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Impermanence Reminder Wrist Mala

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The skull in Buddhism is often recognized as a symbol of impermanence.  This bracelet is an amazing way to reflect on impermanence in your daily practice.  It is a powerful reminder to be here now and to live in the present moment; because nothing is permanent, everything is possible.

Wrist mala features larger-sized, hand carved magnesite skull beads.  Magnesite is a wonderful relaxing and calming stone to use in meditation, and it has the potential to aid you to create amazing changes in your life.  Often called white turquoise, it is a natural stone with brown or black veining giving it a crackle look.  It is a strong stone for creative visualization and imagination.

Adjustable mala opens to about 9 inches around and tightens to 6 inches.  Beads measure approximately 12-13mm.  Handmade in Nepal.

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    DD
    11/23/2018
    Diane D.
    United States

    Wrist Malas

    Really want to thank you guys for modifying the items I purchased. Needed them on a stretchy cord for a specific wrist size. Thanks so much for working with me on that. The wrist malas are perfect!

    WC
    11/20/2018
    William C.
    United States

    Gift for my daughter.

    I bought this item for my daughter’s birthday. I haven’t given it to her yet but I inspected it and I think it is a fine quality item and I’m happy with my purchase!

    KR
    10/20/2018
    Kathy Rea

    Lovely mala

    I just received my wrist mala, and love it. It is very comfortable and I love the symbolism of making the most of the day because tomorrow isn’t guaranteed. I have matching skull earrings, and also have skull tattoos. A lot of rich symbolism.

    L
    08/21/2018
    Letha
    Houston,Tx

    I purchased this mala about a year ago. It's still beautiful.

    I love this mala. I have worn it every day and everywhere. I have always had difficulty with impermanence. When impermanence is approaching I run my fingers over the beads and remind myself of the natural cycle of birth,death and the bardos. I know everything will be fine. It's well made and beautifully crafted. I just need to find another mala that will have as much meaning. I am curious why the jade in the same style is no longer on your site.

    08/21/2018
    thedharmashop

    Hello Letha, Thank you for taking the time to write this review! We are so happy to hear that this wrist mala has helped you with your practice of impermanence! It is a powerful reminder to be here now and to live in the present moment. If you ever need any suggestions for a mala that works best for you and your practice, we would be more than happy to assist! And know that you are always welcome to add yourself to our mailing list if there is a particular mala that is out of stock. That way, you would be one of the first to know when it is available for purchase! I hope this information is helpful! Thank you again for this feedback, and we appreciate your support in Himalayan artisans!

    BW
    12/08/2017
    Byron W.
    United States

    Beautiful and Meaningful Wrist Malas from Dharma Shop

    Recently I purchased several wrist Malas including the Impermanence Reminder mala that has the larger magnesite skulls, the Tiger Eye Mala and the Knotted Lapis Mala both with Turquoise spacer. The smoothness of the stones and the sturdy knots, make me feel that I wear a fine piece of Buddhist artwork. They are my neverending reminder of the short time we have to do good works to support our fellow Human and nonHuman beings.

    12/08/2017
    thedharmashop

    Byron, your review is amazing! Thank you for sharing these kind words and for your help in supporting Himalayan artisans! We're so glad to hear that you're happy with your items and that they've become special reminders for you. Thanks, again!

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