Handmade 108 Mala Beads With African Turquoise, Tiger’s Eye And Onyx

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Item Type: Mala Beads
Material: African Turquoise, Tiger’s Eye, Onyx
Beads Size: 8mm
Length: 96cm 

This handmade 108 mala necklace is unique statement piece which enables a wide range of healing properties. A perfect gift for yourself or a loved one! 

African Turquoise is its own unique stone. Considered a stone of evolution, it brings about great change and transformation within life. Its encouraging energy opens minds to the possibility of newness. This stone helps us to see the need for personal development, and provides the balance and confidence necessary to further the process of self - development. It will renew your spirit, energy and path in life. African Turquoise resonates with the Third Eye chakra, leading its bearer to greater wisdom. It awakens spiritual body to the highest purpose, guiding us during periods of growth and change. It initiates the pathway to a clear, focused mind. Those seeking direction to their highest self will benefit from this stone. 

Tiger's Eye is one of the most ancient stones, powerful and mysterious, an 'all-seeing-all-knowing' eye. This is the stone that can bring sharpness to one's inner vision and better understanding of the cause and effect of each situation. It supports all necessary change in all aspect's of one's life, inspiring creativity and utilizing one's talents and abilities. Tiger's Eye is a remarkable stone ally for balancing emotional extremes, allowing for peaceful mind. It provides a warm and stable energy for prayers and meditation. 

Onyx is a powerful gemstone with protective properties. It helps to shield the mind and body from negative electromagnetic energy and other harmful psychic debris. It’s an excellent stone for releasing negative emotions such as sorrow and grief, and therefor brings good fortune and helps in recognizing personal strength. 

Did you know Malas are used for keeping count while reciting, chanting, or mentally repeating a mantra or the name or names of a deity. This sādhanā (practice) is known in Sanskrit as japa. Malas are typically made with 18, 27, 54 or 108 beads.

*Since all gemstones are natural materials and each is unique, items may vary slightly in color, size and shape.