Mala Beads

Let's talk about Yoga and using Mala in this beautiful Day!

We all know Yoga is more than just physical postures. It’s a mental and spiritual way too to reach your higher energies.

Yoga can help to achieve your DREAMS, no matter how big they are. But of course you have to practice.

I started to create "mala beads" because I had a feeling they are really helpful into my meditation and mantra practice.

For those of you who don’t know, mala beads are meditation garlands that have been worn for thousands of years in the traditions of Buddhism, Hinduism, yoga and meditation.

I believe that malas can hold powerful intentions and strength because we infuse with this devotion and appreciation.

When I made my first mala, just wanted to try if I can manage to make it so powerful like all those mala beads from special places.
Honestly I was surprised. Of course from many years I'm practising Tibetan Healing and I know many different kind of techniques, and of course I used all of my knowlege to fill up this beautiful creation with healing and strong energies, but I was amazed how powerful worked from the first time.

So I decided to start a new chapter in my life, and I started to create malas.

I helped already a lot of people to get they dreams come true and I cannot wait to give some more.
I'm very focused to the healing qualities, colours, and healing crystals, that's why each of them have their own energy and intention.
You can use them to reach protection, love, prosperity, let it go, peace, healing, happiness etc.

Ask Yourself What do I want to reach?

Your mala will give you the answer. It's just such a powerful tool.
Every time when you look at your mala, you will know where you have to focus. It will remind you, you're not alone, you're complete and perfect as you are, and you can reach everything.


Sending Love and Peace and Wish you a great practice.



Moon Ritual

The New Moon is the birthing cycle of the Moon's various phases. The New Moon phase is the optimal time for planning and seeding your intentions. The dark side of the Moon, with it's mysterious unseen forces offers a nurturing environment where our intentions can establish roots before their miraculous manifestations begin to sprout and reach out to the starts.

Moon Ritual for Birthing Your Wishes and Desires:

Begin by setting aside a few minutes each months during the New Moon phase to focus on your wishes. This will help give you clarity of your mind, and fill your Heart with promise. Setting goals or planning your future, there is no better time to get started than during the New Moon. Any intentions stated or written down also carries power, so please take care in considering those things that you truly want. Be careful, what you ask you might get it!

Your New Moon Wishes:

After you have cleared a sacred space and settled your energy, you're ready to set your intentions. Make a list of what you would like to draw into your life. Dream BIG! The New Moon is a moment what seems out of reach, and creating the vision to bring things to the reality. As you write your words down as intentions, you are comitting to doing your part to make them real. It's co-creating, while you're opening to the Universal energies you will set your dreams in Motion. Here you can get creative. If your intentions are to write a book, or brodcast your ideas out to the Word, tie them to a helium baloon and send them off. Write them on a stick and offer to the Fire. If you are inspired, add asymbolic act to your ritual.

Keep Them Alive:

The big part of success with New Moon Rituals is what comes after. Find ways to keep them in the front of your awarness. Put them in a visible spot, or put them into your wallet. Make notes into your diary about the progress. Celebrate any signs of change at the Full Moon!



Heart Opening Yoga Poses



1. Sukhasana Or Easy Pose

2. Easy Pose variation (Opening the Heart Chakra)

3. Vriksasana Tree Position

4. Virabhadrasana 1 Warrior 1

5.Virabhadrasana 3 Warrior 3

6. Warrior 3 Combination

7. Natarajasana Lord of The Dance Pose

8. Natarajasana Variation

9. Tri Pada Adho Mukha Svanasana Three-Legged Downward Facing Dog Pose