Coconut Shell Three Eyes Dzi Bead Tibetan Mala

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Coconut Shell Three Eyes Dzi Tibetan Mala | MANTRAPIECE

A Tibetan mala bracelet that was handmade to assist you in overcoming your own stubbornness and ignorance, and help you to attain inner peace and enlightenment. This Tibetan mala bracelet is made of coconut shell, a three eyes dzi bead and Tibetan beeswax amber from the Baltic Sea region.

  • Origin: Tibet
  • Material: Coconut shell, amber, dzi bead
  • Colors: Blacks, whites, browns, yellows
  • Process: Handmade
  • Jewelry Type: Mala bracelet
  • Coconut Shell Bead Dimensions: 8*9mm
  • Three Eyes Dzi Bead Dimensions: 11*20mm

Coconut Shell | MANTRAPIECE

This Tibetan mala bracelet is made of Coconut shell. Coconut is known as "Sriphal" in Sanskrit. Which means God's fruit. So, coconut is essentially known as the "fruit of the Gods". However, breaking a coconut symbolizes smashing one's ego and humbling themselves before God. The hard shell of the coconut (ignorance or ego) is smashed away, giving way to inner purity and knowledge (white part of the coconut).

Three Eyes Dzi Bead | MANTRAPIECE

This Tibetan mala bracelet contains a three eyes dzi bead. The three eyesbdzi bead represents the three stars of luck, happiness, honor, and longevity. The three eyes dzi bead is known as the bead of wealth and health which brings continuous fortune to its owner. In Buddhism the three eyes dzi bead symbolizes Kubera, the god of wealth, who is the symbol of all the types of prosperity in all worlds. This is one of the most powerful beads for attracting financial wealth to its owner. This bead often goes together with the Padmasambhwara Hat dzi bead and Buddha’s Heart dzi bead. This bead will is also harmonize its owner's body, mind and heart.

Tibetan Beeswax | MANTRAPIECE

This Tibetan mala is made of 100% Tibetan beeswax from the Baltic Sea region. The Baltic Sea region is home to some of the most authentic amber in the world. And some of the most sacred Tibetan malas are made of this Baltic amber. Tibetan beeswax is known as one of the Seven Treasures of Buddhism. And since time memorial, the various esoteric sects of Buddhism, have used Tibetan beeswax to worship the Buddha, to show unity and to consecrate holy relics. In Tibet, beeswax is a symbol of unity and plays a pivotal role in Tibetan life. If not only seen as an aesthetic necessity and the wealth of secular life, but more importantly Tibetan beeswax embodies the uninhibited cultural spirit and religious beliefs of Tibetan people.

Given the nature in which our products are created, rather they be ethnic Tibetan or Nepali malas, silver medallions, scroll lockets or bangles, each are of products are of outstanding quality and are made with the highest quality of materials and by the most professional and dedicated artisans. And so, we offer a full one year return on all purchases that become defective.

We require 3 to 5 business days to prepare the product and the shipment. During these 5 days, we will process the order and confirm legitimacy of the transaction. While we are processing the order, we will also conduct a routine quality check on the product, just to ensure there are no potential quality issues.

We ship worldwide with only trusted shipping providers, DHL, FedEx, UPS and TNT. It usually takes between 5 to 10 business days for deliveries to arrive.

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