Protective Buddha Amulet Tulsi 108 Beads Mala
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This unique and one-of-a-kind Tibetan prayer necklace features a rare Thai Protective Buddha amulet, with a Buddha figure engraved in the front and name and picture of the Monk who created it inscribed on the back. Blessed by the monk, it is believed that this amulet is endowed with healing and protective powers, which go beyond the ordinary and help those who need uplifting from illness or despair in their current situation. Deeply healing and spiritual, this mala confers freedom from past karmas, increases the purity of one’s intentions and strengthens the willpower. Paired with our activated sacred Tulsi 108 Beads Mala, featuring gray pearls and carnelian beads, this prayer necklace will help restore health and flexibility of spirit to increase confidence of the wearer and ensure that crucial life force is preserved and healed.
- 108 Beads Mala Necklace
- Activated 4mm Tulsi Beads
- 4mm Carnelian Beads and Gray Pearls
- Carnelian: Creativity, Vitality, Stability
- Gray: Intelligence, Security, Conservative
- 925 Sterling Silver Mantra Beads
Tulsi or sacred basil seeds, possesses some of the most potent Shakti or Divine Power found in Nature. When fully activated, the power of Tulsi may be channeled to transform the strength of your heart, mind, and soul, as well as your body’s health wellbeing. Tulsi inspires wisdom, grace, clarity, love, and joy in our lives, as well as tremendous health and vitality. Carnelian is believed to protect the wearer from negativity and restore self-esteem and happiness. It is known as a stone of motivation and endurance, leadership and courage.
Each Sivalya mala comes cleansed and energized in its own natural jute bag to keep it protected from negative energies and is packed in a beautiful eco friendly gift box. Included within the box, you will also find descriptions of all gemstones that your mala consists of and a leaflet with details about malas, materials used and information about how to practice with and take care of your mala.