Black and Green Japa Mala - Honeysuckle Prayers | BrianaDragon Creations

Black and Green Japa Mala – Honeysuckle Prayers

$40.00

Inspired by the black berries of the Japanese honeysuckle vine, these beads trail and wind, bringing you the energies of meditation, balance and wisdom.

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Description

You Get: 1 Japa Mala | Mala necklace

Features

  • Lobster claw clasp.
  • Silver plated Om pendant.
  • Uniquely designed to make counting easier. The cord is woven through the beads so that they move along the length of the strand. Begin at one end and pull each bead toward your counting hand. Once you reach the end, flip the strand over and begin again.
  • Used for meditation, to count mantras, and can also be used for counting magical chants or wishes.

Dimensions

39″ L (pendant 1.38″ L x .63″ W)

Correspondences

Color

  • Black: protection, respect, honor, meditation, banishing, grounding, wisdom, learning, uncrossing, repelling negativity, shapeshifting, scrying, contacting spirits, night, truth
  • Green: luck, health, prosperity, vitality, nature, fertility, balance, abundance, emotional health, growth, marriage, plant magic, herbalism, courage, harmony, rejuvenation
  • Silver: femininity, stability, intuition, dreams, psychic ability, removing negativity, divinity, victory, meditation, lunar magic, luck

Component

  • Steel: protection, banishing nightmares, removing negativity
  • Glass: transformation, rebirth, focus, communication, all four elements
  • Cotton: healing, luck, protection, rain magic, purification

Materials

acrylic beads, steel loops, steel bead caps, glass beads, silver plated pendant, cotton floss

 

Japa Mala necklace | prayer beads | Buddhist japa mala

 

 

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