A mantra is a sequence of words or syllables that are usually repetitively chanted as part of Buddhist practice. It is thought to evoke enlightenment and are usually used as a part or a form of meditation.
The Sanskrit word mantra when translated, has a combined meaning of "to think" and "designating tools or instruments", hence a literal translation would be "instrument of thought".
This beautiful Tibetan hand-knotted lucky rope bracelet invokes universal acceptance, unity, and wholeness. The knots are tied as they recite mantras to allow the bracelets to absorb the powerful spiritual energy such that the positive energy can flow into its bearer. These adjustable rope bracelets are worn to bring the wearer good luck and to attract all that is good.
Wear it on your left wrist to welcome its energy as the belief holds that the left side of the body represents the receiving side.
Handmade by the Tibetan Buddhist
Attracts all good things
The knots are tied when reciting mantras
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