Malas and Moons
Just as a moon is a constant companion to its planet, a mala is a devotional object to keep close in your daily practice. These malas evoke the orbital energy of planetary moons; each one is named after a moon that exists in our solar system.
Planets have been attributed different correspondences over the centuries, and these can lend more layers of meaning to your mantra work when you direct your focus to those energies. Moonfelt Malas are named for the moons of the different planets, so choosing one that corresponds to the energy you want to invoke can be beneficial.
Mars is associated with: victory, accomplishment, energy, and goals
Moons of Mars: Deimos, Phobos
Jupiter is associated with: abundance, favor, monetary wealth, and good times
Moons of Jupiter: Amalthea, Callisto, Elara, Europa, Ganymede, Himalia, Io, Lysithea
Saturn is associated with: time, schedule, structure, and karmic debts
Moons of Saturn: Atlas, Calypso, Daphnis, Dione, Enceladus, Mimas, Phoebe, Telesto, Titan
Uranus is associated with: destruction of old patterns, change, and the unexpected
Moons of Uranus: Ariel, Cressida, Miranda, Oberon, Titania, Umbriel
Neptune is associated with: expansion, dissolving boundaries, and intuition
Moons of Neptune: Despina, Galatea, Larissa, Thalassa, Triton
Pluto is associated with: deep inner issues, instincts, transformation, and death/rebirth
Moon of Pluto: Charon
Earth's moon is associated with: the unconscious, balance, growth, memory, and mood
Moon of Earth: Luna
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