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Rosary or Mala is a string of specialized beads (mostly 108 in number) commonly used for Japa of mantras, and names of the deities and for special purposes. It can also be used as a mindfulness aid without any religious affiliation.
There are several benefits of wearing a japmala. Doing meditation using a japmala would calm your mind by reducing stress. It improves concentration, focus, and improves mood. It brings positivity into the life of the prayer. It has healing properties which improve the overall health of the person.
The beads are used in japamala practice in the yogic tradition to recite mantras in meditation. On the mala, a full cycle of 108 repetitions is counted so that the practitioner can concentrate on the sounds, vibration, and significance of what is being uttered. In Hindu tradition, the number 108 is sacred. Malas, also known as Japa beads, are 108-bead strings used for spiritual meditation, chanting, and prayer.
Yes, even if we aren't praying, we can wear it. In fact, it is also used as a japamala while praying. It is worn by yogis and many spiritual seekers. Actually, it functions as a shell to conserve energy.
Keep mala beads away from the ground. If you are not wearing the mala, it is advisable to place it within the mala bag made of cotton to avoid this.
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Malas can be built of seeds, wood, crystals, or gemstones. The possibilities are nearly limitless. To choose your mala, try utilizing your intuition and thinking about what you want to achieve. Then locate a mala that will assist you in achieving your goals. A solid rule of thumb for selecting a gemstone mala is to align your aims with your body's chakras. For more queries, you can also consult our Principal Astrologer.
Yes, you can chant many mantras or a single mantra with the same Japa mala. Japa malas are tools that can help you meditate as an object of divinity by focusing on the recitation/chanting of mantras. It aids in keeping track of how many times the mantra has been uttered.
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