Mala necklace for meditation practice made of Rudraksha beads and carnelian. The carnelian stone gives it a beautiful orange colour, full of vitality and energy.
Worn as jewellery, this mala will support your dynamism and motivation. It is also very suitable for the practice of meditation as this gem favours concentration.
Resonates with the second chakra, located in the lower abdomen. It is known to be the centre of our creativity, sexuality and inspiration.
Promotes courage and self-confidence, ideal for major life changes.
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A unique Mala, created by Soma on the magical island of Bali. Encouraged by her master Papaji, she is inspired by Hindu spirituality in her creations.
The mala is an object traditionally used in the Buddhist and Hindu religion as a support for prayers. It can be compared to a prayer beads or a rosary. In Sanskrit, mala means “garland”. It plays a protective role and helps to reach spiritual thoughts.
In yoga, the mala necklace is part of the meditative practice. Placed on the index finger or between the index and middle fingers, the yogi or yogini scrolls each bead one by one with the thumb, so as to repeat the mantra 108 or 216 times. This ritual allows you to concentrate on your mantras without distraction.
Even if you do not recite mantras during your meditation, the mala is a carrier of energy. You can wear it around your neck or wrapped around your wrist like a bracelet. Depending on its composition and the type of beads used, your mala may also have additional virtues.
The mala necklace is always made up of a number of beads relating to the number 108. This number has a special meaning in the Buddhist tradition. For example, there are 108 yoga positions and it is also the number of tests that Buddha had to complete before he attained spiritual enlightenment.
This devotional mala is made up of Rudraksha beads. These are actually seeds from a tree and are also called ‘Shiva’s tears’. They are the oldest meditation beads used in the Buddhist and Hindu tradition. They are considered sacred in various cultures. They offer the wearer inner peace, clarity of mind and direction to bring energy and positive thoughts.
Rudraksha beads are alternated with round carnelian beads. This semi-precious stone resonates with the second chakra, the sacral chakra. It is the chakra that directs our creativity, allows us to express our emotions and to maintain fruitful relationships.
This necklace ends with a carnelian pendant, just above the tassel. It consists of 108 fine carnelian stones and 108 Rudraksha beads. Each bead is separated by a knot on the cord.
Each mala is handmade and carries a specific energy depending on the semi-precious stones used.
Start wearing your mala on a Monday. This is the day dedicated to Shiva.
Sit in a quiet, restful place.
Place some flowers in water and add your mala.
Light a stick of incense and relax your mind and body.
When you feel serene, clean each of the beads. As you do this, transmit your intentions to them, visualise them protecting you, bringing you peace and serenity.
Say the mantra “OM HREEM NAMAH SHIVAYA OM” which represents the tears of Shiva.
Your mala is ready to be worn and to bring you its benefits.
After wearing your mala for some time, you may wish to clean and reset it. Beads absorb a lot of energy, so it is important to discharge it from time to time. To do this, place your necklace under running water. Touch each bead with the intention of cleaning it. To dry it, hang the mala outside. If you wish, you can also massage each bead with a little natural oil.
Did you know that this stone was found on the ornaments in the tombs of the Pharaohs? It was used as protection to help them pass into the afterlife. This is proof that this precious stone should accompany you in the pivotal moments of your life.
Carnelian is also known to strengthen the body and encourage acceptance of one’s sensuality and sexuality. It is associated with the second chakra and is known to enhance fertility. Pregnant women can wear this mala to protect the unborn baby.
With this mala, you will no longer be afraid to express your ideas and live them to the fullest. Embrace your creativity and let your imagination run wild.
We love wearing this mala necklace, whether it is for a meditation session, during a yoga class or simply as an accessory to enhance our outfits and enjoy the beneficial properties of its beads.
Mala Spirit – Made with love, an offering from Bali
The heart of Mala Spirit creations is the Rudraksha bead, from the Eleocarpus tree, which brings the wisdom and power of the ancient sages to today’s world in the form of contemporary malas. The Rudraksha is combined with gemstones, which are different for each piece and give it its own personality in terms of colour and chakra benefits. Each piece is handmade and blessed in Bali.
Rudraksha et cornaline
61 cm (convient souvent pour 2 tours de cou)