White mala beads represent light, goodness, innocence, and purity. The most common white gemstone malas are agate, moonstone, howlite, quartz, magnesite, and pearl.
Meaning of White Mala Beads
The chromotherapy effects of the color white are: balance, harmony, perfection, consciousness, divination, cleanliness and simplicity. In India, Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge and wisdom, is depicted wearing a white dress and sitting on the white lotus to symbolize purity, cleanliness, knowledge, and peace. In Buddhism, white is used to transform the delusion of ignorance into the wisdom of true reality. White symbolizes the element of water (Apas Tattva).
The white color activates the 7th chakra: Sahasrara, which allows us to experience the unity of all things and to have the realization that everything is interwoven and connected. The crown chakra’s balanced qualities are expressed as a connection with the divine, ability to perceive, analyze and assimilate information, open-mindedness, wisdom, and self-mastery.
White Mala Bead Collection
Wearing and using white mala beads is a powerful way to utilize the energetic qualities of this color in your yoga practice and daily life. A white mala is best used in your meditation when you wish to cultivate open-mindedness, purity, wisdom and deep peace. The following mala beads contain white gemstones and beads: