Yellow jade is connected to the development of self-confidence, wisdom, and abundance. It ismost often used for practices connected to enriching activity. In particular, yellow jade is recommended for increasing wealth through Dzambhala and Kyechok Tsulzang practices or for increasing wisdom, orprajñā, through Manjushri and Mawey Senge practices.
All of our malas have been blessed by Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche and selected by senior Lamas of Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling Monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Regarding the use of malas, Eric Pema Kunsang states:
Holding the sacred mala is a profound gesture of taking charge of our life,
in this wonderful amazing world,
the magical net,
the essence of secrets,
the mystery beyond compare.
27 beads of 8 mm diameter, with Trikaya guru beads. White bead (conch shell) symbolizes Nirmanakaya, red (carnelian stone) Sambhogakaya, blue (lapis lazuli) Dharmakaya. The mala has a sliding knot to make it tighter or looser.
Approximate length 9.9 in, 1.4 oz