The word rudraksha is derived from two words - rudra () and aksha (). The source of reaching the higher level of spiritual enlightenment hidden in one own self through the divine guidance of cosmic manifestation. A. Aksha means eye. Rudra and aksha means the one who is capable of looking at and doing everything (for example, the third eye). Aksha also means axis. Since the eye can rotate on one axis, it too is known as aksha. B. Rudra means the one who weeps. A () means to receive and ksha () means to give. Hence, aksha () denotes the ability to receive or give. Rudraksha is the one that has the ability to wipe our tears and provide happiness. RULING GOD: Ardhanareshwar RULING PLANET: Moon BEEJ MANTRA: - "Aum Namaah" Ardhnareeshwar", means an combined image of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. It has a very special place among Rudrakshas as it has Shiv and Shakti together - represents the power of Man and Female in a single combination. Two Mukhi Rudrakshas effectively control the malefic effects of moon. It symbolizes the energy of togetherness, harmony and unity. It improves decision making ability of wearer and can ensure a blissed married life with prosperity and love. Not only for a happy married life, this Rudraksha provides the wearer with a happy and fruitful relationship with friends, relatives or colleagues. It fulfills all the social needs of human beings and provides him status and respect in the society. Wearing Rudraksha opens the blocked Chakras and keeps it balanced to reduces ailments like fear, anger, inferiority complex, sexual issues. Health issues like back pain, lack of energy, kidney problems are reduced. Two mukhi rudrakshas are beneficial for unblocking and balancing Swadisthana chakra.