Category Gemstones & Jewellery

Mala of Divine Wholeness


Our 108 beaded malas created with rudrakshas &/or genuine gemstones assist in awakening the individual spirit: our true nature; bringing liberation to the soul!

The Mala of Divine Wholeness incorporates:

  • Turquoise Head: Talisman of shamans and warriors. A stone of protection and wisdom, intuition, emotional balance, healing, grounding, serenity, wholeness, creativity, loyalty and detoxification
  • Larimar: The stone to enlighten, heal the physical, emotional and mental state, stimulating the heart, throat, third eye and crown chakras. It represents peace and clarity, embodying the sea and sky along with the ancient wisdom of Atlantis       
  • Moonstone: A stone for new beginnings, inner strength and growth: bringing one back to wholeness. It soothes emotional instability, bringing calmness and enhances intuition
  • Sterling silver beads: A metal known to connect to the moon, peace, your dreams and protection.

Our Mala of Divine Wholeness comes with the Mala of Love: 108 Luminous Poems book valued at $36. This book is our gift for you to help deepen your intimate connection to divine love…your true self…your soul! A rare gem of a book which will become one of your wise, lifelong companions of the heart, its every word, every bead, possesses the power to make your heart ring like a bell.

Read more about the uses and benefits of mala beads.

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