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Black Onyx Mala

Malas are known as "heavenly garland", traditionally used by ancient Buddhist and Hindu practices. They have 108 beads for meditations, prayers and mantras. 108 is considered an auspicious number. The final bead known as the 109th bead, represents the student-guru relations, relationship to god, or all ancestral teachers.

Black Onyx is known as the stone of protection and strength. It enhances clear focus, promotes clear sensibility as well as shield from negative energy.

Materials: 108 Black Onyx beads, African metal middle bead.  Silk thread


Length: 20.75 inches, 24 inches with tassel
108 beads 

Made in:  Designed and Hand-knotted in the United States by Soleil Satnam.

Product Code: 1123455660


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