Buddhist protective necklace, mala - Dzi with 3 eyes.
Prosperity and harmony.
The Mala accompanies followers of Buddhism in their prayers and is used to count the recitation of mantras.
In Buddhism, the mala is held in the left hand and is woven in the right hand with the help of the index finger and thumb. This gesture symbolises the release of suffering and the filling of the body with positive energy.
- Necklace length: 85 cm (including extension).
- Weight: 66.10 g.
A superb central 3-eyed Dzi: 2.7 x 1.8 cm.
Dzi with 3 eyes: synonym for success, wealth, long healthy life filled with good opportunities. It has several names: the three lucky eyes or the three lucky stars. They are: Shousin, Fusin & Lusin. These three Chinese gods embody happiness in all spheres of life: health, family, love, luck, career, wealth, creative success. In Buddhism, the bead symbolises the god of wealth, Yellow Dzambala (Kubera), symbol of all types of prosperity in all the worlds. It is one of the most powerful beads to attract financial wealth. Another meaning is the harmony of body, mind, and heart.
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- Boeddhistische beschermingsketting, mala - Dzi met 3 ogen
- Agaat, Welvaart en harmonie
- Geschatte periode
- Eind 20e eeuw
- Land van herkomst
- Uitstekende staat - nauwelijks gebruikt met minimale gebruikssporen en tekenen van ouderdom
- 0,9×0,9×85 cm
- 66,1 g