Prayer + Pendulum
Handcrafted with love
High vibrational, Reiki Charged, Mala Bracelets + Necklace's + Pendulums with real gemstones to help support your Spirit Journey + meditation practice
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A Mala is simply a string of beads that are used in a meditation practice. It is a tool to help you count mantras, and acts as a tactile guide as you sit in silence. Malas can be made of many materials — I only use authentic gemstones, rudraksha seeds and wood. Even more, I hand knot, set an intention and Reiki Charge each piece.
The tassel’s significance has multiple meanings. One that resonates with me the most is that as the strings come together as one to form the tassel, it represents our connection to the divine and to each other. I love the concept of it representing oneness.
The Guru Bead
The Guru Bead is the bead that the tassel attaches directly to. When strung on a necklace, the Guru Bead is often the 109th necklace. The Guru Bead is said to symbolize the Guru from who the student has received a mantra being used or recited, and pay homage to the student-guru relationship.
A true sign of a traditionally crafted mala, overhand knotting not only makes the mala stronger, it also provides the perfect space for Japa Meditation – a meditation that uses each bead to count a repetition of a mantra.
History of a Mala
Mala beads have been used by yogis and spiritual seekers for thousands of years to help keep their minds focused during meditation. Malas were first created in India 3000 years ago (with roots in Hinduism & Buddhism) and were used for a special style of meditation called Japa, which means, “to recite”. The term ‘mala’ is a Sanskrit word for “meditation garland.”
Pendulums are made from a variety of materials including crystals, wood,
glass, and metals.
Pendulums and how they help with healing
Pendulums promote healing with the process of Dowsing which seeks out invisible energies. This connects people to higher energies spiritually and can help locate any blocks in energy. They are used as a form of reflection by asking questions to receive guidance, awareness, and understanding. Checking the balance of one's chakras is also possible with pendulums, as pendulums tend to pick up on subtle vibrations to clear the body and balance mind, body, and spirit.
How to use your pendulum
Begin by sitting in a comfortable position and take a few deep breath, relaxing into a normal rhythm. As you’re breathing normalizes and your focus is centered, turn your attention on the pendulum. Lightly hold the pendulum by the end of its chain. Once the pendulum is still begin to ask a simple yes or no questions that you know the answer to. Observe how your pendulum moves for you, everyone is different. Once you’ve worked with your pendulum you’ll notice the yeses go in the same direction and the nose in the opposite. When the pendulum is unsure of the answer, it will continue to spin without selecting a direction.
Practice using your pendulum. The longer you work with it, the better the pendulum will learn to react to your energy.