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Mala Wood with Ornamentals and Silver Colour Village (Light brown)

Mala Wood with Ornamentals and Silver Colour Village (Light brown)

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Mala with 108 wooden beads 3 ornamental beads. Located on an elastic band and can therefore easily be worn as a bracelet. The bead cord is mainly used to count mantras that are recited. So it actually has the same function as a rosary (Catholic Bribery Cable). Beads made of (semi-)precious stones, pearls, bodhi seeds or wood are suitable for many purposes, for counting all kinds of mantras or other prayers, bends, tours and the like. The cord is the same for all mala’s, and should consist of nine wires that symbolize the Buddha Vajradhara and the eight bodhisattva’s. The large bead at the end represents the wisdom that realizes the complete emptiness and the cylindrical bead above it is the emptiness itself. Together they symbolise that all opponents have been defeated. Dorje of Vajra is the Sanskrit word for both lightning and diamonds and is considered to be a ritual or spiritual attribute, mainly in Buddhism but also in Hinduism. In Tibetan, the word village of the same name is often used as a man in Tibet and Bhutan. It also often refers to a small sceptre held in the right hand by Tibetan tantric practitioners during ceremonies, and with which a number of statues of the Buddha are equipped. The Dorje, also known as Vajra, destroys all kinds of ignorance and is itself indestructible. In Tantric rituals he symbolizes the male principle for methodology and compassion, while the corresponding bell in the left hand indicates the female principle and wisdom.

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Width

6 mm

Colour

Brown

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