108 Mala Necklace Black Onyx, Tiger Eye and Black Lava Stone.
108 beads Hand-knotted Mala, Black Onyx, Black lava stone and Tiger eye, Yoga Mala, Handmade Cotton Tassel, faux silk thread.
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.
Black Onyx provides powerful protection, absorbs and transforms negative energy, and helps to prevent the drain of personal energy. Black Onyx aids the development of emotional and physical strength, especially in times times of stress or grief. It helps to encourage happiness and good fortune, as well can be useful in healing old wounds or past life issues. Perfect for meditation and dreaming it helps one to become master of their own future.
Black Lava Stone has been for centuries for its healing properties and energetic qualities.
Emotionally it has grounding qualities, calming the emotions. Because it comes from raw energy, it’s considered to be a stone of rebirth and shedding unneeded layers of emotional attachment.
Spiritually Lava stones are fantastic for stabilizing and grounding the root chakra. This is because of the strong connection to the earth and its creation within the center of Earth.
Tiger Eye is a powerful stone that aids harmony and balance, and helps you to release fear and anxiety. It helps in taking action, and helps you to make decisions with discernment and understanding, and unclouded by your emotions. It is known to be carried as an amulet against curses or ill-wishing, providing you courage, self confidence and strength of will.
It enhances creativity and is one of the stones that aid kundalini awakening.
* 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.
*Important ammount of incomes from all Malas are consciously used for the care and needs of disadvantaged orphan children, elderly disabled people and strays.