Ethereal Summer Yellow Calcite Natural Gemstone 8mm bead Mala Prayer Beads Necklace
Yellow Calcite Meaning:
Yellow Calcite benefits a wide variety of people as it is a tremendously positive crystal. Working with the Solar Plexus Chakra, Yellow Calcite immediately lifts our mood and nurtures our self-worth. This stone is great for muting feelings of self doubt and nurtures emotional energy levels. It is a mind stone that allows you to tap into your own personal motivation and personal power. It is a powerful energy cleanser and a perfect addition to a meditation or self-care practice.
This mala is perfect for someone who is nursing a mother wound or is struggling with doubt about their direction in life. The creamy, soft yellow hue radiates a nourishing comfort.
Discover the healing properties of mala beads. Used in spiritual practice and meditation rituals since the 12th century, these unique tools are said to aid in relaxation and mental focus. Each set contains hand carved gemstone beads, each believed to carry their own unique positive energy and good vibes. Every bead is cleansed energetically prior to being chosen for each unique set and then each set is hand-strung and hand-knotted with intention and an energetic focus. No two stands are the same and each are made with intention knowing they will find their home with the exact person who needs them.
Each mala contains 108 beads, representing spiritual identity and connection with the universe. In meditation the idea is to run through the stand touching one bead at a time, using each movement as an opportunity to focus on a breath or mantra. This process creates positive spiritual energy and acts as a meditation aid to help the user have a tangible tool to focus on. Strand measures approximately 44" and beads are 8mm. Size and material of guru bead varies from design to design. All of our malas are primarily made of semi-precious stones and nylon cord. We do at times add some beads of varying materials for aesthetic purposes. Please feel free to ask if you would like more information on any embellishments used in any particular mala.