Some of the sharanam healing stone malas are unique pieces. If the one you find yourself attracted to is already sold, please contact me and together we will find a way to create exactly the one you long for//custom made Malas start at 250.-€/ excl Tax. Please send me a picture of you, your number. We will have a deepening conversation about Samskaras (mental impression, psychological imprints) that brings us to the intention for your Mala. Also I am always interested in your physical body, your breathing, your sleep and your relationships. If you are in Munich , you are able to visit the Mala Atelier where I live. The Mala Meditation – called – Japa Mala is a ancient tradition to calm the mind and create mindfulness. With the Mantra you embody the quality of the deity.
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Die Mala-Auswahl bei Sharnam- Heilstein- Malas ist vielfältig. Du kannst wäheln zwischen Kollektionen, Einzelstücken, oder dir eine eigenen Mala machen lassen. Eine individuelle Mala beginnt bei 250.-€ / excl. Tax , je nach Steinen und Dauer des Telefonats. Wir werden deine Themen bei einem Besuch, Telefonat, oder Skypesession besprechen. Um tiefere Schichten des Bewusstseins zu erreichen – und den Bauch sprechen zu lassen – ist eine kleine Atem und Yogasession vorab eine gute und schöne Möglichkeit. Japa Mala ist eine alte traditionelle Weise deinen Geist zur Ruhe zu bringen und die Qualitäten des gewählten Mantras zu verkörpern.
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Ganesha´s Love Mala / Amulett
Ich helfe dir Hindernisse zu erkennen und tief in dir ...
Obsidian Mala Light on Shadows
Sign your time.
What is really going on with you? Listen deeply from ...
Wir begleiten die Menschen schon lange und helfen zu erkennen was das Leben dic ...
trust the process-mala
Tiefes Vertrauen für den Prozess deinem wahren selbst näher zu kommen- wo imme ...
Wild and Free Mala
Wild and free Mala. Wir unterstützen dich fokussiert, gewahr, und entspannt zu ...
Why meditate with a mala and mantra?
Mantra is a sanskrit word and means„ instrument of thought“ . You´ll teach the mind to focus on one thing. Really focus – not beeing disturbed by any other „very important „ rash or recurring thought.
And !!! The mantra is a great helper in itself. The mantra awakes or reflects the qualities it embodies. It is a high frequenzy door opener to your soul and highest consciousness. With the mala in your hand, you´ll have a good friend which counts the minutes you sit, so that you can forget about time. And of course the stone spirits also like to be in touch with you. Tuning through your „bodies“, entering your heart with their special and helping informations.
It is a very old and tested practice to mediate with a mala. It is for a lot of people much easier to calm down, find a good seat and focus.
If you wear the mala during the day it keeps you aware of your path and qualities you feel good with.
What materials are the mala beads made from?
I buy the beads from very good traders, which provide stones in really high quality, stones that are not irradiate or overworked to make them brighter. The quality of Sharanam Mala stones is very high, so that you can receive the pure tune of the stones.
The wooden/sead beads come from Indian Malas directly. I only use beads I feel good with. Even wooden beads have very different quatlities.
The quality of the beads depends on all the cicumstanzes under which they grew, „harvested“ and processed. I try my best to find even fair trade stones, but it ins´t that easy. I´ll keep you informed about this point.
When I make the malas I am chanting, listening to mantras, finding a connection … which also informs the beads with good energy. If I do a individual one for you, knowing what is your theme, it´s a connection to your personal field, bringing positive vibes, and light and what is needed.
How do I choose my Mala?
First of all trust your intuition. Don´t question it immediately. Ask your higher consciousness for help, it´ll come.
You can choose also by intension: because all the malas have different themes, colour: which resonates with your chakras, beauty: which mirrors you, engery you might feel …
If you want an individual mala we can skype or phone, after you´ve sent me a request, I´ll get back to you as soon as possible.
What´s on with those 108 beads ?
108 represents many things including:
The number of Upanishads, the number of names of Hindu Deities, Nataraja’s 108 dances, the 108 Gopis, Number of Sins in Tibetan Buddhism, 108 energy lines converting from the heart chakra, 108 Holy Temples of Vishnu, number of masculine and feminine letters combined in the sanskrit alphabet, the number of marmas in the subtle body etc. take a look in numerologie also….
What is the Guru Stone? (109th Stone)
Each mala necklace has an additional guru stone. This is the stone where we thank holybeings, our teachers, family, parents, friends, mentors etc.) and acknowledge our connection to the divine.
Knotted or unknotted?
If you are using the mala for Japa/Meditation I would recommend to take a knotted one. If you are going to wear the mala as a powerful juwelery, than you don´t need the knots. The mala becomes a littel bit longer with knots and also is a little smoother to wear. If you have found an unkotted, but you would like to have it knotted, please note that in your oder. For knotting the charge is 25,00 Euro extra.
How should I care for my Malas?
Malas are the original prayer strings. Even if you want to wear it all the time, please don´t during body contact with water, asana practice or other wild body movements. Please treat your mala carefuly, respecfuly, and with awareness. This is a handmade peace. Please even don´t wring it around your wrist. The swamis and monks might do so with their wooden malas, but they can quite easily find a new one … .-)
How do I choose a mantra?
In many traditions it is general that a mantra is given to you by your guru / teacher. This is true and beautiful. But you can also choose by yourself.
Melt with your inner Guru!
The mantra doesn´t has to be in sanskrit, though I would highly recommend it. The power of this holy old language is strong and helpful
But every affirmation as – let go, I am love – is good also.
1. To remove obstacles or to realize them the Ganesha Mantra is usefull: OM GAM GANAPATHAYE NAMAHA
2. For abundance, feminin qualtities and joy: OM AIM HRIM KLIM MAHA LAKSHMIYE NAMAHA
3. Being aware and open for transformations: OM NAMAH SHIVAYA
There are very good Mantra Books available, I would like to recommend the ones by Thomas Ashley-Ferrand
How do I clean my mala?
There are several ways to clean a mala. You need to to it, when the stones are becoming dull. Then they need a rest from the exchange. The classical way is to use a little bowl with hematite stones, put the mala in there over night. Putting it into a bowl with mountain crystal for 24 hours afterwards.
You can also hang the mala into moonlight or the morning sun. Burn white sage or clear it by the sound vibration such as chanting or tibetan bowl.
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