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108 Natural Tiger Eye Bronzite & African Turquoise Mala Beads

108 Natural Tiger Eye Bronzite & African Turquoise Mala Beads


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This splendid mala prayer bead necklace is carefully handmade with 108 natural genuine Tiger Eye, Bronzite and African Turquoise gemstone beads. Your mala can be worn as a necklace or used for meditation. The beads are 8 mm. Length is about 35 inches (91 cm). Bracelet length is about 18.5 cm. Make your selection between the necklace, bracelet or necklace & bracelet set using the drop-down menu above. 

The Bronzite crystal healing properties are very protective and grounding, the key elements to restoring harmony, the beautiful balance between mind, body, and soul. A protective warrior stone, the Bronzite crystal meaning is associated with boosting self-confidence and infusing the spirit with the courage to follow through on actions. When it comes to life's biggest challenges, the Bronzite crystal gives you the courage and self-confidence to take the ups and downs of life in stride. 

African Turquoise a stone that brings structure, balance and prosperity where it is due. African Turquoise is a stone that hands over a key to new life with its offerings. This is a stone that awakens the soul to its intended purpose, encouraging the being to make positive impression while gaining and giving positive wisdom.

Tigers Eye is a powerful stone that aids harmony and balance, and helps you to release fear and anxiety. It stimulates taking action, and helps you to make decisions with discernment and understanding, and unclouded by your emotions. Traditionally it was carried as an amulet against curses or ill-wishing, and is known to give you courage, self confidence and strength of will. It enhances creativity and is one of the stones that aid kundalini awakening and balances the brain.

Malas are used for keeping count while reciting, chanting, or mentally repeating a mantra or the name or names of a deity. This sādhanā (practice) is known in Sanskrit as japa. Malas are typically made with 18, 27, 54 or 108 beads.