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Rudraksha Mala

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Rudraksha Mala beads : Blessed by Nature

Mala Beads Color Meanings

Beautiful hand strung knotted Rudraksha Mala Prayer Beads, for meditation and self adornment. Blessed by nature, the Rudraksha are imbued with power for positive thinking, balance, and prosperity.

The color of each Mala also has power and meaning.

108 beads for counting plus 11 Rudraksha as consciousness reminders. The number 11 is significant in Hinduism and Yogic practice as the number that relates to the gateway of heaven and divinity. Total of 119 beads with two significant numerological powers.

Hangs nicely at mid chest level near the solar plexus or Manipura Chakra.


Made in Bali and blessed by nature to bring you balance, peace and prosperous thinking.


Blessed by nature, Rudraksha (Sanskrit : रूद्राक्ष) are a seed traditionally used for prayer by Yogis. The sacred Rudraksha is the seed of an evergreen tree used for making organic jewelry such as Mala Prayer Beads. This Seed naturally has a wonderful effect on the energy and strength of a person and enforces your prayers and actions with wisdom.

The Rudraksha Mala can be worn all of the time, and it is also good to wear it when bathing or swimming in natural water, as the water flowing over the Rudraksha and on to your body is beneficial to you.

Rudra (रुद्र) and Aksha (अक्ष)

Aksha means 'teardrops'. A () means "to receive", ksha (क्ष) means "to give", so this word is significant to the giving and receiving of life and in life.

Rudra (रुद्र) is one of the Vedic names of Shiva. Hence, the name "tears of Shiva".

Rudraksha (रूद्राक्ष) has the ability to clear our tears and bring happiness, and to help us remember the balance of life and find power in it. This Sacred natural seed is said to be very good for travelers and people who eat and sleep in a variety of places, helping to bring them comfort, safety and the ability to feel at peace wherever they are.


Meditation and yoga practice:

A beginning meditation or mantra to use with your Rudraksha Mala as part of your yoga routine or as an occasional treat to yourself to bring you back to your sacred center of being:
Imagine yourself as a lotus flower or as a precious gem, then use the mantra:
"Om Mani Padme Hum" as you keep count with the beads on your Rudraksha Mala
This translates to "the jewel is in the lotus" and is a reminder and incantation to bring you to the sacredness of your being, the sacredness of the masculine and feminine in harmonic balance.
Like the sacred representations of fertility and strength that have been enshrined by humans, the vibration of that space between sound and silence will come. It is the sweet sadness that comes with longing for something not yet lost, the moment on the edge of preciousness that we always long for, called life.
Having a chance the feel that edge of all feeling, to dance gracefully in the line that divides dark and light is the chiming sweetness that arrises in our solar plexus, that soft place where the ribs that guard our delicateness come together.
A plexus is an intricate network or weblike formation, also a network of nerves or vessels in the body. Hence, the "solar plexus".

The solar plexus:

It is the place where the light of the sun culminates in our body, the place where we are able to become aware of it as we are sitting in the edge of dawn. The solar plexus is the place like the holy grail where the light of the sun can be captured at the moment when the vessel is receptive and aware activates when we become alive. We are not always alive, though breathing and walking and talking.
When the sun is allowed to channel through this space we become conducts. There is something more sensual and delightful than any sexuality of the physical being that activates our awareness then the sun maneuvers through the grail.

Rudraksha Mala, made in Bali and blessed by nature to bring you joy.





White Mala beads symbolize purification, spirituality, hope, protection, peace, and blessings of the Moon, also the crown chakra and aura. White can also be translated as rainbow.


Red Mala beads symbolize physical vitality. Also courage, good fortune, and life. Corresponds to Muladahara, the 1st or root chakra, and the musical note C.


Blue Mala beads give mental abilities, health, connection with spirits, peace, knowledge, communication, and protection. Also psychic awareness. Corresponds to Ajna, and Vishuddha, the third eye and the throat, the 5th and 6th chakras, and the musical notes A and G.


Yellow Mala beads give Intelligence, playfulness, cheerfulness, mental alertness, prosperity, and blessings from the Sun. Corresponds to the 3rd chakra, Manipura, or solar plexus chakra, and the musical note E.


Green Mala beads symbolize Harmony, unity, money, prosperity, growth, health, nature, nature spirits, animal and plant spirits, forgiveness, and fertility. Corresponds to the 4th or heart chakra, and the musical note F.


Orange Mala beads bring attraction, energy, and success.

Also creativity, physical love, new ideas, will power, love, and independence.

Corresponds to Svadistana, the 2nd or sacral chakra, and the musical note D.


Pink Mala beads attract love, romance, caring, feelings, empathy, kindness, and tenderness. Corresponds to Anahata, the 4th or heart chakra, and the musical note F.


Gray Mala beads symbolize peace and neutrality.


Purple Mala beads activate higher thought and connectivity with the universe.

corresponds to the crown chakra, and the musical note B.


Brown Mala beads give stability and respect. They also symbolize the home and grounding.

Brown Mala beads striped in black, like the tail of a pheasant, give a balance between the physical and spiritual life.

Brown Mala beads banded or mixed with white bring happiness and give the kind of protection that enables one to go unnoticed amidst those who would harm them.

Brown and red mixed Mala beads bring healing to animals.


Black Mala beads give the mystical wisdom that comes with true spiritual initiation. they also offer protection, and repelling negative energy.

Corresponds to Muladahara, the 1st or root chakra, and the musical note C.

Black, iridescent Mala beads give mystical insight.

Black and white mixed Mala beads give union and protection.

Black (or gray) Mala beads banded or mixed with white give hope, balance and harmony.

Black mixed with purple means deep spirituality.

Black, white, and blue mixed Mala beads brings change.