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Modern Om

CONNECTION Modern Mala

$38.00

CONNECTION Modern Mala
CONNECTION Modern Mala
CONNECTION Modern Mala

CONNECTION Modern Mala

$38.00

The CONNECTION mala from our Modern Collection is designed for use with a mindful practice, or for wearing out in the world.

Our LONG mala has 108 beads and is approximately 21.5 - 22” long (without the tassel) and wraps around your wrist 4-5 times. The SHORT mala is 54 beads, and is about 14.5 -15” long (without the tassel). You can wrap it around your wrist 3 times.

The color violet represents the 7th chakra, CONNECTION, and reminds you of your intention to be present in the now.

All Modern ŌM Malas come in our signature gift box and include short descriptions of the materials used in their making.

Wearing It

Wear the Modern CONNECTION mala around your neck, or wrap it around your wrist 5 or 6 times.

You can gently stretch your mala to the perfect length if you choose to wear it around your wrist. Don’t worry—it won’t break.

MALA CARE: It is best not to wash your mala beads or wear your mala when swimming or bathing as this can damage the wood. To clean your mala beads gently wipe the beads using a damp cloth and place them in the shade to dry.

Origin & Materials

Modern ŌM malas are ethically hand crafted on Hainan Island in China. All woods used in our malas are taken from sustainable sources.

Our Gray mala beads are made from the Schema tree that grows in the Eastern Himalaya. Its wood is considered to be very helpful in grounding the body, and great for healing.

Our artisans recite mantras as they hand-tie the knots of your mala, to add their positive intentions to yours.

Guarantee

Because malas are special objects that absorb the energy of your intentions, Modern ŌM honors the commitments you make when you wear them.

The Mala Society is our promise to repair or replace your mala in the event that it ever breaks.

By purchasing a mala online from us, you are automatically registered into the Mala Society. For more information click the link above.