Grounded Expression and Empowerment

Om Mani Padme Hum

Larimar, Goldsheen Obsidian, Rainbow Obsidian, Rutilated Quartz, Shungite, Aquamarine, Pyrite, Fluorite

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Fire Element,  Air Element,  Root Chakra, Sacral Chakra, Third Eye Chakra, Crown Chakra

Root ChakraSolar Plexus ChakraHeart ChakraThird Eye Chakracrown Chakra
Keywords: Grounding, Balance, Willpower, Communication, Personal Expression, Intuition

Mantra: Om Mani Padme Hum

This mala’s empowering energy comprises all the elements with an emphasis on Earth for stability as a foundation for inspired action.

Larimar is a unique Fire and Water element stone. Formed from volcanic activity, it is only found in the Caribbean. It is balancing and supports powerful self-expression. Goldsheen Obsidian is an Earth element stone with a benevolent, empowering energy. It inspires the use of power for good. Rainbow Obsidian is of the Earth element, with a grounding energy that also activates the throat chakra. Rutilated Quartz is a programmable stone that also focuses the energy emanating from the strands of Rutile within, it’s essentially a battery pack for your solar plexus chakra, energizing your center of willpower, manifestation, and vitality. Shungite is a rare Earth element stone found in Russia. Its molecular structure is so unique that some suggest it may be a fossil from the earliest form of life on the planet. It is energetically purifying, acting on the aura as charcoal cleans water. Aquamarine is a soothing and cooling Water element stone, empowering calm communication. Pyrite is a Fire element stone, with vitalizing and motivating energy. Fluorite is an Air element stone, promoting clear thought and intuitive guidance.

The mantra Om Mani Padme Hum is about the power of thoughtful action. Typically elusive in translation, the words literally mean “Om, the Jewel, the Lotus, Totality” Jewel in this representing the daily actions that make up our lives and the Lotus representing one’s transformation to enlightenment and wisdom. We interpret this as the idea that the things we do every day are what teach us and make us who we are. As we thoughtfully chose the actions of our daily lives, we find ourselves living as we dreamed to. Even more simply, ‘Practice makes Perfect,’ keep doing the things that the ‘you’ you want to be would do, and you will be come that version of yourself!