Out of all the jewelry I own – my gold Cartier ring, my

silver necklaces from Bali, my gold and ruby rings from Java,

my crystal pendant, I love my mala the most.


I love my mala because mala’s are not just jewelry, they represent ‘The Divine’, they represent prayer, they represent a source of grounding when I need it. They remind me of my spirit and the infinite. They remind me that I can access a higher power at any moment. And not only that, they are exquisitely beautiful.

Each mala has 108 beads on them and one can repeat a mantra or a prayer on each bead. Completeing the mantra on each bead 108 times is called ‘a round’. For example one can chant the Hare Krsna mantra which is one of the most powerful mantras in the world for protection and banishing all negativity and addictions:


hare (pronounced ha-rey) kṛṣṇa (krish-na) hare kṛṣṇa
kṛṣṇa kṛṣṇa hare hare
hare rāma hare rāma
rāma rāma hare hare”

Complete a few rounds a day and watch your life transform!


I feel so blessed to offer you a beautiful collection of the most beautiful mala’s that are made in Bali and blessed by Balinese Hindu priests and priestesses.


I also love to give malas as presents as they say so much more than any other jewelry item.

Check out the mala’s here

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