The Guru Bead

                     Most traditional Malas have a larger bead at the end of the necklace that is called the Guru Bead.  Traditionally, the Guru Bead signifies the end of prayer that have been recited – although today’s modern take on the traditional jewelry typically...

Lava Stone

               One of our most popular stones used to create our Malas is the Lava Stone – its spiritual healing qualities lend themselves to the stone to embody a connected vision of emotional calmness and Mother Earth. The Lava Stone is found from the core of the...

Meaning of 108

Malas are beautifully hand-crafted pieces made with organic stones, beads, crystals and seeds that are threaded together by vibrant colored thread, but there is more to this piece of jewelry than expected. Malas are traditionally used as meditation beads and have 108...

Modern Day Mantras

Modern Day Mantras It’s no secret that the world of hand-crafted Mala jewelry goes hand-in-hand with culturally defined mantra meditation.  Using Mala beads, one would repeat their mantra as a way to focus their thoughts and help quiet their mind; mantras are either...

Ganitri Seed also called Rudraksha Seed

The Ganitri Seed Our Malas are largely made out of the Ganitri seed (Indonesia), or the Rudraksha Tree, as it is formally called in India and Asia, and this tree produces seeds that are considered to be sacred in the Hindu religion.  Ganitri seeds are believed to be...