Mala Bead Jasper Shamballa Necklace

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The Shamballa (also known as Shambhala and Shambala) style incorporates many cultural beliefs to bring it to this point. The heritage utilized is a vibrant and rich one being part of the Buddhist culture where the title of this jewel is derived from.

The principle itself is based upon tranquility and inner peace since its name is drawn from Sanskrit. Supposedly, they had been mentioned to be the kings of Shambhala who could rise up and protect the planet in case there was war. This offers rich information to the foundation and background of the idea.

Each color in a Shamballa necklace has a fascinating and unique meaning. The theory of colours relates to the colours in the Shamballa necklace you buy. The colour you select promotes the feeling of well-being associated to the emotion or physical condition you wish to develop.

It’s usually believed that each bead signifies an individual’s sacred journey to harmony, fulfillment, consciousness, tranquility, diligence, thoughtfulness and mindfulness. Other people interpret what they mean in other ways, asserting that the beads signify lessons in spiritual healing, joy, enlightenment, tranquility, peacefulness, intelligence and forgiveness. Furthermore, others nevertheless proclaim that every bead on the bracelet needs to get a unique meaning from the individuals that wear them. A bead might possibly describe what you learned, a phase in life, an event or somebody you like that you would wish to remain in your memory.

Product details:
Adjustable Slide knot 
Length: from 18" to 30" 
Beads Size: 4mm, 6mm, 8mm,10mm and12mm
Natural Gemstones

Handmade Necklace

**Remember items can and will vary from main photo slightly in colour and size.** 
This is due to each item being uniquely handmade and each of the gemstones having their own variations. Shapes and sizes WILL be different for EACH piece.





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