What Are Mala Beads?

With roots in Buddhism and Hinduism - mala beads have been used to as a tool to focus the mind in a meditation practice for thousands of years. Often referred to as Japa Meditation, the mala is used to help you keep your focus and count your breaths while practicing meditation. Use these beads throughout the day to inspire your mindfulness practice.

Creating a home meditation space

Building a home space will inspire you to sit in meditation, and connect with yourself more often.

Why Use A Cushion In Your Practice?

Beautiful enough to leave out in your space, our cushions are a reminder to come back to yourself by connecting with your breath. Made in India with natural materials, the cushions are a tool to support you in a seated practice. The floor cushion supports your ankles (preventing your legs from falling asleep in meditation!) and the round cushion supports your hips. The cushions are a beautiful reminder to take a pause — sit, breathe and find grounding.

Just the simple act of running my thumb over the beads gives me a strengthened sense of calm. My malas have become something I reach for daily

Jen W, Mala CUSTOMER

Crystals and meditation

Crystals are a beautiful addition to any meditation space. They're a physical reminder of an intention. For example, if you are looking to meditate on love, rose quartz is the perfect stone for you. If you're looking for fearlessness, Obsidian and Onyx are supportive. Clarity, you would use Quartz Crystal. While Smokey Quartz would be perfect for the intention of grounding. You can use these crystals throughout your home or in your mindfulness space to remind you of your practice and inspire you to tap into the qualities you are seeking.

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