HEALING MEDICINE BUDDHA LAPIS MALA:- This long mala can be worn as necklace, or wrapped around you wrist as a bracelet. This mala beads can be used to break down blockages within the chakra centers. Each mala is made with a different stone relating the energies of the stone to the energies of the chakra. The healing gems combined with the mantra prayer, and the matching Archetype are an excellent tool to restore health. Malas hold 108 beads. There are said to be 108 virtues to cultivate and 108 defilements to avoid. There are said to be 108 earthly desires in mortals. 108 lies that humans tell. 108 human delusions or forms of ignorance.
HOW TO USE MALA:- For each repetition the meditator should turn the thumb around the bead once in a clockwise motion. When arriving at the last bead, one traditionally turns the mala around and then begins again moving in the opposite direction. Reversing the direction of which one counts the beads teaches that it is possible to break the cycle of birth and death.
The spectacular influence of the darker blue on Buddhist aesthetics than the ‘Blue Buddha’, also known as the Buddha of Medicine or Healing. The most distinctive feature of this Medicine Buddha is his color, the deep blue of lapis lazuli. For all these reasons, plus the fact that deep blue light has a demonstrable healing effect on those who use it in visualization practices, lapis is the color of the principal Medicine Buddha, making this stone an important one in Buddhist mysticism.