Earth Touching Buddha Charm Tiger Eye Japa Mala

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The usage of the tiger's eye as an acupressure and self-massage instrument is well recognized. Additionally, it is claimed to increase a person's strength and vitality as well as the Solar Plexus Chakra. It promotes moderation between extremes and animates judgment, life, and pragmatism. It also promotes justice and emotional equilibrium. The vibration of sunlight on the ground is the frequency of creation, and it is carried by the tiger's eye. The following illnesses are also thought to benefit from the use of this gemstone: rheumatic heart disease, psoriasis, otitis, bronchial asthma, renal, and high blood pressure. It enables one to operate in the world as a well-adjusted, fully-integrated spirit, expressing Spirit in every decision made.
One of the most potent metaphysical healing stones is turquoise stone. It is intended to serve as a communication stone. It may purify our energy centers and strengthen and align all of the Chakras. Most people interested in metaphysical healing can readily comprehend the depth of turquoise stone's chakra healing abilities. By allowing the Heart Chakra to be open to accepting and giving love, turquoise stone can also help the Heart Chakra function properly.
Several types of huge, broad-leaved evergreen trees produce the seeds. They are connected to the Hindu god Lord Shiva, and his followers frequently wear them as a kind of protection. Rudraksha protects the user from harmful energies and helps you build your own insurance energy. The mala may be used in the shower and worn continuously. Perceptive Hindus may adhere to several precepts while donning a Rudraksha dab, such as refraining from consuming alcohol and meat as part of their chosen way of life. A single rudraksha mala can be worn as a sort of assurance around the neck or on the skin to other kinds of gems, such as arm jewelry and hoops.
Numerous iconographic representations of the Buddha are excellent. Buddha Heads have been among the most widely used iconographic depictions of the Buddha and his traits, along with other Buddha sculptures and pictures. The Buddha's head is typically shown as having a round, young, endearing, and sweet-looking visage, yet there is more to them than meets the eye. Buddha's heads, which are regarded as one of the most important components of his body, are made to symbolize the enormous amount of wisdom that, as the awakened one, he holds. A Buddha's head is precisely carved to reflect the knowledge of the Buddha, and the placid grin on the face represents the Buddha's tranquil and peaceful disposition.
Buddhas typically have a tranquil expression on their faces, with their eyes half-closed and a soft smile on their lips indicating that they are in a state of deep concentration.

 

Additional Information

Weight

100 g

Dimensions

10 × 5 × 10 cm

Symbols

Buddha

Knot Type

Fixed

  • This lovely mala is made with stone (Tiger’s Eye & Turquoise), Seed (Rudraksha) & white metal (earth touching buddha charm  & rings)
  • The beads measure 8 mm each.
  • The mala is around 21.5 inches long from top to bottom, including the tassel
  • There are 108 beads on the mala
  • The Tiger Eye stone beads help to balance the solar plexus chakra
  • The Buddha’s wisdom, along with the serene smile of their face representing the Buddha’s peaceful and calm nature
  • Turquoise stone can be the operation of the Heart Chakra by opening it up for giving and receiving love.
  • Rudraksha beads help balance the solar plexus chakra.
  • Tassel is about 4 inches long & it’s of cotton
  • The string is red with a fixed knot
  • Handmade in Nepal.