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108 Natural Matte Amazonite Stone & Rhodonite Gemstone Mala Prayer Beads - Free Spirit Shop

108 Natural Matte Amazonite Stone & Rhodonite Gemstone Mala Prayer Beads


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Amazonite is a soothing stone. Wear it and you will immediately feel a sense of inner peace and balance. It possesses a powerful energy, like the river of which it bears the name, but it is nevertheless capable of taming and calming negativity and anger. 

This splendid Mala bracelet is carefully handmade with 108 natural genuine matte Amazonite and Rodhonite gemstone beads and a sea shell charm. It can be worn as a bracelet, necklace or used for meditation. Length is about 23.6 inches (60 cm) and is elastic. 

Amazonite is a mint green to aqua green stone said to be of truth, honor, communication, integrity, hope, and trust. It is said to enhance intuition, psychic powers, creativity, intellect, and psychic ability. Amazonite is often associated with the throat chakra, and as such, said to be beneficial to communication. It is also associated strongly with the third eye chakra. It is said to align the physical and astral bodies. It is noted mystically to lessen stress and self-defeating behaviors by calming and building self-esteem. Amazonite is believe in crystal healing to heal emotional disturbances and the after effects of emotional trauma.

On the emotional level, Rhodonite is one of the strongest crystals for clearing psychic wounds in the heart or mind.  Rhodonite is the Stone of Forgiveness and it will help you to let go of any pain from a past relationship with an attitude of love and forgiveness. Rhodonite helps to balance the emotions and calm impatience. Rhodonite can enhance power in those who have truly altruistic intentions.

The gold seashell pendant is a daily reminder of the beauty and power in nature.

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.