This handmade wrist mala features hand carved yak bone beads, natural bodhi divine lotus flower charm and has religious and spiritual essence.
This adjustable wrist mala is strung on stretchy turquoise cord.
The Lotus Flower represents one symbol of fortune in Buddhism. It grows in muddy water, and it is this environment that gives forth the flower’s first and most literal meaning: rising and blooming above the murk to achieve enlightenment.
Bone beads allow interested individuals to reflect upon the Buddhist teachings of impermanence. They serve as a reminder to live in the present moment; because nothing is permanent, everything is possible.
The Tibetan horn is made of Yak's bone. Yaks are strong, Ox-like animals that are needed for nearly every facet of the Tibetan people’s lives. It’s used for transportation, clothing, food, and farming.
Tibetan bone jewellery is usually made from domesticated Yaks that have passed from natural causes. Artisans create intricate carvings of spiritual symbols in the bone and bring it to monks to receive blessings, often times using the jewelry in their own mantras or chants. But what they do not use themselves, they sell in order to make a living. This allows these hardworking people to make a valuable income creating beautiful pieces of spiritual art to be enjoyed by many around the world.
It is believed that wearing Tibetan healing jewellery helps the body balance its essential energy. You will feel your protection circles increase, and negativity around you decrease with this strong accessory by your side.
Handmade in Nepal
Material: yak horn / bodhi / bamboo
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