Dates: May 27th and 28th 2023
6 to 9pm EST
In this two day workshop participants will learn how to make a set of prayer beads in a style that fits their practice. Prayer beads are found in different configurations all over the world. They are called rosaries, tashbis, malas, etc… They are the tool to count prayers, mantras, and recitations. The earliest known writings on these comes from the Hindu traditions. This form of prayers beads is called a Mala or a Japa Mala. In this workshop you will learn the traditional types and the contemporary uses for prayer beads. Counting prayers is a simple and effective way to find your center and shift consciousness.
This workshop will be taugh at my Studio in Littleton New Hampshire.. You will receive directions once you have registered.
This workshop will cover the history of prayer beads, malas and rosaries. The different configurations and numerical counting cycles. the meanings of different materials and the process goes into making these sacred tools.
This workshop will be divided into two parts. The first day will cover the history and diverse spectrum of prayer beads as they are found all over the world, you get to choose your beads and other materials. Day two will be the process of making the prayers beads and awakening them for your personal use using ceremony and meditation.
Tuition for the workshop is $125 wich will include materials.
To register for the workshop you can send $125 to Venmo: @Adhi-TwoOwls or PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org