Using prayer or mala beads:
Prayer and meditation practice has been used as a powerful tool for centuries to calm, regroup, heal and spiritually evolve into our best selves. Each bead is touched or held as you recite a prayer, mantra(affirmation), or sutra(intention). A traditional wrist mala has 21 or 27 beads.
Tiger’s Eye with Sandalwood, Riverstone or Onyx:
Tiger’s eye is known as the stone of enhancing willpower and grounding; it is combined with a Buddha charm which represents the Buddhist idea of dissolving our assumptions and beliefs so that we may remain open and experience life to the fullest with the least amount of suffering. Each wrist mala has 7 semiprecious gemstones, with 14 grounding beads in either sandalwood, riverstone, or onyx with silver plated or brass accents. The regular size mala is 7.5 inches and fits most wrists.
Each mala comes with a bag, mala information, and sacred intention
Intention or Sutra: I Am Open and Curious
Paired with a prayer, affirmation, or intention of what you hold sacred, the mala can be a means of generating more of what you want in your life.
Due to each mala being handmade and the nature of gemstones each mala will vary slightly. Properties of stones are legend and belief are not meant to be medical treatments. Although each mala comes with a suggested intention or sutra, they are just suggestions, ultimately, you are the only one who knows.