A mala necklace of rose quartz beads and an aragonite pendant, intended to help connect with earth and nature
Aragonite is said to encourage emotional grounding and a personal connection to the earth. Strung with 108 beads of rose quartz, it is a mala, a traditional Buddhist prayer necklace used for counting repetitions during spiritual practices. Rose quartz is believed to carry feminine energies of compassion, healing and nourishment. Small beads of copper accent the design and conduct energies.
Mala beads are used while reciting, chanting, repeating a mantra during a spiritual practice or breathing during meditation. Turn each bead, held between the thumb and forefinger, for every prayer or breath. This keeps the focus on the meaning and/or sound of the mantra rather than being distracted by the need to count. Aragonite is believed to help release mental obstacles in order to balance the emotional body. Rose quartz is said to dissolve emotional wounds and restore a loving energy that inspires the gratitude of beauty in the self, others and nature. Though a tool for spiritual practices, wearing this necklace throughout the day can be a reminder of intentions. Note that crystal practitioners use crystals for specific purposes. This information is not intended to diagnose or treat health conditions.
Becoming a self-taught jewelry maker was a natural turn for Natalie Mitchell, who studied textile design at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, California before founding Kolored Krowns, a line of jewelry inspired by the individuality of raw crystals as well as the range and depth of their colors. Working with natural gemstones, she creates jewelry as a way to capture what she considers “the mystery of life’s natural energies that remain unseen.” As she adds each bead and ties each knot, she repeats a mantra, infusing the finished necklace with intention.
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