A mix of Garnet, Carnelian, Labradorite and Rudraksha.

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Durga, the fierce warrior goddess is an incarnation of the divine Mother Goddess. Depicted with multiple arms holding differing weapons and riding a lion which symbolizes Will and Determination- aspects which she has complete control over.

She is also often seen slaying the evil buffalo demon Mahishasura. Thus, Hindus believe that goddess Durga protects her devotees from the evils of the world and at the same time removes their miseries.

108 bead mala comprised of the following stones and their properties:

Garnet:  Personal Power, Creativity and Passion; works with the Root (1st) chakra.

Carnelian: Courage, Vitality and Motivation; works with the Root (1st) and Solar Plexus (3rd) chakras.

Labradorite: Intuition and Perseverance; works with the Third eye (6th) chakra.

Rudraksha: Traditional seed used in malas, known to calm tension and give clarity to voice.

Garnet pendant studded in 92.5 silver

Red glass guru bead, bronze separator beads, strung on high grade thread with ahimsa silk tassel


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Weight 55 g


Lokah Samasta, Sukino Bhavantu.
May all beings be happy.
May all my thoughts, words and actions contribute
in some way to the happiness of all beings.
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  • OM NA MA SHIVAIYA*** is the sacred chant of the Indian God SHIVA- he is also the God who founded Yoga mythologically. In our GORAKSHANATHA mala seen here- is the Sanskrit chant stamped into 92.5 silver pendant.
 Chanting the name of SHIVA :
Na is the Lord’s concealing grace, Mah is the World. Shi is for reverence to the Lord, Va is His revealing Grace, Ya is the Soul. 
Om Namah Shivaya is known as the great redeeming mantra and means “Reverence to Shiva” or “I bow to that which I AM becoming”. Shiva is the Supreme Reality, the inner Self. It is the name given to consciousness that dwells in all. 
Chanting to Shiva allows all other false, or no longer needed constructs to fall away, to be destroyed, so that we stand rooted in the strength of our true foundation. 
This mantra turns the intellect within to face itself and see its ignorance. Repetition of this chant will expand your consciousness, increasing your wisdom and purifying your soul.
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  • Setting an #Intention for your #Mala

What is an Intention?

An intention is a positive thought about what you might want or need in your life right now. Intentions are very personal and relate to what you want to manifest in your life at this specific time.

An intention is like an energy pattern that you transmit either vocally or by thought into your crystal mala.

Intentions can be relate to your health, mental states, work life, love life…basically any aspect of your life where you would like to work towards your specific goals.

Your intention should promote being active, working towards something. For example it should start with the words;

I am…

My intention is…

I will…. READ MORE ON OUR WEBSITE http://www.mahamala.com/setting-an-intention-for-your-mala-2/
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  • LOVING the #TrueYouJanuary challenge! Are you participating? *****Day 13 of #TrueYouJanuary. The focus of this week is Release. Releasing what no longer serves us using detoxifying asanas like twists. Releasing fears with asanas like hip openers. Today's Pose - Tree Pose / Vrksasana. Place your foot into your opposite thigh - eventually trying to press your heel into your groin, toes pointed down to the Earth. Continue to lengthen through your tailbone. The key to this pose - is pressing with your foot and resisting with your opposite thigh. Have fun with your hands and variations. You can be friends with a wall for this pose! Stay here for a few breaths or a few minutes. Smile. ✨ Today's Intention - Ask yourself What Can I Let Go Of To Find My Truth? Post one thing you would like to let go of. ✨ One thing I would like to let go of is time. I find when I am not balanced - time is not my friend. I feel like I don't have enough time in the day to do what I would like to do. Sometimes I feel like time is slipping away. And other times I feel like I have too much time and don't know what to do with myself. So clearly there's in flux in my thoughts and an imbalance when it comes to time. When I am balanced - I get everywhere on time, I'm mindful of my time, and the worry is non existent. Lesson - work on staying in a balanced place and be present. ✨ Check out all the hosts for their take on this intention and pose @yogawithsteff @asha_aum @alleeesonnnn and @karma_bhakti. Click on the photo to follow our sponsors and tag your photos #TrueYouJanuary so we can be a part of your journey! Namaste.
  • Excited to take part in he #TrueYouJanuary challenge with our hosts @asha_aum @yogawithsteff @karma_bhakti @alleeesonnnn !! 😃 From us here at Maha Mala the fabulous prize is a DURGA mala - see the bright red pic? Yep that's the mala prize! So TAG a friend who might want to win some fab prizes!! @rachelyogi @autumn_rae @marietteabsolutebliss @soulamit @wearerootus @bramasutra
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  • Beautiful illustration of #Shiva the Indian mythological God of Destruction, he is also the God who is a Yogi- he sits on a tiger skin and meditates- he represents ever eternal #consciousness. He destroys this world so it can be created again by Brahma. His consort is #shakti the female divine energy and her many manifestations. We love him cause he rocks our world! #shivashambo #mahadeva #destroyer #indianmythology #indiangods #mahamala #yogagod #yogi
  • For those who love #GANESHA : Ganesha is the easily recognized elephant headed god- one of the most popular Gods worshipped all over #India. Ganesha is the remover of obstacles and lord of #success. The elephant head of Ganesha symbolizes the Atman (soul) and his human body Maya (the reality of human existence). Ganesha is also the destroyer of vanity, selfishness and pride | Our Ganesha mala features a cute little silver pendant that can hang either at the nape of your neck or as the front facing pendant. | 👉 see it online here : http://www.mahamala.com/product/ganesha/ | pst.... It's on #sale too! | #malabeads #ganeshamala #108 #108beads #xmassale #getitnow #discount #madeInIndia #MahaMala
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