A mala or japa mala is a loop of beads made with crystals, fruits, wood, seeds, bones, or glass stones for reciting a chant for a certain number of times.
Based on the practice, the material is used for the Mala.
Crystals are used to connect with deities or higher energies.
These beads are strung in cotton, silk, nylon thread, or animal hair. This practice of chanting with the help of a beaded Mala is similar across all religions with different materials.
A regular Japa Mala is of 108 beads, with one extra bead called the guru that protrudes at the joint of the Mala. It helps you to realise that one cycle of chanting is complete.
The number of beads of your mala varies based on your cultural practices and beliefs.
MOONSTONE: Moonstone is a stone that derives its properties from the moon. It indicates an increase in creativity, spiritual growth, and positivity. This stone also helps to heal and instil calmness. The soothing colour of the stone makes it a popular accessory in jewellery.
Composition: Sodium Potassium Aluminium Silicate. Moonstone is also known as Hecatolite.
Moonstone colours: White, Peach, yellow, Brown, Blue, Rainbow, Green and cat’s eye.
Benefits of Moonstone:
It helps in building inner calm.
It enhances your creativity and intuition.
It helps in Spiritual growth.
It helps you sleep better.
It helps in healing your inner self.
Remember that while many people find these practices beneficial, the effects of crystals are often based on personal beliefs and experiences.
If you're drawn to using Moon Stone Japamala , incorporate it into your routine in ways that resonate with you.
Handmade item: The beads are strung together by a hand, not a machine.
Material: Gemstone Moonstone
Size of the Mala: 16 Inches
Size of the bead: 6 mm
Weight: 44.42 gm
No of beads:108
Certified: This mala comes with a lab-tested certificate.
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