Mala with inlay bodhi seeds and yak bone (108)

Mala with inlay bodhi seeds and yak bone (108)

Model: ML417
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Antique look mala with 108 polished and inlayed bodhi seeds and yakbone

This mala is made from 108 real Bodhi seeds (12mm diameter), which are inlaid with pieces of turquoise, coral and bronze and 3 yak bones that are decorated with a third eye symbol

You can use the mala for spiritual purposes but it is certainly beautiful enough to wear as jewelry.
This mala improves your insight and control over your emotions.

What is the symbolism of this bodhi and yak bone mala?

Bodhi seeds are an important bringer of happiness, inspiration and devotion for Buddhists and Hindus.

The Bodhi tree was a large and very old sacred fig tree (Ficus religiosa) located in Bodh Gaya under which Siddhartha Gautama, later known as Buddha, would meditate until he attained enlightenment and thus attained the state of Bodhi.

In India, Bodhi malas are often smeared with neem oil; In addition to medicinal properties, the neem tree also has the property of being insect repellent.

The use of yak bones in making malas is a traditional practice in Tibetan Buddhism.
Bones and bones are generally often seen as ominous and dark.
However, in Buddhism they are considered a part of the infinite karmic cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth.

What can you use this mala for?

This mala with its 108 beads is suitable for Japa (recitation of mantras), in meditation for gaining insight, as a protective amulet or simply as an elegant jewel.

How do you use the bodhi seeds and jackbone mala?

You can wear this mala around the neck or hold it in your hand.
Can be combined with other malas.
Ideal for counting mantras.
Suitable for everyone.

Composition: natural Bodhi seeds, polished and inlaid with turquoise stones, coral stones and bronze, and natural yak bones
Bead diameter: 12mm
Quantity: 108 beads + 1 guru bead
Diameter mala: 58 cm
Handmade in Nepal, under good working conditions

Additional information

A personal mala is a good and useful tool for meditating; It contributes to better focus, concentration and maintenance of awareness when meditating.

What's more, if you use the mala regularly with your personal mantra, it will absorb the vibrations of the meditation and eventually the mala will feel like an essential part of yourself.


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