A mala, originally, is a Hindu and Buddhist tool for prayer and meditation. It is used to count mantras during meditation. A mantra is a collection of words, usually from Sanskrit, repeated several times - traditionally 108 -. As you repeat, you focus on the meaning and vibration of the words, possibly combined with the accompanying visualization. When training in a meditation practice like this, your thoughts rest and your body relaxes. Currently, a Mala is also used as a fashion accessory. About Rudraksha Among the countless materials from which a japamala can be made, the most common are the seeds of rudraksha, also known as tears of Shiva, a plant native to Asia. "Rudra" is one of the names given to Shiva and "Aksh" means tear, thus translating into "Tear of Lord Shiva". According to Indian belief, Lord Shiva, when he awoke from a meditation for the happiness of all living beings, shed tears that turned into Rudraksha seeds that fell on the earth and gave rise to the Rudraksha tree. Malas are made with this seed that contain many benefits. Energizing your Japamala Sit in a clean and calm place, preferably in your meditation corner with your crystals and incense. Take a deep breath 3 times, concentrate and ask for wisdom and superior intervention throughout the process. If you already have a mantra you like, repeat it while energizing your Japamala. Use incense to transmute the energy of the Buddhist cord, passing it around your japamala while listening or singing your favorite mantra. At the end, leave the Japamala in its special place, treat it with affection and keep in mind that it has a large charge of energy channeled by you and that energy will only increase with the use of it in your meditations and repetitions of mantras.

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