"Whatever you are.. be a good one!"
The Monkey is associated with playfulness!
This Mala Monkey bracelet is a reminder to not forget to hang out with friends and family and to incorporate more play time in our lives. Take time to watch out for your loved ones, encourage them, let them know you love them and that you are here to give your support.
The Monkeys display amazing depths of compassion, understanding, and bonding.
Wear this Mala for protection and as an expression of caring
Made with unconditional love in USA
8mm jet beads and tibetan yak bone and sterling silver
Jet has been used as talisman since Stone Age times. THis stone draw out negative energy and alleviate unreasonable fears. Provide protection during spiritual journeying, in the ancient times it was used to protect from "entities of darkness". It also guard against violence and illness.
It is said that the ones who are attracted to this stone are "old soul" who have a long experience of being incarnated on the earth.
Jet can facilitate psychic experiences and can assist you in your pursuit for spiritual Enlightenment. It is also said to stabilize finances and to protect businesses.
Psychologically wearing this stone helps promote taking control of life. It balances mood swings and alleviates depression, bringing harmony.
It cleanses the base Chakra "Muladhara" and stimulated the rise of the kundalini force.
- Treats migraines, epilepsy and colds
- Diminishes glandular and lymphatic swellings
- Heals stomach pain, it was traditionally used for menstrual cramps relief
The Tibetan Yak bone beads used in this bracelets are made from domesticated Yaks that have passed from natural causes. This is a reminder of the impermanence in life. It is said to be powerful tools to help us find inner guidance and remind us when the world is crazy there is an inner retreat we can go.
One of the Healing benefit, it is said to help maintain good blood circulation and for grounding. Tibetan Yak bone beads are used to honor the animals that serve humankind and to inspire practitioners to likewise serve others.