Burmese Mala Beads

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Burmese Mala Beads

42.00

The purchase of these beads serves as a donation
towards the sustainability and continuation of Om&Roams Yoga Seva Project in Myanmar (Burma). Each donor name will also we added to a list that will be given to the nunnery for blessing. This is an annual project each April, where a team of volunteer yoga teachers from across the world, are invited to a Buddhist Nunnery in Myanmar (Burma) to teach yoga as a part of a meditation retreat. With deep compassion & gratitude, we thank you for your support. 

Mala beads are a string of beads that are traditionally used in prayer and meditation. There are typically 108 beads to a thread, with one large beads called a "Semeru." These beads can also be worn as something beautiful to represent our intentions. They can also be placed somewhere in your home and/or on an alter.

These beads are sourced from the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma): a stunning golden, Buddhist shrine, built more than 2.500 years ago (Pictured in the beginning of the youtube video below)

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The purchase of these Mala Beads directly supports Om & Roam's Yoga Seva Project. Your support is absolutely cherished, and we thank you for being an important part of making this work possible. Below is a video with clips from the last 2 years of the project.