small light eye & solid dark beaded mala bracelet
Authentic Tibetan Mala Bead Bracelets, made by Artisans at the Tashiling Tibetan Refugee Settlement in Nepal.
Materials: hand carved Yak Bone, black beads
SKULLS In Tibetan tradition, skull prayer beads are used to remind us that life is
impermanent and we need to live the best life we can every day, treating others with
love and compassion.
YAK BONE Yak are highly valued by the Tibetan people, they provide milk, yak butter
and cheese and used for transportation, clothing, tents and hauling goods.Tibetan
Buddhists believe that humans and animals are part of a single family and killing an
animal means you cannot reach enlightenment. Therefore all yak bone used
in jewelry or for any other purpose comes from an animal that has died a natural death.
Buddhists also view Yak bone as a reminder of the impermanence of life and therefore
living the best life that you can.
THE EYE SYMBOL is believed to keep away evil and negativity
BODHI SEEDS It was while meditating under a Bodhi tree that Buddha attained
enlightenment. The Bodhi seed helps those seeking divine wisdom and enlightenment.
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