Passion Mala Necklace

$70.00

The three quarter length Passion Mala is made with 81 beautiful deep red carnelian gemstone beads and is perfect for shorter meditations and everyday wear.

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Carnelian mala necklace

The three quarter length Passion Mala is made with 81 beautiful deep red carnelian gemstone beads and is perfect for shorter meditations and everyday wear. This unique carnelian mala necklace has pure silver Karen Hill Tribe accent markers and a handmade lampwork glass guru bead. It is finished with a stunning handmade glass pendant with a sunburst design.

Carnelian gemstones are the passion stone. They are thought to enhance sexual energy and creativity, and they are the perfect gift for lovers.

– Three quarter length 81 bead mala
– 8mm carnelian gemstone beads
– Pure silver Karen Hill Tribe marker beads
– Handmade lampwork glass guru bead
– Handmade glass pendant
– Length 80cm + 8cm pendant drop
– Carefully packaged in a protective pouch
– Handmade in Melbourne

What is a mala necklace?

Mala necklaces are a beautiful string of beads, often gemstones, that are traditionally worn to assist with meditation. They are also worn as a unique piece of jewellery that also serves as a gentle reminder of your daily focus or intention. For thousands of years mala necklaces have been used by Buddhists and Hindus during prayer and meditation. Men and women all over the world now wear malas for meditation, mindfulness and yoga practice. With each bead a mantra or prayer is repeated to a total of 108 times. In yoga, 108 salutations to the sun can be counted with the beads on a mala.

Shorter mala necklaces are frequently used for shorter meditations and worn as a lovely gemstone necklace.

Find out more about mala necklaces and how to use your mala for meditation.

The types of gemstones used in the mala each hold a particular significance. Many people like to select their necklace according to the properties of the gemstones.

Find out more about the meanings of gemstones.

 

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