Gold Positivity 108 Bead Mala Drift wood

Reconnect to the peace which is
already within you

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For mantra, meditation, healing
and for the simple pleasure of their beauty.

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108 bead malas created with love and intention in Rishikesh, India

STARDUST MALAS

Beautiful, Authentic Malas

Stardust malas are handmade in Rishikesh, India using traditional methods and quality, natural materials. Perfect for mantra repetition, for the healing properties of gemstones and simply for their beauty. Carry your intention with you as you wear your mala throughout the day.


ROCKS

A crystal is a perfect structure, a physical representation of the earth’s dramatic evolution

Formed over millions of years deep beneath the earth’s crust, crystals harness the earth's own DNA. Revered for their beauty and believed to channel life force, they have been used for thousands of years to release mental, physical and spiritual blockages. The body only wants to be healthy and is in a constant state of self-repair. Meditating with crystals is thought to help connect our conscious with our physical body, to clear the negative energy which prevents you from healing yourself.


MAKING
STARDUST

'Ultimately you are not a person, but a focal point where the universe is becoming conscious of itself. What an amazing miracle.'

Ekhart Tolle

The name Stardust reminds me of what we really are, a mass of particles evolved over billions of years from exploded stars. Look up and we’re reminded of how tiny and insignificant we are in terms of this universe, yet that we are made of this.  It’s a favourite meditation.

We are all stardust.


JOURNAL

The Power of Mantra

Mantras have been used as a meditational tool by numerous cultures & religions for around 5000 years. They need not be complicated, simply the repetition… READ MORE

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As Featured in Yoga Magazine

Find us in the April edition of Yoga Magazine, talking all about meditation and how to use your mala.

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