7 Chakra Crystal Stone Japa Meditation Mala

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Yoga practitioners frequently use crystal stones for mantra recitation during retreats and everyday practice. It strengthens other stones and promotes healing by expelling ill energy. It also purifies the body and psyche. They can also be worn as bracelets to bless the energy circuit of the body with the stone's vibrations. It is really advantageous for meditation. The power stone for clarity, strength, and balance is crystal stone. It has long been a favorite stone of healers and seers.
Seven chakras are thought of as energy wheels in the human body that provide us with energy. The body feels energized, focused, and grounded when these chakras are in balance and receiving proper care. 

These chakras purify our bodies and are very beneficial to our health and wellbeing. One can employ the power of seven chakra stones to harmonize the body's seven chakras. Because they have the ability to cure energetically, stones and crystals have been employed extensively throughout history. They have the ability to resolve life's most pressing problems and deliver riches, health, and pleasure. Each of the seven chakra stones has a special healing quality and ability. Others are more suited for riches and success in life, while some are excellent for settling family, money, and love difficulties. They may shield you from harmful forces and malevolent gaze.
Numerous iconographic representations of the Buddha are excellent. 

In several iconographic forms, the Buddha is effectively shown. One of the most often used iconographic depictions of the Buddha and his traits, along with other Buddha sculptures and pictures, are Buddha Heads. A Buddha's head is typically described as having a round, young, endearing, and sweet-looking visage, but there is more to them than meets the eye. The heads of Buddhas are among the most significant components of their bodies, and they are meant to symbolize the enormous wisdom that the awakened one has. In particular, a Buddha's head is sculpted to symbolize the Buddha's knowledge and the placid grin on the face represents the Buddha's serene and unruffled demeanor.
A Buddha's face is primarily tranquil; his eyes are partially closed, indicating that he is in deep concentration, and his lips are lightly grinning.

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85 g


10 × 5 × 10 cm


Mala Beads

Knot Type


  • Materials: Stone (Turquoise, Carnelian,  Lapis lazuli, Tiger eye, Fire agate, Rose quartz, Onyx ) & White metal (Buddha head & Rings)
  • Size of beads: 8 mm each
  • Number of beads: 108  excluding spacer bead
  • The mala is around 22″ long from top to bottom including tassel
  • The red cotton tassel is around 4.5″ long
  • The string is red in color with an adjustable knot
  • Handmade in Nepal.