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Koi Kyanite Mala

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Koi Kyanite Mala

80.00
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all chakras, especially sixth/third eye and fourth/heart chakras:  kyanite: psychic ability, aides in removal of blockages between energetic and physical bodies, aides in creating new neural pathways in brain, empathy, past life recall

Affirmation: I cross the inner bridges which lead to my growth, opening to the etheric realms, the world of nature, and the land of the heart."  Simmons & Ahsian

6mm kyanite beads, brass spacer beads, jade koi fish

length: 33.5" + 2.75" guru bead and jade koi pendant

 

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all chakras, especially sixth/third eye and fourth/heart chakras:  kyanite: psychic ability, aides in removal of blockages between energetic and physical bodies, aides in creating new neural pathways in brain, empathy, past life recall

Affirmation: I cross the inner bridges which lead to my growth, opening to the etheric realms, the world of nature, and the land of the heart."  Simmons & Ahsian

6mm kyanite beads, brass spacer beads, jade koi fish

length: 33.5" + 2.75" guru bead and jade koi pendant

 

Awaken Malas are made from gemstones and crystals which resonate with a specific energy center in the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual body.  You may wear the mala and simply benefit from the stones healing energy or you may wish to practice japa with a mantra or intention strengthening the vibration of the healing energy.

The Malas for sale on this site are a few examples of my designs and the stones I use.  I would love to work with you to create a unique custom made mala that resonates with where you are on your Life's Journey !!  Please feel free to conact me at:  maryellen@awakenvt.com

Mala is a Sanskrit word meaning “garland”.  A mala is a set of beads used for keeping count while chanting or mentally repeating a mantra, prayer, name of a deity or an intention.  This practice is known in Sanskrit as japa.  Touching each bead of the mala as you chant helps to focus on the meaning or sound of the words rather than counting repetitions.  Typically a mala has 108 beads, this number having special significance in Hindu and Buddhist traditions.