women's amethyst Thai buddha mala necklace, made with fair trade grade AA+ amethyst, chrysocolla, Czech crystal for just a touch of sparkle, and brass Thai buddha pendant made in Thailand. our knotted and braided malas™ are a new and completely original design that uses 6mm and 8mm beads with comfortable spacing between each bead for easy meditation. please bear in mind that it's very difficult to capture the unique and antique look of each one of these pieces through photographs. they are absolutely stunning in person. each piece is made with fair trade gemstones and pendants from all over the world, and Czech crystal which is also fair trade. each of these stunning malas comes with a gemstone card (if I have it in stock) and a beautiful tibetan brocade mala bag.
the word buddha is a sanskrit word which means "the awakened one", one who is awakened to reality, who understands the true nature of the mind, the world, and all sentient beings. the buddha embarked on an endless, compassionate journey to teach living beings how to see reality, how to gain true wisdom, how to free themselves, and how to achieve true peace and joy. his teaching is known as the dharma.
amethyst is a stone of spirituality and contentment that represents principles of complete metamorphosis. it is known as a stone of meditation and peace, and balances the energies of the intellectual and spiritual bodies. it opens and activates the third eye and crown chakras, and enhances serenity, spiritual insights, stability, inner strength, and common sense. it is helpful for re-alignment of energy bodies, and is said to protect from mental attacks
chrysocolla is known as a stone of harmony. it has been used to dispel negativity, and works in a gentle, harmonious way. it is believed to ease fear and guilt, and has been used for protection, especially for women. it is primarily associated with the throat, solar plexus, and heart chakras.
6mm & 8mm beads. 54 mala prayer beads. necklace length is approximately 33 inches in total. this design originally listed 4/01/2022.