Pele

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Pele

from 75.00

Through the end of October: 10% of all Element Mala sales will be donated to Hurricane Maria and earthquake recovery efforts in Puerto Rico and Mexico via Hispanic Federation's UNIDOS Disaster Relief Fund (www.hispanicfederation.org)

 

Pele: The Fire Goddess

Pele is one of the most well known and revered in Hawaiian mythology. She is a goddess of fire, lightning, dance, wind and volcanoes. She is both a creator and destroyer. Pele throws molten fountains into the air and governs the great flows of lava. With her power over the volcanoes, she created the Hawaiian Islands, and to this day, she has been known to reveal herself throughout the beautiful islands she crafted herself.

This mala necklace is part of our Fire Collection. This traditional Tibetan mala has 108 beads, plus 3 marker beads (not to be counted in meditation), and a guru bead and silk tassel. This particular mala is comprised of Lava Stones, with Fire Agate marker beads, and a handcrafted guru bead from Tibet of Tibetan silver and Carnelian. The tassel is 100% spun silk in variegated shades of red and black. This necklace has been strung with red color Nylon thread for its strength and durability, especially important when working with natural stones, as their hard edges can sometimes rub against and weaken other threads such as cotton or silk. All of our malas are hand-knotted between each bead, which protects your beads should the necklace ever break. It also helps alleviate potential damage caused by beads rubbing against each other.

Note: This mala is available in two different sizes, with 6mm or 8mm stones. Please select size during checkout.

Natural Stone Properties

All of our malas are made with genuine high quality semi-precious stones that each carry their own special and specific energetic properties to help you attract or overcome certain feelings, thoughts and emotions. This mala's metaphysical properties include:

-Strength
-Courage
-Stability in times of change
-Integrity
-Promotes creativity
-Attracts prosperity and good luck
-Combats anger

Lava Stone (Basalt)
Basalt is a rock formed from magma erupting from a volcano. Since basalt is formed from molten lava, it originates from rock that was heated to the point of liquifying, you can only imagine the strength contained in this stone. Basalt is a stone of strength and courage, it provides stability in times of change. It often helps to dissipate anger and provide guidance and understanding. Because Lava Stone comes from volcanic origin, the nooks and crannies make each stone completely unique. Because of its porous nature, Lava Stone can also be infused with oils for further healing.

Fire Agate
Fire Agate, known as the spiritual flame of absolute perfection, is a variety of Chalcedony, a mineral of the Quartz family. Historically, Fire Agate was used in alchemy because it was believed to contain the essence of fire. It is a stone of integrity, encouraging high standards of behavior in self and others, and promotes passion in love and in life. Fire Agate provides a steady, vibrant energy that stimulates a zest for living. It is a stone of creativity and expression, and is particularly helpful in overcoming artistic blocks of all kinds. Agate promotes inner stability, composure, and maturity, while its warm protective properties encourage security and self-confidence.

Carnelian
Carnelian is an orange-colored variety of Chalcedony, a mineral of the Quartz family. The ancient Egyptians called Carnelian "the setting sun." Carnelian is said to attract prosperity, new resources and good luck. It is a talisman for success, and is said to lend the courage needed to help overcome difficulties. Carnelian is a stabilizing crystal, perfect for anchoring in the present. Its high energy helps restore lost vitality and motivation, and stimulates creativity for new pursuits. It improves concentration and protects against envy, rage, and resentment in yourself and others, encouraging instead a life of love.

mind·ful·ness

/ˈmīn(d)f(ə)lnəs/

With the constant overstimulation of our minds and the stress of everyday life, it's easy to get swept up in the chaos and forget how to be present. It's so tempting to waste our mental energy agonizing over the mistakes of our past, or worrying about the implications of the future. The only way to avoid these distractions is to be.

To practice mindfulness, simply, is to practice being- truly being- in moments as they are. When we challenge ourselves to be present, it brings our mind and body into alignment, and it becomes easier to let go of worry. Bringing your focus to your breath, feeling the air as it fills your lungs, and acknowledging and appreciating your surroundings is mindfulness in its purest state. Mindfulness involves a deep connection between soul and body. By bringing these two into harmony, we can find a stillness- stillness from which we can derive peace.

What are mala beads?

Malas are necklaces that are traditionally used in a form of meditation called Japa, found in Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism. When practicing Japa, one recites a mantra (either vocally or internally) 108 times. The number 108 holds a great amount of significance in many aspects of Buddhist culture, including the section of the Lankavatara sutra in which Bodhisattva Mahamati asks Buddha 108 questions, the 108 earthly temptations to overcome in search of Nirvana, and the 108 feelings it is believed a person can experience.

Traditional Tibetan malas have 108 beads, as well as three marker beads and a guru bead. The marker beads are not counted in the meditation, and are usually made from a different material than the others to introduce a tactile difference and assist the user in tracking their progress while meditating. The 109th stone, referred to as the guru bead, or sumeru, represents the relationship between student and teacher. Traditionally, meditations are started to the left side of the sumeru, with the beads held between the thumb and either the middle or ring finger. The index finger should be extended outwards, as it represents ego. Working clockwise, the user recites their mantra once on each bead, completing the meditation on the other side of the sumeru. It is important to note that the sumeru should not be crossed over during the course of meditation.

These beads are not intended to get wet. If they are submerged in water, the tassel may begin to unravel slightly, or the organic materials, such as wood beads or seeds, may fade or change colors.

 

Pele 27 Bead Pocket Mala: www.awareboutique.com/malas/pele-pocket

If you have any requests for a custom design, visit our custom order page: www.awareboutique.com/custon-orders/

Please visit our shop for our hand-knotted malas and intention bracelets.

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108 Bead Full Size Malas: http://www.awareboutique.com/malas/?category=-Full+Malas

27 Bead Pocket Malas: http://www.awareboutique.com/malas/?category=-Pocket+Malas

Hand-Drawn Note Cards: www.awareboutique.com/cards/

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