Meditation can be quite a tricky practice because the mind is like a naughty child. By its very nature, the mind tends to wander off during the...
Meditation Aids & Mala Beads
A mala is a string of 108 beads with one bead as the summit bead called a 'sumeru'. Mala Beads are often used in Buddhist, Hindu and Yoga or any practice in which chanting or repetition of positive affirmations are used. They help to keep the mind focused upon the affirmation or incantation and also to count the number of repetitions.
Mala is a very useful tool for your practice regardless of faith.
LAST ONE - will be discontinued once sold! Large buddha design singing bowl with flat cushion, wooden beater, sueded wooden beater and silicone ringBowl measures approx 21cm across by 11cm deepThis st..
Beautiful small-sized Tibetan Durji Bell and Dorje (Vajra) set. Hand cast by Tibetan artisans using methods passed down from generations, this Durji and Dorje (or Vajra) set are made at the same time ..
LAST 3 - SOON TO BE DISCONTINUED!Beautiful Tibetan Tingsha, approx 65-70mm in diameter. The 8 auspicious symbols, also known as the eight symbols of happiness or the Ashtamangalas is carved onto the b..
Rosewood is deep ruddy brown colour, richly streaked with black resinous layers that take a fine polish. Rosewood is believed to be good for the skin, improving the circulation and strengthening an in..
Rudraksh, the sacred seed which literally means the eye of lord Shiva, has a brownish red, wrinkled appearance. Rudraksh beads are generally used with Shiva mantra. However, they are effective with an..
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