Protective Om Mani Padme Hum Mantra Wooden Tibetan Mala Bracelet
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Compassion Mantra Red Tibetan Sandalwood Prayer Bead
Let your mind be free to accept deeper knowledge and enlightenment as you meditate using these natural wood Tibetian malas. Let the beauty and simplicity of nature manifest through your soul as you feel the wooden beads on your fingertips.
Sandalwood is a sacred wood with a lovely aromatic scent. It is used extensively in modern times for incense, aromatherapy, carvings, malas (prayer beads), Ayurvedic medicine, perfumes, and essential oils, where it is said to bring one closer to the Divine. In ancient India, Egypt, Greece, and Rome it has been used for over 4000 years for purposes as diverse as building Hindu temples, and embalming.
Sandalwood’s scent is both excellent for staying present and alert during meditation, which makes it wonderful for ritual and spiritual practice. Its scent is said to transform desires, and also to bring emotional balance. In alternative healing, sandalwood is used in Ayurvedic medicine, and to treat anxiety, insomnia, neuralgia, sciatica, depression, urinary tract infections, coughs, nausea, dry skin, cardiac tonic, inflammations, fevers, antiseptic, dystentery, and stress-related disorders. Sandalwood is also used as an aphrodisiac. Note that healing meanings are spiritual supports to healing and are not prescriptions or healthcare information.
Ebony wood is well-known as the most powerful magical wood. Scott Cunningham, trusted writer of over 30 books about magic and the occult, writes about ebony, "Ebony wood is protective and so is used in making amulets. Ebony wands give the magician pure, unadulterated power."
The power of ebony is non-discriminating. It is useful for any magical practice and with any element. Macassar ebony differs slightly from the energy of Gaboon ebony, in that it is more centered around emotions and intuition. This wood would be especially useful in the seeking of spiritual knowledge and exploring intuition and emotion. It would not be especially useful for healing.
Verawood is a very dense, almost marble-like, fragrant hardwood. It has a very distinct grain and a natural olive color with hints of deep blue and green throughout. Verawood color can range from a pale yellowish olive to a deeper forest green or dark brown to almost black. The color tends to darken with age, especially upon exposure to light. Verawood is a medium-sized tree found in Central and South America. In terms of healing properties, Vera wood evokes a meditative state with its distinct, perfume-like fragrance that lingers.
Cedar tree has been revered for its spiritual significance for thousands of years. Its wood was used for the doors of sacred temples and burned in cleansing ceremonies for purification. The tree was thought to house important gods and to be an entrance to higher realms.
The cedar has been used for healing, purification and for spiritual protection. Its spiritual properties are supposed to promote peaceful thoughts and help interpret messages from the inner self.
Malas has been used for thousands of years by spiritual seekers to keep their mind focused and equanimous on their journey to enlightenment.