108 Hand knotted Yoga Mala. Golden Royal Obsidian , Rudraksha, Cotton Tassel. Vegan Mala.


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A Mala is a strand of 108 beads, plus a guru stone, traditionally used for counting during mantra meditations, and have been used as a meditation aid since at least the 10th century.
Obsidian or dragon glass from Game of Thrones ūüėČ
Golden Obsidian (also called Gold Sheen Obsidian) activates the third chakra and aligns it with Divine will. This supercharges your ability to manifest and create success in the world. It can help in all issues related to the will, such as clearing the negative effects of abuse of power, clarifying your true motivations, and helping you express your gifts in the world.
Rudraksha for harmony in every area of life (Panch Mukhi) Wearing Rudraksha brings harmony into every area ones life, the seed awakens spiritual energy to ensure progress is made on the path to self-realisation. The rudraksha mala has a powerful vibration that awakens consciousness and deepens meditation.

It is also worn to protect against all negative energy so that the wearer feels safe and protected. Negative energies are often felt by sensitive people or as our energy perception becomes more subtle through spiritual practices, thus Rudraksha forms a kind of shield, allowing spiritual progress while keeping the wearer strong and focused, not hindered by ‘psychic’ attack.
To wear Rudraksha, traditionally means to move towards Shiva Consciousness, the ultimate truth, beyond duality. Shiva represents the source and the path to union.
Blessed for Meditation and imbibed with the energy of source, a powerful seed to always have close to the body for generating positive energy.

* All jewelry is handmade by me with care and love in my home studio using the finest gems and highest quality materials. All necklaces and bracelets are cleansed and charged with love energy, good intention, compassion and blessings.

* 20% of incomes from all Malas are consciously used for the care and needs of disadvantaged orphan children, elderly disabled people and strays.


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