Lotus Flower Wrist Mala Beads

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WRIST SIZE: measure around your wrist in cm
BEAD SIZE: choose 8mm or 10mm beads

Lotus Flower Wrist Mala Beads

Complimentary Organza Wrist Mala Beads bag

8mm beads

The 8mm white conch shell beads are delicately carved with lotus flowers.
Fully adjustable wrist mala beads using a slide knot, see adjustable wrist mala guide

Our Lotus Flower wrist mala beads are lovingly crafted then blessed with the mantra OM RUCHIRA MANI PRAVARTAYA HUM. Our wrist mala beads are suitable for mantra recitation, mindfulness practice, meditation, yoga, prayer & reflection.
Buddhist Mala Beads keepsake

Mala Beads keepsake included with all our Mala Beads

With every order we include full colour glossy information about mala beads healing, mala beads use & care – all beautifully presented in a neat gold envelope & finished with a wax seal. This makes for a fabulous gift or keepsake.

Healing Properties at a glance
Lotus Flower – symbolises purification of body, speech and mind, enlightenment, one of the 8 auspicious symbols of Tibet, represents spiritual perfection
Conch Shell – one of the 8 auspicious symbols of Tibet, symbolises the speech of the Buddha, authority, sovereignty

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Lotus Flower Wrist Mala Beads

The symbolic meaning of the beads used in the Lotus Flower Wrist Mala Beads are:

Lotus Flower beads (carved from white shell)

The Lotus Flower symbolises purification of body, speech and mind. The open white blossom of the beautiful lotus flower is a symbol of enlightenment and purity and is associated with overcoming desire and attachment. The lotus is one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols and represents spiritual perfection.

Conch Shell beads

The Conch Shell is one of the 8 auspicious symbols and symbolises the speech of the Buddha. The conch is played like a trumpet; it is believed the sound of the conch can banish evil spirits and prevent natural disasters. The conch is a symbol of authority and sovereignty.

Tibetan Mala Beads

How to use your Mala Beads

Our Lotus Flower wrist mala beads are suitable for chanting mantra, meditation, mindfulness, prayer & yoga.

  • The meditation mala is generally held in the left hand and used with gentleness and respect.
  • One bead is counted for each recitation of the mantra, starting with the first bead next to the “guru” bead. The guru bead is usually larger & more decorative.
  • Hold the first mala bead between your thumb & forefinger and silently recite one mantra.
  • Move your thumb and forefinger along to the next bead of the strand to chant the next mantra; then repeat.
  • After completing a full circuit of the mala, flip the mala around 180 degrees (this takes some practice) and continue as before, in reverse order.
  • One avoids passing over the “guru” bead, as doing so is symbolically like stepping over one’s teacher.
Mantra for blessing your Mala Beads

Mantra for Blessing your Wrist Mala Beads

Recite the mantra seven times, then blow on the mala beads. This mantra increases the power of the mantras you recite using your Lotus Flower wrist mala beads.
OM RUCHIRA MANI PRAVARTAYA HUM

How to Care for your Mala Beads

How to Care for your Lotus Flower Wrist Mala Beads

When not in use please store your Lotus Flower wrist mala beads in a mala bag.
Please don’t wash your mala or wear whilst bathing or sleeping as this can weaken the mala thread.
To clean your mala: gently wipe the beads using a damp cloth and place in sunlight to dry.

1 review for Lotus Flower Wrist Mala Beads

  1. Niketa (verified owner)

    I love this beautiful wristmala, the conchshell with carved lotuses! It means a lot to me and reminds me greatly of my practice by seeing it! Thank you!

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