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"Courage comes from your trust in the fact that everything is happening to give you the experience you need in life. There is no life without trauma, so let the past be a bud for the blossoming of your future."

Our handmade brave soul mala is a combination of Rudraksh seeds and the healing stone amethyst.

According to Indian mythology, Lord Shiva defeated the demon Tripurasura and thereby restored balance to the universe. At this symbolic victory, tears of happiness came from Shiva's eyes. From these tears came the Rudrakshas (tears of Shiva).

Rudrakshas are used to increase vitality and concentration. They are traditionally used for meditation and cleanse the 7 chakras. Rudrakshas are high energy balls of power. By wearing the Rudraksha seeds you will feel your increased energy and at the same time the deep state of relaxation and strength.

Amethyst has high healing properties, eliminates nightmares, is considered a stone of peace, increases self-confidence, willpower, memory and self-control. The stone adorns the rings of high clergymen, whose powers it directs from the lower chakras to the higher ones, thus helping them to reach deeper spirituality. Amethyst is of great astrological importance as it is known to soothe Saturn and give us a happy life.

Brave soul Mala

  • Our malas are fair trade and handmade in India. We know the manufacturers personally and pay attention to good working conditions and fair payment. That is why our malas are not factory-made mass-produced goods, but each mala is unique and varies in colour, shape and length.

    The seeds and crystals are approximately 7mm in circumference and the mala is approximately 38-45cm in length depending on the knot and tassel which can be trimmed to desired length.
    Would you like to use the mala as a japa mala for meditation or simply as a decorative mala to let its healing powers work on you? Both are possible with the same mala. Each mala consists of 108 balls plus one on the tassel, representing Guru or supreme consciousness.

    Each mala is hand knotted and hand knotted between each seed and crystal.

    Note on cleaning the mala:
    The Rudraksha seeds were pickled in mustard oil before processing, which is common in India to emphasize the natural shimmer of the seeds. Over time, Rudraksh seeds will darken. To make the mala shine again after wearing it for a long time, simply wash it in lukewarm water with soap and then soak it in mustard, olive or coconut oil. To recharge the mala energetically, simply place it in a singing bowl or in the moonlight and sunlight for several hours.
    Mustard oil residues may initially be visible on the skin when worn.

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