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The Tibetan Mâla, a Treasure in your Hands

The Tibetan Mâla, a Treasure in your Hands
The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands

A strange power?

The Tibetan Malas magnetically attract more and more people, without being able to explain it or even know its origin and its function. Wearing a Mala, as a bracelet or as a necklace, is certainly very aesthetic.
Beyond this apparent beauty, it carries much more than a deep spiritual meaning.

A Tibetan mala, what is it exactly?

Created in India, the mala has existed for many years, historians estimate its age at more than 3000 years.

This ancestral accessory residing at the heart of Buddhist and Hindu practice, Mâla is a term of Sanskrit origin which means “garland of beads” or “garland of meditation”.

It is used, among other things, as a prayer or meditation bracelet just like the rosary or the rosary.
Made in different materials and sizes.
It is traditionally made from sandalwood beads or Rudraksha seeds.
Pearls can also be made of different natural stones with multiple shades of color, giving it a whole new energetic dimension.


Each traditional mala has 108 beads...

Do you know why ??

The Buddhist Mala consists of exactly 108 beads.
The number 108 is not chosen at random.
It is the symbol of several elements, here are some of them:

The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands
🌟 1, 0 and 8: Some say 1 represents God or higher truth, 0 represents emptiness or wholeness in spiritual practice, and 8 represents infinity or eternity.
🌟 The diameter of the Sun is 108 times the diameter of the Earth.
🌟 The average distance from the Moon to Earth is 108 times the diameter of the Moon.
🌟 108 main energy channels or nerves converge to the Heart Chakra Anahata Chakra

🌟 108 feelings, including 36 related to the past, 36 related to the present and 36 related to the future.
🌟 To reach 108 breaths a day is to reach Enlightenment.
🌟 108 possible Paths to God

The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands
The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands
The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands

The original use of mala

In Buddhist and Hindu traditions, Mâla has been used for centuries to strengthen meditation and/or prayer.

It is used in a similar way to a rosary. Held in the left hand, the Mala is moved with the thumb and forefinger, moving from the outside inwards. Each stone or seed is used to count the recitations of the mantras.

The JAPA Meditation

The word japa in Sanskrit means recitation. For use in the manner of Buddhists and Hindus, you can also use your Mala during meditation called JAPA MEDITATION.

Japa meditation is therefore strictly speaking the repeated recitation of a mantra and the concentration on the sound of this mantra.

Repeating a mantra over and over again helps the mind to enter a meditative state.
You can even create your own mantras.
These will be small quotes aimed at encouraging positive thinking. For example: "I open myself to abundance" or "I fully experience Love"...

The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands
The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands
The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands

The 3 most common uses of MALA

Obviously it is possible to use a Mala bracelet without adhering to Buddhism or Hinduism.

It is quite possible to use the Tibetan Mala for non-religious purposes.

The latter can be useful to you in many ways, in Lithotherapy for example, for your yoga sessions or in support of your mindfulness meditations .

The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands

Lithotherapy and the Benefits of Stones

The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands

Strengthens the practice of Yoga

The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands

Meditation


The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands

 

 

MALA and LITHOTHERAPY

Benefit from the properties of stones for more harmonious days.

Endowed with real power, the stones and crystals used in the manufacture of the mala give it a particular energy and vibration signature.
Indeed, minerals have a subtle influence on the people who use them.
Through energies, each offers its user specific physical or psychological benefits. The effects obtained depend on the type of stone used.
To do this, you just need to wear them regularly on your skin, over a period of 21 days in order to benefit from the effects of the stones chosen.

The legend also says that it is not the person who chooses his Mala, but that it is the Mala bracelet who chooses its wearer.

Nothing happens by chance.
If a Mala particularly appeals to you, it is because it meets your current needs and intentions.


The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands

 

 

MALA and MEDITATION

Benefit from the properties of stones for more harmonious days.

The use of Mâla during your Meditations

Within the practice of meditation, the Mala bracelet has become universal over time.
It allows you to deepen all meditation practices and helps you work on your patience and concentration.
Patience and concentration are two essential virtues of meditation.

They are also very appreciable qualities in your daily life and in your personal development.
The use of the mala, thanks to the ginning of the beads, also makes it possible to evaluate your meditation time.

Spiritual accessory reminding us to return to the present moment, it allows us to refocus on the Essential.

It is the symbol of the journey of one's inner paths and allows us to realize that Self-Knowledge knows no limits.
It is the work of a lifetime.


The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands

 

 

MALA and YOGA

Use your mala as
Point of fixation during your Yoga sessions!

The Tibetan Mala can also be useful if you practice yoga.
This discipline also requires concentration and letting go.
The Mala allows you to stay focused and become a point of fixation during your YOGA sessions.
They are also conducive to well-being and relaxation.

Much more than a simple jewel, the Mala naturally brings us to a state of well-being and relaxation.
Some malas allow you to reach a state of inner serenity more quickly and greatly optimize your YOGA sessions.


A Mâla for different Uses

1

LITHOTHERAPY

2

MEDITATION

3

YOGA


The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands
The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands
The Tibetan Mâla a Treasure in your Hands


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