sit with your back to the East and repeat the mantra “Om Aim Hreem Yugal rupanaye Namah” 108 times while wearing the Rudraksha. The Gauri Shankar Rudraksha can be capped in silver or gold or worn in silk/wool thread. This bead can be worn as a single bead or as a mala around your neck in counts of 27+1, 32+1, or 54+1 beads.
Method of Wearing the Multiple Beads of Gauri Shankar Rudraksha
Multiple Rudraksha beads of a single mukhi must be strung in a precise way for them to perform correctly, according to science. To fully utilise the potential of Rudraksha beads, Neeta Singhal, the Director of Rudra Centre, has established the ideal orientation, stringing, and wearing methods. Many of our clients from many fields have shared their great experiences with this approach, which was developed after years of intensive study and research.
When several Gouri Shankar Rudraksha beads are strung composed to be worn around the neck, certain care must be given to guarantee that energy circuit of the Rudraksha beads is maintained, as energy flows from each bead in a certain pattern. Rudraksha beads have electromagnetic energies that act as capacitors and have polarities, thus they must be organised in a specific way to ensure that the Rudraksha beads’ energy flow is not disturbed. The Sumeru bead, which is put to the strung numerous beads, is very important because it works as a medium through which energy is transported into the body. Kantha mala or bracelet refers to the orientation of many beads produced with Nepal Rudraksha beads. When fashioned with Java Indonesian beads, it’s called a mala or bracelet, and some people call it a Kanthi mala or bracelet.
Unified Form of Shiva and Shakti
Gauri Shankar rudraksha represents the unified form of Shiva and Shakti, which is symbolised by two naturally joined rudrakshas. It stimulates the Hrit Padma chakra, bringing serenity, harmony, and abundance into the wearer’s life. The spiritual heart, Hrit Padma chakra, is the residence of Goddess Mahalaxmi. It is variously portrayed as a lotus with eight, sixteen, or thousand petals, golden, white or red in colour; inside the lotus, there are rounded regions of sun, fire and moon; and in the centre of the Chakra, there is a whishing-tree (kalpavriksha), a throne made up of Matrika letters (symbolising aspirant’s spiritual heart) on which the people should place their Ishtadevata in an altar and the meditation.
The most powerful Rudraksha for spiritual wholeness is the Gauri Shankar, which is the union of masculine (Yang) Shiva and feminine (Ying) Shakti. The entire universe, according to the ancient philosophy, is a manifestation of the pure mind. This pure consciousness appears to be divided into two poles or aspects in the process of expressing the universe, none of which can exist without the other one. One element has a static quality to it, and it is still associated with unmanifest consciousness. This characteristic is known as Shiva in Tantra and is seen to be masculine. The other half of this polarity is a dynamic, energetic, or creative aspect known as Shakti, grandmother of the universe, because everything comes from her.
The ascension process requires spiritual wholeness or harmony. We shall not be able to rise or reach greater consciousness unless we achieve wholeness or unity within our spiritual selves. The balancing, harmonising, and combining of our inner male/sun/yang and our inner female/moon/yin is what spiritual completeness or unity is all about. We birth the son, which is our Christ Consciousness, which is our link to our higher self, when we combine our inner male and female. When feminine or earth/yin lower chakras within the individual’s heart chakra join and balance with the masculine or heaven/yang upper chakras, spiritual health is accomplished.
The merging of the female and masculine (Yin/Yang) energies takes place in the heart core.