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Blue Green Tibetan Chrysocolla Snakeknot Mala Beads

Original Price: $124.95 $99.95 Excluding of shipping charges
  • Condition : New
  • Available Date : Jun 13, 2018
  • Dimensions : 30 x 30 x 0.5 INs
  • Weight : 5.00 OU

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    Location : Florida , United States
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8mm Chrysocolla Mala Prayer Beads, Tibetan style with and silver markers, finished with a special cloisonne 12mm guru bead, adjustable Snakeknot and bead adornments. We use bead cord or cable made out of long lasting materials, authentic three holed head or guru bead, "guru, parent or mother bead” completed with a finely finished adjustable skipknot, also known as a Tibetan Snake Knot. All malas come in a gift box!

Chrysocolla is a gemstone-quality hydrous copper silicate, often forming with traces of copper salts, iron and manganese oxides. Chrysocolla belongs to a very small group of copper-bearing gems which also includes Malachite, Azurite, Larimar, Oregon Sunstone, Paraiba Tourmaline, and Turquoise. Chrysocolla is most famous for its alluring, vivid blue to green cyan color, which is owed to the presence of copper impurities. Chrysocolla is found worldwide, though significant sources include the Congo (Zaire), Israel, Australia, Peru, Chile, Mexico, and in the United States (Arizona).

Chrysocolla: Associated with tranquility and peace, intuition, patience, and unconditional love. It is thought to offer gentle and soothing qualities.

Traditionally, the beads are used during meditation. In the process of quieting your mind, complete concentration may not come easily at first. Mala prayer beads help you keep your focus while chanting mantras. A "mantra” is somewhat similar to words of affirmation. You can say an encouraging phrase or series of phrases to connect you to either your higher self, or higher power. Hold the beads in your left hand and feel their energy as you meditate. Beginning after the previously mentioned guru bead, move your fingers along the string after each chant until you’ve completed the circle. Once you’re finished, you should feel connected. Enlightened. Free.

WHY 108?
A "mala” is a string of 108 beads, including a "guru bead”, which is noticeably different from the others. The traditional malas have 108 beads, the number of beads can vary depending upon the particular sect of Buddhism, the guru beads and markers are not included in the 108 beads. People often ask why 108? Well the most commonly stated and accepted reason is as follows: 1 represents the Source, the higher truth or the universe, 0 stands for humbleness, emptiness, and the willingness to learn. Finally the number 8 is related with infinity, eternity and timelessness.

So why are there 108 beads specifically on a mala? In ancient Vedic tradition, 108 was the number of existence itself. This sacred number is seen all over Indian culture, from 108 sacred yogic texts to 108 sacred sites throughout the country, and 108 marma points (or sacred sites within the body). Highly attuned to the chakra system, the ancient Vedics also identified 108 lines of energy converging into the heart chakra.

108 beads is said to represent the following formula: 6 x 3 x 2 x3 = 108 6 senses of a human being: sight, sound, smell, taste, touch, thought 3 times: past, present, future 2 conditions of heart, mind or intention: pure or impure 3 disturbing emotional states or "kleshia”: like, dislike, indifference.

On an even larger scale, the Vedics calculated the Sun’s diameter to be precisely 108 times that of the Earth’s diameter, expanding the sacredness of this number vastly into the universal realm. And it wasn’t just the Vedics who identified this sacred number; in Islam, the number 108 refers to God, and in Judaism, 108 is related to the word "chai”, meaning "life”.

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Last updatedJul 07, 2018

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