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Rudraksha Tibetan Wrist Mala/Yoga Bracelet with Carnelian and Turquoise
Rudraksha Tibetan Wrist Mala/Yoga Bracelet with Carnelian and Turquoise
Rudraksha Tibetan Wrist Mala/Yoga Bracelet with Carnelian and Turquoise
Rudraksha Tibetan Wrist Mala/Yoga Bracelet with Carnelian and Turquoise

Rudraksha Tibetan Wrist Mala/Yoga Bracelet with Carnelian and Turquoise

$9.99
SKU:
PA-HT80-85MI
Weight:
0.03 Ounces
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout

Introducing the Rudraksha Tibetan Wrist Mala/Yoga Bracelet with Carnelian and Turquoise. This beautiful handcrafted bracelet is made with natural Rudraksha seeds, Carnelian gemstones, and Turquoise beads. It is said that Rudraksha seeds have special properties that can help to improve concentration, relieve stress, and promote peace and calmness. Carnelian is a semi-precious stone that is believed to have a strong grounding and stabilizing energies. It is said to boost confidence, motivation, and vitality. Turquoise is a highly revered stone that has been used for centuries for its powerful healing properties. It is known as a "master healer" and is said to promote physical and emotional well-being.

The Rudraksha Tibetan Wrist Mala/Yoga Bracelet with Carnelian and Turquoise makes a perfect gift for anyone who loves yoga, and meditation, or simply wants to enjoy the benefits of wearing a beautiful piece of jewelry that is also beneficial for the mind, body, and spirit.

Authentic Rudraksha beads of Indonesian Origin and ethically sourced and handmade in Kathmandu Nepal.  The beads are 100% Sustainable seeds. 

Each bead measures 8mm and there are 18 beads.  The bracelet is adjustable, measures 7 inches when fully tightened, and opens to about 10.5 inches.

Handmade In Kathmandu Nepal 

How to adjust this wrist mala (you can also reference our instructional video https://www.handsoftibet.com/how-to-adjust-our-wrist-mala-bracelet/):

1. Hold the mala with the long knot at the top. Use thumb and forefinger from each hand to hold beads on either side of the knot (left hand holds the bead on the eft, right hand holds the bead on the right).

2. Pull hands apart and away from the long knot. Our malas are usually knotted a little tight so you can pull pretty hard!

3. To tighten, pull small beads at the end of the strings.

 

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