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I’ve decided to run a giveaway this month. The prize is going to be that gorgeous handcrafted japa mala in the photo. A japa mala is a string of 108 beads used to count repetitions of a chant or affirmation while meditating. Commonly used by Bubbhists, japa mala strands have quickly gained popularity among many people of all faiths as a way to aid focus during meditation. This japa mala was handcrafted by yours truly. It contains a combination of glass and synthetic beads with anodized silver bead spacers. The spacers are an uncommon addition, but I think they add an attractive look and also make it easier to feel the separation between one bead and the next. Hanging from the focal bead at the bottom is a sterling silver Om symbol. Om (Aum, Ohm) is considered to be the sound of creation and is both a sound and symbol of great power.
To get your entries for the contest, simply complete any of the steps below in the raffle widget. Several of the options can be done once a day, allowing you to gain multiple entries into the contest. The approximate value of this prize is $20.00.