Dhyan Yog


These combinations are for meditation purposrs. There are different malas and combinations popular among people: a. A simple 5 mukhi mala of 108+1 or 54+1or 27+1 beads (most common beads 108+1) b. A five mukhi mala having one Gaurishankar at the top and one mukhi at the meru(Total no of beads including Gaurishankar and one mukhi should be 108+1) c. A five mukhi rudraksha mala having the following beads: three, five, nine, 11 mukhis , Gaurishankar and one mukhi. This is known as Dhyan Yog mala as it covers all the aspects required for better concentration and meditation like good health( three and five mukhi) fearlessness( nine and 11 mukhi), identification with God( Gaurishankar) and shiva�s blessings( one mukhi) All these beads are strung in a five mukhi smaller mukhi mala, the total no of beads being 108+1, including large and small beads. d. A 32 or 32+1 bead kantha or large size Gaurishankar beads is used by sanyasis or those fully dedicated to spiritual work. While meditating these people wears this kantha and manasic (silent0 japa is carried out while counting is done with the small sized beads strung in another mala. This combination is not recommended for family persons. At best it can be kept in a pooja place. e. Higher level of meditation is done by using 14 mukhi rudraksha tied on the head keeping it on the ajna chakra and counting of mantra using amla of either a five mukhi or two mukhi rudraksha. It is useful in kundalini awakening, by combining the meditation with Pranayams and going upward with chakras.





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