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Palo Santo Japa Mala
The Japa Malas are used since the middle of the first millennium B.C. It's a rosary used by Hindus and Buddhists. Their use is for meditate, recite a mantra or any motivational phrase. It’s also used for spiritual practice known in Sanskrit as Japa.
As to its etymology; Yapa means repeating sentences. Mala is translated as a necklace or wreath. Then a Japa Mala is "a collar to repeat prayers".
Usually it is made of 108 round beads. This number can sometimes vary. They are usually made of wood. Putting them all together form a circle. It ends with an elongated account that represents the Abode of the Gods.
The Malas are used to recite a song, mentally repeat a mantra, or the names of a deity. To achieve an effectiveness must use the correct phrase that corresponds to epigraph. That sentence must accompany the Japa Mala. This is used to improve your concentration in meditation.
There are many religions that use Japa Mala. In Christianity a rosary is used. Its purpose is to recite the 10 Hail Marys. There are a number of groups of 10 to complete the Rosary.
Hinduism is the oldest religion that uses this type of elements. The number of repetitions is different, but the reason is always the same.
The Malas are also seen in other cultures and religions. They are known as prayer beads, rosary beads and worry beads. They are made of different materials. Its properties have specific energetic effects.
Their use depends on the culture. Some Hindu traditions hold that the proper way to use a Japa Mala is with his right hand. The thumb pushes it aside the accounts. The middle finger covers the Mala. The index finger represents ego.
In northeast India there are traditions Shakta. The Japa Mala is placed on the ring finger of the right hand. The accounts are moved by the middle finger with thumb support. The use of the index finger is avoided.
Important Don't confuse this Hindu rosary, with the Christian rosary we all know. The first has 6000 years of history. While the second has only 1500 years.
Phrases that accompany the Japa Mala
It's usually repeated a number of mantras aloud. The phrase used has a high emotional impact because it is typical of the person who chooses. They have special meaning. This makes the Japa Mala in a more powerful tool.
You can think what you want to change in your life. It can be a bad thing you need to transform into good, or something positive to want to improve.
After the election you can imagine how condensed into a few words. It is important that you do well because the interest you put it affects the emotional impact of phrases.