Ho’Oponopono – the Forgiveness Mala, 108 Count

$118.00

HoʻOponopono (ho-o-pono-pono) is an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness.

Each bead is used to symbolically represent one of the following four statements of the practice:

I am sorry, Please forgive me, I love you, Thank you

The stones we have chosen to use to represent those are:

Moonstone Inner guide to hidden truths, Soul journey, and New beginnings, Kyanite Empowerment mineral of limitless energies, Blue Lace Agate Encouragement, Support, Clarity, Unwavering Intent and Labradorite Awakening one’s awareness of inner spirit and intuition, with Rose Quartz Heart Stone of Unconditional love, dissolves wounds, dividing each quartet.

Our forgiveness mala is handmade to order, and may take up to 3-5 days to ship. It has the intention of forgiveness and can be used in meditation of this beautiful Hawaiian practice or to be worn as a beautiful reminder of your intention to forgive yourself and other. It is hand strung and partially knotted on grey twisted nylon, the stones are approx. 4mm, and the mala measures 28″ long with a 3″ drop finishing in a Rose Quartz pendant.

For more information on this practice, click on the link below

Ho’Oponopono Resource Page

Visit Mala Project to register for free guided meditations & for more information on malas.

Prayer and mantra practice has been used as a powerful tool for centuries to calm, regroup, heal and spiritually evolve into our best selves. Typically, the beads or mala is held in your hand while each bead is touched as you recite a prayer or mantra. A traditional mala has 108 beads with a ‘guru bead’.

Due to each mala being handmade and the nature of gemstones each mala will vary slightly. Properties of stones are legend and belief are not meant to be medical treatments. Although each mala comes with a suggested mantra, they are just suggestions, ultimately, you are the only one who knows the mantra you need to repeat.

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