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The Impermanence Collection

Change is constant. It insinuates impermanence, which means that our lives as a human beings will one day come to an end. This can be exciting for those that haven't yet grasped the gravity of what it implies, or it can be devastating for those that are greatly attached to worldly things. And yet therein, it can be enlightening to those who have had enough of themselves, the world and everyone else in it, and are in search of the truth.

The Impermanence collection is a tribute to our attachment to phenomena, which means that everything around us is always in a state of perpetual metamorphosis and is ultimately subject to decay and destruction. We are impermanent. And from this realization, may we constantly be reminded of this one sacred truth, and find great passion in living right now, making the most out of every moment.

Change is constant. It insinuates that everything in the known universe is subject to change, wither, deteriorate and ultimately seize to exist altogether. This is the law of impermanence. Our lives are also subject to this law. It means that our lives as a human beings will one day come to an end. This can be exciting for those that haven't yet grasped the gravity of what it implies. Or it can be devastating for those that are greatly attached to worldly things and feel themselves to be entitled to getting their ways. However, as destructive as the concept of impermanence may seem, it can also be enlightening to those who have had enough of themselves, and are in search of the truth.

The Impermanence collection represents our ascension to a higher state of consciousness, through relinquishing attachment to that which is ephemeral. Each of the Impermanence Malas in this collection are made with animal bone beads, that have been hand-carved into skulls.

The spiritual significance of wearing an Impermanence Malas, is that it may act as a constant reminder to us. That everything around us, including our bodies, is always in a state of perpetual metamorphosis, and is ultimately subject to breakdown, decay and destruction. And from constantly being reminded of this sacred truth, as we are wearing an animal bone skull bead Impermanence Mala around our wrists or neck, we may find the strength to relinquish our attachment to material things (that which is ephemeral), and find great passion in living right now. And live each moment to the fullest - as if it is our first and last.