Tips for Caring for Your Mala

I strive to make my products last, so my malas come with a 30-day guarantee. If it breaks, or the tassel falls apart, on its own within the first 30 days, I will re-string the mala at no cost to you. After 30 days, there will be a $30 fee to fix your mala. Please keep all the parts together as best you can.

Moldavite Mala

Tips for Caring for Your Mala

Malas are a string of beads traditionally used in meditation. My parents raised me Catholic, so I liken them to rosaries. They’re used to keep track of your prayers, intentions, or mantras. The malas I create are usually worn as necklaces so that the crystals’ vibrations are in your energetic field, influencing your life in positive ways.      

Double Wrapping Mala

When wearing your mala, do so with intention. They are hand-knotted using 100% silk cord, but that does not mean they will last indefinitely. I recommend that you purchase your mala with the knowledge that it may fall apart when the mala’s medicine has done its work. Typically, it happens when the phase you were in (when you called in the mala) has ended.

To increase the longevity of your mala’s life, do not wear it while doing manual labor or chores around the house. They can easily snag on objects and break. Keep your mala in a safe place out of the reach of children. Please do not wear them in the water or while you sleep. 

If the mala is too long, I suggest doubling it up. Most malas can be wrapped around twice to shorten their length. You can also tuck it into your shirt to protect it.

I learned to make malas to fix the ones that broke for me. Ironically, they kept breaking shortly after fixing them—all of them. The chapter of my life when I needed their supportive energy had come to a close. I now use those malas as decoration to adorn my altar.

If you have any questions, please let me know.

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