31% off your entire order + FREE shipping to U.S. and Canada! Use Code: WEEKEND31

GENUINE STONES
WORLDWIDE SHIPPING
100% SATISFACTION
An Item Was Added To Cart!
X

Use Code GET5NOW to save 5%

Continue Shopping
They did not disappoint!
Verified Purchase

I've been looking for something special to wear to remind me that I am whole, powerful, and able. When I saw this Clarity Necklace at Tiny Devotions I knew this is what I wanted! They did not disappoint!

I love purple
Verified Purchase

Beautiful purple color - vibrant and classy. Amethyst is my birth stone and I am a sucker for just about anything you guys make that's purple. :-D

Breathe only good things.
Verified Purchase

Breathe only the good things in. Negativity out. Love my Inhale bracelet. Thanks, Tiny Devotions!

Continue Shopping

What are Mala Beads?

Posted by katelyn on

Mala is the Sanskrit word for garland. While simply being in the presence of these Mala Beads or Malas as they are called for short is powerful, these magical beads are commonly used in the spiritual practice of Japa Meditation. Malas have 108 beads to count while reciting, chanting, or repeating a chosen mantra or intention. They are also deeply devotional and can be used in the repetition of sacred names or words like Om, Om Shanti Shanti Shanti, I am Love, I am Peaceful, etc.

What-Are-Mala-Beads-Tiny-Devotions-108

When we select a word or series of words to repeat in the form of a mantra, we’re affirming it to ourselves, allowing its meaning to sink below the surface into our subconscious, helping to shift negative vibes into positive ones. Simply the practice of asking the universe for what you want is the first step to making it into fruition.

Malas can and should be worn by anyone and everyone. They’ve beome a beloved and
intentional statement piece, inspiring their wearers to connect deeply with their inner being. They are known for their unique appearance, vibrational healing properties and ability to serve a daily reminder to live a more intention based life.

Our Malas have 108 beads, made out of Rudraksha seeds, Sandalwood or Rosewood, plus one guru stone made out of a beautiful crystal known to have many healing properties.

The 109th guru stone symbolizes gratitude and our connection to the divine. It is a way to say thank-you to all the yoga teachers, friends, family or guides who have helped us on our path to enlightenment (or at least knowing ourselves more). We also use the Gemstone Guru to set specific intentions and goals.

Mala-Beads-Infographic-What-Are-Mala-Beads

 

The post What are Mala Beads? appeared first on Tiny Devotions.


Older Post Newer Post