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All things change. This traditional Tibetan meditation mala was originally made of human bone from monks. The idea was to chant on each bead and contemplate the transitory nature of existence. Now they are made from Yaks, the hairy mountain cow that lives in the Himalayan Mountains. This is a unique piece to add to your bead or mala collection!

ORIGIN: Tibetan beads

SPECIFICATION: All the materials are natural yak bone.

Size: Diameter of bead:0.7cm Length:37cm*2, NONstretch cord

Material: Yak Bone, Turquoise, Coral

Turquoise: is a truth stone, it symbolizes the time to be honest with yourself and brings good fortune. It is one of the oldest stones known.

Coral: symbolizes life and blood force energy. Deep Red Coral is used for heating and stimulating the bloodstream.

A Mala is a string of beads used to count mantras (Sanskrit prayers) in sets of 108 repetitions.

A mantra is a word or series of words chanted aloud or silently to invoke spiritual qualities. Chanting is used as a spiritual tool in virtually every cultural and religious tradition. In the yogic tradition a mantra is a Sanskrit word that has special powers to transform consciousness, promote healing or fulfill desires.

The practice of chanting a mantra is used as a form of meditation. Sitting in a comfortable position, with the eyes closed, the mantra is repeated silently or aloud. The mind is focused on the mantra, the thoughts are let go of and the breath is slow and deep.

Hold your mala in your right hand and use your thumb to “count” each mantra by touching the bead during the recitation and then lightly pushing the bead away on completion and moving to the next bead. The index finger is extended and should not touch the mala. The large guru (mountain) bead should not be counted or touched by the thumb and is used as a starting and ending point of the recitation.

Sat Nam,
Ms. Marmie

Traditional Tibetan Mala 108 Beads Bone Coral Turquoise Impermanence Meditation