Info Malas

Detailed information about malas and healing stones can be found here.

What are chakras?

Chakras means wheels in Sanskrit. Moreover, they represent energy centers. Accordingly, the chakras are responsible for the distribution of life energy.

Consequently, they distribute them and also transform the life energy. In other words, they can amplify it. Each chakra is assigned a color. But also scents and some foods can influence chakras. In addition, certain body regions and healing stones are said to have special healing powers. Not long ago, scientists discovered that the 7 chakras resemble the 7 main nerve ganglia of the spine.

What are malas?

Furthermore, the word "mala" in Sanskrit means "rose garland". Originally, malas come from India. But it was also passed from Buddhism and Hinduism to Islam at the time of the Crusades, and from Islam to Christianity. The malas, sometimes called rosaries, are used to count mantras.

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The information given on the following pages is purely metaphysical in nature and in no way medical. Crystal healing is not an independent therapy, but part of a holistic approach to healing. The information provided here, serves as an orientation. However, we do not give any guarantee regarding the mode of action. In addition, we clearly exclude any kind of liability!

How to use a mala?

When we repeat mantras, that is, when we repeat or chant the same syllables over and over again, we can count the number of times we repeat them by looking at the beads. By repeating the mantras, it is easier to reach a meditative state. Usually a mala has 108 beads. There are also Malas with fewer beads, but the number of beads is usually divisible by 3. The stones you find in our store are real healing stones from India. They are still processed by hand. Nowadays Malas have besides their actual purpose (to count the mantras) also a decorative. Often they are used as jewelry. Malas have a certain magic, and they are also said to protect the wearer.

When do malas work?

Healing stones do not always work immediately. Give yourself and you at least 7 days. Wear it close to you e.g. in your pocket or around your neck. Some malas should also unfold their effect if you put them under your pillow.

Care of your Mala:

Since they are natural stones, they do not like excessive sunlight. Neither do sweat, perfumes, and body creams and body oils. Especially turquoise healing stones and the rainbow moonstone, labradorite and amazonite are sensitive.

To be safe, it is best to clean your Mala only with lukewarm water and possibly a little soap or shampoo. Best you see for details under the respective product.

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