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What Are Mala Beads Used For In Yoga and Meditation?

What are Mala Beads used for? Mala bead necklaces are made up of 108 seeds or gemstones that have been strung together on either silk or cotton thread. They can be used during yoga sessions, meditation classes or even at home alone with no one else around!

These beads can be a statement necklace. What is the significance and purpose of mala beads? How can you use mala beads for meditation? This is how it works.

What Are Mala Beads Used For In Yoga and Meditation?

We love to wear tees, tattoos and jewelry that shows our love for the practice of yoga. Designers have created mala necklaces that combine gemstones with sacred meanings and potent energies to infuse your practice.

Mala beads can be used during meditation to help you focus your mind and breathe as you go through your practice. It is beautiful and energized by the unique properties of gemstones. Rolling the beads between your fingers serves as a reminder of your intention. It prompts you back to your breathing and helps you refocus when your mind wanders.

Your mala beads can be a guide to help you get deeper into meditation. Wear your mala beads around your neck and wrist when you aren’t actively meditating.

Meditation: How to Use Mala Beads

Mala beads are a beautiful way to add relaxation into your meditation session. It is easy to incorporate mala beads in any meditation practice! The best part is that they come in different materials, sizes, and colors for you to choose from.

  1. Select a spot, and lie down with your spine straightening and your eyes closed. To center yourself and align your intention, take a few deep breathes.
  2. Use a mantra if you have one. You can chant silently or aloud.
  3. Your right hand should hold your mala between your index and middle fingers. Begin at the guru beads and count down each bead. As you repeat your mantra, pull it towards you with your thumb. Continue this process 108 times until you reach the guru beads.
  4. You can continue your meditation by simply reversing the direction and starting again.

You can use your mala beads to meditate more effectively. Inhale deeply and exhale while you recite your mantra for each bead.

How to Choose Mala Beads?

Mala beads are available in many styles and colors. You can make the beads from seeds, wood, semiprecious or precious stones, or any other material.

You’ll be using the mala to promote relaxation and calm. It’s important that you choose beads that you feel good about. There is no wrong or right choice and it is best to look for a mala which speaks to you.

Here are a few questions to think about when looking at a particular mala:

  • Do you feel it touch your skin?
  • Does it look beautiful to you?
  • Is it made from a seed or a stone that has special meaning to you?

If you answered “yes” to any of these, the mala will work for you.

What Do Mala Beads Mean Video

Mala Beads are used to focus the mind in meditation.Meditation can be difficult. You can feel too relaxed and drift off to sleep, or your mind can wander from one thought to the next making it difficult to focus. The focus of your mantra and the anchoring of the mind to the task at hand, the mala beads can help you.They can help regulate your breathing and the rhythm of your mantra.

There are many types of mala, and most of them are made of wood. One example is sandalwood, which promotes calmness during meditation. Rosewood also strengthens the aura.

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It is not necessary to meditate with mala beads. However, for beginners, it can be a helpful tool to keep your mind focused on repeating the mantras. You can also keep track of how many repetitions you have made. Mala beads have an additional benefit, you can choose a material to balance and enhance the intent of your mantra.

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What Are Mala Beads Used For In Yoga and Meditation?

About the Author: Mia Martins

Hello, I'm Mia. I love sharing the peace and joy of yoga and meditation with those that I meet on my life journey. I love to inspire and motivate everyone around me. Many blessings of peace. Namaste.

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