Labradorite Mala Beads~JMALALAB
Individually Knotted 108 Bead Labradorite Mala Beads~JMALALAB. One doesn’t have to be religious to wear or use a mala. It is important though to understand its use and respect its significance. The beads are used in japa mala practice to recite mantras in meditation. A full cycle of 108 repetitions is counted on the mala so the practitioner can focus on the sounds, vibration and meaning of what is being said. A simple and common example of a Sanskrit mantra often chanted at the end of a yoga class would be: om shanti shanti shanti, which is a calling out to connect us with inner peace. The 109th bead that hangs at the bottom of a mala is called either the sumeru, bindu, stupa or guru bead. It is never counted among the repetitions but used as a marker for a start and end for a cycle. Labradorite can aid in uncovering unconscious and subconscious belief patterns that generate unpleasant emotional states. It can help one to become clearly aware of the source beliefs, self-talk, and egoic influence on one's habitual emotional states. The energy of this mineral facilitates the transformation of intuition into intellectual thought such that one can implement the instructions provided. it assists one in sustaining and maintaining through changes while providing for the understanding of the destiny one has chosen. It relieves insecurity and apprehension, while enhancing faith and reliance in oneself and the absolute purity of the universal harmony. Labradorite brings the commencement of recognition of one's inherent analytical and rational abilities, and says to you "Don’t forget your magic!!!". 8mm beads.
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