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Mala Beads - Superior Grade Tulsi Wood

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  • Assorted Mala beads – Over 20 varieties. 108+1 bead malas.
  • Suitable for Japa and for Wearing. Wood & Seed beads for Yoga & Meditation.
  • Semi precious Stone Malas for Energy & Chakra healing.
  • Bracelet options available.
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  • 24 May 2017

    Barbara
    Ewing , United States

    Please be advised that we did send a reply (see below)and are thrilled with our Malas!
    Please feel free to use my review as you might wish!
    Peace and Blessings
    prakasini@healthandyoga.com
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    Re: Your Order at www.healthandyoga.com(D)

    Prakasini,
    Namaste
    I wanted to let you know that we received our Tulsi Malas and bracelets last evening. We are thrilled! My husband is new to the practice and excited to begin. I love the feel of the Tulsi and the spirituality I feel from them. We will definitely be passing on your website and ordering again! Thank you!
    Peace and Blessings to you and yours,
    Barb and Ron Sost
    Ewing, NJ




  • 10 Apr 2017

    Leslie
    Tamarac , United States

    I ordered five strands of malas and received them within about a week. I`m very pleased with the quality and the free draw-string bags in which they arrived. I wish the amethyst and carnelian beads were larger, which would have made japa w/them easier (the product descriptions did say these beads are smaller than the other malas I ordered), but they are still very attractive.

    Healthy & Yoga did a great job in fulfilling my order timely.


  • 03 Dec 2016

    Carol
    Thornhill , United Kingdom

    The mala beads arrived safely thank you and look very nice - but I was concerned to see that, although you describe them as being made from superior Grade Tulsi Wood, the invoice says that they are `synthetic`. So I`d be grateful if you would clarify this please

Recent Questions & Problems Answered

How to Use?

The mala is traditionally held in the right hand and used in two ways - In one method, the mala is hanging between the thumb and the ring (third) finger. The middle (second) finger is used to rotate the mala by one bead towards oneself with each repetition of the mantra. In the other method, the mala is hanging on the middle finger, with the thumb used to rotate the mala just as explained - one bead at a time. Either way, the index finger is never used to touch the mala. The mala may coil on the floor with the hand resting on the right knee or used with the hand concealed in the Mala Bag. The practice begins at the summit bead (sumeru) and continues around the loop until the summit is reached again. The summit bead is never passed over. So if you plan to do more than 1 round, the mala is turned around to proceed again in the reverse direction Whenever the mala is taken up, it automatically conditions the mind to the meditative state. The mala that you use for Mantra Japa meditation should not be exhibited and is best kept privately in a special Mala Bag. We provide the following to assist you in your meditation path.

For wearing:

A personal mala is a wonderful accessory to meditation, which when used regularly with a personal mantra, absorbs the vibrations of the practice. It becomes like a close friend or a comfortable piece of clothing!

Why use the Mala?

Meditation can be quite a tricky practice because the mind is like a naughty child. By its very nature, the mind tends to wander off during the meditation practice. If ones energy is low at the time of meditation, falling asleep can result. If the energy is too high, fantasy and distraction become the barriers. At such times, the mala provides the much needed anchor. The mala beads are moved in rhythm with the breath and the mantra, so that both-sleep as well as excessive mental distraction-are prevented by this action upon the beads.

What is a Meditation Mala?

A mala is a string of 108 beads with one bead as the summit bead called a 'sumeru'. It is a tool used to keep your mind on the meditation practice. Malas are generally made from different materials such as tulsi (basil) wood, sandal wood, rudraksh seeds or crystal. Each type of material has certain properties which subtly affect the subconscious mind of the practitioner.

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