Machali Mala – 108 Jasper Mala Beads
This elegant mala is made from 108 African map jasper mala beads. This gemstone makes this mala excellent for protection and for enhancing one’s ability to relax. These Buddhist prayer beads can be used in meditations that focus on tranquillity, comfort, wholeness, healing, and gentle endings to difficult situations. A Tibetan silver guru marks the beginning and end of the mala beads. Silver and cream wood are used at 21 and 21 to bring out the delicate taupe undertones of the linen colored African map jasper mala beads.
Gemstone African map jasper is believed to strengthen our ability to stay protected and remain relaxed. Meditation with African map jasper can help promote tranquillity and comfort. We recommend this mala for anyone whose yoga practice focuses on tranquillity and comfort on and off the mat.
The sacred guru bead is a Tibetan silver bead. It is light to wear and gives the piece an elegant focus point. It has a smooth finish and is calming to touch.
This mala makes a lovely necklace or can be wrapped as a Buddhist bracelet off the mat. Keep it with you throughout the day as a reminder of your intentions and practice.
This mala comes with a velvet mala bag. A note card explaining the properties of the mala beads is also included.
Number of Mala Beads: 108
Meditation Marker Beads: 2 at 21 and 21
Size of Mala Beads: 8 mm
Full Width: 1″
Sacred Guru: 3/4″
Gemstones: African Map Jasper
About the Mala Beads Design
The design of this mala was made for those seeking luxury, comfort, and relaxation. It is designed in linen for Spring 2013. The stones were selected deliberately for their ability to improve tranquillity. The guru bead is a smooth Tibetan silver artisan crafted guru. It is well proportioned with the mala beads, and it offers an elegant and natural focus point. The mala beads are strung on premium wire. The colors of this mala are earthy, warm, and luxurious. Adequate spacing is given between each stone for ease of use during meditation. This mala was inspired by a Safari in Ranthambhore, India and an encounter with Machali, the oldest Bengal tigress of the world.
We wish you peace and enlightenment as you go forward in deepening your practice.
Do you have a custom request? Please contact us and we would be happy to accommodate it.