New to mala beads?
A mala is easy to use, and can be worn by anyone. People have used them for thousands of years as a tool to help focus the mind during meditation, mantras, or prayer. Others wear them as a beautiful piece of jewelry for the believed healing properties of the stones themselves, or as a simple way to remind them of their intentions, affirmations, or goals.
A good beginning practice that anyone can do with a
mala, is to take a few minutes each day to close your eyes, and take a slow deep breath with each bead. The goal is to give yourself a break, slow down, and learn to be present and peaceful in the moment.
Each mala is carefully handmade using quality materials. They are never rushed, and are infused with positive reiki energy before being placed inside their gift box.
For easy reference, the box includes printed information about malas, and a description of the beads used, and their meaning.
All malas come with a soft drawstring pouch to protect your mala when not in use.
The Buddha Mala
This mala is hand knotted on red cord with 8mm beads.
It measures approximately 21.5" from top to bottom, and has a red colored tassel.
The carved Buddha on this mala is made of of boxwood. Boxwood is believed to be a symbol of longevity, and the red string is a reminder to show compassion to all.
RUDRAKSHA: “Rud-ruck-sha.” These natural seeds are found within the bright blue fruit of the rudraksha tree. They are the original "beads of power" worn by the Yogis of India and the Himalayas for thousands of years. It is believed that wearing Rudraksha brings both tranquility and concentration, allowing for long periods of meditation. Rudraksha is considered to be sacred and extremely powerful in manifesting.
QUARTZ: (clear) Quartz is known as the “master healer.” It is said to be extremely beneficial for manifesting, meditation, and protection.
This mala is part of a collection and is not one of a kind.