Buddhist Monk Beads Necklace
Blessed by Monks 108 Bead Mala
Authentic 108 Bead Buddhist Monk Beads Necklace that have been Blessed by Monks. These Genuine Buddhist Monk Beads have been created for Japa Meditation and to be worn as Buddhist Mala Jewelry Amulets to be worn for Personal Protection.
What are Buddhist Monk Beads Mala?
Real Buddhist Monk Bead Necklaces that are the same type of Buddhist Mala used by Asian people and Buddhist Monks. Made from a variety of holy wood from Thailand, India and Burma these Mala are the classic meditation Mala that is used by Buddhist around the world. All of our Buddhist Monk Beads have been blessed by Monks and can be used for both Japa Meditation or worn as real Buddhist Jewelry as a Protection Amulet. For convenience we have divided the Buddhist Mala into two Categories.
Buddhist Prayer Beads: Mala for Meditation
Buddhist Mala Beads: Buddhist Jewelry for Protection
Buddhist Prayer Beads Necklace: Meditation Mala
Real Buddhist Prayer Bead Necklaces that are the same type of Buddhist Mala used by Asian people and Buddhist Monks. Made from a variety of holy wood from Thailand, India and Burma these Mala are the classic Meditation Mala that is used by Buddhist around the world.
Buddhist Mala Beads Necklace: Protection Mala
These beautiful Real Buddha Necklaces are made from the same Authentic Buddhist Mala Bead Necklace. Designed to be worn as jewellery they sometimes include a silver guru bead that replaces the wood guru bead as used in the Meditation Mala. Others are Stone Buddhist Mala that are generally not used for meditation, but have been blessed by Monks for Personal Protection and Blessings
Buddhist tradition also adopted the Prayer Beads, keeping the number of the beads at 108. While there are different reasons for this number within each tradition, the original reason for 108 remains largely speculation. Buddhist Mala most common explanation for the use 108 beads is
1) Signifying the 108 mortal desires of mankind
2) Allows for 100 Mantas plus 8 mistakes in counting.
3) 27 Constellations x 4 Padas (parts) = 108
4) 12 Zodiac Houses x 9 Planets = 108
5) Upanishads or the Scriptures of the Vedas = 108
Thus, when we recite or recount number 108, we are actually remembering the entire universe. This reminds us of the fact that the universal self is omnipresent, that is the innate nature of the self
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