Inspiration, Wellness, Yoga

Mala Beads for Spring

A Mala is a string of beads used to count mantras (Sanskrit prayers) in sets of 108 repetitions. A mantra is a word or series of words chanted aloud or silently to invoke spiritual qualities, and help us connect to our spiritual selves.  Here are some great mala beads for spring time from Tiny Devotions.

The Heart Chakra Mala

Listen to your heart and honor its connection to the hearts of others. Open up your heart chakra! Your heart chakra is the wellspring of love, warmth, compassion and joy located in the center of your chest. It is the center of your bond with others, your sense of compassion, self-love and kindness. Follow the way of the heart and live your life from the energy center of love. 

The Spirit Warrior Mala

 This mala is for the girl who fills the world with positive energy. She is a lover, healer, and a total spirit warrior. She manifests wisdom and strength to create a light that encourages, inspires and helps others. Embrace your inner warrior.

The Shanti Mala

Shanti is inner peace. It is a state of absolute spiritual bliss that leads to love, calmness and clear perception. This mala is for the girl that knows peace begins with a smile. She opens her heart to everyone she meets. Her inner spirit is serene. Her energy is truly beautiful. Live everyday focusing on peace and good. 

Do you use mala beads in your practice?

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(All photos and info. from Tiny Devotions)

13 thoughts on “Mala Beads for Spring”

    1. Flowers are one of the greatest things about Spring, it always makes me smile to see the bright colors and the wonderful scents!


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