Divine Mala Beads


The Divine Amethyst Mala is made from 108 rare cut mala beads. These gemstones feature the range of color that is naturally found in amethyst. The guru rudraksha seed adds a traditional feature to this beautifully textured mala.

This Mala is best for:
Divine connection, purification, detoxification, cleansing the energy body and spirit

Recommended Mantra:

Hari Om Tat Sat


Third Eye Chakra and Crown Chakra

Designer Notes:

Spring is all about color. I hand selected this rare amethyst for it range of natural violet color. White quartz and iron veins alongside a range of purple create a palette of sophisticated violets. Rudraksha, the mala bead of the sages, is used for a hint of traditionalism. 925 sterling silver and hand-curated rare cut amethyst.


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About The Healing and Meditative Powers of Amethyst

Amethyst mala beads protect the aura and cleanse the energy field. They can be used for meditations to connect to the Divine. This gemstone is recommended for light workers and energy healers. Specifically, this mala is crafted with a rare cut that showcases the white quartz and iron also found in amethyst geodes. This mala is excellent for opening the crown chakra.

Amethyst is a type of quartz that varies in color from pale lilac to deep purple, but can also be white. There is a vast range of spectacular color in these mala beads and it is naturally found in the entire geode.

This gemstone is excellent for when you feel exhausted. It renews and strengthens the aura. It is also excellent to use after exposure to difficult or negative energies. Significantly, this gemstone will leave you feeling protected and cleansed. In combination with the recommend mantra, you will feel reset and balanced. Furthermore, this gemstone is considered an all-healing gemstone and as such is prefect for all healing work. It resonates well with healers, such as Reiki masters, who require protection and cleansing after working on a client. Finally, this gemstone is useful for developing intuition, insight, and clairvoyance.

It is recommended that you cleanse and charge your mala four times a year. To cleanse this mala place it in a bowl of dry rice for 3 nights. Recharge the energy of this mala at night under moonlight. Importantly, amethyst recharges best during a full moon.

When to Choose an Amethyst Mala?

We recommend these mala beads in the springtime. The cleansing and purifying aspects of amethyst are excellent for renewal. Amethyst protects the aura in a bubble of light, and is recommended as a gemstone of protection. Further to this, this mala will cleanse the energy body and help in detoxifying the body physically and emotionally. Finally, amethyst is the best gemstone for energetic spring cleaning.

Mantra for Working with this Amethyst Mala

Hari Om Tat Sat

This mala is designed to connect with the Divine. As such, they compliment the Hari Om Tat Sat Mantra. This Sanskrit mantra is found in verse 17.23 of the Bhagavad Gita and invokes the supreme absolute being, all truth, reality, and all that belongs to God. Also, amethyst is a gemstone for releasing addictions. This mantra is perfect for working with an amethyst mala as it invokes liberation from untruth into pure consciousness and wholeness.

Product Dimensions

Number of Mala Beads: 108
Meditation Marker Beads: None
Size of Mala Beads: 8 mm
Length: 21″
Full Width: 1″
Sacred Guru: 1.25″
Gemstones: Amethyst
Metal: Sterling Silver
Product ID: 0703181

Also, each mala comes with a soft cloth jewelry pouch to protect your mala from abrasive objects of a pearl storage quality. Use the mala bag provided for optimal storage and care. A note card explaining the properties of the mala beads is also included.

About the Mala Design

This is part of the Spring 2018 collection. I selected this rare cut due to its exceptional variety of color. Within it, we find the bright purples that are popular this season, including Ultra Violet. Significantly, ultra violet is the color of 2018. This mala is a play on color and uses the natural veins of white quartz and iron found in amethyst to create an array of purples. A simple rudraksha seed is the guru. Rudraksha is the mala bead of the sages. Rudraksha holds the wearer in the energy of their yoga and meditation practice. I used hints of sterling silver to add a layer of elegance to the design. Finally, the design has a tassel which includes 7 selections of purple thread to bring out the gorgeous range of purples in the amethyst

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