Back in April, Ellen Atkins of The Suburban Monk messaged me through Instagram and said, “Hi hi. I thought I need someone to make a Suburban Monk mala on my website. Don’t know how this will work but if your intuition says yes let’s talk.” and I responded “Well Yeah!!! Let’s do this!!”
The Live. Laugh Mala! was born and we couldn’t be more proud of this gorgeous and intentional adornment that we can share with the world. Ellen and I spent so many beautiful days “dancing in the light” to bring these forth with high vibe energy and limitless love for our community. Hop on over the Website to find out more.
As Ellen and I began designing the Live. Laugh. Mala!, we knew that we wanted to create a piece that was much more than just a piece of jewelry. We used black lava as the main stone that signifies our ever evolving lives, paired with two pyrite stones to give us the fortitude to be service on this earthly plane.
I love calling these “Oracle Cubes” so you can tune into a new message from the universe just by turning them. On the first side, we have the image of Syd giving us the thumbs up. The second side is the Satcha Malas mandala that represents our connection to all that is around us. The third side is our Live. Laugh. Mala! motto so we are reminded to do those very things: Live and Laugh!. The fourth side is the energy of the mala itself: Spirit, Wealth, Beauty and Open. Ellen and I felt strongly that we wanted to bring these words forth in a new and more evolved way.
Spirit represents our infinite connection to source.
Wealth is more than just abundance and prosperity but the wealth of our gifts that we can share with all.
Beauty celebrates the limitlessness of our radiance.
Open is to remind us to keep our hearts and our minds open even when we feel vulnerable.
With each mala comes a mantra card that you can place on your altar or any other place to remind you of your intentions. These were designed by a beautiful soul, Jennah Synnestvedt from the Aspen Oracle and the mantras are written by Ellen herself. The word and the mantra are printed in gold.