Magical Aura Mala
Mala Length: 38" Tassel Length: 3"
A Mala is a simple, sacred and effective meditative tool for prayer and reflection. Traditionally consisting of 108 beads, it can help to amplify intention, reduce stress and enhance wisdom, patience and health. You can use a mala with or without a mantra. Always start with the bead next to the Guru (the biggest) bead at the beginning of the mala. Then move each bead with the thumb towards the body over the meridian point located on the side of each finger, between the tip of the finger and the first knuckle. Thus, the Guru bead descends and eventually ascends to be the last bead of your meditation. As you hold the Guru bead, repeat your mantra and make a prayer.
Gemstones in this piece:
Amethyst: Amethyst is a powerful, protective stone with a high spiritual vibration. It is said to give the wearer serenity, which enhances higher states of consciousness and meditation. This stone helps bring clarity and deeper understanding by cleansing and working with the 3rd Eye. Amethyst opens intuition and enhances psychic gifts.
White Turquoise: A valued “power stone” used in amulets since time immemorial, Turquoise is said to provide solace for the spirit and vitality for the body. The stone is known to instill inner calm, aid creative expression and stimulate romantic love. Native Americans called turquoise the “sky stone” or “stone of heaven” as it was believed that the stone’s high vibrations can build a spiritual bridge between worlds and give strong powers of intuition to its bearer.
Purple Jasper: A stone that reminds us to celebrate and enjoy life, purple jasper is also said to assist in transforming relationships. It has strong grounding and calming qualities that help to engender strength and self-discipline. Like all jaspers, purple jasper is both a protective and nurturing stone that helps us connect to the earth while bringing in stability and balance.
Bodhi Seed: Bodhi seeds have a sacred meaning throughout Buddhism, as it was under the Bodhi tree that the Buddha first achieved enlightenment.