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natural ebony wood 72 bead mala meditation yoga neckpiece

KSh 8,250.00

this beautiful mala neckpiece is a magical piece composed of 72 natural ebony wood beads with tiger eye and hematite stones, we also incorporated Tibetan beads with om carvings within the mala for easy mantra recitations.

More than just jewelry, malas are powerful and culturally-rich tools for meditation. We don’t believe you need to be religious or have a spiritual practice to wear mala beads—you can simply wear them as a reminder of personal intention you’ve set, or when seeking a calmer mind, body, and spirit.

Use as yoga bracelet, meditation beads or Buddhist prayer beads. A gentle reminder of intention and mindfulness.

Mala beads are used in spiritual and mindfulness practice.

Malas always have 108 Beads. There are also variations of malas like pocket malas or mala bracelets and they may have 27 beads or 54 beads, or any multiple of 9, as 9 is a sacred number in Yoga. This particular mala neckpiece has 72 ebony wood mala beads.

Meditation is an Ayurvedic and yogic practice. Ayurveda, a type of traditional Indian medicine, is called “the science of life.” In Ayurveda, mediation is thought to be a diverse technique that helps you achieve a greater self. Meditation also has neurological and physiological benefits.

Meditation is meant to connect you to your deeper inner self, and it’s great for stress reduction. Regular meditation also helps you manage your emotions and attention span.

Try Mala Beads for meditation:

You can use mala beads in a variety of ways during meditation, but breath control and mantra repetition are two good starting points.

Controlling your breath

Simply paying attention to your breathing can be a form of mediation. It’s a handy one, too, since you can do it anywhere.

To use mala beads for controlling your breath:

  • Hold your mala with one hand.
  • Let it drape across your fingers so you can move it easily. Place two fingers around one of the beads next to the guru bead. Many people use their thumb and middle finger, as some religious traditions avoid using the index finger.
  • Complete one full breath (inhale and exhale).
  • Move your fingers to the next bead, breathing in and out once per bead.
  • Finish at the guru bead to complete 108 breaths.
  • If you want to do another round, just move your fingers in the opposite direction until you reach the guru bead again.
Repeating a mantra

A mantra is a phrase, word, or sound you can use to help focus your awareness during meditation. “Om” is a common one, but there are countless others.

You can also create your own mantra that feels reassuring or calming. For example your mantra might be “I am calm,” “I am safe,” or “I am loved.” The mantra you repeat can also vary depending on your current situation.

To use mala beads with a mantra, follow the same process as you would for controlling your breath. But instead of exhaling and inhaling at each bead, repeat your mantra.

You can whisper it, say it in a loud, clear voice, or stick to a mental repetition — whatever feels best.