For the Practitioners of the Dharma, Yoga and Meditation


Mantrapiece carries a wide variety of Malas, sourced from Nepal and Tibet. Malas have been in use for thousands of years, with the earliest examples dating back to the 8th century. To begin with, a mala is a strand of beads made of wood, seeds or gemstones. They usually consist of about 108 beads or any factor of 108, which may or may not include a guru bead. People primarily use Malas to keep count of mantra recitations during meditation. As well as for doing yoga, praying and reflecting. This can help them to focus their awareness and concentration as well.

Furthermore, people may also wear Malas as a form of fashion accessory. They do this by wearing them around their necks or wrapped around their wrists. At the same time, people wear them to show their devotion to the Buddhist lifestyle. Likewise, if you wear your mala throughout the day, it can serve as a constant reminder of your intentions.

Malas can also bring an abundant amount of benefits into your life. Depending on what your mala beads are made of, depends on what benefits you receive. Different wood, seeds and gemstones offer different energetic properties.


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