Wrist mala too big for wear and practice?

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kimjihoon5924
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Wrist mala too big for wear and practice?

Post by kimjihoon5924 » Mon Oct 09, 2017 3:03 pm

There are two wrist malas I use for practice and wear (I don't use 108 ones). The first one, Nepalese Bodhiseed wrist mala is one of my favorite mala (has a nice touch to it) for breath focus and mantras but it seems too large to wear, since I don't prefer my mala to be very visible to other people. What do you guys think? https://ibb.co/dGPa1G

diamind
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Re: Wrist mala too big for wear and practice?

Post by diamind » Mon Dec 04, 2017 12:46 pm

yeah it's kinda big, traditional i don't think malas where a fashion item, they were kept well out of sight and hidden. There's no reason why you can't keep it in pocket or a bag around your neck if your worried about the aesthetics. Just don't let it stop you from reciting mantras.

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