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  1. Wrist Mala - Rosewood with Drawsting Bag

    The gentle touch of rosewood is popular for the warmth it can bring to any spiritual practice. Carefully made in Dharamsala with a durable coated nylon wire, this mala was made to be a partner in a lifetime on the path. Comes in a beautiful cloth bag.
    $17.25
  2. Wrist Mala - Faux Turquoise with Drawsting Bag

    This mala is made of a reconsituted turquoise. The single crystal 'marker bead' is added to create a unique decorative finish. It is strung with a stretch elastic. Hand strung in Kathmandu. Comes in a beautiful cloth bag.

    $16.00
  3. Wrist Mala - Dzi Bead with Drawsting Bag

    Tibetan rosaries (malas) are traditionally used for a special Buddhist practice. The bead size typically ranges from 7 to 9 mm diameter. Featuring dzi (pronounced zee) beads, the brown and white "Buddha-eye" have a characteristic design of white lines produced by a resist or etching process or sometimes, by the mix of two materials used in their formation. The meaning of the word dzi is shine, brightness, cleanness, splendor. People used to say that they are the petrified bodies of heavenly insects. Hand-strung in Dharamasala on a durable nylon coated wire. Comes in a beautiful cloth bag.
    $17.25
  4. Wood Pendant Necklace, 'Tz'ikin Maya Calendar'

    According to the Maya calendar, on the day known as Tz'ikin, the energy is perfect for connecting with higher levels of thought and wisdom, explains Iliana Hernandez. She's made her jewelry collection, including this necklace, with a lot of love and bright colors to express the richness of the Maya culture. Tz'ikin symbolizes the freedom to search for new experiences and is associated with an eagle. The palo blanco round wood pendant is painted and tied to a beige faux-suede cord. .925 Sterling silver clasp.

    $24.95
  5. Wood pendant necklace, 'Tijax Maya Calendar'

    The energy of the day known as Tijax illuminates the path to finding the equilibrium between the spiritual realm and our lives, says Iliana Hernandez alluding to the beliefs that underlie the Maya calendar. Each day is represented by a specific glyph, which Hern?ndez hand-paints on a palo blanco wood pendant hanging from a beige faux-suede cord. This glyph is depicted as the point of the warrior's obsidian dagger, symbol of bravery and courage. The animals associated with Tijax are the swordfish, owl and toucan. .925 Sterling silver clasp
    $24.95
  6. Wood pendant necklace, 'N'oj Maya Calendar'

    The energy of the day known as N'oj allows us to study and connect with our sensitive, artistic and receptive self, says Iliana Hernandez alluding to the beliefs that underlie the Maya calendar. Each day is represented by a specific glyph, which Hern?ndez hand-paints on a palo blanco wood pendant hanging from a beige faux-suede cord. This wisdom glyph is depicted as the brain and spine, while the dots represent the aspects to develop: intellect, knowledge, wisdom and sacred science. The animals associated with N'oj are the coyote and woodpecker. .925 Sterling silver clasp
    $24.95
  7. Wood pendant necklace, 'Keme Maya Calendar'

    The energy of the day known as Keme helps us to let go of the people or the relationships which are no longer part of our lives, says Iliana Hern?ndez, alluding to the beliefs that underlie the ancient Maya calendar. Each day is represented by a specific glyph, which Hern?ndez hand-paints on a palo blanco wood pendant hanging from a beige faux-suede cord. This glyph represents the life and death cycle. The animal associated with Keme is the owl. .925 Sterling silver clasp
    $24.95
  8. Wood pendant necklace, 'Imox Maya Calendar'

    The energy of the day known as Imox allows us to keep calm and collected when facing chaos and the unexpected, understanding that it is all part of life, says Iliana Hernandez alluding to the beliefs that underlie the Maya calendar. Each day is represented by a specific glyph, which Hern?ndez hand-paints on a palo blanco wood pendant hanging from a beige faux-suede cord. This glyph represents the god of rain and symbolizes fertility. The animals associated with Imox are the alligator, crocodile, shark and turtle. .925 Sterling silver clasp
    $24.95
  9. Wood pendant necklace, 'Ee Maya Calendar'

    According to the Maya calendar, on the day known as Ee the energy is perfect for traveling, explains Iliana Hernandez. I've made this jewelry collection with a lot of love and bright colors to express the richness of the Maya culture. Ee symbolizes the path of destiny and is associated with a lynx. Hernandez paints the palo blanco wood pendant and ties it to a beige faux-suede cord. .925 Sterling silver clasp
    $24.95
  10. Wood pendant necklace, 'Ajpu Maya Calendar'

    The energy of the day known as Ajpu is ideal for reconnecting with our inner hero, says Iliana Hernandez alluding to the beliefs that underlie the Maya calendar. Each day is represented by a specific glyph, which Hern?ndez hand-paints on a palo blanco wood pendant hanging from a beige faux-suede cord. Resembling a person blowing a festive serpentine, this glyph symbolizes the life force. The creature associated with Ajpu is the human being. .925 Sterling silver clasp
    $24.95
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