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54 Count Mala Beads
54 count mala beads adorned with rose quartz and gold-filled beads.
All mala beads have been blessed and dipped in essential oils to promote healing. Unakite (or Epidote) can be used to draw off negative energy and blockage from the Heart Chakra.
Unakite is said to lift your spirits when you are feeling down – this is the gemstone to help you to see the beauty in life. It is also used to uncover deception. It’s used for psychic ability, and meditation.
Unakite is a stone of vision. Unakite provides grounding when needed. It facilitates rebirthing, gently releasing conditions that inhibit spiritual and psychological growth.
Unakite supports convalescence and recovery from major illness.
Mala is the Sanskrit term meaning garland or necklace.
Mala beads are used with mantra to pray or meditate. Regular use of mala prayer beads can enhance knowledge of self. intution, prosperity, patience, health, raise energy, enhance communication and reduce stress.
Hinduism, one of the worlds oldest religions, is the origin of the mala prayer beads. Hindus who converted to Buddhism took the Mala prayer beads with them and it has since become part of many religions including the Sikh and Muslin religions.
Nine is the sacred number and common denominator in mala prayer beads. The most common malas are 27, 54 or 108 beads in length. The Hindu sacred number of 108, predating Buddhism, is the classical number of the Hindu names assigned to a Hindu Deity or God
Regardless of the number of beads of the mala it is important that if a mala is used to count mantras with devotion. Japa or chanting into the sound current creates Tapa the spiritual heat. It becomes Dharma, which leads to the path of God. Mala beads can be used in any religion or spiritual tradition.
One mantra- one bead. Mantras are often repeated hundreds or thousands of times at one sitting. Mantras are sacred sounds that reflect the spiritual teaching or religion they represent. The person chanting or the instructor giving the meditation according to tradition or spiritual intuition decides the Name or Names of God chanted.
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