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Om Mani Beaded Bracelet

Om Mani Beaded Bracelet

SKU: ommanibracelet

Regular price $35.00 USD
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This attractive, colorful bracelet is crafted of conch shell, mother of pearl, coral, copper, and brass beads. Each bead is beautifully hand-painted with the mantra of great compassion, Om Mani Padme Hum. Made in Nepal.

Small size, #J354 is expandable to 8" and fits most women. Large, #J353 is expandable to 10" and fits men. We suggest that this mala NOT get wet. Painted mantra may fade with wear.

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  • Mala means “garland” in Sanskrit. Malas have been used for thousands of years as a meditation and prayer tool by members of Dharmic religions and other spiritual followers. Stretchy wrist malas are often worn as a reminder to practice mantra at all times. Wearing a mala bracelet or necklace is especially convenient for a person who is ill and would like to recite mantra in bed; the mala beads are always right there on their body. Many spiritual people wear malas as a continuous reminder to be mindful.

    Malas traditionally consist of 108 beads plus 1 guru bead. 108 is considered a holy number in Dharmic belief and symbolizes spiritual wholeness. The guru bead is not counted in the 108 because it only functions to signify the end/ beginning of a prayer cycle while using the mala. It is also common to find mala with fewer beads, such as necklaces and bracelets. These will usually have 54 (1/2 of 108) or 27 (1/4 of 108) beads, but mala with other factors of 108 can be found as well. All malas, regardless of number of beads, may still be used for mantra practice.