Collection: Mindful Malas

Mala beads have been in use for thousands of years, with the earliest examples dating back to the 8th century B.C. Before the Rosary was on the radar.

A Mindful Mala is a strand of beads used for keeping count during meditation.

Mindful Malas can serve as a reminder of what we are working towards on our personal journey; our intentions and our hopes and dreams.

Mindful Malas can be worn as a beautiful token of an intention you have set for yourself.

Most importantly, it is a tool focusing your awareness and concentration during your spiritual practice, meditation, prayer or reflection. 

Also, if you wear your Mindful Mala throughout the day, it serves as a constant reminder of your intentions.

“you can simply wear them as a reminder of personal intention you've set, or when seeking a calmer mind, body, and spirit.”

Mindful Malas are all handmade  using authentic gemstones, rudraksha seeds and sandalwood. Each hand knotted and blessed.

Mala beads traditionally have 108 beads. The largest bead, in the center, is known as the guru. Malas are traditionally finished with a tassel.

Overhand double knotting allowing each Mindful Mala a true sign of a traditional craftsmanship.

The Guru Bead is the bead that the tassel attaches directly to. 

It signifies the end of one round in the prayer circle. 

When strung on a necklace, the Guru Bead is often the 109th.

Mala Beads are commonly finished with a tassel, often made of silk or cotton. 
The tassel represents connection to spirit, or your highest truth; it represents our connection to the divine and to each other.