Mala Necklace, Blue appetite, Tiger Coral, Dendritic Turquoise Bohemian Necklace, Yoga Bead, Meditation Jewelry

$250.00
This Mala necklace was hand knotted by Stacy using 108 genuine gemstones, in a combination of Blue appetite, Tiger Coral, and some really cool dendritic Turquoise! What an amazing combination to help with connecting with the ocean and your inner self! Malas make excellent Meditation necklaces, enhancing your experience and helping to connect to yourself. This mala neclace would make a wonderful gift for yoga enthusiasts, or just someone who appreciates current style!

40" long

►Mala Who?
A Mala is a hand knotted necklace consisting of 108 beads which is traditionally used for keeping track of mantras during meditation. Many traditional malas feature a "Guru Bead" which is added at the bottom to help you keep your place, create intention, and remind you why you are meditating. It represents the teacher. There is also a Tassel on traditional Mala necklaces hanging below the Guru Bead.
Recently, Malas have become extremely popular as they are a great style piece that can be worn by anyone! The term "Mala" comes from the Sanscrit translation meaning Meditation Garland. Malas from Hidden Jewel of the south end are authentically made using only the finest gemstones, hand knotted on nylon thread, often with a silk tassel added.

►Metaphysical Properties:

Blue appetite is prized for its apparent ability to clear confusion and frustration. Apatite is said to expand one's knowledge and ease sorrow, and anger. Physically, Apatite aids in the absorption of calcium, helping cartilage, bones and teeth; healing bones and encouraging the formation of new cells.

Turquoise is the oldest stone documented in man's history, worn as the talisman of kings, and warriors.
It is a stone that offers protection, strong and opaque, yet soothing to the touch, healing to the eye.
The most legendary of all the stones, Turquoise is the "rock star" in the world of healing minerals. From its history in ancient Egypt around 6000 BC as seen with the likes of King Tut and Cleopatra it has long been a popular gemstone. Likely one of the very first gemstones ever to be mined, Turquoise was considered a sacred stone by Native Americans, who claimed it assisted in the connection between heaven and earth. Turquoise is considered the master healer because it possesses the highest vibration of love, a super stone for healing.

Coral is often called the garden of the sea. It is believed to prevent ill fortune and bring prosperity and luck. It is quite powerful to use during your meditations, as it brings life force and positive energies.

►Handcrafted in our shop in the South End, Boston Massachusetts.