Buddhist Tibetan Beads White Jade 108+1 Beads with Om Pendant
Guiding your soul with the mala beads, balancing your chakras in meditation with the help of mantras, spiritual meditation is an excellent healer of the human body. 108 is a sacred number in Hinduism and Buddhism and most malas are 108 plus the Guru Bead. Mala beads are a beautiful tool for keeping count during mantra meditations. Malas bracelets can also be made of 27 beads or 21 beads and can be used for some mantras for balancing depending on the syllables. For example the Gayatri mantra which is an elaboration of "OM", is perfect for a dawn meditation repeated 27 times with the quartz crystal or Himalayan sphatik mala. Some Malas are made from gemstones that match the color of the chakra that you are trying to balance or energize. Yoga Malas are the affirmations of the sacred intention of your ritual, and are placed in altars as a reminder of your beautiful and meaningful positive affirmations. Tibetan Buddhist beads or Buddhist prayer beads, rudraksha beads strung with carnelian and agate, rose quartz and jade, japa mala beads have been used since ancient times.
The five faced rudraksha is said to represent the meditative powers of Shiva to focus the mind and remove the demons of desire, lust and attachment.
Agate is a protection stone. It protects from stress, from bad dreams and is said to protect children from danger.
Mala Length: appx 10 inch.The mala consists of 24 7 mm white agate beads, and 27 7mm rudraksha beads With silver om pendant and 1 guru bead. Made in thread with knots between each bead and Sumeru bead with white tassel.
Suggested Mantras for this Mala: Om Namah Shivaya and Om Sri Rama Jaya Rama.