Rudraksha beads hold the energy of Shiva, pure space, and are said to have great healing power. Traditionally, the smaller the rudraksha bead, the more power it contains for attracting divine grace, helping to purify karma.
How to use a mala for japa repetition: Hold your mala with the right hand, draping it over the middle finger in front of the heart and using the thumb to move from one bead to the next each time you repeat the mantra. The index finger represents ego, humanity’s greatest block to enlightenment, so it is best to avoid using it when performing japa with your mala.
Wrist malas are available at events and programs only.
*Please note, mala styles may vary from photo. Please contact email@example.com to verify mala style.
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