Om Gun Gunpataye Namah
- I offer my obeisances to Lord Ganesha
This mantra invokes the divine energy of Ganesha.
It is renowned for attaining wisdom, knowledge, removing internal and external obstacles, and giving prosperity, grace and compassion.
Meaning of the syllables:
- Om – The universal sound that sustains life
- Gun – The seed ‘bija’ sound of Ganesha
- Ganapataye – The remover of obstacles
- Na – The Lord’s concealing grace
- Mah – The world
Hematite: A powerful grounding stone that enables you to overcome weakness or timidity, enhancing your self-esteem. Strengthen your personal power with hematite whilst allowing it to absorb toxic emotions and help with decision making; harmonising the mind, body and spirit.
Black Tourmaline: Clears and balances the Chakras, encouraging a positive attitude and stimulating practical creativity.
Gemstones work as filters and regulators. They will not give you something that you do not already have, but will help you tune into the innate wisdom, love and strength that is already inside of you.
Our crystals are natural and authentically sourced. Each bead flows gracefully from one to the next. The beads are individually hand knotted to provide strength and longevity to the mala. Both the thread and tassel are made of soft cotton, to help extend the life of your mala. This delicate mantra bar is created entirely from sterling silver, making it hypoallergenic and kind to sensitive skin. This element acts as a reminder for self-observation and self-love. Please note that our images are not to scale and each crystal will vary slightly in size, shape and colour. Please also check the dimensions below for product size. Each mala is carefully hand wrapped and presented in a pouch together with a card description of the crystals.
103 beads at 6mm each.
Sterling silver mantra bar replaces five crystals — turn it over five times in meditation.
Hangs at 49cm including tassel. Length is approximate as each mala is unique.
This mala has been handcrafted by a fair trade yogi artisan in a rural village in North India who was provided with fair wages and a safe and supportive working environment.