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Mala Beads – Increase Your Spiritual Focus

Mala beads are an ancient tradition that can increase your spiritual focus.

Master Healer, spiritual teacher, and New York Times bestselling author Deborah King reveals the secrets to using Mala beads so you can quiet your mind and expand your spirit.

Mala beads have been used traditionally in meditation and prayer, which is why they are sometimes called prayer beads. But you don’t have to be religious to get the benefit of wearing mala beads around your neck or on your wrist, or hanging them nearby – they can help you calm your mind and spirit.

Mala beads are made from different seeds and gemstones, depending on the spiritual or healing qualities you seek. You should always go for the mala you are most drawn to by your heart. It’s easy to figure out what you don’t want, but how about what you do want in life? Mala beads give you the opportunity to wear your intention.

I AM CONFIDENT MALA
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I Am Confident. I whisper this affirmation to myself in the moments of doubt and hesitation. I remind myself that I am all I need. I have the strength, the love, the knowledge, and the right intentions. I can do this. I am confident.

MEDITATE MALA – RUST
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A simple yet sacred combination of rudraksha beads forms this perfect mala. Enhance your practice with the Meditate Mala, and allow yourself to travel the path of enlightenment.

I AM PEACE MALA
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I Am Peace.
 My journey of self love, tranquility, and acceptance is guided by trust. I trust the universe, and consciously breathe into a place of grounding and openness. I am connected to my spiritual power, in the now. I make the choice to be happy — to smile. I inhale love, and exhale love.

MY PRACTICE IS PLAYFUL MALA
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To play is to call upon the aspects of ourselves that are childlike and full of wonder. Each moment is a chance to practice feeling lighthearted and gentle towards all things and ourselves. Meditate with this piece to remember the importance of keeping it simple and enjoying each moment.

I AM PEACE MALA
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I Am Peace.
 My journey of self love, tranquility, and acceptance is guided by trust. I trust the universe, and consciously breathe into a place of grounding and openness. I am connected to my spiritual power, in the now. I make the choice to be happy — to smile. I inhale love, and exhale love.

UDANA VAYU MALA
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Udana Vayu is the vayu responsible for our senses and that drives our clarity, affects our speech and supports our self expression. When it is stagnant or out of balance, it can affect our ability to articulate feelings and ideas or make us unable to speak. (The Vayus are the winds that move our vital life-force energy in and around our bodies.)

DAINTY WOOD STACK BRACELET
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If third time’s a charm, the Dainty Wood Stack Bracelet embodies that success. It features three layers of rudraksha beads, bound together by two wooden features.

I AM STRONG BRACELET (LAVA)
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I Am Strong. Physically, mentally, and emotionally. I hold an innate human ability to find strength in situations, surroundings, and myself. I make the choice to be happy, to be grounded, to be love, and to be strong.

THOUSAND PETALED LOTUS BRACELET
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The Thousand Petaled Lotus Bracelet represents true enlightenment — when one has reached a higher consciousnesses within. The Thousand Petaled Lotus is also known as the Sahasrara, which is the chakra at the top of the head. It is from here where all other Chakras emanate.

I AM LOVE BRACELET
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I Am Love. My heart chakra is open, helping me to embody love of all types. Self love. Friendship. Relationship. Family. The mantra “I Am Love” is a simple reminder to be kinder to myself and others.

Deborah King