Just like the Catholic faith has its rosaries, the Buddhist tradition has its malas. Used to determine the cadence and frequency of a rite, the mala is designed as a tool to count the times mantras are recited, breaths are taken through meditation, the amount of times Buddha’s name is repeated, … The 108 beads carry a deeper meaning of its own. Some believe it symbolizes the stages each human needs to pass through in order to achieve enlightenment while others say it stands for the number of breaths one must take each day to aid in a deeper meditation.
This sandalwood prayer bracelet mixes tradition and fashion beautifully by combining the original material and number of beads with a large variety of bright colors.
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This bracket is pretty and looks just like the phot, but the reason why I gave this a five star was because it is elastic, not strong string. But it is also a wrap around not a couple of plan braclets!
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excellent prayer beads, for your price! nice keep hands!