Unakite Barrel Guru Bead 14mm
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Most Mala designs consist of a large bead at the end called the "Guru" or "Bindu" bead. This bead confirms the end of one round in the prayer cycle. On a traditional Mala the Guru bead is the 109th bead. The Guru bead is typically adorned with a tassel, which represents enlightenment. Whether or not you want to create a traditional or whimsical Mala style design, the Guru bead is the perfect piece to give you a seamless finished look. We suggest using 1mm C-lon to string these beads.
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More about Unakite
Like cherry blossoms blooming over light green lawns, these Unakite beads bring such joy. Our Unakite gemstone beads are a compelling combination of salmon pinks and pistachio greens, with hints of soft gray-white.
Unakite was first discovered in the Unaka mountain range in western North Carolina. It has since been located in other areas of the United States and around the world. Unakite is a mixture of pink feldspar, green epidote (a calcium aluminum iron silicate mineral), and clear to milky quartz. It is actually an epidote (altered) granite.
Unakite is said to be a stone of balance and perception.
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