Wear or hold this mala with the power of intention for it bears the seeds of healing. The lotus takes root in the muddy depths. Transcending its environment, it emerges pure and unsoiled, blossoming into a beautiful, fragrant flower. The lotus is a symbol of our own original nature, which is pure and radiant. May this mala serve as a reminder to persevere through life's murkiness and difficulties as you blossom into the fullness and beauty of your own wise and compassionate heart.
8mm, 108 beads. 25" l (not including tassel). Gift box.
Please note: Seed malas, like lotus seed and bodhi seed, expand and crack when they get wet. We suggest that you remove your mala before showering.
Behind The "Mala"
Mala means “garland” in Sanskrit. Stretchy wrist malas are often worn as a reminder to practice mantra at all times. Stretchy wrist malas may vary in the number of beads but may still be used for mantra practice. Wearing a stretchy mala is especially convenient for a person who is ill and would like to recite mantra in bed; the stretchy wrist mala is always right there on their wrist. Many people wear stretchy malas as a reminder to be mindful.