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EMSUM

MALA Tourmaline & Onyx (42")

$100.00

EMSUM

MALA Tourmaline & Onyx (42")

$100.00

10mm ONYX

12mm Faceted Tourmaline

 108 hand-knotted gemstones

The Spiritual and Healing Properties of Tourmaline; Basic talents the tourmaline possesses (regardless of its color) includes promoting inspiration and happiness, reducing fear, and building self confidence. It also balances yin-yang energies. Helps bridge physical with the spiritual.

 

Onyx : Onyx is associated with resistance and persistence helping the wearer manage and complete tasks with focus, will power, strength, confidence and discipline. Representing the Earth element, it's also known for balancing male and female polarity and increasing hormonal balance. The black stone is said to help with objectivity and making intelligent decisions. It's recommended during times of pain and sorrow. In addition, it's believed to help strengthen one's bone


Mala beads are mysterious and magical necklaces or meditation garlands that have been worn for thousands of years by yogis and spiritual seekers from all over the world.
First created in India 3000 years ago, mala beads have roots in Hinduism,
 Buddhism and yoga.
The term ‘mala’ is a Sanskrit word for “meditation garland.” Originally, mala beads were used for a special style of meditation called Japa, which means, “to recite.”
During Japa meditation you repeat a mantra softly, 108 times, using your mala beads to keep track.
A mantra is a word or sound repeated during meditation to help you concentrate.
Our EMSUM Mala's have 108 beads, made out of Rudraksha Seeds, Sandalwood, Rosewood or Bone with Gemstones plus one guru stone made out of a large amulet, crystal or tumbled gemstone.
The 109th stone symbolizes gratitude and our connection to the divine.
It is a way to say thank-you to all the spiritual teachers who have helped us on our path to enlightenment.