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Traditionally, the mala is held between the thumb and middle finger and as each bead is passed through the finger and thumb, a mantra or god is said either silently, quietly or out loud. The most powerful mantras are said to be those repeated silently in the mind. This is done until the Guru bead is reached, the the Mala is reversed and the process goes on until the Guru bead is reached again. Repeating a mantra in this way is an excellent way of calming the mind and keeping thought of 'The Divine' (whatever that is for each one of us, whatever culture, religion or belief we hold) in our every day lives.It can then be worn to transmit the energy of the mantra and the energetic qualities of the mala to the wearer.
The chakras are the intersections of energy lines, Amongst the attributes of the Chakras we meet two important symbols: Shiva and Shakti.
SHIVA symbolises consciousness, the masculine principle. SHAKTI symbolises the feminine principle, the activating power and energy. Rudraksha is a Sanskrit compound word consisting of the Rudra and akṣa. Rudra is one of Lord Shiva's vedic names and Akṣa means 'teardrops'. So it means Lord Rudra's (Lord Shiva's) teardrops
The Chakra Mala captures the vibrations from the energy centres in our body. The seven Chakras are considered to be points of prana (energy), and have been called the key to life and a source of energy in the universe. May be used as a meditation mala or can be worn as a beautiful necklace.
Approximate Length: 14.
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