Mala beads hold a lot of mystery, and are gaining in popularity across cultural lines. They're made in a range of different colors and materials, and while they’re used for generally the same reason, they mean something slightly different to everyone who wears them. If you’re curious about how you might be able to use a mala, you’ve come to the right place.
Traditionally used in prayer and meditation, a mala is a string of 108 beads with one bead as the summit or head bead called a guru or ‘sumeru.’ Malas are used as a tool to help the mind focus on meditation, or count mantras in sets of 108 repetitions. They are also a beautiful reminder of our intentions.
If you practice meditation regularly, you may want to consider using mala beads as a meditation aid as it is believed by many that malas absorb the vibrations of the practice. So the more you wear it, the more positive energy it absorbs and reflects back.
Malas are also referred to as mala beads, Buddhist beads or Buddhist prayer beads. Mala beads have been used in Buddhism and Hinduism for centuries and the traditional Rudraksha mala dates back to the 10th century.
Handmade with love, worn with intention. Our Mala Magick fine jewelry pieces are a powerful tool given to us by the earth to help protect and cleanse our energy fields. Made out of healing gemstones and sacred rudraksha seeds, our malas are used for their unique energies, healing properties and colors to support and strengthen your intention. Perfect for healers, empaths, yogis and everyone conscious of how their environment affects their energy.
Choose your mala to symbolize the strength of your intention and attract the energy you need to live from less habit and more intention.