The combination of Tiger’s Eye and Black Onyx gives the wearer of this mala a powerful force.
This necklace can also be beautifully worn around your wrists due to its latex free stretch cord.
Tiger Eye is the stone of protection and willpower. Like the tiger, one who wears the Tiger Eye crystal, has the patience to wait for the most fortunate moment. It focuses the mind and promotes mental clarity.
Also known as the ‘warrior stone’, it encourages self confidence and stimulates wise decision-making as well as clear thinking.
This necklace is presented in a cotton draw string bag, which is then displayed in a beautiful pinewood carved box, which makes it the perfect gift.
Inside the box is also a small information booklet, which allows the recipient to see what stones they have received, and the meaning behind their beaded crystal necklace.
Length of the necklace: 40cm approx.
Size of the beads/seeds: between 4 and 10mm
Total 108 beads
How to use/wear
A mala may be worn however you feel most comfortable wearing it. They are a beautiful piece of jewellery and feel natural to wear. The purpose of a mala is to help you with whatever intentions you set for it. Enjoy wearing a mala necklace and tune in with your personal intentions and goals while benefiting from the energies.
In Yogic tradition this necklace is use during a Japa meditation practice and is known as a Mala. It is used as a tool to focus the mind during meditation or count mantras in sets of 108 repetitions.
This Mala consists of 108 beads on a long lasting cord that can be used as a necklace or wrapped around the wrists.
This stunning piece of jewellery is presented in a cotton draw string bag, which is then displayed in a beautiful carved wooden box. Inside the box is also a small information booklet which allows the recipient to see the meaning behind their beaded bracelet. The perfect gift!
How to clean
Clean it occasionally with warm water and soap. Gently brush the beads with a super soft brush to remove any build-up. Place them on a towel to air dry.
Always store the mala in a safe place, for example the drawstring bag it comes with it or in a jewellery dish or box.