Onyx Eternal Knot Wrist Mala

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  • This wrist mala is hand strung in Kathmandu and features a gorgeous gold-plated Eternal Knot pendant.
  • DharmaShop founder, Sander Cohen, actually sourced these amazing pendants on his last trip to Taiwan and brought them directly to our mala maker in Nepal to create these bracelets.
  • The matte onyx beads allow the golden centerpiece to really stand out!

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.

The Endless, or Eternal Knot has special meaning throughout many cultures and can serve as a reminder of interconnectedness and unity.  It is one of the 8 Auspicious Symbols that represents the intertwining of wisdom and compassion. 

Pairs perfectly with the matching 108 bead Onyx Eternal Knot Mala!

Wrist mala measures approximately 7 inches around when fully tightened and opens to about 10 inches.  Onyx beads are 8mm.  Pendant is about 15mm.

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Victoria L.
United States United States

boyfriend loved it

Malaysia Malaysia

I’m very happy to receive this Onxy External Knot Wrist Mala, it’s a perfect combination especially with the gold plated external knot. Customer and shipping service are outstanding and I will be definitely buying more products from this dharma shop. Keep up your good job ! Thank you !

Scott P.
United States United States
Eternal knot and onxy is great

Good and tight knot - does not slip even in water. I'm describing the slip knot and not the eternal knot. I do not take it off. It's great and the eternal knot amidst the onyx is very soothing.

Robert P.
United States
Love it

Got several comments over the holiday asking what the eternal knot represents. Love it.

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