Dr. Darren Weissman, D.C.
Hello. I’m happy to present to you the
INFINITE LOVE & GRATITUDE Signature MALA Collection.
These beautiful bracelets and necklaces are designed with specific stones
that carry the healing power of infinite love & gratitude.
They are created to support your prayers, meditations, and personal intentions.
Wear them every day so when you see and touch them you are instantly reminded of your Truth, I AM INFINITE LOVE & GRATITUDE. When others see and admire them they too will be blessed.
Purchase them for yourself and give them as gifts during the holiday season. Help spread the healing vibration of INFINITE LOVE & GRATITUDE
all around the world!”
Infinite Love and Gratitude Mala Collection
Wrist, Wrap, and Hand tied Mala’s are all made with semi-precious gemstones.
They all have a base stone. Black is lava, Cream is riverstone.
The Chakra stones are: Garnet, Carnelian, Yellow jade, African jade, Lapis, Amethyst, and Moonstone.
The Wrist Mala is made with 21 beads and the Wrap (can be work around neck or wrapped on wrist) & Tied Mala is 108 beads.
All Malas have the INFINITE LOVE & GRATITUDE HAND SYMBOL pendant, and are hand made in Chicago.
About Mala Beads
Mala Beads Mala Beads are known as prayer beads, they have been used for mediation and recitation of chants for thousands of years. Over two-thirds of the world’s population employ prayer beads as part of their religious practices. Prayer beads have a variety of forms and meanings, but the basic purpose is the same: to assist the worshiper in reciting and counting specific prayers or affirmations. Cultivating the habit of noticing our thoughts, mindfulness, and ultimately finding stillness and source within. Whether to keep by a bedside, or wear a mala can bring a sense of inner peace and calm. A mala is chosen by the properties of a certain stone choice or simply by an attraction to a color or design. Each of ours are hand strung with semi-precious gem stones and/or crystals and are a limited edition. A Mala when used can assist you in focus, typically holding the beads in your left hand and counting with your right each of the 108 stones or crystals. For each stone you repeat a simple affirmation, prayer, or chant. As you continue, if your mind wanders, the touch of moving from one bead to another is a subtle reminder to return to your intention. Often as reported by many who meditate, answers are gently heard as you return to your journey around the Mala. The god or divine bead is the last bead on your journey, as you hold it know that your words or intentions are not lost, they have been heard.