Women's Tibetan Gentle Change Mala Bracelet

$ 29.00

women's Tibetan gentle change mala bracelet made from high quality and calming white howlite, tiger's eye, grade B African opal, and Tibetan turquoise and coral bead. african opal is a stone of protection and grounding, gentleness and relaxation, tranquility and ease, and gentle change. it balances yin and yang energies, sustains and supports through times of stress, brings peace and emotional healing, and protects while absorbing negative energy. it has often been worn by healers to benefit others, and promotes stability, comfort, and calm, especially in traumatic situations. it is a powerful healer that empowers and re-aligns all chakras, and is known as the "supreme nurturer."

tiger's eye is a stone of protection, integrity, and empowerment of the solar plexus chakra. it promotes the correct use of power, grounding, stability, and prosperity, often in the form of money, and shares these attributes with all of its varieties of color. it has been used traditionally for protection during travel, and is believed to bring good luck to one who wears or carries it.

turquoise is most famous as an amazing healer for illnesses in the physical body and mental/emotional body. it is also known as a stone of protection and communication on every level. it is wonderful for the throat chakra, to encourage communication between the heart and mind, as well as to express desires and dreams. it opens the throat chakra, for clear communication, creativity, serenity, and spiritual bonding through verbal expression. it balances yin and yang, energizes, cleanses and clears the meridians or nadis of the body, and is known as the stone which connects heaven and earth.

howlite has a calming and soothing effect.


8mm stones. 18 or 21 mala prayer beads. strung on strong stretch cord with African fair trade brass beads and indonesian rhinestones. this design originally listed 3/1/2016.


Sizing Info:

small (18 bead) - fits a 6" - 6.5" wrist
medium (21 bead) - fits a 6.75" - 7.25" wrist