Protective Obsidian and Tibetan Pendant Mala

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  • Our limited edition mala is hand strung right here at the DharmaShop!  It features a bold combination of Golden Obsidian and Pyrite beads with stainless steel spacers.
  • Obsidian is not only stunning but also very unique, as each stone reveals its own translucent banding.  It contrasts nicely with the Pyrite beads that are cool to the touch.
  • The main focal point of the mala is the handmade Tibetan pendant from Nepal.  It features the mantra of compassion, "Om Mani Padme Hum" written in Tibetan script.  Made of brass and sterling silver.

Obsidian is a very protective stone and is excellent for removing negativity; it is related primarily to the Root Chakra.  It is very useful to help you to let go of disharmony that has accumulated from your day to day life.  This stone brings clarity to the mind and clears confusion.  It helps you to know who you truly are.

Pyrite is masculine in nature, a stone of action, vitality and will, and taps into one’s abilities and potential, stimulating the flow of ideas.  It brings confidence and the persistence to carry things through to completion.

Mala measures approximately 30 inches around.  Obsidian beads are 8mm, Pyrite beads are 8mm and 6mm.  Pendant measures 1.75 inch tall with bale.

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    Florida USA

    Exactly as described. A lovely mala, well-made, well-worth the price. The Gau serves to remind me to live in compassionate Prayerfulness. Peace.

    Dharma Shop

    Brian, thank you for taking the time to write a review. We hope that this mala continues to serve as a compassionate reminder for you! Thanks again for your feedback and support!

    Beautiful Mala

    This Mala is really beautiful and delicate, the detail inside is really wonderful!

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