Red Jasper, Ocean Jasper & Sodalite hand-knotted Mala
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Created with Red Jasper, Ocean Jasper & Sodalite crystal beads, and a fire agate guru bead.
Reiki infused. Created in Tucson, Arizona on sacred Indigenous Land.
PreSale Discount offered until mala releases on February 15th.
Red Creek Jasper Associated with the root chakra. It is known to bring balance and relaxation. It is a stone of protection and grounding. It can provide support during a time of stress and worry. It is an excellent stone for quick thinking and helps you stay organized. It is believed to promote compassion, protection, and self-discipline. It can also make you aware of the spiritual connection we hold with all living things.
Sodalite Associated with the throat and third eye chakras. It improves contact and communication with others. Helps stabilize emotions and clarifies perceptions. It can encourage peace and contentment. It unites the logical with the spiritual. Brings truth to communications and encourages honest emotions. Symbolizes self-confidence and loyalty. It is ideal for hot-tempered people.
Each knot has been hand-tied reciting the mantra Om Shanti. Meaning and infusing peace for all humankind, all living and non-living beings, peace for the universe, peace for each and everything in this whole cosmic manifestation.
Handcrafted 108 bead Mala necklaces used for meditation and chanting. 108 has long been considered a sacred number in Hindu tradition.
To use a mala, hold it in your right hand. Drape the mala between your middle and index fingers.
Starting with the guru bead (the large bead in the center of the necklace) begin counting your the beads through your thumb and index finger reciting your mantra or use it to count your asanas in sun salutations. Work through all of the beads, eventually making your way back to the guru bead.
When you reach the guru bead, pause, and take focus on your breath, this would complete 108 repetitions.
Once you reach the guru bead you can continue working back around the mala counting each bead again.