What are Mala Beads?
Mala beads are a string of beads traditionally used in prayer and meditation. They are also a beautiful reminder of our intentions.
Malas can be made from gemstones that match the intention of your practice, and often malas are placed in shrines as a reminder of affirmations. Malas are also referred to as mala beads, Buddhist beads or Buddhist prayer beads.
There are several mala styles. Some malas are made with only 108 beads, a guru, and/or a tassel. Our mala rings and bracelets come in various counts of auspicious numbers for use in shorter meditations.
Mala beads have been used in Buddhism and Hinduism for centuries. Buddhists malas are often made up of different types of wood, such as sandalwood and rosewood. In Hinduism, you will find malas made with rudraksha, which is considered a very holy and protective seed.
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108 + 1 Mala Beads
Handmade with love, worn with intention. Our malas have 108 beads made out of sacred rudraksha seeds, sandalwood or rosewood & one guru stone made out of healing gemstones. The 109th stone symbolizes gratitude and our connection to the divine.
The Original Healing Gemstone Guru Mala
Our signature gemstone gurus are used for their unique energies, healing properties and colors to support and strengthen your intention. Choose your mala to symbolize the strength of your intention and attract the energy you need to live from less habit and more intention.