Lord Krishna, Bhagavad Gita 10.41
All of our jewellery is created with the utmost love, care and intention; from material selection to aesthetics. The final step in our creation process is a special ceremony where each piece is blessed with ancient Vedic Mantras.
As well as natural gems and metals, our limited edition Malas are made of Tulsi, Rudraksha and sandalwood – materials revered in Yogic texts as having specific qualities to aid one in the journey of the Soul.
Tulsi, meaning ‘incomparable’, is an ancient sacred plant from India worshipped for it’s powerful spiritual qualities. Also known as Goddess Vrinda, who is seen as the mother of Bhakti or Devotion, Tulsi has the power to guide the spiritual seeker on their path. It is worshipped daily in thousands of temples all over India, and beads made from the sacred wood are used for mantra meditation, as well as worn around the neck for spiritual protection.
Found growing in the Himalayas, the Rudraksha seed is considered to be one of the most spiritually powerful materials available to Yogis for meditation and protection. The name Rudrakasa means ‘The eyes of Shiva’, as the Vedic texts speak about a time when Lord Shiva meditated for the welfare of mankind and emerged crying tears of compassion. They posses a deep energy and are said to bless one with peace of mind.
Sandalwood is a soothing, high vibration wood used for millennia in spiritual practices throughout the world, and it’s fragrance and energy are used traditionally for clearer perception and to promote tranquility and a positive frame of mind. Our Sandalwood Malas are a beautiful way to incorporate this special substance into your spiritual practice.
In keeping with our ethos of ethical business, all of our jewellery is lovingly hand made in the UK…by Sundari and her small team!