Harmony Mala Necklace
Malas are commonly used in yoga and meditation, but they can be used in everyday-wear as a powerful accessory.
Wear a Mala Necklace around your neck or wrap it around your wrist as a chic and meaningful accessory.
*Our Malas are hand knotted from 108 real, powerful and carefully selected gemstone beads.
Materials: Burmese Jade, red sponge coral, gold-plated silver 925
Length: 84 cm
Polygon pendant outer diameter: 3,3
Bead diameter: 6mm
Burmese Jade keeps the wearer from harm and brings harmony. Jade attracts good luck and friendship. It stabilises the personality and promotes self-sufficiency. Soothes the mind, releasing negative thoughts.
Burmese Jade remains one of the highest quality variations of this gemstone known for its firmer, denser, and more lustrous shine. The Burmese Jade was the most important and sought-after historically in China and today it continues to be one of the most sought-after varieties.
This variety is particularly good for fostering love and compassion; encouraging success in business; integration of your mind, body, and spirit; and profound healing. It also helps allow good fortune to flow naturally into your life.
(Element: Earth/ Zodiac sign: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Libra / Heart Chakra)
Sponge coral is a good aid for meditation or visualisation. Coral can reduce stress and fears and combats foolishness, nervousness, fear, depression, panic and nightmares. The red coral has purifying and vitality-related virtues. Coral acts as a protector of negative energies and acts as a revelation for the field of meditation and concentration. It soothes the body and strengthens its perception capacities, allowing a better relaxation of the body and a beneficial concentration.
*Sponge corals are not on the endangered species list.
(Element: Water/ Zodiac sign: Taurus, Pisces/ Heart Chakra)
What is a mala and how to use it?
Malas can be worn as necklaces, and can also be looped multiple times around your wrist as a bracelet.
The term ‘mala’ is a Sanskrit word for “meditation garland.”
In the yogic tradition the beads are used in japamala practice to recite mantras in meditation (Japa means “to recite”).
A full cycle of 108 repetitions is counted on the mala (so the practitioner can focus on the sounds, vibration and meaning of what is being said), with one additional bead as the summit or head bead called a “sumeru”, or a guru stone, which when reached, prompts the practitioner to count the mala beads in reverse order.
The number 108 is sacred in mathematics, geometry, astrology, numerology and in many world religions and spiritual traditions.
When the number 108 appears in our life it may mean that we are about to attain a long-desired goal or achievement. The number 108 consists of the individual numbers 1, 0 and 8.
The number 1 represents new beginnings, taking initiative, and embarking on a new path of progress.
The number 0 is a mysterious one in that it represents both nothingness and eternity, but when combined with other numbers it will amplify the vibrational influence of the other numbers.
The number 8 is related to power and influence, abundance and achievement and the power to manifest desired outcomes.
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