Manifest Intentions Wrist Mala

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This bold wrist mala is made of obsidian beads with brass spacers and a carved brass skull centerpiece.  These dark obsidian beads are very unique!  They appear almost black but feature a metallic iridescence depending on how you look at them.

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.

The skull in Buddhism is often recognized as a symbol of impermanence.  This bracelet is a powerful reminder to be here now and to live in the present moment; because nothing is permanent, everything is possible.

Available in two sizes:  Small measures about 6 inches around on stretchy cord.  Large measures about 7 1/2 inches around on stretchy cord.  Beads are 8mm.

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I’m not really a jewelry type of guy, but I love this bracelet!

I spent most of 2017 in cancer treatment. So far in 2018 I seem to be cancer-free. I’m wearing the bracelet—with the skull—as a reminder of my Impermanence (anicca), to remind me to make the most of each day… Looks beautiful and the 6” band fits well on my 6 ½” wrist. If your wrist is bigger than 6 ½” I would go to the larger size. The elastic band appears quite sturdy. The beads don’t look too small on me but I’m a small guy… a hefty, big-boned guy might think the beads are too small, even with the larger wrist band. The skull is subtle, doesn’t make you look like Mexican mafia. Also, the bracelet arrived very nicely wrapped as a small package in red paper, just like the kind of wrapping which is used in Asia. It’s suitable for sending as a gift. The other two brass pieces are reminders for me of dukkha and anatta. I use the central six beads around the skull to recall Tilopa’s 6 Words of Advice, to bring me back to the present moment. There are 15 more beads, which I’ve begun to use to reflect on various aspects of the dharma. So I’m finding this bracelet very helpful in my spiritual practice in addition to its looking great!



Hey David, thank you for taking the time to write this review, and most importantly, congratulations on being cancer free! It sounds like you never took any moment for granted, and I am so happy that this wrist mala helped remind you of that! Thank you again for your great feedback, and we appreciate your support in Himalayan artisans!


I love it!

This mala is beautiful and delicate. A beautiful reminder of our impermanence.