At Mantrapiece, we carry some of the rarest Malas in the world. We source most of our Malas from from Nepal and Tibet. They have been around for decades. And have seen their fair share of human suffering as well as human triumph over suffering. In other words, they have helped many practitioners in the struggle to attain enlightenment. And to say the least, each of them is charged and energized with lifetimes of spiritual power. And lie in wait for the next practitioner to help.
Mala is a word in Sanskrit which means "garland". It is a string of beads made of wood, seeds or gemstones which are strung on rope. These sting of beads consist of about 108 beads or any factor of 108, which may or may not include a guru bead.
Since ancient times, people used Malas to keep the mind focused and clear of thoughts during meditation. Likewise, people use them to keep count of mantra recitations. As well as for doing yoga, praying and reflecting. At the same time, people wear them as a reminder of their intentions. So, if you wear your mala throughout the day, it can serve as a constant reminder of how you want to live your life. Furthermore, people wear Malas as a way to express their faith to the world. Or as a form of fashion accessory.
It's easy to forget to take a moment to relax. One way to help you remember to stay calm is by wearing a Mala. Malas can also bring an abundant amount of benefits into your life. With this in mind, depending on the type of beads, depends on what benefits you can receive. Different wood, seeds and gemstones offer different benefits. Whether you're looking for a way to add some mindfulness into your life or a beautiful piece of jewelry, one of our Malas is a great option. So why not give one one a try?