Malas, necklaces, bracelets
Necklaces mala can be made of wooden beads, seeds, semi-precious or precious stones or gems. The mala consists of 108 beads. The number 108 is a sacred number in many cultures, especially in the Hindu tradition. The number comes from the multiplication of 12 “astrological houses” on 9 planets. Every mala also has a Guru bead or tassels which remind us of the teachers in our lives.
Traditionally, the mala is held between the thumb and middle finger and so each bead passes through the finger and thumb. In doing so, the mantra is uttered either silently or aloud. The strongest mantras are said to be those that are silently repeated in the mind. We do this until we reach the Guru's bead or tassels, then turn mala and the process continues until the Guru beads or tassels are not reached again. Repeating the mantra in this way is a great way to calm the mind and keep the thoughts in our daily lives (whatever that applies to each of us, regardless of culture or religion).
The power of the mala's necklace cannot be denied. We can quickly notice its positive effects. Try and find your Mala necklace that will eliminate your worries. We all know stress, restlessness and fear - but with a suitable mala necklace you will always be able to have some calmness with you and in a beautiful shape!
For those who prefer a wrist ornament and a small piece of symbolic jewelry, they can use bracelets (made of semi-precious stones or wooden beads) as an accessory for meditation and everyday wear. These often represent an amulet that protects us and lifts our mood.
Semi-precious stones or crystals with their colors, shapes and unusualness attract our attention and enchant us with their natural beauty. Due to the beautiful creation created by nature, crystals have been attributed miraculous power since time immemorial. Each crystal is supposed to emit its own vibration, which has a beneficial effect on the flow of energy, improves mood and well-being.