Dear revered Mister or Madam,
to our great surprise and enthusiasm, we saw that the symbol of your office is Lord Shiva sitting on Nandi bull. In the great Shiva tradition, Rudraksha's are representing the Tears of that God. For thousands of years, beads of Rudraksha has been weared in necklaces by yogis, monks and devotees of Shiva.
For years now, my wife and I are following the Shiva tradition. We both feel that one of our tasks is to share and spread in the world the knowledge and many benefits of Rudrakshas concerning health, environment and spirituality.
We would be very honnered to offer you, that is to your Kingdom, a collection set of very unique and precious Rudrakshas we discovered in Koh Phangan. Because of the intrinsic value of these Rudrakshas, we would very much like to know if you are interested in that gift before sending it to you?
We would be very honnered to receive an answer from you and would like very much like to thank you for your kind attention.
With our very respectful regards to your Queen and King
...K and R ...
PS: To this letter, we add a presentation of who we are and a description of our activities to the spread the benefits of Rudrakshas.
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Dear rb, (some delightful text to ^Rised^ appreciation)
This is the Aknowledgement about the existence of unique kinds of trees of rudraksha on koh Phangan. The current state of 1000-day exploration is a Grand collection of the most divine Rudraksha, which is worth to call "Royal". The central episode of that collection should arrive to YOU - our dear receiver, not later than 7 of November, what is almost now.
Generally that trees now in high demand due to the value of seeds from its fruits: Rudraksha - "Tears of Rudra", who is also Shiva and great rider of Nandi-bull. The importance and blessings of Rudraksha widely highlighted in most of Vedic-Aryan Shiva-regadred sources, such as Puranas, Vedas, Agamas and Upanishadas.
The contains of the Central Episode of Grand Collection of the most Divine Rudraksha:
7 Rudraksha-beads from one to seven mukhi (faceted), from 6 different trees - 5 of beads represents 5 destinations, where their mother-tree grows, while 6-th tree presented by 2 beads from mainland. Beads packed in a dried pod of Prana-Jiva tree.
Mostly as 99,9% island trees give 3- and 4-mukhi Rudraksha, 5-mukhi is very rare, and 2-mukhi is even more rare. 1-mukhi Rudraksha, officially not-exsisting in Nepal, due to the modern researches, appearing as a miracle. 6- and -7-mukhi grows in significant temple of NakhonSi.
Meaning of Mukhi's number in Rudraksha, as depicted in scriptures and which we following:
5. 5-mukhi is a Five-faced Shiva, as He appeared to other 2 Gods of Trimurti after their long worshiping, as first form - Unlimited Shining Fire Lingam - was unintelligible. That's why 3 main scriptures about Rudraksha describe 5-mukhi Rudraksha formally differently: "Sadashiva", "Panchabrahma" and "Kalagnirudra". That 3 kinds of Rudraksha - 3-, 4-, and 5-mukhi are adviced to wearing for any fortunate person - as each will receive a merits.
6. 6-mukhi is a bead of son of Shiva - Kartikkeya, who's other Names are Murugan, Scanda, Saravanabhava, Shiva-Kumara and Shanmukha - as He has 6-faces. Tonight, when I writing it, is 7-th night of His month - Kartik - the day when 7-day old Kartikkeya defeated greatest demon Taraka, who oppressing all 3 worlds for millions of years. The residence of Kartikkeya is Mars, and He is the General Commander of Armies of the Gods.
7. 7-mukhi Rudraksha has a energy of 7-Mothers, as it said in "Chandra-Jnyana Agama". 7-Mothers is fully-extended aspect of Mother from realone bio-mother to Earth as a Big Mother, defined in that shlok on Sanskrit:
Atma-mata Guru patni
Dhenur Dhätré Tathä prithvi
saptaita matarah smrtah.
Shiva-Purana refers 7-mukhi Rudraksha to Ananga - "Without the body" - name of Kama-Cupid, after he left His body.
7 is also Surya-Rudraksha, as 7 is the number of the Sun.
Other sacred meaning of 7-mukhi Rudraksha is Manu - the First Man and progenitor of humanity. Our "current" Manu is Vaivasvata, with other name Satyavrata, and Shraddhadeva Manu, and He is numbered 7 in 14-cycle of Manu's.
Plans to plant and share leads to discovering new Rudraksha trees
Yes we come with sharing-mission:
Completed after Rudraksha Club mission in Nakhon SI Thammarat, this collection includes Rudraksha seeds from 1 to 7-mukhi. Its mainly consists of Rudraksha's from various areas of the Rudraksha island, enriched with seeds of newly-discovered rudraksha trees of Nakhon Si Thammarat. Explored few main areas-provinces, including Phrom Khiri, Krung Ching, Sichon, Tha Sala and Muang (main city), where a little more than 10 trees were found in total. The first tree belongs to "Ganitri" kind, which has a blue fruits and seeds of Rudraksha with natural hole - 5-,6-, and 7-mukhi.
The collection of Rudraksha includes pairs of 3- and 4-mukhi beads from various trees of all 4 sides of the island, beads with unique rare shape, Rudraksha's soaked in innovtive oil blend, Rudraksha empowered with other sacred seeds and etc.
You can read more info about Rudraksha in NakhonSi here. Soul-made Rudraksha collection available for viewing and presented in unique place - Ashram of Ruesi Mettancha in Phrom Khiri amphoe (district), Nakhon Si Thammarat. Ashram has a temple with separate areas for Lord Shiva and goddess Kali - Rudraksha's in a first one.
Read more exciting news about newly-discovered Rudraksha soon at:
New path for the blessed Rudraksha beads to the hearts of the Friends going to be a powerful add-on of only 4 optional hours to the popular 200 hours courses. Other meeting-point with Reality is 6 hours, added to 500 hours - this virtue of 506 we hope to share in one of the future articles. Should I mention, that the most important is the receiving of divine Rudraksha by each of the participated course's students?!
4-H Rise of Awareness to higher common Consiousness
As a desired answer for the World crisis we have a rise of consiousness. One of its major signs here is a popularity of Yoga Teachers Trainings, or YTT, in 200 hours as a first standard. Many people coming to more Yoga-schools monthly (at least during the high season) to receive the new experience, delivered to us by ancient Vedic path. For many of YTT students this cource becaming important ultimate step, which give a new destination for the harmonic complete healthy life. Here we want to share how just 4 extra hours, being added to standard 200 hours YTT-course, can enrich and widen the receiving experience, giving much more values both for the practioners and the place, which hosts the practice.
Its interesting to observe similar traditions to wear the auspicious seeds across various cultures. According to local beliefs that seeds are attracting good luck, keeping away bad spirit and gives a good vibes to its wearer. The most popular and recognized of that seeds has many names, sometimes different in every place.
Its exciting to looking for the rational reasons of such a respect, given to the tiny glossy seeds by our ancestors from very early times.
Its amazing to see that tradition of receiving the direct experience and knowledge from the tree is returns after long period of disconnection.
We choose two of the most significant sacred seeds to accompany the Rudraksha, plus we select a new one among our favourites, which doesn't has a mentions as a wearing seed - Rajavriksha, or purging Cassia.
Manjadi - red lucky seed. Gallery
The tree of Manjadi beads has many names around the world. One of them - Ani Kundamani tree, making all the good wishes come true.In a Kerala state in India its assotiated with Krishna, notorious skill of placing many of tiny elephants into one Manjadi bead. Island has few areas with remaining trees, with different flower seasons and forms & color depth of the seeds. Seeds here are much less in size than similar seeds in Bali and Penang islands. We use the seeds collected in temple grove in the center of island - here we found the most ancient tree of Manjadi,
Examples of Manjadi beads with Rudraksha in pendants.
More Rudraksha pendants with Manjadi.
Chirmi-jequirity bead. Gallery
This beads represents the energy of Goddess. In India its called Shirmi or Guncha, and its represents 3 forms of Devi Mahalakshmi`; Lakshmi, Saraswati and Kali. Its well-known now that its a toxic, probably due to the research of Shura Shilgin. Less known why - toxic ingridient here is a guard of Supreme, roots of this vine plant are 100 sweeter than sugar. Grows in a rocky areas of the island. As first origin of Chirmi mentioned Aeavali forest in Rajastan. In some regions of America, ex. Peru that beads a much bigger in size and called Huayruro.
Chirmi beads in Rudraksha pendants.
Rajavriksha - Golden Shower - purging Cassia
This beautiful "Tree of the King" also well-known in Ayurveda as a cure for various stomach diseases. Seeds has a shape as a watermelon seeds, with coffee stripe and light brown color.
How to care for your Live Rudraksha Pendant
Rudraksha pendant with live seeds is a fragile item, which maybe will be not for a long time in a daily use. Special care needed due to the natural tree sap, used as a clay to connect the seeds to Rudraksha. After other seeds are falls, polish your Rudraksha pendant with oil, and wear it as it is.
Love pair from the island of Love
Today's morning news catched us at the most romantic point of time: St Valentine Day! And we are the ones who have the most valuable, priceless presents for the real lovers - pairs of 3 and 4-mukhi Rudraksha seeds from the same tree! And we have 32 different trees = 32 different pairs of the most auspicious seeds of nature, from the island of Love.
Dreams comes true, same as a clearly good wishes, and soon we had a guests who took the collection of pairs of Rudraksha from same tree to ... imagine to who?! To the best UK jewelry masters, who works with a wedding jewelry - our friend by chance run that business in London. This was a First.
Next bunch of blissful Rudraksha pairs was sent to Latvia: our friends will deliver it soon for their friends and family members.
Then is a local Cacao ceremony members...
After that - Rudraksha pairs to Bali island to Rudraksha passionate people...
"Tears of Rudra" on koh Phangan. Course for both of those who already wearing the Rudraksha or only wants to know. Dedicated to 2 years of "Rudraksha Club" mission. Each participant will get the blessed seed of Rudraksha.
Rudraksha are the seeds of the fruit from the tree, known in modern botany as Elaeocarpus. From the ancient times its advised to be worn to perceive the blessings of Shiva - the early name of Cosmic Will and absolute power. Various recent scientific researches reopening the uniqueness of Rudraksha in a modern way of perception. We will briefly enlight the main facts from both of that sources and will continue with divinity of Rudrakshas from Koh Phangan. Samples of usage:
Part Pre- Meditational practice with mantra and sound.
Short about Rudraksha United: relations with birds, fish, flying foxes, deer, monkeys, boars, cows/buffalows. Also other trees, mushrooms. insects. We starting from deep calm breath, then mantra in Rudraksha mudra. Short part of few min.
What is a Rudraksha? Part One: ancient Vedic sources.
Puranas, Agamas, Upanishadas and Tantras descibing the glory of Rudraksha. Shiva depicted in Rudraksha, Rama worn the Rudraksha, many of modern Indian Guru and spiritual teachers from various traditions wearing the Rudrakshas. The main texts, contains the tradition of wearing the Rudraksha:
Part Two: Elaeocarpus Ganitrus - modern facts and discoveries.
"Olive Fruit", 360 species, not including ours island ones. Extensive researches proves the value of Rudraksha. Main things from:
Part Three: Uniqueness of Phangan Rudraksha.
From various divine properties of island Rudraksha we can mention:
Part four: our Rudraksha mission and Rudraksha giveaway.
Part Five: healing solution to Eco-issues: Rudraksha Tree Club.
Rudraksha Tree Club project in Than Sadeth area of the island. Presenting the concept of Tree Ownership, which includes a registering of land under the tree's krone with tree-lifetime receiving of its Rudraksha, visiting and staying on-site at the club property, possibility to inherit the tree.
Browsing the Inaturalist, I contacting with photo=uploaders of Elaeocarpus trees around the world, asking to share with us the pictures of Rudraksha. Its amazing to see the world of Rudraksha there on planet map, and writing to real people who lives there^ Let's see on Samoa, Apia, one of the most remote island with Rudraksha trees.
A’amatie (Elaeocarpus ulianus) is a member of the Elaeocarpaceae family. It is considered a native ornamental tree that is medium in size; narrow, densely foliated crown that provides good shade; ovate leaf blades; petioles swollen at both ends; toothed leaf margins; flower is delicate, less than one inch across, white, and in the shape of a small, downward hanging bell with a fringed edge; with a large ellipsoid drupe containing a jagged-edged seed. A’amatie is occasional in lowland to cloud forest, and inhabits an elevation between 30 to 1300 m. The fruits are eaten by pigeons. The unusual, jagged-edged seeds are sometimes (probably rarely) used to make necklaces.
Whistler, W. Arthur. 2004. Rainforest Trees of Samoa. Isle Botanica. Honolulu, HI.
Other Rudraksha destinations, which I concating now, includes Italy, Taiwan, Hawaii, Magadascar, Cook islands...
The creation of Rudraksha oil blends starts from the very beginning of our research, at Feb-16. Below: fragments of various researches from ResearchGate -global researches library. Its significant, that scientists from all around the world exploring different properties of Rudraksha, usually without even mentioning the word "Rudraksha". As Elaeocarpus includes more than 300 species, we see its good to browse them to make an overview. Now I briefly read all I could |some researches requires the permission from the authors| from Burma, China, UK, Mauritus, Lao, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia.
The holm oak known in Maltese as is-siġra tal-ballut, is native of the Mediterranean region. It is thought that in the past, huge areas of the Maltese islands were covered by evergreen forests characterised by holm oaks. However, this habitat was virtually exterminated following colonisation by man and the grazing effect of introduced sheep and goats.
Exploring the islands nature: Malta links