What are Mala Beads?
Simply put, mala beads are a strand of beads used in meditation practice. Usually to count mantras and to help you sit in silence. To artist, Lynnea, they are much more. From Darc Moon’s
website, Lynnea explains:
Mala beads are more than an accessory.
Mala beads are an ancient tool that was developed to keep the mind focused on the practice of meditation. Mala’s originate from Buddhism and Hinduism, but you do not to have to be religious or spiritual to wear mala beads. A mala can simply be used as a reminder of your intentions. Typically, the mala a person needs will find them.
A mala consists of 108 natural gemstones, hand knotted after each bead, charged with a mantra, one guru bead and tassel. A mala is a gift that keeps on giving because of the energetic gemstone properties and the love and intention that is put into the construction of each necklace.
Mala’s also provide balance for the chakras. Chakras are the energy points and centers of spiritual power in the human body, there are seven of them.
Who is Darc Moon?
Darc Moon’s founder, Lynnea is an artist, an adventurer and a person inspired by malas, their intentions, and journey through and with them. Click HERE to read more about Lynnea’s journey in founding Darc Moon and her inspiring journey.
- Dates: Saturday, November 9th, 2019
- Times: 1pm – 4:30pm
- Includes: mala beads, strands, local eats, water & hot tea
- Cost: $70
Grab your friends and join Lynnea of DarcMoon to learn the beautiful art of Mala Making. It’s a fun way to get creative with your community and learn a new skill.
You will learn the history of this intentional jewelry piece, gain knowledge about the different gemstone properties and construct a 108 gemstone Mala necklace. You will also see how malas can be incorporated into your meditation practice and everyday life.
Workshop includes: mala beads, strands, guru beads, guidance & local foods!
Space is limited to 18, be sure to register in advanced!
Follow the Facebook Event Page HERE!