Custom Sacred Mala Necklace: Choose Your Gemstones and Spirit Animal

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Custom Sacred Mala Necklace: Choose Your Gemstones and Spirit Animal

125.00

Customize your own sacred mala necklace. 

Do you have a specific mantra you want conveyed? A chakra? A feeling? Favorite gemstones? Spirit Animal? Favorite Animal? This is where you can have all your intentions and motivations made into wearable art. 

This will be a true mala necklace with 108 beads. The animal of your choosing will serve as the guru (teacher) bead and will be handmade from natural clay and painted with acrylic paints. The beads and tassel can be of your choosing. Due to the rarity and costs of some stones, the cost may be more depending on this factor. Tassels can come in a variety of colors- you can pick or I can pick for you. 

PLEASE NOTE: I do not have an unlimited amount of gemstones and tassels, and I will place an order for my supplies AFTER you have made your decisions. Please allow a few additional days for the beads and tassels to ship to me. 

The mala necklace will be approx. 28" long including tassel. There will be exactly 108 gemstone beads, and 3 white rosewood or black lava beads as spacer beads. 

About mala necklaces from Wikipedia: 

Buddhist prayer beads or malas (Sanskrit: mālā "garland"[1]) are a traditional tool used to count the number of times a mantra is recited, breaths while meditating, counting prostrations, or the repetitions of a buddha's name. They are similar to other forms of prayer beads used in various world religions and therefore the term "Buddhist rosary" also appears.

Conventional Buddhist tradition counts the beads at 108, signifying the mortal desires of mankind. The number is attributed to the Mokugenji Sutra wherein Shakyamuni Buddha instructed King Virudhaka to make such beads and recite the Three Jewels of Buddhism. In later years, various Buddhist sects would either retain the number of beads, or divide them into consecutive twos, fours, for brevity or informality. A decorative tassel is sometimes attached to the beads, flanked by talismans or amulets depending on one's local tradition. Because prayer beads are often painted in pigment, various traditional schools attribute a consecration ritual by the Sangha to the beads, to "open the eyes" for the purpose of achieving Enlightenment unique to the Karma of each believer.

All malas are lovingly packaged. These are limited edition, one of a kind malas. Therefore, they will never be replicated because they are only made for you.

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