Malas and Martinis
A Mala, for those of you who are not familiar with them, is a strand of beads traditionally used to count the number of times a mantra is recited during meditation. Malas normally consist of 18, 27, 54 or 108 beads made out of Rudraksha Seeds. In Hinduism, Rudraksha Seeds are said to be the crystallized tears of Shiva, the patron god of yoga, meditation, and arts. They have been worn by Yogis since Vedic times for their profound spiritual significance and powerful healing properties and were treated as a divine treasure to be cherished.
In this workshop, we will make two rudraksha and mixed bead Mala bracelets, one for you and another to give as a gift for Mothers Day. While we make the bracelets, we will sip on a seasonal cocktail as we learn about the meaning and significance behind the making and wearing of the bracelets.
Light snacks will be provided, you are welcome to bring a snack to share.
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