Brown Yak Bone Mala with Turquoise, Coral & Copper 9mm
Yak Bone – The yak is a highly prized and beneficial part of the nomadic culture in Tibet, however, yak bone jewelry is typically only made when a Yak dies from natural causes. This is thought to help maintain the spiritual virtue of an animal that provides for its people, even in death. Yak bone jewelry is worn as a reminder that life is impermanent and to cherish it fully. In the Tibetan culture, the people depend on the strength of the yak and use it for transportation, clothing, food and farming. It is a highly cherished addition to the Tibetan people and they value the gifts that it provides in life and death.
Coral – is an element that connects with the supra-physical layer of the aura and helps build strength and vitality within this hidden powerhouse in the body.
Turquoise – is a stone that is wise like our elders. It reminds us to love ourselves without condition, embracing our whole self as a path to self-love. It’s soft bluish and green tones match the color and energy of the throat chakra. Learning to speak our truth and align with the Divine Plan helps to create a sense of balance and serenity. It is one of the most ancient stones and has been used for centuries and in many different cultures to promote wholeness and vitality. Mainly used for purification and protection, Turquoise is a stone for communication.
Prayer Mala – A prayer mala is a necklace with 108 beads. All of our malas are hand-made and have been energized with mantra chanting. Malas help us keep track of the number of mantra repetitions while doing japa meditation. The ultimate purpose for chanting mantras is to purify the mind. When the mind is restless and full of anxiety, the true self is hidden. Japa meditation helps promote good luck, protection and prosperity. When worn, malas offer the added benefit of protecting the wearer with the stone’s energy.