September 14, 2019

Jai Jai Malas

- Launch Party -

Jesse Johnson & SriKala


Our kirtan is donation only.

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We are delighted to invite you for a night of powerful kirtan (call and response, mantra meditation and music) with Srikala and Jesse Johnson to celebrate the launch of luxury spiritual jewelry brand Jai Jai Malas.

Our kirtan is donation only.

Join us for a night of chanting, merrymaking, connecting, celebration and prayer. We will have short talks from the designers and plenty of time for crystal collaborations.

About Jai Jai Malas // @jaijaimalas

#wearyourprayers #milliondollarmalas

Jai Jai Malas features sacred crystal jewelry designed by Jesse Johnson. The luxury jewelry line brings together the transformational power of spiritual practice, the beauty and energy of the earth’s most potent crystals and metals, and fashion. Each piece is individually designed to amplify your ease, prosperity, and power.  

“Jai” literally means “success” in Sanskrit, India’s ancient and sacred language. These one of a kind, handcrafted pieces are made with the highest quality materials in order to match the frequency of your vision and thus bring your success into fruition - each day, every day.

Creating real change takes work. Jai Jai Malas mission is to facilitate the ease and efficiency of this change for those who are ready.

All aspects of the work are done by hand and each piece comes with a lifetime guarantee.

Malas definition

A mala is simply a string of sacred beads, typically made with 108 beads. The mala is designed to pray or set intentions with - one prayer per bead. While many people repeat a traditional prayer like a “Hail Mary” or “Hare Krishna,” you can use any mantra or affirmation that feels good to you depending on the day. The beads are there to help you keep count without effort. When you’ve made one “round” of prayers, you can pause, recalibrate, or stop for the day. In some traditions, it is customary to repeat this practice as many as 16 times per day - sometimes spending 2 hours per day in this kind of meditation!

Using your Mala

Begin at the pendant or “guru” bead. Hold the first bead in your hand. Be present with the texture, temperature, and quality of the bead. Speak or think your prayer. Move to the next bead and repeat. Continue until you reach the pendant on the other end. If you wish to continue, turn around and continue.

This practice will both imbue your mala with your prayers (#wearyourprayers) and simultaneously imbue your prayers with the power and transmission of the crystal beads you’re praying on.

About Pitango // @pitangotrotoush

Master jeweler Pitango has been making jewelry for 28 years to empower the wearer to believe in their own power. His mission is to make jewelry for kings and queens - both literally and spiritually - for we are all Queens and Kings of our kingdoms and queendoms. Born in the Middle East, he traveled in the far East where he discovered Buddhism, Hinduism, and the beautiful art of that culture. Seeing the power of art on culture and civilization, from that moment onward, Pitango chose art as his weapon of choice.


Please arrive 15 minutes early and bring your own reusable water bottle as water is provided. Come with comfortable clothing.

We recommend ride sharing, but there is also street parking available on Lincoln Blvd, Nowita Pl, Palms Blvd, Superba Ave, and other neighborhood streets.