The Mystical Mala necklace is made of Rudraksha seeds combined with Lapis Lazuli.As a final touch, the mala ends with a larger lapis lazuli pendant stone.A mala that connects you with the mystical energy of your being.
The Lucky Jasper Mala Necklace is made of original Rudraksha seeds combined with Green Jasper.As a final pendant, another larger Jasper Green stone on the pompom.A bad to attract the blessings of destiny and good fortune in your walk.
The strength of the Holy Mala necklace is the strength of simplicity. It is a bad idea to tell mantras during your meditation and to wear it daily. You can choose the color of the pompom according to your intention
The Bliss Mala necklace is a lovely evil made from Rudraksha seeds combined with Lavender Quartz. As a final touch, it ends with a larger Rudraksha on the violet pompom. It is a bad that helps you connect with the blessings in your life.
The Clarity Mala necklace is made of Rudraksha seed combined with Quartz Crystal stones. As a final touch, an oval-shaped Quartz Crystal finishes the bad on a red pompom. A bad that helps you bring clarity into your life.
The Love Stone Mala necklace is made of Rudraksha seeds combined with Rose Quartz, and as a final touch, a large Rose Quartz stone is used as a pendant on a red pompom. It is a bad that helps you connect with true love.
The Chakra Balance Mala Necklace is made of 80 Rudraksha seeds and 28 same size gemstones. The emphasis of this mala is the connection between all the chakras, helping you to balance them and awaken the Kundalini in you.
The Meditation Mala necklace is perfect to count the mantras during your meditation, because it has a very good Rudraksha's size, 108 beads of 10 mm each, hand-knotted and a Guru account at the 'end', on top of a red pompom.
Mala in Sanskrit means garland and originated in India. Sandalwood is a sacred tree of India; its soft and aromatic wood is known for its soothing and purifying effects. It is ideal to meditate. Made in: Nepal Technical characteristics: 108 beads ± 7 mm
Mala in Sanskrit means garland and originated in India.
For Tibetans, yak bone represents purity, strength and courage. So the bone malas are used to tame negative and painful energies. The color white is associated with the deity Chenrezig, the Buddha of compassion whose benevolent gaze protects us.