Lakshmi Full Mala

The Lakshmi Full Mala will open your heart to the giving and receiving of unconditional Love, awaken your inspiration and creativity, and will help you effortlessly manifest your dreams.

Rose Quartz, Freshwater Pearl, Garnet + Citrine
~ Om Shrim Maha Lakshmiyei Swaha ~

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A mala is a string of prayer beads used to recite a mantra 108 times in meditation.
Crafted with presence, intention, and infinite amounts of love, each of the malas I create is a channelled work of art.

Using the highest-quality gemstone beads, hand-knotted thread, and the guidance of Divine wisdom, I will create the mala that will help you fulfill your soul's work here on Earth.

A full mala has 108 beads.
A half mala has 54 beads.

The beads have been cleansed with sage, cleared with reiki, then strung & knotted while reciting/singing mantras. The completed mala is reiki attuned, programmed with intention, and charged under the moon.

Describing these malas as a powerful life-changer is an understatement! The wisdom of the crystals + the reiki and healing light held within them will bring you miracles! Products

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