Buddhist Handcrafted Nature Sandalwood Bracelet for "Prayer & Blessings"
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• Each item is carefully handcrafted by Tibetan Buddhists Monks and Nuns for 2 to 5 days. • Blessed with their mantras and prayers, the crafting of each one hails from their vision to spread good luck, peace, health, fortune and positivity for eternity. • Size is adjustable (15-22cm) • Environment friendly materials used in this item are Natural Earth Sandalwood, Genus Tagua Ivory Nuts and/or Mala Rudraksha Seeds, which are known for inducing protection, strength, entirety, prosperity and peace of mind.
In a world full of chaos, protection is what you need. This Buddhist Handcrafted Nature Sandalwood Bracelet made by Tibetan Buddhists, induces great positivity, universal acceptance, unity, and wholeness. With the intricacy of its very design and the divine powers of mantras incorporated in its making, it embeds a sense of security and an armor from negative energy.
In the Tibetan culture, six words have the ability to evoke such a strong energy - Om Ma Ni Pad Me Hum, a Tibetan mantra that brings about peace and joy through revealing the truth of suffering and its causes. The beads' powers also improve one's meditation, protection, and success.
Using Sandalwood Beads help achieve the calmest state of mind. It activates the wearer's willpower and strength to carry on the challenges that life throws. It also protects the wearer from illnesses such as heart complications, and even mere headaches and fever. In ancient times, Sandalwood has been used in ritual contexts. Its aromatic smell aids meditation and prayer which improves its wearer’s spirituality. Apart from this, it is also known to ease ailments related to the digestive system.
This bracelet is from theBUDDHIST HANDCRAFTED NATURE SANDALWOOD BRACELET COLLECTION, a collection which integrates the essence of energy work in the wearer’s being. All string bracelets carry powerful energy as they were carefully chosen, hand-carved and intricately grinned by Tibetan Buddhists Monks and Nuns while chanting their mantras.