Ajna Chakra

ID: 5043

Ajna Chakra

6.5mm Lapis Lazuli, Sodalite and White Moonstone 108 bead mala with a silver yantra pendant, hand knotted in Cotton thread with an adjustable chinese knot.


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    About this Product

    The Ajna Chakra is also known as the Third Eye Chakra. It is a great intuition chakra. It helps us see things that we may not believe exist.

    This mala bead necklace is traditionally used as a tool for mantra chanting and meditation. Today we also wear them as yoga jewellery and healing jewellery.

    Each crystal bead in this mala has metaphysical therapeutic qualities that benefit the wearer.

    Crystal Healing Benefits

    Lapis Lazuli: Truth and Self Reflection

    Sodalite: Logic and Intuition

    White Moonstone: Self Discovery and Insight

    This mala was hand strung by us in New Delhi, India in cotton thread with an adjustable chinese knot.

    This mala also comes in a Khadi (organic cotton) pouch which is block printed with vegetable dyes and sewn by our friends SEWING NEW FUTURES, an NGO that provides skills trainings to underprivileged young women in New Delhi.

    Yes! We support local artisans all around India.

    Yes! We support fair trade.

    Yes! We believe in non-violence and compassion.

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    Care Instructions

    A mala was traditionally seen as a sacred object and not shown to anyone. Today we like to wear and absorb the healing vibrations of the crystals, but remember that this is still a sacred object. Treat your mala like you would treat a photo of your teacher, with care and respect.

    Our malas hand knotted on 100% quality thread. Please do not put your mala in water as it will weaken the thread and may cause it to break.

    Certain crystals will loose colour if placed in direct sunlight. Protect your mala in the cloth pouch provided.

    Crystals absorb vibrations and it is a good idea to cleanse them once a month either with smoke from incense or by placing your mala under the rays of the full moon outside or on the windowsill.