Tiger’s eye and amazonite 108 mala beads, mala necklace, mala necklace with a tassel,
I’ve made this hand knotted mala necklace using;
Tiger’s eye gemstones (6mm)
Amazonite gemstones (7mm)
A brass charm with turquoise tiny beads and aum figure (2cm)
A cotton tassel
Tiger’s eye – Harmony and balance, courage, self confidence, creativity, kundalini awakening
Amazonite- Balance, clarity, courage, intuition, serenity, truth
Each piece is handmade delicately with love and utmost care. Hand knotted between each bead, all Malas are unique and special, variation in color and inclusions in the gemstones are natural. Please take off when swimming, showering, and during hot yoga as water can damage thread.
Let your jewellery be personal for your needs and sparkle with the positive vibes while you are wearing them as elegant accessories. Enjoy!
What is a mala?
A Japa mala is a set of beads commonly used by Hindus and Buddhists. Normally it is 108 beads, but other number can also be used( most commonly 21, 27, or 54) . Malas are used for keeping count while reciting, chanting, or mentally repeating a mantra or the name or names of a deity. This practice is known as japa.
What are healing stones?
Precious and semi-precious gemstones have been used since recorded history and probably before, for spiritual, emotional and physical healing. Now, healers all over the world are using them. Healing stones are not medicine or drugs, they work very slowly. But remember no matter what you are wearing, you must always keep your mind open, clean, and positive.
For me personally….
I am a strong believer of healing gemstones power. Even if you are not a Hindu or Buddhist, you can still wear mala or healing gemstone as fashion accessories. Of course mala + healing stone makes a perfect combination.