Tibetan Carved Skull Meditation MalaItem# BGMTN35
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In Tibetan Buddhism, skull cups are often used in ritual practices. Skull signifies impermanence and encourages a life of compassion. This bone prayer mala (rosary) of 108 beads is indispensable to meditative practice. Each bead is used to count the repetition of a mantra or chant. The number 108 bears spiritual significance across several religions. The bead at which the worshiper commences his/her chant - is the Guru bead, a symbol of the teacher-student bond. Handmade in Nepal. Handmade. Minor variations and organic defects may be present, further enhancing the individual artistic character.
- Beads: Polished Yak Bone, depicting a skull
- 108 beads + Guru Bead
- Bead Size: 9-10 mm
- Made in Nepal
- Organic variations and defects enhance individual character
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