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Seed of Consciousness Double Wrap Mala

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Our limited edition DharmaShop double wrap wrist mala is hand strung here in Detroit with materials sourced from around the world.  It is truly a one-of-a-kind design.  This double wrap features Smoky Quartz beads that stand out against the smaller, faceted, matte Onyx.  Tiny Hill Tribe silver spacers from Thailand separate the wrist mala, along with a gorgeous seed-shaped bead from Bali made of solid sterling silver.

Smoky Quartz offers a rare and beautiful transparency that draws light into shades of black and brown.  It balances the Root Chakra, an anchor in the natural world, drawing white light energy from the Crown down through the body to be deeply rooted into the physical plane.  Smoky Quartz brings strength and stability.

Onyx is worn to defend negative energy that is directed at you; it fortifies self confidence and responsibility.  It stabilizes, heals, and strengthens your root chakra so you may become more grounded and productive in the physical world.

Bracelet measures approximately 14 inches around in total.  When wrapped, it measures about 6 1/2 inches.  Smoky Quartz beads are 8mm, matte faceted Onyx beads are 6mm.  Hill Tribe spacers are 4mm, sterling seed-shaped bead it 14mm.

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    11/11/2017
    Tracy
    Hawaii

    Pretty

    This Wrist Mala is very pretty. I haven’t worn it except to try it on, so I can’t wait to see what energies come forward!!

    11/13/2017
    Dharma Shop

    Tracy, thanks again for your recent purchases and support. Your feedback means a lot to us! The Seed of Consciousness Double Wrap has a very strong and stabilizing energy that we hope you come to activate as you wear it. Thanks, again!

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