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Japamalas are traditional tools used in Hinduism, Buddhism, and other spiritual practices for counting mantras, prayers, or breaths during meditation. They typically consist of 108 beads, though there are variations with different numbers. The number 108 holds sacred significance in numerous Eastern traditions, symbolizing different facets of the universe, the self, and spirituality. Japamalas typically include a larger bead known as the guru bead, signifying the start and finish of the mala. Often, a tassel is also connected to the guru bead. Some believe that malas carry protective energy and blessings from the materials they are made of, such as gemstones, seeds, or sacred woods. Wearing or using a mala can offer a sense of spiritual protection and connection to higher energies.

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