“You are beautiful in every way… The world can’t bring you down..” – (Beautiful) sung by Christina Aguilera I love these words… You are beautiful in the eyes of Source. You came here to be who you are…just the way you are…the way you look..the way you be..the things you Love… You didn’t come here to be a clone of anyone else. You came here as an extension of Source to experience this world from your vantage point, a different vantage point from everyone else…to not be bored. How boring would life be of we were all the same? Decide to Love yourself in every moment. That doesn’t mean you can’t choose something different in the next moment. But you can Love YOU in this moment, and this moment as you move along your personal path to something you might consider greater or better. But you area still perfect right now in this moment from where you’ve been and where your going.
I love yooooh 🌸🦋💕 You are beautiful and magnificent right this very second 🥰
Prayer Beads or Malas are a tool used to count the number of times a mantra is recited, breaths while meditating, counting prostrations, or the repetition of Buddha’s name or during prayer. Mālā is a Sanskrit word meaning “garland”. Some people also use the term “mantra beads”, “Buddha beads” “prayer beads”, “meditation beads” and so forth.
In traditional terms, a Mala is a strand of 108, 54, 27 or 21 beads and is usually hand knotted with wood, stone or natural seed beads such as Ruraksha seeds. Mala beads are commonly known to be used in spiritual practice of Japa Meditation.
Traditionally a mala is made up of many parts including: Beads or stones, marker beads, counting beads, knotting cord/knots between beads, Guru bead, tassel and spacer beads. A mala necklace or bracelet can be made of one single type of bead or stone, or a variety of beads and stones.
More recently Mala Beads have become popular and used in a variety of ways and spiritual communities, chakra balance, yoga practice, and meditation & prayer by people of many faiths.
Many people wear Malas for reasons other than spiritual practice + meditation or yoga.
Some people wear their Mala simply for the beauty, the energy they resonate, for intentions and manifesting desires as they walk their sacred path or spiritual journey.
However you choose to wear or use your Mala is always perfect in every way.
“My Love of Energy Healing, Self Healing, Meditation, Spirituality and Gemstones comes together through my creations in True Healing Source Jewelry” ~ Yvette
♡ At True Healing Source Yvette hand crafts each mala necklace & piece of Jewelry in her home studio in Northern Arizona with the intention of spreading the highest vibration of Love and healing frequencies ♡
Yvette is an energy healing practitioner and creates unique personalized healing codes similar to meridian tapping codes when she works with her self healing clients. She has studied many energy healing modalities & spirituality over the past 15 years, and uses this same expertise to create energy correction healing codes based on the meridian system in the subtle body and these healing codes are unique to each mala necklace or meditation necklace that she creates along with the energy + intention of the receiver.
* Smaller jewelry items such as mala bead bracelets and pendulums include a Universal energy correction healing code that Yvette has created to accompany & instill a very special Mantra for self empowerment & higher consciousness and can be used to deepen your meditation.
Hence, the unique code is not created until the necklace/energy healing code combination is chosen + purchased. This special service is something that is unique to True Healing Source jewelry and is not offered by any other spiritual jewelry creator in the world.
𝓦𝓱𝓪𝓽 𝓪𝓻𝓮 𝓶𝓪𝓵𝓪 𝓫𝓮𝓪𝓭𝓼?
“Prayer beads or Malas (Sanskrit: mālā “garland”) are a traditional tool used to count the number of times a mantra is recited, breaths while meditating, counting prostrations, or the repetitions of a Buddha’s name or during prayer – much like the Catholic rosary. “
This sādhanā (practice) is known in Sanskrit as japa. Malas are typically made with 18, 27, 54 or 108 beads. In Tibetan Buddhism, malas of 108 beads are used. Traditionally mala necklaces come as a string of 108 beads (plus one for the “guru bead”). The number’s significance is open to interpretation. But 108 has long been considered a sacred number in Hinduism and yoga
It is customary to hold your mala in your right hand, draped between your middle and index fingers. Starting at the guru bead, use your thumb to count each smaller bead, pulling it toward you as you recite your mantra.
Yvette uses a combination of natural gemstones, crystal, wood and other materials since they hold different frequencies and many different healing qualities. Yvette designs each mala beads necklace or other piece of spiritual healing jewelry with the intention to use with meditation or yoga, Chakra healing or to help clear a resonating physical or emotional issue. She choose stones with specific healing properties but also for the beauty and aesthetics of how the stones, wood and metals look as a whole.
When Yvette is creating a mala bead necklace or other spiritual healing jewelry design, she allows her intuition to guider her, and the design just sort of flows out until it is complete and uniquely beautiful.
Most True Healing Source meditation necklaces and mala beads are one of a kind creations with specific healing properties. Other jewelry such as mala bracelets, can mostly be duplicated unless I use a special one of a kind stone for the focal point.
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