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Handmade 108 Mala: Spiritual Practice of Prayer

Handmade 108 Mala: Spiritual Practice of Prayer

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In Tibetan Buddhism, yak bone is considered a sacred material for making mala beads because of its strong connection to the natural world and the impermanence of life. When it comes to the sacred Yak bone jewelry used in their Buddhist traditions, the rules are strict: the animals must die of natural means. This is because the negative karma that is created from slaughtering the animal outweighs the positive effects of spiritual engravings of mantras such as Om Mani Padme Hum.

· Material: Old Yak Bone Beads
· Thread: Cotton
· Process: Handmade (up tp three days)
· Package: Eco envelop

Yak bone has the old honey waxy texture, years of traces of embellishment with a little delicate bone grain.
Non-elastic Rope
The first type of 108 Mala Beads features a pendant of Mahakala, a powerful deity in Tibetan Buddhism known for his ability to overcome obstacles and protect practitioners from harm. This pendant is is handcrafted from red sandalwood and it is believed to bring courage and strength to those who wear it. The accessories, made of the same materials, complement the 108 mala beads.
The second type of 108 Mala Beads features a pendant of Vajra, a powerful symbol in Buddhism representing the indestructible nature of the mind. The vajra is said to represent the union of compassion and wisdom, and is believed to have the power to cut through ignorance and delusion. The vajra pendant is made of brass, known for its durability and often used in traditional Tibetan jewelry. Kapala skulls are also made of Yak bone.

The third type features a pendant of Tibetan Astrology, representing the 12 animals of the Tibetan zodiac. Each animal is associated with specific characteristics and is believed to bring good luck and prosperity to those who wear it. This pendant is made of White Copper.

This set features the sacred mantra OM MANI PADME HUM made of Tibetan Silver, which is one of the most popular mantras in Buddhism and is associated with the bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokiteshvara.

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