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Malas have been part of spiritual practice for thousands of years. Used in the Buddhist meditation practice, each element serves a purpose. They are overhand knotted to provide space between the beads and repetition of the mantra. There are 108 beads, there are 54 letters in the Sanskrit alphabet, and both male and female add up to 108. The guru bead is the 109th bead and symbolizes the guru-student relationship. The tassel binds the threads together and symbolizes our connection to the divine. Malas can be worn around the neck or wrist.

This mala is made from tiger eye beads, knotted in silk with a tiger eye guru bead. The tassel is orange, and symbolizes happiness and creativity. Tiger eye is considered to be protective and grounding.


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