Mala Beaded Gemstone Chakra Bracelet
A Mala Chakra beaded bracelet made with memory wire. This bracelet has 87 beads and incorporates chakra colors. There is one black obsidian bead in the design as a reminder to focus on your intent and not get lost in the mantra. Gemstone beads include amethyst, turquoise, adventurine, rhodochrosite, sodalite, snowflake obsidian, moonstone, fluorite, lepidolite, onxy, mother of pearl, tiger's eye, and jade. Please see my Gemstone Properties page for stone meanings. https://www.mymysticgems.com/pages/gemstone-properties
I can do a custom design with your choice of number and types of beads. Contact me for details and prices.
Mala beads are traditionally used in meditation and prayer. There are many different styles and types of strings. The various kinds of gemstones and the number of beads used represent the intent of the wearer. Each string or bracelet can have special meaning. Mala beads have been used as a focus in Buddhist mantra chants for centuries.
The number 87 is broken down into its two components, 8 and 7, and so it is comprised of the energies of each. The number 8 has Karmic influence and as such is a number of great balance between the spiritual and material worlds. The number 7 represents knowledge. It is a seeker of hidden truths and can reveal the true meaning of things.
Chakras are the energy centers of the body, where body and Spirit most strongly connect. There are thousands of Chakras in every part of the body, which are connected to each other by meridians, or energy pathways. This is the basis of such systems of medicine as acupuncture, shiatsu, and moxidermy, which treat physical illness by applying stimulation to the Chakra points.
In general practice however, most people work only with the seven major Chakras which correspond to the seven spheres of existence and the seven bodies. These are the Root Chakra, The Sacral Chakra, The Solar Chakra, The Heart Chakra, The Throat Chakra, The Third Eye Chakra, and the Crown Chakra.
- From Correllian Lessons for the First Degree by Don Lewis.
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