Mala Tibetan 108 Silver Om Beads
Beautiful Mala of 108 beads, handcrafted with Cherry Quartz, Crystal Quartz and Larimar beads.
Silver Om Guru Bead that finishes off the work, giving them a special style to accompany the spiritual path from those who seek the Truth through Yoga or meditation practices.
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Wooden box bamboo included, with "Canary Crafts" certification, so you can keep your Mala when you don't use it.
The Buddhist mala are bead necklaces that are used to recite the mantras; a practice tool full of symbolism. The bad ones have 108 beads that symbolize the 108 passions and also the 108 knowledge. The number 108, according to the tantric tradition, is a sacred number and represents the universe, hence the Tibetan Buddhist rosary has exactly 108 beads.
The beads of a Buddhist rosary are passed from left to right , clockwise, as the mantras are repeated or recited. The beginning and end of the Buddhist rosary is marked by a larger bead known as guru. Bead 109, guru, is never passed. So, when you get to the end, you start again, but counterclockwise.