Hanuman Mala - Magus
The Hanuman Collection has been inspired by masculine energy - but it is not exclusively for men.
It has a rugged earthy feel - using materials such as lava stone, pyrite, wood and obsidian to create malas and bracelets that are strong, striking, and spiritual.
Named for Hanuman, the Hindu god that embodies the qualities of strength and valor - as well as service and surrender - this collection reminds you to carry that energy everyday into all that you do.
This Hanuman Mala is called Magus - as the stones used to make it work with the energies of manifestation. Like the magician, each of us is capable of creating the life we want. through our intentions and thoughts.
It has Red Agate gemstone beads (6mm) hand knotted on silk cord in a traditional Tibetan pattern with one knot between each gemstone. It has Tibetan Dzi marker beads and guru bead and is finished with a chocolate brown and garnet red handmade tassel.
Gemstones: Red Agate
Markers: Dzi beads
Guru: Dzi bead
Bead size: 6mm
Tied pattern: Tibetan Mala
- Mala garland: 30.5" (77cm)
- Guru & Tassel: 2.5" (6.5cm)
- Length top to tassel end: 17" (43cm)
Red Agate is a healing stone for body, mind and spirit. Emotionally, it gives courage, emotional strength, self-confidence, and dispels fears. It assists with acceptance of all things. It cleanses and stabilizes auras, eliminating and transforming negativity.
Dzi beads are also called 'heaven's beads' in Mandarin. In Tibetan 'dzi' means brightness or splendor. Dzi beads are made from agate etched with with decorative symbols composed of circles, ovals, squares, waves or zig zags, or other geometric or symbolic patterns. The origin of the beads is a mystery - dating back to 2000BC when they arrived in India from Tibet. Initially they were believed to work like an 'evil eye' - protecting the wearer from harm. Over the centuries they have continued to be prized as amulets - providing the wearer with spiritual support.
Hanuman: is one of the most popular Hindu deities. He is an embodiment of service (Seva), devotion (Bhakti) and surrender (samarpan, egolessness). He is also considered an incarnation of Shiva. He is depicted as having a high chin (hence the name Hanuman) and facial features and a long tail resembling those of monkey. In physical characteristics he is shown in what appears to be 'sub-human', but he is considered to embody qualities that are divine/super human, which all of us aspire to have. He is endowed with tremendous physical and spiritual strength, courage and valor, fearlessness, high intelligence, vast knowledge and truthfulness of speech.
Note: Our jewelry and mist products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any ailment or disease. Any results are the sole responsibility of the user.
You can rest assured that you will be purchasing the mala you see here. We believe that each mala is a precious talisman and a unique piece of beauty. As such, every mala is handcrafted for its intended purpose and photographed for the site.
Every Pranachic mala comes with support for your intention work, including:
- Thoughts on the intention you are working with
- Affirmations and mantras you can use in your work
- Information on the crystals used to create your mala
This will come physically or electronically to you (depending on your location).
Your mala will come in a pouch with a protective tassel guard ready to begin its relationship with you.