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Genuine 108 Buddhist Monk Beads Mala for Japa Meditation

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Real and Authentic 108 Bead Buddhist Monk Beads Prayer Beads Necklace that have been Blessed by Monks.  These Genuine Monk Beads Necklace Mediation Mala are made from sacred wood of Burma, Thailand and India.  Used for Japa Meditation to remind yourself to remove yourself from any attachment to the material world.

What are Buddhist Monk Beads Necklace Meditation Mala?

Buddhist Prayer Beads Necklaces or Monk Beads are similar to other forms of prayer beads used in various world religions and therefore the term “Buddhist Rosary” and “Buddha Beads”are also used. The Buddhist Mala originally derived from the Hindu ‘Japa Mala’ used in meditation, consisting of 108 beads, and used as a counting device for reciting Mantra. 

Buddhist Prayer Beads can help you with different aspects of meditation, which is itself linked to a range of health benefits Japa Meditation can help reduce stress levels, improve sleep, and lower blood pressure, among other things.

Using Buddhist Monk Beads Necklaces for Meditation makes the task of counting mantra easier.  108 Monk Beads Necklaces help keep the mind focused during Meditation, preventing the mind from wandering off.  Buddhist Prayer beads have the purpose  of keeping you focused during meditation,

Over time and with the spread of the Religion in general, the method of Prayer Beads was adopted and used by almost all sects of different types of religion.  The Buddhist tradition also adopted the Prayer Beads, keeping the number of the beads at 108.  Generally for the use in Buddhist Meditation, the aim of the Mantra is usually to remove a personal attachment to the material world, and so Buddha Mala Bead Necklaces were made from simple wood materials to keep this purpose.  Although usually it was made from a wood or tree that held a sacred significance. 

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How do I use 108 Buddhist Monk Beads Necklaces Meditation Mala?

You can use 108 Prayer Beads Necklace Mala in a variety of ways during meditation, but breath control and mantra repetition are two good starting points.

Controlling your breath
Simply paying attention to your breathing can be a form of mediation. It’s a handy one, too, since you can do it anywhere.

To use Buddhist Prayer Beads Necklace  for controlling your breath:

  • Hold your Buddhist Prayer Beads with one hand.
  • Let it drape across your fingers so you can move it easily. Place two fingers around one of the beads next to the guru bead. Many people use their thumb and middle finger, as some religious traditions avoid using the index finger.
  • Complete one full breath (inhale and exhale).
  • Move your fingers to the next bead, breathing in and out once per bead.
  • Finish at the guru bead to complete 108 breaths.
  • If you want to do another round, just move your fingers in the opposite direction until you reach the guru bead again.
    For more guidance, Read our article How to Use Tibetan/Buddhist Prayer Beads for Meditation

Repeating a mantra
A mantra is a phrase, word, or sound you can use to help focus your awareness during meditation. “Om” is a common one, but there are countless others.

You can also create your own mantra that feels reassuring or calming. For example your mantra might be “I am calm,” “I am safe,” or “I am loved.” The mantra you repeat can also vary depending on your current situation.

To use Buddhist Prayer Beads Necklace Mala with a mantra, follow the same process as you would for controlling your breath. But instead of exhaling and inhaling at each bead, repeat your mantra. You can whisper it, say it in a loud, clear voice, or stick to a mental repetition — whatever feels best.

Every 108 Buddhist Monk Beads Necklace Meditation Mala sold includes includes a Certificate of Authenticity and Thai Silk Bag included free
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Monk Blessed 108 Prayer Beads Mala: Monk Mala is part of Sak Yant Chiang Mai; which is a small co-op of over 10 Sak Yant Monks and Ajarns providing Sak Yant Tattoo’s in Chiang Mai Thailand.

With regular Visits to Temples for the Monks Sak Yant Tattoo, we are able to take each Buddhist Monk Bead Necklace with us for a special blessing for our customers.  The Sak Yant co-op also allows Monk Mala to source it’s Authentic Buddhist Monk Bead Necklaces from the same small local suppliers that the Monks and Ajarns themselves use.

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