The power of Rudraksha seeds has been found described in various religious texts of Hinduism and since ancient times, they have been used for prayers and in general for spiritual evolution.
In the ancient spiritual tradition of India, it is said that Shiva, who represents the divine power of transformation and enlightenment, after years of seeing the suffering of man, drops his tears of compassion, which, as they fall, transforms in seeds to release them on Earth for those who would like to get rid of suffering and join their divinity.
The word Rudraksha is derived from Rudra and aksha (eye) which refers to the awakening of the third eye. It is a sacred seed that is valued in an amount similar to that of a semi-precious stone. These seeds are produced by different varieties of perennial trees of the Elaeocarpus Ganitrus family.
A Rudraksha can have from one to 21 faces or divisions, an aspect that varies according to the age and geography of the tree that produces them. The more unique or rare they are, the higher they will be valued.
The qualities found in ancient Hindu scriptures are described as sacred and known to bring peace of mind. In addition, each Rudraksha acts as a bioenergy generator charging the bearer's energy field, the chakras, the kundalini energy, and the 108 sensitive nerve centers in the human brain.
In medicine, they are known to help in the relief of many mental and physical ailments, even when used against the skin they help increase mental clarity, memory and consciousness, calm the central nervous system, calm the mind and free it. of negative thoughts. They can also reduce the chances of heart disease, lower blood pressure, increase immunity, energy stamina, and rejuvenate the mind and body.