Handmade 108 Beads Fire Element Mala
This beautiful Fire Element Mala is hand-knotted with Carnelian, Garnet and Jasper beads and a dyed Howlite pendant. You get a spectacular mala that is also a gorgeous piece of jewelry. Wear it as a necklace or wrap around your wrist for a beautiful bracelet. Approx. 32″ long
If you do meditation or yoga, this mala will help you feel connected and set your intentions. Or wear it as a beautiful necklace that will have everyone asking where you got this amazing piece.
Carnelian increases vitality, love of life and joy. Carnelian is a stone of friendship. It is a stone of willpower, creativity, drive, and decision-making. It helps rekindle intimacy and sexuality. Helps PMS, fertility, libido and menopause. Helps prevent miscarriage.
Red Jasper is a nurturing and comforting stone. It is a stone of gentleness, comfort and relaxation. It is a powerful protection stone that brings peace to endings and helps grief. It is good for working with emotional disturbances and trauma. Can assist in restraining desires that may lead to trouble. Red or Brecciated Jasper in particular is often used as a worry bead as it calms emotions and helps overcome problems before they get too big.
Garnet is good for those abused or victimized as it helps them claim their lost power. Brings hope and joy to help depression, brings light to dark.Stimulates survival instincts, willpower, courage. Ignites love, passion, sexuality and commitment, helping relationships.
Howlite reduces stress and anxiety, encourages emotional expression, helps eliminate pain, stress, rage and negative energy. Calms overactive minds to promote restful sleep. Strengthens positive character traits while reducing negative ones. Helps muscle tension, teeth and bones.
Handmade by Tay’s Dreamers
“Why 108 Beads?
The number 108 is a spiritually significant number & will always have 1 Guru bead (the 109th bead known as the Mother Bead)
1 • It has been said by Some that 1 stands for God or higher Truth
0 • Represents emptiness or completeness in spiritual practice
8 • Stands for infinity or eternity.
You can wear your mala around your neck or clasp it between your palms while focusing on your breath & tuning out distractions.
Another great way to use your mala beads is to bring it the mat with you during your yoga practice. This can help you focus and bring awareness to your intentions while infusing your mala with the energy of your sacred practice.
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