Rose Quartz: Unconditional Love & Peace

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Traditional gemstone mala- May be worn as necklace, double wrap necklace or
multi-wrap bracelet

108 8mm Stone Beads: Rose Quartz (natural, high quality, not dyed or heated)
Hand carved wooden Guru bead

Rose Quartz Properties:

Rose quartz is known as a healing crystal and the stone of unconditional love.
It’s believed by some to emit strong vibrations of love, which are thought to:
support emotional and relationship healing and inspire compassion. Along with
working wonders when it comes to soulful healing, Rose Quartz boasts beautiful
healing properties for the body too. In keeping with its theme of being a heart
healer, Rose Quartz can help to prevent thrombosis and heart attacks, improve
the circulatory system, and ensure that your heart muscles are as smooth and
strong as possible.

There’s a long history of mothers to be turning to the potent power of Rose
Quartz throughout their pregnancy. Rose Quartz is said to help protect the
mother and unborn child from problems within pregnancy thanks to its deep
feminine energy. For new mothers, Rose Quartz is a kindly stone to have close
by as it is said to help curate unbreakable bonds and lets the love energy flow
like a fountain.

Wood Properties:

Symbolically, wood has a strong connection with the nature. Like crystals
different tree species have their own sacred energy and metaphysical
properties. Their energetic potential may help to deal with stress.

Mala Meaning:

Mala is a Sanskrit word meaning “garland” or “impurity.” It is also the term
for a string of beads that has been used by sages and those with spiritual
aspirations for thousands of years. Yogis and Buddhists were the first to use
mala to enhance their spiritual practices. Also called yoga beads, mala is used
to keep count of mantra repetitions, or japa, during meditation.
Mala is usually made of 108 beads and a guru bead. This enhances the practice
of japa meditation (also called mantra meditation) by keeping count of the
number of times a mantra is chanted. Malas can be made with fewer beads, such
as 18, 27 and 54. It is believed that some holy texts say a mala should consist
of only nine beads. Hence, a mantra chanting of 108 times would require you to
complete 12 turns of the nine-bead mala.

The number of beads in a mala is associated with the aim of japa. A mala with
27 beads is used for attaining spiritual progress, while a mala with 108 beads
is used to achieve fulfillment. The number, 108, has spiritual significance as
it is believed that 108 energy lines converge to form anahata, the heart chakra.

One may perform japa with mala as follows:

Sit straight, keeping the spine erect.
Keep the eyes closed.
Hold the mala in the right hand. Let it rest on the second and third fingers.
Use the thumb to bring down each bead while chanting the chosen mantra.

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