Healing 108 Beads Natural Rosewood Tibetan Mala + 10% Donation
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Natural Rosewood / Mixed Dye Beads Tibetan Malas
Let your mind be free to accept deeper knowledge and wisdom as you meditate using these natural wood Tibetian malas. Let the beauty and simplicity of nature manifest through your soul as you feel the wooden beads on your fingertips.
Healing Properties of Rosewood:
Physical-The scent of rosewood play a huge part in the healing properties it displays, which is released and awakened more with age. Its scent is used for nervousness, headaches, and frigidity. It also helps to boost the immune system because it calms the individual. Wearing the jewelry on a skin irritation also has the ability to help heal the area.
Spiritual- Associated with the heart chakra, rosewood is a compassionate and healing feminine energy; that doesn’t mean that it’s only for women! It just means it helps to accent the innate qualities of compassion and love within an individual. The feminine grace is enhanced when wearing rosewood, and intuitive health is also given a boost.
Like all healing jewelry, rosewood helps to clear the negative energy preventing you from healing yourself. Rosewood has been used for a VERY long time in the treatment of ailments, both physical and spiritual. But its primary use is its scent and calming effects.
Wearing jewelry- particularly in a necklace worn around the neck so you can smell it frequently- can produce calming effects throughout the entire day.
Malas has been used for thousands of years by spiritual seekers to keep their mind focused while reciting their mantras.
About the Item:
Product Type: Mala Bracelet
Main beads: 108 Rosewood beads
HELP SAVE THE ELEPHANTS
At Ananta Stones we firmly support the cause of Elephant Family. In particular project “Myanmar”. We'll donate 10% to Save The Elephants.
Elephant Family is a small dynamic NGO on a mission to save a forgotten species from extinction. It is estimated that there is more than twice the amount of potential elephant habitat in Myanmar than there is in India and Thailand combined. Large areas urgently need surveying, as potential elephant habitat is at risk of deforestation, especially now that the country is more open to international trade.