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Mala Bracelets & Necklace Facts
The distance between the Sun and Earth is 108 times the diameter of the Sun.
The distance between the Moon and Earth is 108 times the diameter of the Moon.
The Diameter of the sun is 108 times the diameter of Earth. The mala is believed to maintain our harmony with the sun and moon energies effecting our quality of life and good health.
There are 12 zodiac signs and 9 planets 12 x 9 = 108.
A mala is often worn to alleviate the influence of the planets or ‘stars’ in our life and thus avoid afflictions and the problems generally predicted in ones astrological chart.
There are 108 main energy channels or nerves than run through the heart. Called Anahata Chakra, wearing a mala that reaches till the heart supports the vital flow of energy through ‘seat of the self’, as taught in traditional Yoga.
108 degrees Fahrenheit is the maximum internal temperature the body can maintain it’s function, it is believed the mala balances and maintains the bodies inner harmony, heat and can help us avoid illness.
All 27 constellations of our galaxy have 4 directions, the total combinations is 27 x 4 =108 More than two-thirds of the world use prayer beads, rosary beads, or worry beads today, to aid in their spiritual practices.
When the Roman Empire was trading with India, they mistook the word japa (mantra mala) for jap, the Latin word for “rose.” So when these prayer beads came to be used in Rome, they were called rosarium, or rosary in English, hence the origin of Christian beads is from ancient India.
Mala Beads Aren’t Only for Religious Practice
Traditionally, mala beads were used to practice religion. The word ‘mala’ itself means heavenly garland but you don’t have to be religious to use them. In fact, prayer beads were traditionally used for meditation as well, which is where their main use today comes from. So, religion can be a part of your practise if you want but in no way, shape or form is it a requirement.
Mala Necklaces Can Be as Spiritual as You Want With the prior mentioned, you may be wondering what the value of a mala bead necklace is if it isn’t for religious and spiritual purpose. For starters, since they were traditionally used as a sacred and spiritual tool, you can still use them as such. The natural materials used to create each mala bead necklace hold spiritual benefits that give them purpose. Some mala beads channel positive energy, whereas others provide calming elements, some enhance clarity, others improve independence, and so on and so forth.
So, your Mala necklaces can be as spiritual as you want – or not spiritual at all. If you don’t believe in spiritual benefits, you don’t have to use your mala beads for them. Instead, they can just be a killer piece of yoga jewelry or a tool you use to count during your meditation.
Your Mala Can Touch the Ground If That’s What Feels Right to You The traditional views of placing your mala necklace on the ground is deemed to be extremely disrespectful. However, we aren’t back in ancient times and things have changed. While many yogis place their mala beads on top of their yoga mat during practice, you can do whatever you want. The secret to capitalizing on the power of your mala prayer necklace is to do what feels right to you. If placing your prayer beads on the ground feels like it aligns with what you’re feeling and trying to achieve, then by all means, get down on that floor with your mala!
You Can Cleanse your Mala… Or Not The way you should treat your mala beads ultimately comes down to your reason for using them. After all, if you are wearing mala necklaces for a fashion statement and don’t believe in the spiritual value, then there’s no need for you to recite a sentence for cleansing.
On the contrary, if you are using your mala beads for their spiritual capabilities and you do drop it on the ground (and don’t believe it should touch the floor), then you do want to cleanse it. This is as simple as reciting a cleansing mantra such as, “Om Mani Padme Hum” or placing it under direct sunlight. Many people also use sage to cleanse their malas.
At the end of the day, the way you should use and treat your mala necklace comes down to you. Mala beads are very specific to their wearer and if you’re doing something because someone on the Internet told you to, there’s really no value there.