Silver Mani amulet charm pendant

Artikel 4 van 7
€ 27,25 (inclusief btw)

Naar origineel voorbeeld is deze kleine zilveren (925 sterling) mani wheel pendant van Himalayan Treasure.
Mix & Match ! Ook dit hangertje kan allemaal gecombineerd worden met de andere sieraden uit de collectie van A Beautiful Story.

De kleine mani wheel pendant draagt een bijbelrol in zich.
Hoewel het lastig te openen is, is dit wel mogelijk.
Met liefde gemaakt fijntjes sieraad met Lucky Babao mantra.

Diameter ca. 1,4 cm
Lengte: ca. 4,0 cm
gewicht ca. 2,6 gr.
Materiaal: 925 sterling zilver
Oorsprong: Tibet

Dit is puur handwerk waarbij oneffenheden kunnen voorkomen door ambachtelijke makelij met beperkte fabricagemiddelen. Hieraan ontleent het sieraad zijn charme.

Alle producten worden met de hand gemaakt en kunnen daardoor iets afwijken van de foto.

Nepal handmade beads and jewellery
are very famous, owing to its special patterns, and beautiful combined colors. Tibetan usually choose copper, brass, silver, hand inlaid colorful natural stone, such as Turquoise, red coral, yellow honey ambers, blue lapis, white Conch shell etc. Among of them, turquoise and coral are their favorite.

Tibetan Eight Auspicious Symbols
There are eight auspicious symbols in Tibetan thought. These symbols serve a pedagogical function, teaching Buddhist principles to the people in a form that is easily remembered.
The auspicious symbols are as follows:
*Conch shell: the sound of the sacred path (Dharma)
*Umbrella: protection from the corruption of personal desire
*Victory Emblem: a banner representing spiritual attainment
*Dual fish: spiritual abundance
*Wheel of Dharma: the stillness of the soul capable of watching the world while remaining unaffected by it
*Lucky knot: representing the eternity of Lord Buddhas teachings, also name Endless Knots
*Lotus flower: transformation of life into pure spirit
*Treasure bowl: symbolizes spiritual jewels
The eight symbols are widely used in making Tibetan folk handicrafts, Tibetan Jewelry, Buddhist things, It is have been part of Tibetan daily life.

Om Mani Padme Hum, enduring six words Mantras symbols
With its roots in Sanskrit, Om mani padme hum is not only a prayer, but also a healthy voice production exercise. The chant is common to the Lotus sect of Tantric Buddhism and originated in the holy song sung by the Born-in-Lotus Buddha (Guru Padmasambhava) during his search for nirvana. Later it was made into a repetitive chant by Buddha Avalokitesvara (Guanyin Bodhisattva). Lees meer ......

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