The SIRIAN Wrist Mala, named after the Sirius Star System is a stretch bracelet, made from Tiger's Eye Crystal beads, with a black cotton tassle attached with vermeil gold loops.
Ethically hand-made in Australia.
Size: each bracelet uses 8mm Black Tourmaline beads, and 8mm - 9mm Bodhi Seeds. Each wrist mala measures approx 8.5" unstretched. These bracelets will fit over most hands and wrists for a nice fit. If you require a longer bracelet, please let us know and we will custom make one for you :)
Care: while crystals and bodhi seeds are not fragile, we recommend looking after your crystals and bodhi seeds and handle with care. To get the most of your crystal, we recommend 'charging' and 'cleansing' them in the sun, once per week. All of our crystals are natural, without the use of dyes and gamma-irradiation (heat to induce colour).
All natural crystals possess an amazing energy of natural healing and protection. We recommend having a crystal on you at all times, in your living space, your work space and even under your pillow, while you sleep.
The meaning of Tiger's Eye: Tiger's Eye is a stone of protection that is also very stabilizing and grounding. It enhances integrity, willpower, self-confidence, practicality and correct use of power. It is a stone that enhances good luck, and brings prosperity. Tiger's eye is also a very protective stone which is especially protective during travel. It can also help one see clearly without illusion. Tiger's eye brings a special boost to one's personal power. Tiger Eye lets you see everything. Use it for insight to bring clear thinking and insight.
Tiger's eye belongs to the large family of quartz crystals. It is thought to be good for physical strength and endurance. Tiger's eye was used in ancient times by warriors and soldiers for protection and for its ability to give its wearer courage. It is believed to be a stone of confidence often used by travellers. It can also be used to help protect against negative energy.
The majority of our crystal pendants are handcarved by villagers in India. Within these villages, many of the women (and men) can not work; yet they possess amazing skills. There is no factory, they simply work from their homes. We're primarily focusing on empowering these amazing people. Unlike here, every cent makes a huge difference to their lives.