108 Beads Yak Bone Meditation Mala with Turquoise Counter Beads - Brown

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This mala of 108 Yak bone beads features three colorful turquoise and coral counter bead stations to help you keep track as you count or recite a chosen intention during meditation. With its smooth texture and ivory color, bone makes for a mindful material, while also reminding us of life’s impermanence. Idea for your daily practice, texture and vibrancy of this mala is ideal for your daily practice.

Each bead is used to count the repetition of a mantra or a chosen intention during meditation. The number 108 holds spiritual significance across several cultures and it is believed that with every bead counted the practitioner moves closer to the spiritual center of the universe. 

Bone is used in Tibetan Buddhism to remind us of our impermanence and by doing so, we are inspired to make each moment meaningful. These beads are made by hand and acquired with reverence and care from naturally demised Yak animal, considered sacred and powerful in Tibetan Buddhist culture. Tibetan Monks honor the passing of Yaks as a spiritual experience and beads made out of their bones serves as a symbolic practice of passing from this world's consciousness to another.

  • 8mm-9mm Tibetan Yak Bone 108 Beads Mala
  • 3 Counter Bead Stations with Turquoise and Coral
  • Made with devotion by artisans in Tibet
  • 10% of proceeds go to support Homes of Hope
  • Each Sivalya mala comes cleansed and energized in its own natural jute bag to keep it protected from negative energies and is packed in a eco-friendly gift box.



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