About this Mala:
108 8mm Tiger’s Eye beads, with golden markers, finished with a golden brass guru bead, adjustable Snakeknot, and Tiger’s Eye and golden adornments.
About Tiger’s Eye:
The gemstone known as Tiger’s Eye is a form of chalcedony Quartz, but it didn’t start out as Quartz. It began as the fibrous blue mineral called crocidolite and was gradually transformed into Quartz while maintaining its fibrous formations. Tiger’s Eye is called just that to resemble a cat’s eye with its brown base and its golden yellow, light-catching shimmer. Tiger’s Eye comes primarily from South Africa and east Asia.
Tiger’s Eye: The chosen material for His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s own mala. It is folklored as a power stone. Tiger’s Eye has a wonderful reputation for attracting wealth, money, and luck. However, it has powerful spiritual uses as well. The liquid movement of light across the stone makes it an excellent tool for vision or divination work.
Gold: To those who use minerals, metals, and crystals for healing, gold symbolizes the purity of spirit, and they attribute the power of cell regeneration, energy conductivity, communication transmission and energy purification to the metal. According to their belief system, Gold spurs the regeneration of neurotransmitters in both lobes of the brain and creates a balance of brain function between creative and logical thought. It also benefits the nerves with its ability to improve the flow of information through the body. In the world of spiritual healing, Gold has the emotional power to ease tension, reduce feelings of inferiority, and calm anger, as well as encourage the realization of one??s potential and bring comfort.
All malas have a 30 day guarantee to protect from breakage. Complimentary Silk Mala Bag included!