Handcrafted Crystal Malas for Healing and Balance // Tiny RItuals


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Crystal Malas

Crystal Malas

Crystal malas have great significance in spiritual and mindful practices. They have been around for over 3,000 years, and their origin traces back to India. Their practice is deeply rooted in Hinduism and Buddhism, but many individuals use them without religious affiliation.

There are various types of mala crystals, including quartz mala and clear quartz mala.

Every mala necklace has 108 crystal mala beads. The largest bead at the center is called the guru and features a tassel, making it easier to identify. The guru holds the energy produced during practice. For students, it also represents and pays homage to the guru who passed the mala down to them.

Malas are popularly used in meditation. But they are also a great addition to any crystal jewelry collection because they can be worn around the neck and wrist.

Crystal beads are preferable over other materials because they have high-vibrational energy and emanate from Mother Earth. They also carry subtle yet potent healing frequencies that can:

  • Relieve stress and anxiety
  • Harmonize your thoughts
  • Re-energize the body and uplift a depleted spirit
  • Balance your emotions
  • Offer you protection against negative energies
  • Boost spiritual development
  • Ground and connect you to Mother Earth
  • Increase your healing potential

Fortunately, finding crystal malas is very easy. You can visit our crystal store and buy the ones that speak the loudest to you. You can pair crystal malas with zodiac bracelets to harness their healing power while also reaping the benefits of astrology. Consider a gemstone bracelet if you don’t want to pair it with a zodiac bracelet.

We also offer various types of crystals for healing. Read this in-depth crystal guide to discover the right crystals for you. You can also check out our guide on angel numbers meaning to learn the significance of various angelic numbers and how they impact your life.


What are Malas used for?

Malas are used in yogic practice to count mantras, prayers, and wishes during meditation. But they are more than just a counting aid. The crystal prayer beads help individuals focus on the intention of what is being said rather than the act of counting itself.

What is the power of Malas?

When used with mindfulness and awareness, malas can induce a tranquil and joyful meditative state that connects a person’s fundamental needs with their deepest aspirations, much like yoga.

Why do Malas have 108 beads?

There are many answers to this question. The number 108 is very auspicious in the spiritual and mindfulness space. For one, it is a numerical representation of the om. However, it bears a lot of meanings across multiple scientific, philosophical, and religious beliefs.

Some of these include:

  • The Shiva dance has 108 poses.
  • The distance between the Sun and the Earth is 108 times the diameter of the latter.
  • The distance between the Earth and the Moon is 108 times the diameter of the Earth.
  • The heart chakra is the intersection point of 108 energy pathways.

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