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Mala Making Workshop

April 20th I 10am - 1pm

with Kadampa Teacher Kit Gianas 

$ 40

A mala, like a rosary, is a string of beads used for keeping count while reciting, chanting, or mentally repeating a mantra. For Buddhist practitioners, this ritual object is revered as precious, becoming more powerful and meaningful the more it is used. Both beautiful and spiritual, it is often carried with them or kept very close by.

 

Using beads of a wide variety of colors and materials, full length malas traditionally have 108 beads. During this workshop, you will have the opportunity to make a mala of your choice to use as your personal mala, give as a gift, or donate to the center Bookstore & Shop.

No experience necessary. All materials provided.

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ABOUT the teachers

Kit Gianas 

Kit is a longtime Buddhist practitioner and senior student on the IKRC Teacher Training Program. Kit has been a Kadampa artist for many years and enjoys sharing her experience with others. 

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