Tulsi Mala (6 mm. beads)

Tulsi Mala (6 mm. beads)

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  • Product Code :3325
  • Size :17.7 INCHS
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      This beautiful Tulsi beads mala is an ideal for meditation. Tulsi has tremendous significance in Hinduism and using this tulsi japa mala during meditation will make the practice even more effective. Sucha a tulsi mala can be worn anytime during the day. A Japa mala is an essential ingredient for meditation. Basically it is a set of beads usually made from 108 beads, though other numbers are also used. Malas are used for keeping a tab on reciting, chanting, or mentally repeating a mantra or names of a deity.


      Mantras are repeated hundreds or even thousands of times. The mala is used so that one can focus on the meaning or sound of the mantra. One repetition is usually said for each bead while turning the thumb clockwise around each bead. When arriving at the head bead, one turns the mala around and then goes back in the opposing direction. There are typically knots between each bead. This makes using the mala easier as the beads will not be so tight on the string when you use them.


      There are numerous explanations as to why 108 beads are used in a japa mala.


      Some suggest that there are 108 paths to God. Some say there are 108 feelings, with 36 related to the past, 36 related to the present, and 36 related to the future. There are said to be 108 earthly desires in mortals and also 108 lies that humans tell.

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      • Product Code :3325
      • Size :17.7 INCHS

          This beautiful Tulsi beads mala is an ideal for meditation. Tulsi has tremendous significance in Hinduism and using this tulsi japa mala during meditation will make the practice even more effective. Sucha a tulsi mala can be worn anytime during the day. A Japa mala is an essential ingredient for meditation. Basically it is a set of beads usually made from 108 beads, though other numbers are also used. Malas are used for keeping a tab on reciting, chanting, or mentally repeating a mantra or names of a deity.


          Mantras are repeated hundreds or even thousands of times. The mala is used so that one can focus on the meaning or sound of the mantra. One repetition is usually said for each bead while turning the thumb clockwise around each bead. When arriving at the head bead, one turns the mala around and then goes back in the opposing direction. There are typically knots between each bead. This makes using the mala easier as the beads will not be so tight on the string when you use them.


          There are numerous explanations as to why 108 beads are used in a japa mala.


          Some suggest that there are 108 paths to God. Some say there are 108 feelings, with 36 related to the past, 36 related to the present, and 36 related to the future. There are said to be 108 earthly desires in mortals and also 108 lies that humans tell.

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