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Tulsi Mala Black KRISHNAJap Mala Hindu Japa Meditation Yoga Necklace Rosary 108


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Tulsi Mala Black KRISHNAJap Mala Hindu Japa Meditation Yoga Necklace Rosary 108 

The tulsi mala or a rosary made from the holy basil plant, is a beautiful thing to possess and wear. Hindus see the tulsi mala - the light, chandan-coloured one as a way to connect to Vishnu or any of his avatars like Krishna and Rama, while the Buddhists prefer the black tulsi mala to chant and usher in good fortune.

As soon as you wear the tulsi mala, around your neck or around your wrist, you feel protected and focussed. It actually goes a long way in helping you deal with the stress of modern life. If time permits, you can simply chant Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare/Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare HareSome people believe that this mere chant is enough for salvation in this dark age called Kali Yuga, but even this seems a difficult task for people to do, such is the manifestation of this age.
 
All people who use a rosary or mala around the world and following different religions will acknowledge that holding it in your hand enchances one's concentration on the prayer. There's a certain path you follow while using the beads and that makes praying a concrete and real affair. Krishna devotees believe that increased chanting brings you closer to God.

How to use the mala: The Japa Mala has 108 beads set in a loop, with one big bead which represents Krishna. To chant, one starts with the smaller of the two beads set next to the Krishna bead, holding it with the thumb and the middle finger, and then begins chanting. After finishing one complete round, one starts on the opposite side, instead of crossing over the Krishna bead, considered disrespectful.
 
 
Chanting involves to reciting mantras or shlokas which creates a musical aura around one, helping one to enjoy the meditation time. You can close your eyes, if not driving, and conncet with the Greater Force. You can even carry your mala in a bag available nowadays where another person does not really see you counting the beads. This helps you create some privacy in a public place like the Metro. Sitting in your puja room or space allows you to light a fragrant incense to enhance the whole experience.

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Tulsi Mala Black KRISHNAJap Mala Hindu Japa Meditation Yoga Necklace Rosary 108