At Monk Mala, we not only provide the same type of Buddhist Prayer beads that are used by real monks, our Buddhist Prayer beads Blessed by Monks are done to charge them with sacred power for you the customer.
Watch a Video of a Real Thai Buddhist Monk Blessing your Mala Prayer Beads
Why Have Buddhist Prayer Beads Blessed by Monks?
At Sak Yant Chiang Mai we wanted to be able to provide our guests with a 100% real Sak Yant experience. Many of our guests also wanted 100% real Buddhist Prayer Beads that they could have blessed by the Monks. While it is easy to find cheap Chinese made Mala in the Thai Markets (actually all over Asian street markets) – the Monks felt uncomfortable providing sacred blessings to imitation Buddhist Mala.
With every purchase of Monk Mala Buddhist Prayer Beads, we take your special item to one of our special Sak Yant Monks and have them preform a Blessing to give the Mala a positive charge of magical protection and power before they are sent to you.
Monk Mala makes a donation to the Monk or his Temple with every purchase, ensuring that at every stage from making the Mala to having it blessed we can share the income with as many deserving people as we can.
We are truly grateful that you are thinking to purchase from Monk Mala to help the small independent traditional Prayer Bead making families a fighting chance to survive. And why not? You can obtain the real thing for much less than Chinese made copies.
Do Buddhist Prayer Beads Need to be Blessed by Monks?
Short answer is no they do not. As you use your Buddhist Prayer Bead Necklace, you are transferring your intention, purpose and desires into the Mala. Over time and over use your mala necklace will be a symbolic and energetic representation of this purpose and will trigger a normal psychological reaction.
If you do not believe in the magic power of the Monks Blessing itself, the necklace is a subconscious representation that becomes associated with it’s purpose. Just like a positive affirmation each time you see or use the Buddhist Mala, it triggers a subconscious program designed to make this more of a reality. Thus like hypnosis, the act of using the mala triggers a whole system of beliefs and behavior change which become programmed into your personality and stronger with each use
If you believe in the power of thoughts and transference of energy, then in addition to a subconscious symbol, the Buddhist Prayer Beads are also a storage system for the positive intention of the energy you have spent in focus.
We have the Monks Bless the necklace mala, to start this process of having positive energy and association with the Mala. Be it used for protection, or as part of your spiritual growth, the Monks Blessing is the starting point – which you then reaffirm and recharge with your use and wearing of the Mala.
The Specialists: The Monks who Blessed our Buddhist Mala
The Power of the Sak Yant Monk and their Blessings
As Buddhism started to spread throughout Asian, it adapted and blended with the traditions that each country had held for thousands of years. Most notably in Burma, Cambodia and Thailand Buddhism incorporated the magical traditions of the Sak Yant Tattoo. The Sak Yant Tattoo is highly prized among these countries as the most powerful Talisman magic charm available to be received by Monks. Buddhist Monks who wish to specialize in these magical blessing spend a considerable few years studying the philosophy of Magical Blessings, and eventually become Masters.
Sak Yant Monks: The Most Powerful Blessings
It stands to reason, if you are going to get a Blessing from a Monk, you might as well select a sect of Monk who is highly regarded in Buddhism for having considerable power and strength to normal blessing by adding a touch of Magic to it. Monk Mala in conjunction with Sak Yant Chiang Mai, has a variety of Thai Buddhist Monks that bless our Mala Prayer Beads on behalf of each customer.
Donations to Temples
Sak Yant Monks are usually requested to work from Temples which require donations to upgrade or improve their buildings. As such almost all Sak Yant Monks work from small rural Temples rather than the older and wealthier city Temples visited by Tourists to Asian. Monk Mala, in addition to supporting local crafts community’s who make the real Buddhist Mala, offer a donation to each Monks Temple for their blessing of your Prayer Beads.
Buddhist Prayer beads Blessed by Monks
Buddhist Prayer Beads Blessed by Monks: Meets the Monks
Monk Rachon from Temple Nhong Pha Muad in Chiang Mai Thailand has been a Sak Yant Monk for 38 years
Monk Rung is from Wat Aramrongtai Temple and has been a Buddhist Monk for 20 years
Monk Eng from Temple Eng Tang in Chiang Mai Thailand has been a Sak Yant Monk for 9 years
Monk K is from Cham Chang Temple and has been a Buddhist Monk since the age of 9 years
Monk Beer is a 5th generation Sak Yant Master from Wat Pa Bong. He has been a Monk for 10 years.