Mala rannerengas - rodoniitti, harmaa kvartsi ja sulka
Elastic mala/bracelet with 21 beads of rhodonite & grey quartz and a feather charm.(*)
Rhodonite promotes love and compassion and is therefore a powerful healer for both emotional and physical wounds. In addition, it is a good "accident first aid" stone that soothes and helps keep a cool head during shocking or extreme events.(**)
Grey quartz purifies negative energies and helps balance relationships. It is known to aid recovering from fatigue and recharging your inner battery.(**)
Spiritual and symbolic meaning of the feather
It is a common belief within different religions that the feather symbolises overall spiritual evolution.The feather represents strength and growth, as well as hope and freedom. The feather symbolises faith in ourselves and the universe. As a human, we often fantasise about spreading our wings to fly and feel free. In Christianity, the feather symbolises the connection with heaven.
A mala originally is a hinduistic and buddhist tool for prayer and meditation. It is used to count mantras during meditation. A mantra is a collection of words, often from Sanskrit, which is repeated several - traditionally 21 or 108 - times. While repeating, you focus on the meaning and vibration of the words, possibly combined with the accompanying visualisation. By training in a meditation practice like this, your thoughts come to rest and your body relaxes. Nowadays, a mala is also worn as a fashion accessory.
* This product is nickel, lead and cadmium free; meaning therefore that such elements are not present or in the limited quantities allowed within the European product safety standards.
** This information has not been scientifically proven; it is based on experiences of users and therapists. Any healing properties outlined are in no way meant to replace diagnosis or treatment by a qualified therapist or physician. If in doubt about your health, consult a physician.
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