Rosewood Mala Prayer Beads – With Dorje Counter And Coral
The rosewood mala prayer beads come with Dorje metal counters strung on red tassels. The 108 beads are genuinely made from dark auburn rosewood, designed to alleviate anxiety, strengthen prayer/mantras, and improve meditation. The tassels are created so the user has something to touch against every bead while counting to maintain focus. It adds to the overall weight of this necklace too. On both sides, spacer beads made from red coral make a smooth effect to the touch. If you wear the rosewood mala beads on your wrist or neck, you can have a nice spiritual yoga accessory. Since rosewood is linked to heart Chakra with feminine, healing energy, you can use it for rejuvenation or a gift for a special someone.
History of Mala Beads: A mala, short for Japamala (means garland in Sanskrit), is a necklace composed of prayer beads that originated from different traditions like Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism, Buddhism, and Shintō for the spiritual activity called Japa in Sanskrit. Most malas have 108 beads, but others have the 109th bead. This special bead has a unique color or size, sometimes has a tassel and other attractive beads that have been used in chanting, reciting, and repeating a prayer, mantra, or a deity’s name.
- Rosewood Beads
- Detailed metal counter
- 108 elegant beads