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Mala Rose Quartz Hand Knotted 108 Bead Prayer Mala

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Rose Quartz is the stone of unconditional love and infinite peace. Purifies and opens the heart. Brings inner healing. Attracts love. Restores trust and harmony. Draws off negative energy and replaces it with loving vibes ! These malas are handmade by Nepali women and mantras are chanted with each knot. 108 beads is the traditional number used for daily mantra practice. 8 mm beads made with very strong thread and the knotting makes the mala comfortable when worn around the neck and also allows for enough flexibility to wear comfortably as a wrist mala. Hanging length is approx. 21". Comes with a descriptive tag attached explaining the stone meaning and benefits.

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