I am whole. Everything I seek is already within me. I am connected to my inner wisdom and feel grounded.

 

Labradorite: Labradorite (also called Spectrolite) is considered by mystics to be a stone of transformation and magic. It is purported to help provide clarity and insight into your destiny, as well as attract success. It is used in metaphysics for dream recall, and finding ways to use dreams in daily life. Mystically, energies of stress and anxiety are said to be reduced by labradorite, possibly due to its energy of self-confidence. Labradorite is said to increase intuition, psychic development, esoteric wisdom, help with subconscious issues, and provide mental illumination.

 

Lava Rock: Born in fiery brimstone that bubbles to the Earth’s surface (and eventually cools), lava rock comes from the core of the earth. It is formed from magma that has erupted from a volcano, and is associated with earth and fire elements. It is a grounding stone that can help you connect with nature. It also ignites the fire of the kundalini and increases energy. Since the stone comes from raw energy, lava rock is considered to be a stone of rebirth and shedding unneeded layers of emotional attachment.

 

Tiger’s Eye: Tiger’s eye is grounding, protective and supports during times of change. It increases self-discipline and personal power, emboldening you to step out of your comfort zone in order to grow and challenge one’s artistic and creative talents, physical abilities and trying something new. Use it as a support stone for determination and to overcome fear during exams, competitions, public performances, selling your creations in the marketplace, or presenting ideas in important meetings.

 

Wear or carry Tiger’s Eye for increasing insight and perception in unfamiliar places or circumstances, and for protection from the negative intentions of others. Tiger’s Eye sharpens the senses, helping one pay attention to details and prepare for positive action.

I Am Whole - Mala Necklace

€ 35,00Price
  • Mala means 'garland' in Sanskrit, and is a string of 108 beads that is used for keeping count during mantra meditations. You may have noticed that such necklaces are found in many cultures across the world. The rosary is an example, and is used to count prayers.

    Whether you are looking to cultivate more peace, clearer communication, more authenticity, or reduce stress, all of these things can be accessible to you through the practice of meditation. When wearing this mala ‘off the mat’, it will continue to remind you of your practice throughout the day!

     

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