108 Mala Necklace: Inner Strength
This hand knotted 108 bead mala is a one-of-a-kind piece.
You will get the exact mala shown in the pictures.
Mala intention: Inner Strength
Guru Bead: Tagua Nut featuring a hand carved tribal sun design
Mala beads: Blue Goldstone, Dumortierite, Sodalite, Agate, Jade, Jasper, Smokey Quartz, Aventurine
Bead Count: 108 beads + 1 guru bead
Size: 8mm beads, mala circumference is just over 41 inches
This mala is hand knotted between each bead, a craft that requires time, patience, skill, and meticulous attention to detail. An impressive arrangement of mixed gemstones, each hand selected for their energy and beauty, were used to create this mala. This mala is one of a kind, meaning only 1 is available.
The Magic of mala beads: Mala beads are finding their way onto the necks and wrists of yogis, holistic practitioners, the mindfully aware, the fashion conscious, and the curious. Often called prayer beads, malas are sets of beads that have been worn throughout history for devotion, comfort and healing. Ancient Buddhists and Hindus believed that by touching each bead while repeating a Tibetan mantra or Sanskrit prayer, they would have a more focused and heightened meditation experience.Using mala beads to enhance meditation continues to be a common practice today. But you don't have to be an enlightened practitioner or follow a certain religion to wear / use mala beads. You can simply wear them as a reminder of an intention you've set or to receive the subtle healing vibrations from a particular gemstone. Whether you are an experienced yogi, you meditate daily or monthly, or you just like the beauty of a mala necklace, you won't regret purchasing a Holy Rocks Mala.
About Tagua Nut: Tagua Nut, an eco-friendly, animal-friendly alternative to Ivory, is a seed that comes from a certain type of palm tree that grows in the tropical rain forest of South America. In one year, one Tagua Nut palm produces as much "ivory" as an average female African elephant. Not only is NO HARM done to the tree, the developing market of these durable nuts is helping to slow the deforestation in this region and now employs hundreds of families.