Rudraksha Faces And Benefits In Tamil 41.pdfl
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Rudraksha did not get wide publicity or acceptance on scientific basis, as having healing properties or mystical powers. This is not surprising, because many of the items of traditional and cultural importance to one specific religion (in this case for Hindus) becomes a matter of faith and even superstition. Another reason could be the diversity of opinions on the benefits of rudraksha usage and differences of opinion on its efficacy.
I had come across people who had mentioned several benefits from the use of rudraksha. I had also read about the bead and its efficacy in various publications and Ayurvedic references. The benefits ranged from achieving material successes to overcoming physical ailments or attaining calmness of mind. Many times, these experiences could be just coincidental, yet because of the vast number of people conclusively asserting their views in favour of its good effects, I was motivated to continue with the studies.
The non-clinical tests conducted during the period, Feb 2005 till August 2007 at the Department of Pharmacology, University of Mumbai, on rudraksha and its benefits look quite promising. The summary of the findings of the texts is being published for the first time in this book.
As I have mentioned earlier, Hindu scriptures associate rudraksha with Lord Shiva, the greatest among the Hindu Gods he is known as Mahadev and its is believed that rudraksha trees originated from his tears. In Sanskrit, Rudraksha means Lord Shiva and aksha means eyes. Many believe and as scriptures declare, the blessings of Lord Shiva should be sought to get the maximum benefits from these beads. Had this book been written considering rudraksha merely as a product and without referring to its spiritual significance, I would not have done justice to these beads. For generations, the mere utterance of the word rudraksha creates emotions and vibrations touching the soul and being you closer to God.
The new age gurus and learned orators like Shri Morari Bapuji, Sri Sri Ravishankar, Asaramji Bapu, Ma Chidvilasanand (Muktanand Ashram), ashram chiefs like Swami Satyamitranandji of Bharat Mandir, Haridwar, Swami Chidanand of Parmartha Niketan, Rishikesh, Shri Pranav Pandyaji of Shanti Kunj, Haridwar, Swami Punyanandji Giri of Sanyas Ashram, New Delhi, Swami vishweshwaranand Giri of Sanyas Ashram, Mumbai or for that matter, most members of Hindu religious institutions, sanyasis and astrologers wear rudraksha. Shri Morari Bapu wears a rudraksha mala and does not believe in gems or any other superstitious rituals. The yoga and pranayam teacher and the outspoken Swami Ramdevji is against all superstitions, gems, stones or yantras, but respects the virtues of rudraksha and offers malas as his blessings to his followers. I had the privilege to tell Swami Ramdevji in the year 2005 about the benefits of wearing rudraksha (especially while doing pranayams) and had requested him to initiate some research on rudraksha in his ayurvedic research project at Haridwar. 2b1af7f3a8