Spending most of her childhood summers at the amber-rich beaches of the Baltic Sea, Živilė got enthralled by this mystical substance. Much later, exploring the spiritual practices in Southeastern Asia, she got similarly captivated by one-hundred-eight-bead malas.
Naturally, in time the idea to connect the two emerged. And with it, the aim for perfection. The first malas were made with real Baltic amber, accompanied by lava stone, but nowadays, the range of materials has expanded, as well as the range of jewelry.
What hasn’t changed is the amount of thought, effort, and experience put into every Samana Ritual piece. These are more than just trinkets, as they can become useful tools not only in self-expression but also in self-discovery.