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Matte Green Fluorite Mala (7mm)

MANTRA: “I Am Focused”

STONE: Fluorite

TASSEL: 100% Silk

GURU & HAMSA BEADS: Mother of Pearl


KEYWORDS: Focus, Cleansing, Clearing, Organization, Peace

SIZE: : 7mm

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-Matte Green Fluorite Mala –


Fluorite possess many cleansing and purifying qualities. It helps with existential burn out and helps recenter one’s spirituality. It is known to bring order to chaos and promote peacefulness. In this way, it inspires focus and clears the head of energetic debris. In the same way it offers heightened focus, it also promotes organization both psychological and physical. Fluorite can also help with tiredness brought on by excessive use of screens, another reason it is perfect for your work environment. Given the green color of this fluorite, it is also a stone of the heart. It can be helpful when wrapping your head around emotional situations.

While we have chosen a mantra of “I am focused” for our 7mm matte green fluorite mala, you can easily charge it up with any intention/mantra of your choosing.

Hamsa Bead

Every omCAKIom necklace is adorned with a mother of pearl hamsa bead. The hamsa is a symbol of protection and blessings. Along with protection, it brings the wearer luck, happiness and good fortune. With every hamsa bead strung, I do a meditation with visualization of the wearer being blessed and protected by white light. A little added energetic bonus!

Mother of Pearl

Mother of Pearl is not a mineral given it’s organic origins. However, it is very soothing and nourishing. Pearls are born when a piece of sand finds its way into a mollusk and irritates it until it attempts to sooth itself with a coating of nacre. The layers of the pearl are built out of mollusks innate desire to nourish itself. Metaphysical properties usually mirror physical properties, and that is true with mother of pearl. It encourages self-love and self-nurturing. It is also a stone of metamorphosis. The sand enters as a drab tan bit and emerges as a beautiful pearl.

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