Friday, February 29, 2008


A japa mala(rosary) also known as prayer mala with 108 beads. The mala is used both in Hinduism and Buddhism for counting mantras, chants or prayers. Buddhist prayer mala were likely adapted from Hinduism.

Rosaries are also the attributes of certain deities, most notably Avalokiteshvara, Sarswati, Ganesha etc.

Buddhist rosaries are made from a variety of materials, most commonly wood. Preferred woods are sandalwood or sacred wood from the bodhi tree, precious and semi-precious stones, including pearls, rubies, crystal, amber, coral, or jade, or precious metals such as gold. They can also be made of seeds, animal bone (most commonly yak bone), and sometime even human bone.

The string that holds the beads together is usually made of silk, but is sometimes made of human hair. In Buddhist Tantra or Vajrayana, materials and colors of the beads can relate to a specific practice. see picture below.

Number of Beads in prayer mala
Traditionally, Buddhist have 108 beads, representing the 108 human passions that Avalokiteshvara assumed when telling the beads. This number also ensures the worshipper repeats the sacred mantra at least 100 times, the extra beads allowing for any omissions made through absentmindness in counting or for the loss or breakage of beads. Malas of 111 beads are also common, and derive from this same idea.

prayer malaA lesser number of beads is also seen in various forms of Mahayana Buddhism, usually a number divisible by three. In Pure Land Buddhism, for instance, 27 beads rosaries are common. Many Chinese rosaries have only 18 beads; one for each of the 18 Arhats(Lohans).

Before being knotted, the string is passed through a large central bead and two smaller beads. These three additional beads keep the rest in place and indicate the completion of a cycle of mantras. They also symbolize the Three Jewels of Buddhism: the Buddha, the dharma, and the sangha. The hidden string that passed through all the beads symbolizes the penetrating power of the Buddhas.

Functions and Uses of Buddhist Prayer Beads
Mantras are often repeated hundreds or even thousands of times. The basic function of the mala is to allow one to think about the meaning of the mantra as it is chanted without having to also concentrate on counting the repetitions. Each time the mantra is repeated, the fingers move to the next bead.

Prayer beads are generally worn as bracelets, usually by followers of the Japanese and Tibetan esoteric schools of Buddhism. But priests often carry longer strings of beads as necklaces. Many paintings of important Buddhist priests or patriarches show them seated on a platform wearing robes and handling rosaries.

According to Hindu tradition, the correct way to use a mala is with the right hand, with the thumb flicking one bead to the next, and with the mala draped over the middle finger. The index finger was considered rude, and so was also considered bad to use it with a mala.

Buddhism, however, taught that it was perfectly acceptable to use the mala in the left hand with any fingers. In Tibetan Buddhism, depending on the practice, there may be preferred ways of holding the mala (left or right hand, rolling the beads over the index or any of the other fingers, etc).

Rosaries in Buddhist Art
As mentioned above, prayer beads are the attributes of certain Buddhist deities. Avalokiteshvara is often depicted holding a lotus, a water sprinkler, and a rosary of 108 beads, representing the bodhisattva's wish to help believers conquer the 108 passions and attain enlightenment.

The compassionate buddha Amitabha is also sometimes depicted holding a rosary. Wrathful deities are sometimes shown holding rosaries made of skulls.

Also Read post about mala at Prayer Beads -Secrets of Mala by Lazy Yogi
Some Various Type Prayer Mala

Conch Shell Prayer mala, carving "Om Mani Padme Hum"

Bodhi seeds Prayer Mala

Monday, February 25, 2008

Medicine Buddha Mandala

If You still Remember Live Thanka Painting At Silom Complex . We had invited well known Thanka artist from Nepal, Mr. Prem Kumar Lama for live Thanka painting. In exhibition (4th jan to 14thJan. later Expanded for 5 days so until 19 th Jan). He painted medicine Buddha Mandala ( please visit Live Thanka Painting At Silom Complex to see Some pictures from Exhibition) . Mr. Lama did very Hard work in exhibition, may be all of you curious to see Thanka painting, which painted in exhibition .

So today I think I should Share the painting with you. if you like to see real Thanka Visit Our Gallery At Silom Complex 3rd. Fl. Room no. 320, Bangkok. Which still we keep in canvas . So let's back to The topic, i took some Pictures to Publish in this blog. For detail please click the picture.

Green Tara detail on Medicine Buddha Mandala, before and after.

White Tara detail on Medicine Buddha Mandala, before and after. Visit White Tara

Some more detail pictures from Medicine Buddha Mandala

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Ani Choying Drolma

Ani choying drolma(Also pronounced as dol-ma), born to Tibetan exiles in 1971 in Nepal. Her parents had fled the Cultural Revolution in 1959.
At age 13, Ani choying entered Nagi Gompa on Shivapuri, a Buddhist nunnery on the rim of the Kathmandu Valley. The abbot of Nagi Gompa, Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche, an honored teacher of non-conceptual meditation, looked after Ani Choying's development and taught her to sing traditional Tibetan Cho chant.
Ani Choying Drolma is an exceptional singer, admired by fans in Nepal and throughout the world. People are moved to tears by the plaintive purity of her voice, and the haunting melodies of her ancient songs and hymes, passed from master to pupil for many centuries.

Ani Choying has always believed that nuns have a great desire and potential to make the world a better place, if only given equal opportunities. Arya Tara School, opened in 2000, aims to equip nuns to help and to serve their communities in a professional and humanitarian capacity. With a fully developed and realized potential, she believes that her nuns will be able to not only help themselves, but also to help others. In brief, Arya Tara School aims to help young nuns bring their compassion into fruition, actively, effectively, skillfully and meaningfully.
Traditionally, says Ani Choying, women’s education is neglected in Asia. “most of the girls at my nunnery are from rural areas either in Tibet, India or Nepal, patriarchal cultures where women are expected just to cook, clean and bear children. Even in the nunnery, they are taught to read classical Tibetan in order to do the religious practice, but many cannot write their own names.” Arya Tara School would educate them in Literacy, Maths, Science, Medical and Nursing skills, and Buddhist philosophy. Visit Here

Her CD Recording on the names:
(1) “Cho” in 1997 for Worldwide release by an American CD company, Choying Drolma and the Nagi Nunnery Foundation sing songs and invocations of the Cho ("cutting") teachings based on the Prajnaparamita practices established by siddha Padampa Sangye and Machik Labdron. The delicate filigree of chants and supplications is beautifully and sparsely adorned by Tibbetts's treated guitars, percussion, and effects to create an otherworldly experience so alluring in its fragility it is easy to forget the strength of purpose behind these messages of generosity, loving kindness, and compassion through release of the ego. Far beyond the often superficial "new age," Cho is so rich in contemplation and spirituality that even a cursory listen can hardly fail to evoke a beneficial response, and this glorious tapestry of sound alone is enough homage to its 1,100-year legacy.Listen to samples

(2) “Dancing Dakini” in 1999, In the spring of 2000 Ani Choying's second CD was released, Sina Vodjani & Choying Drolma Dancing Dakini
(3) “Choying” in 2000,
(4) “Moments Of Bliss” in 2004
(5)"Selwa" worldwide released in USA in 2004, It's been seven years since Minnesota-born guitarist Steve Tibbetts and Chöying Drolma, a sweet-faced, crop-haired Tibetan nun, released their first collaboration, Chö. On this sophomore effort, the two have created another series of placid sonic journeys, wherein Drolma's nasal yet pristine alto-to-mezzo soars amid a restrained blend of guitar, electronica, drones, and overdubbed voices, augmented by Marc Anderson's hand-drums and occasional hints of whispery chimes touched by nothing human.
Chöying Drolma is a proponent of Vajrayana Buddhism, in which obstacles to enlightenment are proactively cut free via intense forms of meditation that can take place in graveyards and other provocative locations. No passive convent recluse, she has founded a school for nuns and continues to reach out to the world via the beauty her voice, while remaining aloof from its frenzy. The album leaves a strangely energetic peacefulness in its wake; a profound relaxation that also encourages action toward betterment. --Christina Roden
(6) “Smile” in 2005 and
(7) "Inner Peace" in 2006 is Ani Choying's sixth CD and it consists of 4 mantras sung in melody. This CD (inner peace)was made to support Nuns welfare Foundation of Nepal All of the money raised through Ani Choying's performances and record sales go directly to the Nuns Welfare Foundation. Her latest two Album "Time" and "Taking refuge" released in 2007 and also made to support NWF, Nepal.
Her songs also appeared on various albums, including “Head Massage” by Soul Flip, and the “Buddha Bar” David Visan & Mikael Winter feat Ani Choying Drolma, Song: Tantra Tibet.

Ani Choying began recording the melodious Chö songs in 1996, and the first album, Choying Drolma and Steve Tibbetts Chö, was released in 1997. In the spring of 2000 Ani Choying's second CD was released, Sina Vodjani & Choying Drolma Dancing Dakini. Immediately after this release, Ani Choying began to record her third CD, Choying, in a local Kathmandu studio. Although one hundred copied of this CD were sold in April, Choying's official release is still in the works.
Ani Choying has performed Chö in concert in both the United States, in 1998 and 1999, and in Europe, in 1999. In 2000 she has performed at festivals in both the United States and Europe. Ani Choying recorded her first Nepali CD Moments Of Bliss with local musicians in Kathmandu itself and released her album in 2004. Again in 2004, Ani Choying Drolma released another album with Steve Tibbets- Selwa (meaning “clear” or “awake”)
In June 2005, she released her second Nepali album titled “Smile” and "Inner Peace" is Ani Choying's sixth CD and it consists of 4 mantras sung in melody. All of the money raised through Ani Choying's performances and record sales go directly to the Nuns Welfare Foundation. you can enjoy some music viedo Chants from Ani Choying Drolma

If You Like to visit her website

Recommend Ani Choying Drolma Music Cd

Monday, February 18, 2008

White Tara

White Tara is an emanation of Tara who is connected with longevity. One calls on her for health, strength, and longevity. Her white colour indicates purity, but also indicates that she is Truth complete and undifferentiated. She wears the Bodhisattva ornaments.
She has seven eyes: the two usual eyes, plus an eye in the centre of her forehead and eyes in her hands and feet. These indicate that she sees all suffering and all cries for help, even in the human world, even in the worlds of pain, using both ordinary and psychic or extraordinary means of perception.White Tara is believed to protect human beings while they are crossing the ocean of existence. She carries day lotuses.

White Tara is also known as Samaya Tara, meaning Vow Tara. This refers to Tara's vow to save all beings and also to our vow, which is a Bodhisattva vow like Tara's. Whereas the Green Tara is a young girl and has a mischievous or playful nature, the White Tara is represented as a mature woman, full-breasted and wise. Some practitioners comment that the energy of the two Taras feels a little different. Green tara is very immediate and quick. One calls to her for immediate assistance, and also often for help with worldly things like lover, wealth and so on, as well as spiritual things. She feels very close. White Tara seems to help more with longer-term problems, particularly problems of physical or mental health. It sometimes seems as if she is more distant, harder to contact at first. Then it is as if she sends us healing energies and mystical power and understandings. Often one sees, in pictures of the Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Tib: Chenrezigs), the two Taras in front of him - the White Tara to his right, and the Green to his left.

Similarly, Padmasambhava (Tib: Guru Rinpoche) is depicted with two of his consorts. The Indian princess Mandarava, with whom he accomplished[ the Rainbow Body practice, is identified with White Tara. The Tibetan princess Yeshes Tsogyal, his consort and a source of many important lineage teachings (for example the Kandro Nyin-thig), is identified with the Green Tara. White Tara is Buddha family (some also consider her to be partly in Lotus family), whereas Green Tara is in the Action family and is the consort of Amoga siddhi, the Buddha of that family. The practices of both are very important: White Tara is especially important in the Sakya teachings.
White Tara has her own mantra. It is:

(Ohm Tahray Totahray tooray mahmah ahyoopoonyay jahnah pooteen kooroo swah hah).
Green Tara Mantra

Some Info on different Tara

• Green Tara, known as the Buddha of enlightened activity
• White Tara, also known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity; also known as The Wish-fulfilling Wheel, or Cintachakra
• Red Tara, of fierce aspect associated with magnetizing all good things
• Black Tara, associated with power
• Yellow Tara, associated with wealth and prosperity
• Blue Tara, associated with transmutation of anger
• Cittamani Tara, a form of Tara widely practiced at the level of Highest Yoga Tantra in the Gelug School of Tibetan Buddhism, portrayed as green and often conflated with Green Tara
• Khadiravani Tara (Tara of the teak forest), who appeared to Nagarjuna in the Khadiravani forest of South India and who is sometimes referred to as the "22nd Tara."

Thanka Painting on this post is Painted by Mr. Prem Kumar Lama. If you like to see other thanka paintings, painted by Mr. Lama contact Arts Gallery Silom Complex 3rd fl. Room #320.

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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Happy Valentine's day

Finally tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. Everybody talking about this special day. If we look any Blog and websites every where they have lot’s of Information about Valentine’s day and talking about Gift. Several Gift idea I have post in Valentine's day Gift With Sony , Surprise your valentine , and more. So I think why don't i share Some Info about valentine's day in this Blog.

Today I am sharing some Information about different colors gift meaning in valentine’s day . hope this will Help you, while you are chosing Gift for your beloved one.

Red. Your love is fiercely passionate.Red is the strongest color, and lovers can use it to boldly announce the depth of their feelings. Really, there's no mistaking the meaning behind a gift of red roses or red lingerie.

Pink. Your love for your Valentine is tender.Pink is a softer, sweeter form of red. Like red, it connotes love, but it's the most romantic kind of love. Give a pink gift to a love you've known for a long time, or a new love you'd like to get to know better.

White. Your love isn't romantic, but it's still worth celebrating.White is a simple color and it can symbolize the uncomplicated love you feel for a close friend or relative. Choose a white gift to show someone you're thinking of them this Valentine's Day.

Black. You have no love in your black little heart. Black-Hearted GiftsBlack symbolizes the absence of love in your soul. There are no gifts that would express the way you feel about the people in your life. Or then again, maybe there are--right on this page. If you decide there's room for love in your heart after all.

Unusual. Your sweetheart is one in a million, and so is the love you share.You and your sweetheart have a groovy kind of love that's anything but ordinary. Express that love with a gift that only your sweetheart could appreciate.

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Monday, February 11, 2008

Dzi Bead Meanings

In Tibet's mystery medicine books, Dzi Beads are described to heal illnesses, particularly blood-related diseases and will protect a person from ill-willed enemies and from their evil curses. The stone will remove all obstacles so that a person will be protected from accidents, natural disasters, and accidental deaths, such as some unfortunate people experience by simply being at the wrong place at the wrong time. They bring good luck, good Karma and happiness, long life and protection.

Five directional God of Wealth, fulfill success and wishes Ancient and pure Dzi Beads of Tibet are extremely precious and rare. No matter how many or how few eyes they bear, all Dzi beads possess the mystic power of bringing luck, warding off evil, stabilizing blood pressure, guarding against apoplexy and enhancing body strength.

In Tibet the Dzi beads are often times found and worn with other beads of red coral, amber, carnelian, turquoise and silver. If you are trying to find some companion beads for your Dzi bead, try some of these stones or metal. You will find that the Dzi beads respond very well to these other forms of stones. They remind them of home. Also do not be afraid of trying other stones that you like and are partial to with your new Dzi beads. Owners and wearers of these beads are blessed with unexpected credit, luck and perfection. Dzi beads are unique and collectibles. ALSO VISIT new post about Dzi Bead Meaning Cards

หินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) one eyed : Promote Safety and Obstacle Cleansing and Attraction of All Auspicious Signs to the Owner. Obstacles faced by the Owner will be netted by the dzi's unique pattern and Safety as well as Prosperity will be replaced in its place. This Dzi can assist the owner with possessing special powers, immeasurable control and authority. It also signifies auspiciousness. Dzi "One-Eyed" is a symbol of light and hope, enhances human wisdom and brings forth happiness for life, realizes your wishes. The single eyed Dzi bead stands for a beacon of light and hope. This powerful eye is believed to enhance human wisdom, and bring forth happiness for life.

หินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) TIBET DZI BEADS - Two Eye : Prays for a happy and stable marriage and a harmonious family, ensures success and also improves human wisdom. This particular item is very popular in Tibet to be worn to promote the Bodhisattva Nature, Compassion and All Auspicious Signs to the Owner. Obstacles faced by the Owner will be netted by the Dzi`s unique pattern and Wisdom as well as Compassion will be replaced in its place. This item is widely sought for its Bodhisattva properties. The 2-Eyed Dzi bead is said to represent the harmonious concept of Yin & Yang. The concept of Yin & Yang governs every relationship in this world, bringing about balance in life, energy, relations and should ideally be complementary. Yang is represented by light or day, activity or movement, strength and rigidity, and also male energy. Yin is symbolized by darkness, flexibility, softness, stationery energy, is silent and also female energy. The 2-Eyed Dzi bead is thus significant for enhancing stability and balance, especially in a marriage and in the cultivation of harmonious family relations. It also brings appropriate balance between an individual’s thought and action, allowing his efficient pursuit of career and goals in a wiser manner. Matrimonial harmony and family bliss. Growth in wisdom. The 2 eyed Dzi enables harmony between husband and wife; build a happy family, successful career, and good relationships with others.

3 EYE DZI BEADSหินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) TIBET DZI BEADS 3 eye : Symbolizes rolling in heavy wealth. The 3-Eyed bead is said to be the manifest of the expression of the Hindu wealth god, the Kubera. He originates from the Himalayas, but is worshiped by other Buddhists as well from around the world. Look, two eyes represent his eyes and the other one is his mouth. Having performed austerities for a thousand years, in regard for which Brahma asked him to safeguard and distribute evenly the treasures of the earth by karmic rewards. Enable One to Connect to All 3 Key Components i.e. Body, Mind & Heart. Achieve Good Health, Success & Wealth. Among the Dzi bead culture, the 3-Eyed Dzi bead is regarded as the unofficial “wealth” bead. This Dzi bead is believed to still possess the power to make conditions favorable, for which you could make the most of to enjoy general fortune, not only in terms of wealth. It is believed that the 3 eye bead will bring happiness wealth and prosperity to its owner. The 3 eye Dzi bead is a symbol of the God of Wealth in Tibet. It will enhance its owner ability to accumulate wealth by crystallizing money-making opportunities for him. The three eyed Dzi bead represents the three stars of luck, happiness, honor, and longevity. It is the bead of wealth and health to bring continuous fortune.

3-Eyed Holy Pipal Leaf Dzi Bead: This bead appears to have 3 eyes and one of the eyes looks like a leaf of a plant. The pipal leaf is also referred to as the Buddha heart. Enable One to Connect All 3 Key Components i.e. Body, Mind & Heart. Achieve Good Health, Wealth & Success. Avoiding Dangers, Growth in Compassion, Wisdom & Enlightenment. Prosperity, Happiness, Longevity, Love, Joy & Tranquility: This Dzi Bead is the Wealth God of Tibetans. The pipal leaf is a dimensional doorway, allowing the owner of this bead to journey into the universe, during sleep and meditation.

3-Eyed Tiger Tooth Dzi Bead: this means good luck, long life and successful business. Read both 3-eyed Dzi and Tiger Tooth Dzi beads.

3-Eyed Vajra Dzi Bead: (Characterized by ruffled ring around eye) The Tantric meaning is Sunya or Void which cannot be cut or destroyed but which destroys all evils.

หินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) TIBET DZI BEADS -4 eyed : The 4 eyes on this Dzi bead is a symbolism of the 4 major Bodhisattvas of Buddhism. The 4 Mahasattva Bodhisattvas are of particular significance in Mahayana texts: Maitreya (popularly known as Laughing Buddha), Avalokitesvara (popularly known as Kwan Yin), Manjusri, and Mahasthamaprapta. Bodhisattvas are enlightened beings who have put off entering paradise in order to help others attain enlightenment. The Bodhisattva upon death leaves the cycle of life-death-rebirth and enter nirvana, but out of his great compassion for all other beings chooses instead to remain in the samsaric realm to aid suffering humanity. They devote all their power and energy to saving suffering beings in this world. The Bodhisattva is motivated by compassion and guided by wisdom in his quest to guide and aid suffering beings. This Dzi bead is endowed with the significance of these 4 major bodhisattvas, increase the wearer's wisdom, releases human suffering and brings forth general good fortune in human life. This Dzi bead assists to Gather Wealth & Luck, Serves as a Protector, and Power to Ward off Evil Spirits, Clearance of Obstacles, and Increasing Merit & Longevity by the 4 Bodhisattvas. Helps To Overcome Negative Forces, Clears Obstacles, Increases Merits & Longevity, Subdue Demons.

หินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) TIBET DZI BEADS- 5 eyed : There are several patterns of 5 eyed beads. The regular 5 eyed bead is considered a magical item. This Dzi is a magic object to accumulate wisdom and happiness. There is a 5 eyed Dzi bead that is called Thunder & Lightening. The 5 eyed thunder and lightening helps to destroy ignorance. On one side of the 5 eyed thunder and lightening there will appear a geometric looking symbol. This is the lightening. The eyes may be scattered about. Another 5 eyed Dzi bead is called the Garuda bead. The Garuda bead is a healer’s bead and the 5 eyes make a cross on one side, and generally one will find a lightening symbol on the opposite side of the 5 eyed cross. Regular 5 eyed patterns come in several styles. Some patterns are organized and some random. All 5 eyed regular beads assist with the following. To Attract Blessings, Success, Career Advancements, Wisdom and All Auspicious signs to the Owner. The 5 eyed regular bead is considered a magical item and is highly sought after. It assists one in obtaining whatever one desires, so it is all a desire bead. Endless happiness.
หินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) TIBET DZI BEADS -6 eyed : Eliminates sadness and sufferings in life, and increases access to good luck. In Buddhist meaning, it is said that this Dzi bead purges the sufferings of the 6 paths in our mundane world. They are related to the nature of our human existence from the 1st stage Hell, to the 6th stage Heaven.
(1) Hell indicates a condition in which one is dominated by the impulse to destroy oneself and everything else. Rage is the dominating force. In this state, we are utterly devoid of freedom and undergo extreme and indescribable suffering.

(2) Hunger is a state characterized by an insatiable desire for food, clothes, wealth, pleasure, fame, power, and so forth. In this state, a person is tormented by relentless craving and by his inability to satisfy it.

(3) Animalism is governed by instinct, and one has no sense of reason or morality.

(4) Anger, a man is dominated by a selfish ego. A person in this state is compelled by the need to be superior to others in all things, despising others and valuing himself alone.

(5) Humanity or tranquility. In this state, one can pass fair judgment, control his instinctive desires with reason, and act in harmony with his environment or society.

(6) Heaven or rapture. This state indicates the sense of pleasure which one feels when his desire is fulfilled.

However, the joy in the state of "heaven" is temporary and disappears with the passage of time or with even a slight change in circumstances. These states, from Hell through Heaven, are called the Six Paths. The majority of people spend most of their time moving back and forth among them. In these states, one is governed by his reactions to external influences and is therefore extremely vulnerable to changing circumstances.

The 6 eye Dzi bead is believed to eliminate the sadness and sufferings in life, while helping us cultivate our Buddhist nature. Helping the owner to find the root of happiness and good karma. It is believed that the 6 eye Dzi bead has the power to eradicate sadness and sufferings and attracts good lucks for its owner. The 6 eye Dzi will help its owner to achieve liberation from the 6 realms. The 6 realms are aggression, losses, carelessness, anger, ignorance and misery.

It is also able to help its owner to develop his 6 paramitas. Paramita refers to the perfection of which ferries one beyond the sea of suffering and mortality to Nirvana. The six Paramitas are the following: (1) Dana, charity or giving, including the bestowing of truth on others; (2) Sila, keeping the discipline; (3) Ksanti, patience under suffering and insult; (4) Virya, zeal and progress; (5) Dhyana, meditation or contemplation; (6) Prajna, wisdom, the power to discern reality or truth. It is the perfection of the last one -- Prajna -- that ferries sentient beings across the ocean of Samsara (the sea of incarnate life) to the shores of Nirvana.
6-Eyed Turtle Back Dzi Bead: Spiritual cleansing and longevity. This item is widely sought for its cleansing properties.

หินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) TIBET DZI BEADS -7 eye : Omens good luck in terms of career development, wealth, health, longevity and also a happy marriage. 7 eyes: Encourage Success, Health, Wealth, Longevity and Harmony for the Owner. This Dzi helps One to Achieve Fame, Glory, Perfection, Career, Wealth, Relationship, and Health & Longevity. The 7 Eye is said to represent the Big Dipper asterism in the universe. Composed of 7 stars, Tibetans believe that the Big Dipper is the manifestation of the 7 medicine Buddhas. The medicine Buddha resides in our own mind, embodying healing forces dormant within, activated through compassionate motivation, visualization and recitation of the mantra, hence removing obstacles or "self-limiting conceptions" which prevents the actualization of one's potential. With the 7 Eye, you can open the path to all goodness and influences of the. Helps One to Achieve Fame, Glory, Perfection, Career, Wealth, Relationship, Health & Longevity.

หินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) TIBET DZI BEADS -8 eyed : Helps avoid calamities and injuries, ensures safety in human life. This Dzi helps the owner to receive Blessings from the 8 Directional Bodhisattvas. The 8-Eyed Dzi bead has one known interpretation by a revered lama as follows. The 8 eyes represent the 8 Treasures of Buddhism, the conch shell (sacred sounds), the wheel of dharma (spreading & teachings of Buddhism), sacred parasol (to protect), lotus flower (purity & goodness), sacred vase (holds wisdom), goldfish (drives off evil), the banco (eternity). The qualities of the 8 Treasures create harmony & fulfillment within a person, and impetus in facing the daily challenges of life. This Dzi helps as well to guard against calamities and catastrophes. Assists the owner in finding and staying on their proper path.

หินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) TIBET DZI BEADS -9 eye : Builds up a lenient and caring heart for you, helps you gain fame and benefits. Increases the owner’s wealth. 9 Eye is one of the most sought after, believed to represent the 9 planetary systems and its essence. This Dzi is touted as a window to wisdom. The 9-Eyed Dzi bead endows the wearer to expand his intelligence and wisdom. This type of Dzi bead is also well documented in modern Asian circles for its "mysticism" and "power" by several people who wore them and survived near death experiences. This bead is often considered the unofficial wealth bead. The 9 eye Dzi bead may assist the owner of this bead to become rolling in wealth. The wealth will be gained through one’s own work. This bead attracts attention and assists in causing fame to increase. The nine eyed Dzi assists the entrepreneur in finding their ideas and strengths.
The nine eyed Dzi bead assists its owner to Gather Wealth, Achieve Good Health, Success, Gain Power, Compassion, Glory, and Expelling Evil & Acts as a Protector. It is believed that the 9 eye Dzi bead is able assist its owner in achieving the Nine-fold Merits. The Nine-fold merits are compassion, glory, everlasting brightness, fame, dignity, authority, control, reputation and the removal of obstacles. Accumulation of meritorious virtue, increases compassionate, separates from suffering and gains advantage. Gathering the Nine-fold Merits, ensuring the growth in compassion, power and glory thus bringing about immense benefits.

หินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) TIBET DZI BEADS - 10 EYE : Removes obstacles in the road of career development, gains favorable comments on you from others, and omens a happy relationship with your spouse. Pure 10-Eyed Dzi Bead is a Symbol of perfection in everything. The Pure Dzi signifies the clearance of obstacles, an increase in power and virtue, and is said to have a great influence on success in life. Removes are karmic hindrances, increases respect-inspiring virtues, live a joyful life perfect in every way.

หินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) TIBET DZI BEADS 11 EYE : Endowed with the significance of the 4 major bodhisattvas, increases the wearer's wisdom, releases human suffering and brings forth general good fortune in human life. The 5 Dhyani Buddhas & the 6 Syllable Mantra, Accumulation of Merit & Wisdom. A 11 Eyed Dzi is regarded as a magical object to accumulate wisdom and happiness. It helps to eradicate evil intentions and reduces craving, leading to a peace of the heart and mind. It can prevent mishaps and dangers and create a safe environment to smoothen the path to success.

หินทิเบต(ดี ซี ไอ) TIBET DZI BEADS 12 eye : Fearless & Gallantry, Symbolizes Fulfillment of All Wishes, Perfection in All Aspects. This powerful Dzi bead represents extra energies to overcome fear and obstacles. It empowers one with the ability to surpass expectations and attain fame and recognition. It also fulfils one's needs and desires for excellence. 12-Eyed Dzi stand for courage, fame and good luck. In the Sutra of the Medicine Buddha, were 12 Heavenly Generals who were present when the historical Buddha (Shakyamuni) first introduced the Healing Sutra. They were believed to have offered protection during 12 daylight hours, otherwise known popularly as the Chinese Zodiac. This Dzi bead is said to represent them. The mystic of the 12-Eyed Dzi bead is that it is known as a Buddhist cintamani of sorts, or a wish-fulfilling jewel. It has the power to answer to every fervent wish that you make, and in the process earn a name and create fame for yourself. However, no matter what an individual wishes for and gets, he or she is still responsible for his own actions, governed by the karmic cycle of reward or retribution.

13-Eyed Dzi Bead: Allows one to learn to communicate with the ancestors as well as other dimensions and realities. The Dzi allows one to communicate with extra-terrestrials. It also helps one with all forms of communication and expression. Removes fear from debating with others. This Dzi can assist in out-of-body travel as well as in comprehending near death experiences. It also assists one in obtaining a higher state of reincarnation. This Dzi can help one to see karma and merit more clearly. The mystical 13 eyed Dzi bead is imbued with the blessings of the 5 Dhyani Buddhas, represented by 5 circles on one side of the bead. They are namely Amitabha, represented in the centre of the 4 circles, and the other 4 are Akshobya, Amoghasiddhi, Ratnasambhava and Vairochana. The 5 Dhyani Buddhas are celestial Buddhas visualized during meditation. The word Dhyani is derived from the Sanskrit dhyana, meaning "meditation." The Dhyani Buddhas are considered to be great healers of the mind and soul. They are not historical figures, like Buddha Shakyamuni, but transcendent beings who symbolize universal divine principles or forces. They represent various aspects of the enlightened consciousness and are guides to spiritual transformation. On the other side of the Dzi bead, the 8 circles represent the 8 Treasures of Buddhism, the conch shell (sacred sounds), the wheel of dharma (spreading & teachings of Buddhism), sacred parasol (to protect), lotus flower (purity & goodness), sacred vase (holds wisdom), goldfish (drives off evil), the bancho (eternity). The qualities of the 8 Treasures create harmony & fulfillment within a person, and impetus in facing the daily challenges of life. Also helps to guard against calamities and catastrophes. Together the 13 eyes of the Dzi bead are significant of mental tranquility and reaching the ultimate goal of Nirvana & Enlightenment. This Dzi can become a source of power to blend well and help to energize your body, giving you a sense of wholeness, balance and empowerment. The 13 eyed Dzi bead symbolizes mental tranquility, and helps you to reach an apex in virtue terms.

14-Eyed Dzi Bead: Allows the mind room for contemplation. This Dzi helps to protect the mind from clutter and busyness. Giving the mind freedom from time to play with wondrous curiosity and exploration. Helps to set the mind free. Gives the mind room for developing greater merits. This Dzi creates a softness, a lack of defensiveness for the owner of this bead. This Dzi also helps to protects one from getting chips on the shoulder. Assists to remove defensiveness and sarcasm. Allows others to see you in a dignified light. This Dzi can help to lessen the need for re-incarnation. Helps prevent karma from forming.

15-Eyed Dzi Bead: Urges to realize all wishes of yours. Dzi Increase the wearer's wisdom, releases human suffering and brings forth general good fortune in human life. Wish Fulfilling, Blessed By The Heaven God.

16 Eye Dzi beads16-Eyed Dzi Bead: Brings back the humor in life. Reminds one that it is through play and joy that all things may be obtained. Helps to repel sadness, depression, melancholy, sorrowfulness, and the blues. Helps one to maintain a smile inside. Reminds one of the playfulness of youth and that one may have that playfulness at any age. Causes other to want to be friends with you and join you in your play.

17-Eyed Dzi Bead: Assists with self confidence and the gaining of. Helps one to see them self in the light that they are held by the Gods. This Dzi can help one to protect them self from arrogance, and self aggrandizement. Helps to keep the ego in check. This Dzi can help prevent one from beginning to think them self superior to others. Can assist to improve the self image. Allows others to see you the way you see yourself in your unconscious mind. Protects owner from the images of others.

18 Eyed Dzi Bead: Moderation and tolerance. This Dzi can help to protect against obsessions and compulsions. Helps to protect against addictive personality traits. Alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual addiction, gambling and all other addictions. Brain stories, rutting, worry, drama, trauma may all be eased with this Dzi bead. The bead imparts calm as well as grace and ease, allowing the owner to find moderation in all areas of life. Can help to protect against imbalance which can lead to hyperactivity as well as obsession and compulsive tendencies. Obsessive and compulsive personality traits tend to build more karma and less merit. More karma and less merit will lower states when re-incarnating. Assists in clearing all pathways and blockages for the kundalini to rise. Helps to maintain balanced kundalini once it has risen.

19 Eyed Dzi Bead: Enhances the owner’s ability to manifest and materialize the necessary things in one’s life. Enhances one’s ability to manifest on the behalf of others. Enhances owner’s protection from sabotage of one’s own desires. Power to realize and command the astral energies present in owners life. If the owner’s heart is pure and not materialistic, this bead will assist in realizing one’s dream and dreams. Can allow one greater access to the Astral Realm where dreams are held and come from. Dreams may become more lucid and more fulfilling. Enhances owner’s ability to interpret their dreams and become enlightened through the lessons their dreams have to teach. This Dzi can assist the kundalini in rising more completely. Helps to prevent the dream body from bringing back unwanted negative energies. Assists the dream body in becoming more conscious so that the owner may become more aware of their dream journeys and where they have been.

20-Eyed Dzi Bead: Purification. This Dzi can enhance owner’s process of preparation for ending the cycle of rebirth. Assists in balancing and repaying all necessary karma by allowing one to see that which needs to be repaid. Enhances one’s chance of taking their body with them. Prepares the connection between body, mind, spirit to become ready to accept Nirvana. Assists with the final phases of enlightenment. Helps create a detachment from worldly and materialistic things that would cause one to cling to the physical and miss their opportunity to end rebirth. This Dzi protects owner from being dragged down to the level of ego. Helps maintain a state of innocence. Helps protect wearer’s innocence from being attacked. Helps to allow a continual state of preparedness and enlightenment for the owner. Very few of this bead has ever been created. Those who possess or own this bead are not quick to let go of them. If you can find one expect it to be very expensive no matter what condition it is in.

21-Eyed Dzi Bead: Enhances your magic power, realizes what you desire to the maximum extent. Magnifying Power, Wish Fulfilling, Attaining Physical & Spiritual Power At Its Highest. Enhances one’s ability to give life and restore life. This bead incorporates to the highest degree all other eyed beads. Assists the owner in obtaining a state of demi-God while still physically based. Owner must be pure of heart and mind if they wish to accept everything this bead wishes to offer. The bead offers the greatest wealth, health, strength, power, and magic. This is an extremely rare and highly sought after bead. Magnifies and amplifies all of the characteristics of all of the eye beads into one bead.

RUYI As You Wish Dzi Bead: Also known as the “Buddha Top Knot” bead. Some times this bead is mistakenly called “Smoke” Dzi bead. It is believed that the “As You Wish” Dzi bead has the power to help the family be closer and stay closer. This is perhaps the only Dzi bead that works on family members without them owning the bead. Can help all family members stay away from accidents, disease or illness. The as you wish Dzi bead will assist the owner to earn more money. This bead grants the owners wishes, when they are in accordance with the owners greater good. This bead is a wish master, granting the desires and wants of the owner. This Dzi bead has a built in ability to know when a “want” is not in the best interest of the owner. At these times the bead simply does not work despite the protests of the owner of the bead.

Banded or Striped Banded or Striped Dzi Bead: There are three classes of beads that are often confused for one another. They are the thread bead, the striped bead, and the banded bead. Thread is the smallest marking. Striped beads have a little larger than thread marking. Banded beads have large swatches of markings. Beads can have bands separated by stripes (Pictures on Right Dzi beads Black line is Called Bands and separated by white stripes). Thread beads are always single marking and not combined with other symbols. Each striped and banded beads can have one or more markings going across the bead. Threads are always some form of healer, Stripes are always some form of wealth or money, Banded are always comfort, luxury, or lifestyle. Please read description under Striped Dzi Beads.

Bat Dzi Bead: The word bat means birth. The bat Dzi works with all things having to do with birth and beginnings. The bat has excellent radar and sonar and can travel easily avoiding running into walls, trees and the like. The Bat Dzi will help the owner with sonar and radar assisting with all forms of navigation. This Dzi always strives to keep things new, fresh and beginning. Where some Dzi help with endings the bat strives always to begin. It does not like to focus on finishing or ending. For the entrepreneur the bat assists the owner in continuously fresh ideas. The bat is nocturnal bringing to the owner nocturnal navigation as well as daytime. The nocturnal navigation assists the dream body as well as the subconscious and unconscious minds in navigating their realms. In Tibet as well as all of China the bat is seen as a very lucky omen. The bat Dzi is good for all aspects of the mind, but strongest on the subconscious and unconscious minds. This Dzi assists the owner in all forms of navigating. This Dzi assists its owner in understanding that newness and beginnings represent change, and that change does not have to be fearful or stressful. The bat is connected historically to healing, spells, potions, and all forms of magic. The bat is often associated with the world of witches, wizards, and alchemy itself being an ingredient in many potions and spells. In the world of the Tibetan the bat is seen as a familiar to shamans, witchdoctors, and sometimes evil doers. The bat is again another Dzi whose direction is determined by the owner. If the owner has ill intent the bat Dzi will be used negatively and cause karma. If the owner uses the bat with an openness of love and freedom from ego the owner will accrue merit and grace. The bat can assist the owner in having a magical life free from evil and negativity. The bat may not be alone on the bead. You will need to study the other symbols in order to understand everything that the Bat Dzi Bead can do for its owner.

"Bodhi" Dzi Bead: Establishes good virtues and eliminates misfortune in your life, gives you a generous and lenient heart. This Dzi bead helps to avoid dangers, Growth in Compassion, Wisdom & Enlightenment. In Buddhist lore, Prince Siddhartha Gautama was enlightened after meditating under a Bodhi tree some 2548 years ago. He is now popularly known as the Buddha Shakyamuni or the Lord Buddha and recognized as the founder of Buddhism. The Bodhi tree Dzi establishes good virtues and eliminates life's misfortunes.

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Dharma Hat Dzi Bead: Looks like a heart shape that is smashed down, and has a small hook in it. The Dharma Hat motif on this Dzi bead is a symbol of holy protection. As such, this Dzi bead is a spiritual object or talisman. "Dharma" means "protection". By practicing Buddha's teachings we protect our self from suffering and problems. All the problems we experience during daily life originate in ignorance, and the method for eliminating ignorance is to practice Dharma. Practicing Dharma and "wearing" the Dharma hat is the method for improving the quality of our human life. The quality of life depends not upon external development or material progress, but upon the inner development of peace and happiness which Dharma bestows on us. For example, in the past many Buddhists lived in poor and underdeveloped countries, but they were able to find pure, lasting happiness by practicing what Buddha had taught.

Diamond Dzi Bead: Represents the Dorje/Vajra. The Dorje/Vajra is a thunderbolt that destroys all kinds of ignorance, & itself indestructible. It represents the male aspect in a ritual process. The wearer will face less hindrance in whatever he does & work can proceed smoothly with ease. Owner will be surrounded by positive vibrant energies. Just as each diamond must be found and then faceted to show its hidden beauty. The self also lays waiting with its many facets wanting to be discovered and revealed. The diamond bead assists in bringing to light all that is beautiful or dormant within the self. It allows the owner to live in a state of beauty and brilliance. The brilliance of the diamond shines on the wearer to illuminate and chase away that which is ugly, leaving only beauty to shine through. The bead with the diamond usually is found with another symbol on it. Read the description for the other symbology. The diamond bead is rare.
Diamond & Pestle Dzi Bead: This bead is one of the healer beads. This bead assists the mind of the healer and will be of most benefit in the hands of a healer rather than a layman. It has diamonds with pestles in between the diamonds. Mortar and pestle is used to grind herbs into medicines. This bead enhances the mind of the healer to assist in finding the recipes that will do the greatest good for the patient. The medicine god and medicine Buddha are beckoned to assist in locating and creating the best formulas for the ill. While the pestle assists with formulas for the body. The diamond assists in shining its brilliance onto formulas that will assist the mind and spirit to heal. The Diamond Pestle Dzi is known as a magic instrument to keep ghost from human body and improve health & wisdom. This bead is scarce and hard to find. Those that own this bead are not quick to let them go.

Dorje (Vajra) Dzi Bead: Also referred to as the “Dharma Dzi Bead” or the “Dorje & Diamond Dzi Bead”. The dorje is a sacred tool that Tibetans and Buddhists use to help them reach enlightenment. The Dorje assists in connecting to Vajradhara. Vajradhara is the primordial Buddha, the dharmakaya Buddha. Vajradhara, depicted as dark blue in color, expresses the quintessence of Buddha hood itself. Vajradhara represents the essence of the historical Buddha's realization of enlightenment. In addition to assisting the owner in their realization of enlightenment the “Dorje Dzi Bead” possesses special powers, immeasurable control and increases concentration.

Dragon-Eyed Dzi Bead: This 6 EYE represents the Mantra OM MANI PADME HUM. It is the Root of Happiness & Good Karma. This Dzi bead can help to Overcome Negative Forces from Foes & Competitors. Dragons are considered to reside at and perhaps to be the source of life, and from which all physical life comes. Enable One to Connect All 3 Key Components i.e. Body, Mind & Heart. Achieve Good Health, Wealth & Success. Dragons love their wealth. They love to hoard and gather all forms of wealth to themselves. Remember that wealth is not necessarily abundance. The dragon Dzi may assist the owner with learning how to roll in wealth. Dragons are great at bringing wealth to themselves. They would be considered advanced or masters of wealth. Dragons hoard their riches, thus assisting the owner in learning how to keep and maintain their wealth while gaining yet greater wealth. Dragons are considered by Tibetans to be at the top of the animal hierarchy. They are the strongest physically, mentally, spiritually and magically. All dragons are alchemists, breathing fire and creating magic. Dragons are masters of manifestation and materialization. Dragons are all masters of magic, both creating magic and living magically. The dragon brings magic in all of its form to the owner of the “Dragon Eyed Dzi Bead”. Dragons live in the dimensions between earth and heaven. When dragons are in the earth dimension they will generally live in great caves where they can move around easily. This makes the dragon very useful in assisting the owner of the Dzi bead to delve into and understand their subconscious and unconscious minds. Dragons can seek out saboteurs, stopping the unconscious minds from sabotaging the creations of the owner. Dragons have had to hide to stay alive for so many millennia that they have become great at finding things lost, and perceiving even the slightest threat. This makes dragon extremely great protectors and masters of subtly. Dragons bring both of these skills with them to assist their master. Dragons will only respond to a human if they are its master. Each dragon Dzi bead is connected to a dragon, and each dragon may be connected to several different Dzi beads. The “Dragon Eyed Dzi Bead” connects the human owner to the dragon they will master.

Dragon-Eye Dzi Bead-Ruffled Eye: (Ruffled eye) The symbol on this bead is a single eye with a ruffle around it. Usually only occurs one ruffle per bead. This Dzi bead calls the dragon to lend an eye and to keep an eye on the owner. The dragon is all forms of genesis and new beginnings. Dragons always consume the purest of all foods and drink. Dragons hoard precious things, and will enhance the owner’s ability to find and keep precious things as well as preciousness within. The dragon is the greatest protector of all. Read the other symbology on the bead and include the dragon eye inside of the ruffle as one eye, not two eyes. The ruffle is not counted as an eye. The dragon assists, magnifies and enhances all of the other symbology on the bead. A Dzi bead with a ruffled eye is not the same as a “Dragon Dzi Bead” and does not allow the owner of the bead to be master to a dragon. Only a “Dragon Dzi Bead” itself can master a dragon.

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Dragon Marks Dzi Bead: Rather than being a particular symbol on a Dzi bead, are a certain type of markings found on some Dzi beads. Some of the agate or chalcedony that the Dzi bead is carved from is comprised of layers of agate. Certain agate or chalcedony will not accept the etching material that the symbols on Dzi beads are derived from. The areas that refuse the etching are left having no bead design. These are known as dragon marks when they occur. The agate that refuses the color will almost always be a light gray/white in color. Dragon marks are said to occur when the dragon was digging for Dzi beads and accidentally clawed into a bead or two. Any Dzi bead marked by a dragon is said to have caught the eye of the dragon and was then dropped or discarded by the dragon because it was imperfect. Dragons hoard their riches, but always insist that the items of wealth it hoards are as perfect as possible. Being clawed by the dragon the bead is said to carry some of the energy of the dragon. A Dzi bead marked by a dragon is not the same as a “Dragon Dzi Bead” and does not allow the owner of the bead to be master to a dragon. Only a “Dragon Dzi Bead” itself can master a dragon.
Eagle’s Mouth Dzi Bead: This Dzi symbolizes a life of comfort and the fulfillment of all wishes. It has the ability to turn adverse situations into auspicious ones.
Earth Sky Dzi Bead: Earth is square. Balances yin and yang, helps those in bad conditions out and embrace good luck. The square depicts the earth, the source and basis of all living beings. The significance of this combination is said to bring balance and serenity in the order of life, and turn an individual's potentiality into actual vibrant and useful energy and achieve greater things in his life. The added significance of the eye or dot in the center of the circle motif is the arriving of good opportunities for the individual at the right time.
Elements Dzi Bead: The elements bead appears to have the waves of water. These can also be peaks or peaks of mountains. The circle represents Sun. Some have the square or rectangle representing earth. The elements bead could best be called an Alchemy Bead. The elements bead brings together all of the major forces in the human life. Once brought together they can be combined and recombined to create great strengths and callings. This bead is also considered to be an universe bead. However it is not a true universe bead. This Dzi bead assists in bringing out and opening latent talents and abilities that lay dormant within the person. Talents and abilities having to do with the earth, sky, sun, and those things that make up the physical being. This bead can afford one a measure of protection from negative and radiation energies. Helps to transmute and transform many of the energies that cause the owner of the bead to have a life that is less than totally enjoyable. This Dzi bead can assist with herbology, gardening, and of the hobby skills that play with the life forces of the elements. The element bead can also assist the owner in connecting to the planes and levels of the deva and little folk. Magnifying Power Combines The 3 Main Forces In The Universe: Heaven, Earth & Human. Captures The Energy From The Heaven & Earth, Converts It Into Continuous Moving Energy To Achieve One's Goal.

Felicity Dzi Bead: (Also referred to as the insect bead) Looks like two headed insect. Check the reverse side of the felicity bead. You may find the bat. This Dzi symbolizes the wonderful blessings of abundance happiness & good fortune & longevity.

Fire Burial Dzi Bead: These Dzi beads are very special and very rare beads. They should be considered investment beads when found as they are rare, old, usually plus 500 years and if in good condition very valuable. Fire Burial Dzi beads are beads that have been used in specific Tibetan ceremonies. As part of the ceremony these beads are buried deep in the coals of a fire. Later when the bead is retrieved it has the whitish, rusty exterior that makes fire burial beads so distinctive and desirable. Fire burial Dzi should all be considered healing and or tonic beads. Usually the bead is chosen to go into the fire because it has proven itself as a Dzi bead. It has usually been credited with some sort of miracle or healing. Generally small divots or chips will be chipped from the bead. These tiny chips do not decrease the value of the bead. They actually increase its value. The chips will be ground up and used in potions or medicines for others. The design on the outside of the bead is usually reapplied after the fire. This is why the design is often times quite bright and almost new looking. The fire damages the original design. The design on the bead will tell you what it chooses to assist its owner with. Fire burial beads however, are many, many times stronger than another normal bead of the same type. Fire burial Dzi beads are considered so powerful and there are so few of them that it used to be only the highest ranked Tibetans and priests owned them.

Garuda Healing Dzi Bead: One side of this bead contains 5 circles or eyes that make up a cross in the center of the bead. The 5 circles represent the directional wealth gods, and the directional medicine Buddhas. The five directions represented are North, South, East, West, and above. The opposite side has what looks like a geometric shape of some kind. This glyph represents lightening. Lightening destroys ignorance. Sometimes this bead is referred to as a lightening bead. Helps To Overcome Negative Forces, Clears Obstacles and Increases Merits & Longevity, Subdue Demons, Blessings From the 5 Directional Wealth Gods, Gather Wealth & Brings Good Fortune. Sound of the Garuda beads will have Kwan Yin rather than lightening on the other side. One should also read about the 5 eyed Dzi bead. There is an additional Garuda Dzi bead the has the outline of a bird on the bead. The design runs the length of the bead. The reverse may have another bird, or a cross of 5 eyes, or a symbol of lightening. This form of Garuda is by far the hardest and scarcest to find. Not very many were ever made with the bird motif. The Garuda is a magical bird from the Hindu religion and is popular in much of Indonesia and other areas where Hinduism and Buddhism have mingled together.

Heart Dzi Bead: Hearts are generally not alone, but rather come inside of nectar bottles. Whether the heart is inside nectar bottle or standing alone or with a cross or hat on top of it, it will always represent life. The heart when in combination brings life to the other symbols. When the heart appears to be on its own it will represent the universal life force that flows through each human. The heart Dzi can add life to anything it is connected with. This bead can assist the owner to feel more alive. It can assist the owner to get into contact with their own life force. This bead can assist the owner in learning how to use their life force in different and unusual ways the owner may not have thought of before.

Heaven and Earth Dzi Bead: Earth is square. Heaven is circle. This Dzi bead combines the 3 main forces in the Universe: Dzi Heaven, Earth & Human. Captures the Energy from the Heaven & Earth, converts it into continuous moving energy to achieve one's goal. It can help you to make your dreams come true. Flawlessness in all areas of one’s life. It is believed that the sky and earth Dzi bead will assist its owner in achieving balance and harmony in his life. It'll also help to clear any obstacles which may cause harm to its owner. Wealth and good health will also be bestowed on its owner. Businessmen are fond of this Dzi bead as they believe that this bead will bring them great wealth and prosperity.

"Herb" Dzi Bead: One of the healer beads. This bead assists the mind of the healer and will be of most benefit in the hands of a healer rather than a layman. The herb bead attacks at the roots of disease rather than the symptoms. This bead can assist to remove the roots of diseases, and controls their growth. This Dzi ensures health. This bead is extremely rare. This Dzi assists the owner to plant new roots of health. Creates balance so that wellness can be maintained. Helps the owner to have a healthy focus, and a healthy mind. Helps remove diseased attitudes, replacing them with healthy ones. Assists in obtaining a wellness lifestyle. This Dzi is probably one of the strongest healing bead if available. The herb Dzi bead is often times considered too strong for the lay person. Many Tibetans believe herb beads should be in the hands of healers to be able to access the full potential. The herb bead is also a medicine bead, this means it assists owner in finding the correct “medicine” for the disease or condition one is experiencing. The herb Dzi bead is an extremely scarce bead.

Horse Dzi Bead: To the Tibetans the horse represents a very sacred animal. The Tibetan name is “Tasso” meaning Windhorse. The Windhorse carries prayers to the heavens and bring blessings back from the heavens. The horse is thought to be a spiritual communicator, messenger, and carrier. The Dzi bead with a horse will assist the owner in connecting with and communicating with the spiritual world of being. This Dzi bead will assist in maintaining the strongest connections possible with the owner’s guidance and own spiritual self. The horse Dzi assists the owner in developing a self that includes their spiritual side. The horse represents stamina, endurance, beauty, elegance and freedom and will bring these things to the owner. The horse will assist the owner in staying free of troubles and avoiding pitfalls and danger. The Windhorse will assist in setting the mind free so that it may soar. The horse has been used for a long time for transportation. The horse of the Dzi bead will assist the owner in many forms of transporting and transportation. Horses can be very great jumpers, assisting the owner in jumping over hurdles and dangers. Will assist the owner in leaping to things before they are missed, thus opening more doors, being in the right place at the right time, etc. Horses are known to have great speed, thus creating a quickening within the mind and soul of the owner. This allows the owner to evolve spiritually and mentally at a much faster or quickened rate. Horses can become very loyal to their owners, just as the horse Dzi bead will become very affectionate and loyal to its owner. The horse is considered the premier remover of obstacles. The horse does not remove obstacles as much as it leaps or jumps over them. The horse is generally not alone on a Dzi bead, so you will need to understand the other symbols in order to see the whole picture of what the horse Dzi bead can do for its owner. Also read Tasso Dzi Bead.

Insect Dzi Bead: (Also called Felicity bead) Looks like a two headed insect. Is often considered to appear to appear to be the underside of the bat. Enhances longevity and health. Helps reveal early warning signs of illness getting started. Assists body in sloughing off attitudes that could lead to disease and illness. Helps to focus mind on healing, and healthy attitudes.

Kwan Yin Dzi Bead: Kwan Yin Pu Sa (also known as Chenrezig in Tibet) is the Bodhisattva of Great Compassion, & is one of the most popular Bodhisattvas in all of Asia. Her name roughly translates as "The One who Hears the Cries of the World." It is reckoned that Kwan Yin Dzi brings forth mental tranquility, and ensures safety in traffic. Kwan Yin is also often times referred to as the green Tara. Many around the world make offerings to Kwan yin regularly. She is believed to hear the cries of humans and attempts to assists with reliving the pain human experience. There is often another figure on the other side of the Kwan Yin. These second figures can be a wide variety of symbols. Once would need to read for the other symbol as well as for Kwan Yin.
Jambala (Kubera)Dzi Bead – 3 eyed: 3 eyed representing Tibetan Wealth Deity Kubera bestowing of wealth, jagged triangular motif symbolizing protection and a stripe at each end, indicating a stable career with smooth promotion... A beautiful chalcedony stone bead for a smooth career, protection, and lots of wealth luck. The 3 Eyed Dzi bead is said to be the manifestation of the expression of the Hindu wealth god, the Kubera. He originates from the Himalayas, but is worshipped by other Buddhists as well from around the world. Two eyes representing his eyes, and lines bridging down his nose and surrounding his mouth. Having performed austerities for a thousand years, in regard for which Brahma asked him to safeguard and distribute evenly the treasures of the earth by karmic rewards. Among the Dzi bead culture, the 3 eyed Dzi bead is regarded as the unofficial "wealth" bead. It is believed to still possess the power to make conditions favorable, for which you could make the most of to enjoy general fortune, not only in terms of wealth, but in general prosperity and well-being.

Lightning Dzi Bead: It is believed that lightning destroys ignorance. Ignorance is seen as the path of pain and suffering. The destruction of ignorance allows room for knowledge to be obtained. This Dzi bead will assist the owner in destroying duality and those sides of ones self that create limitation, lack of change, disease, depression and all forms of sadness. The lightning can destroy the cloud and fog many minds contain. Lightning is the tool of Kali, one of the aspects of Shiva. Kali’s entire purpose for being is to destroy ignorance in all of its forms.

Longevity Bottle Dzi Bead: The longevity bottle looks like a nectar bottle with a heart inside of the bottle. The longevity bottle will appear as a heart within a heart topped by a cross. This Dzi bead assists the owner by preventing disease. The longevity bottle Dzi bead can help the owner to increase their income. It is believed that this Dzi bead has the power to eradicate sadness and suffering. The longevity bottle bead is said to attract luck for its owner. The longevity bottle bead helps the owner to make money and become healthier. The longevity bottle Dzi bead is always a target for Dzi bead collectors making good beads harder to find.

Lotiform Dzi Bead: (Lotiform/Dharma looks like a string of half circles) The Lotiform Dzi bead is known as a magic instrument that can ward away ghosts and dissolve misadventure. A fabulous protective charm to keep one healthy and safe from any evil spiritual mishaps and harm.

Lotiform Magic Cap Dzi Bead: Is actually an elaborate name for the dharma hat. "Lotiform" refers to a semblance of lotus petal, and "magic cap" is really an an exaggerated name which some people used to refer to a holy object. The 6 "magic caps" or otherwise simplified dharma hat motifs on this Dzi bead are symbols of holy protection. As such, this Dzi bead is a spiritual object or talisman. "Dharma" means "protection". By practicing Buddha's teachings we protect our self from suffering and problems. All the problems we experience during daily life originate in ignorance, and the method for eliminating ignorance is to practice Dharma. Practicing Dharma and "wearing" the Dharma hat is the method for improving the quality of our human life. The quality of life depends not upon external development or material progress, but upon the inner development of peace and happiness which Dharma bestows on us. For example, in the past many Buddhists lived in poor and underdeveloped countries, but they were able to find pure, lasting happiness by practicing what Buddha had taught.

Lotus Buds Dzi Bead: (Represented by hearts) 4 Lotus Buds and 2 Holy eyes: Promote Popularity, Improve Good Aura, Enhance Love and Attract All Auspicious Signs to the Owner. Obstacles faced by the Owner will be netted by the `s unique pattern and Popularity and Good Interpersonal Relationships will be replaced in its place. This item is widely sought for its Popularity properties. Lotus buds represent budding enlightenment. Illuminates filth and all forms of negativity so that one sees and identifies it rather than become complacent with the negative. Lotus buds hold the potential that is just waiting to blossom forth.

Lotus Dzi Bead: Wishes for a pretty appearance and pleasant character with mental tranquility. Also read Lotus flower Dzi Bead. It is believed that the double lotus Dzi bead will help to promote the purity, calmness and charisma of its owner. It will also energize the relationships of the owner with the people around him and enhances his standing with them. This Dzi bestows attractiveness, calmness and purity. It cleanses the body and mind, and enhances human relationships.

Lotus Flower Dzi Bead: The lotus flower is a water flower, which grows from some of the filthiest conditions. Conditions that would kill other lilies and flowers allow the lotus flower to bring forth beautiful blooms. The message of the lotus flower is to remind us that beauty can grow and thrive even in the filthiest of conditions. Beauty can be found any where. The lotus flower helps to generate for its owner pure mood and peaceful life. This bead is popular for its protection for you from all filth, negative forces & the evils & gives you peace. In short, Lotus Dzi purifies mental status, enlightens one's understanding towards Buddhism, help ensures the safety and health of human body. The lotus symbolizes the flower of Buddhism. In Buddhism, the lotus can symbolize many things, including spiritual unfoldment, purity, which is the true nature of beings realized through enlightenment, and compassion, which is also known as the purified form of passion. The water lotus Dzi bead is said to purify our mental state, heighten our Buddhist nature and sustain our good health. A Lotus Dzi Bead possesses the power to purify the mind & heart in which will lead to a calm & clear mind. Recommended Dzi bead for decision makers & those in seek for higher attainment of mindfulness and it brings the good fortune and wisdom to the carrier. Also read description of Lotus Dzi bead.
Lotus Flower Dzi Bead (double): The double Lotus Dzi Bead possesses the power to purify the mind & heart which will lead to a calm & clear mind. The double lotus flower magnifies the power and strength of the lotus flower Dzi bead. This Dzi bead is recommended for decision makers and those who seek for higher attainment of mindfulness. It brings the good fortune and wisdom to the owner. Also read both Lotus Flower and Lotus Dzi Bead.

Medicine Buddha or Medicine Dzi Bead: After the conversion to Buddhism the beads are called “Medicine Buddha Dzi Bead”. Prior to the conversion to Buddhism they were simply called “Dzi Medicine Bead”. Is one of the thread beads. The medicine Buddha has only one thread of color usually white around the center of a round or oblong bead usually black or carnelian in color.
On occasion the thread will appear to be more like a band of color. In this instance the band represents wealth as well as healing abilities. The banded beads are comfort beads. The thread beads are healing beads.

There is believed to be twelve medicine Buddhas. Each of the medicine Buddhas have a different responsibility when working with humanity. Many of the healer Dzi beads are intended for use by healers rather than for the lay person. It is believed that healers have different needs for their personal healing due to the fact that they use their energy continually to assist with the healing of mankind.

The medicine Buddha assist the healing of the healer so that they may do more for humanity with greater clarity. It is believed that anxiety comes from knowing you have karma that you are not working off quickly enough. One function of the medicine Buddhas is to assist with guilt the greatest disease and disease creator of all. Other functions of the Medicine Buddha are to bring back the laughter and the lightness. Medicine Buddhas help to take care of some of the dreary mundane day to day requirements that healers are responsible for in their personal lives so that their thoughts may be with healing of humanity. If one seeks to use the power of the medicine Buddha Dzi bead merely to shirk their responsibilities it will backfire and cause havoc with the persons life. It will also garner severe karma. Before aligning oneself with the medicine Buddha one should search their self and know where their ego is at. They should also be sure that their heart is open and flowing freely with life and love.

Money Hook Dzi Bead: Looks like a figure S. It is believed that the lucky S hook will bring happiness, wealth and prosperity to its owner. It will enhance its owner’s ability to accumulate wealth by crystallizing money-making opportunities for him. More importantly, it also will ensure that the wealth will be retained within his control and not slip away.

Monsignor Dzi Bead: Looks like a stick figure. Bead is for strength, sense of wholeness and protection. Monsignor Dzi is believed to render mental support for hard-workers, removes obstacles and bad luck ahead in the way. Helps to keep the mind agile and healthy. Can assist with memory and cognition.

Mountain, Peak or Hill Dzi Bead: The symbol of the hills peaks or mountains are likened to great support as afforded by the mountains mammoth stability, and along with the elimination of bad luck and obstacles. Can help to create all forms of support for almost any situation. Helps to impart strength and focus for accomplishing that which needs to be done. The motif of the mountain is denoted by one hill shape over another hill. This Dzi symbolizes courage in face of all things and the commitment to surge forward gallantly. The mountain is represented usually by one larger hump outline with other symbols under it often. Peaks are generally symbolized by two or three pointed but slightly rounded lines one over the other. Hills are represented by the outline of a small or short hump. The mountain often times is pictured with two eyes. This combination represents success and strength for the home, family, and marital relationships. The hill often times represents obstacle or getting over obstacle. Peak is almost always involved with career accomplishment and support. All three represent strength, stability, support. Also represent path, life, and choices.

Multi Banded Dzi Bead: (Three bands) Multiple Fortunes, and Wish Fulfilling Talisman. Read also striped Dzi beads.
Nectar Dzi Bead: Also called Nectar bottle. The nectar bead is a heart with a cross coming out of the top of it. Prevents death due to back luck, perfects your virtues establishment, helps owner to roll in wealth and gain longevity. Assists in bringing the “good things of life”, the milk and honey to life. Nectar is the milk and honey for one’s life. Assists in attracting the sweet things to the owner’s life. All the good things, the great things one would desire for their life are brought to the owner of the nectar Dzi bead. This Dzi bead assists in opening doors, and making the path easy. Generates “feasting” on life. Assists life in becoming “better than you could ever imagine!” The bead can assist the owner in gaining charisma and presence with others.

Nectar Bottle & Longevity Motif Dzi Bead: Nectar bottle with turtle shell pattern with six cells: Symbolizes health and longevity, while each cell encloses a nectar bottle. Generates well being and increases growth in all virtues, as the nectar motif is the focus of all goodwill and induces the gathering of auspiciousness and general fortune. This Dzi bead can assist the owner in bringing the good things of life.

Peak Dzi Bead: Peak beads are often times represented by two or more rounded peaks layered over each other. Mountains are often a singular larger hump outline on the bead. The peak bead speaks to success. It is a bead of accomplishment and success as well as career development. It is also a fame and career bead. It assists the owner to make the most of themselves in business, career, and life. One will obtain a stable career with smooth promotions and rapid advancement. If the peak bead is accompanied by two eyes which it almost never is. It would represent accomplishment and success in the home and relationships, primarily the marriage relationship. The peak bead brings the owner strength, stability and support and a base in all areas and arenas of business, career, callings. The peak bead assists its owner in avoiding many of the pitfalls of self-employment and taking career chances on one’s self. The peak bead encourages entrepreneurship and accepting risk without gambling on one’s passions, desires, and choices. The peak Dzi bead continually encourages its owner to follow their heart without risk of loss. This is another bead that the owner must be in the appropriate state of balance. If ego is present this bead like some others will backfire on the owner. If the ego is present and arrogance is present the owner risks loosing all in order to know themselves without ego. If the owner of this bead is open of mind and heart. Works with their emotions and repressions, this bead can assist the owner in actualization of their greatness desires, and dreams. With ego major karma can be generated with the bead. Without ego one can realize their passion.

Rooster Dzi Bead: Whenever the rooster is depicted on a Dzi bead, the rooster will assist the owner of the Dzi bead in making “all dreams come true”. The rooster also assists the owner in finding and following their passion. In some cases the rooster Dzi will also assist with dream work, causing dream time to become more effective. The rooster is almost always found with other symbols on a Dzi bead. The rooster adds passion to the other forces represented on the bead.

Ruyi Dzi Bead: Whenever you see the markings of Ruyi next to the name of a specific Dzi bead, the Ruyi indicates a very sacred bead. The absolute most special and sacred of all of the Dzi beads will carry this marking. A Dzi bead with this marking has bean used either in a temple, by monks, or in an alter setting of some kind. The Ruyi bead is very special especially for the collector that wishes artifact beads with the purest and highest energy in them. These Ruyi beads also many times are Dzi beads that have proven themselves to work. The Ruyi notation is generally also indicative of a much older bead. The Ruyi notation is also generally found only on certain types of beads, for instance it will almost never be found on the number eyed beads. The Ruyi notation is probably the rarest and scarcest of all of the Dzi beads. Most collectors will only come across one or two of these notations during their entire collecting history.

Script Dzi Bead: Also called “birds” or “rocs.” Appears as the tops of two arches joined. Looks the way you would paint or draw a seagull in a picture (Some Mantra Script Dzibeads). The script bead is one of the strongest communication beads. This Dzi can assist with all forms of communication. It is believed that the birds carry the messages from the owner to the heavens or the universe. The birds on this Dzi bead are also seen as song birds, bringing music from the heavens. This Dzi bead can assist with all forms of written expression. Books, music, dialogue, and all forms of oration. Also known as “the bead of orators”, “the bead of musicians”, “the bead of speakers”, “the bead of audiences”, “the bead of archivists”, “the bead of scribes”, and “the bead of writers.” Is known to also bring visual pictures or sound back from the heavens. In a weak mind these visuals and pictures could appear as delusions or hallucinations. This bead carries very strong masculine energy. There will be many that this bead is simply too strong for. This strength will cause irritation with the owner or a dislike of the bead. If this is the case and one still wishes to partake of what this bead wishes to offer, put the bead away for a few months and try again. One can grow into the abilities of this bead. Be sure to focus on bringing feminine energy in to balance the masculine energy caused by this bead. The script bead can help to engender great self confidence in the owner. If one is in their ego when using this Dzi it will come across as arrogance, and egotism. If this Dzi is used with the ego it can create karma for the owner. If the owner of this Dzi uses this bead with an open heart the universe will come through them as they communicate.

Sheep or Lamb Dzi Bead: The lamb or sheep are highly prized and honored by Tibetans. Tibetans believe that sheep will bring good luck to them. The Sheep Dzi bead can assist the owner to make sure that everything goes well, at least most of time. The Sheep or Lamb Dzi bead also helps to make sure that there will be a good harvest. The harvest can be agriculture or may come in other forms.

Banded or StripedStriped Dzi Bead: (Stripe or banded) Stripe beads are different from thread beads in that the color comes as stripes or bands. Thread beads have narrower lines of white against a darker color. The stripes or bands will be of other color than white. They may be black on brown or white, brown on brown or white. Dzi bead with two stripes or bands the bead will assist its owner in understanding fortune and wealth. With two stripes or bands the Dzi bead will assist the owner in gaining wealth at a pace that the owner can mentally and spiritually handle. This is generally slower than the owner thinks they can handle. Whatever level of wealth the owner of a two stripe/band obtains they will be able to keep and do not risk sabotaging themselves into loosing it. Dzi with two stripes/bands offer one lifelong gaining of fortune. Dzi bead with three stripes/bands = multiple fortunes to be gained by the owner. Fortunes are not always the same thing as wealth. The purpose of this Dzi bead is to help the owner understand the difference between wealth and fortune. Once again this is a bead that is powered by the self and will bring merit or karma depending on how it is used. If powered by the ego one will find themselves building karma. If powered with a love of ones self free of ego and defensiveness, this can be a bead offering a great journey. Dzi beads with four or more stripes/bands if available, these are very scarce, will bring larger multiple fortunes. It is believed that the striped Dzi will assist its owner to achieve his aspirations in life. It also has the ability to turn adverse events into positive ones for its owner.

Striped Dzi Bead-Single: Usually one stripe or band = healing abilities. Not the same as medicine Buddhas, they are sometimes confused with or called Medicine Buddhas. The healing offered will be on all parts of the owners mind, and focus. The one stripe also requires the focus of the owners mind in order to create the healing that is to be done. In this way it teaches the owner the proper focuses for health and then wealth. Single striped Dzi symbolizes a life of comfort and the fulfillment of all wishes. It has the ability to turn adverse situations into auspicious ones. Read also “Striped Dzi Bead”.

Star Dzi Bead: May appear as a five point star or simply a filled in dot. Is the symbol of the natural law of the universe, and accumulates your good virtue. Check also under universe if the bead also contains sun and moon.

Swastika Dzi Bead: Represents the Law and all aspects of the law. This bead assists one in learning how to speak universal law. Helps protect the owner from law and legal proceedings. This Dzi can help with assisting the proceedings to benefit the owner or to go easier on the owner of this bead. If the owner is in tune with this Dzi it can help to protect the owner from being in the wrong place at the wrong time. This Dzi can assist the owner in ways such as to prevent situations that might require the law or legal assistance. Good Fortune, Family Bliss, Longevity, Wish Fulfilling, Good Luck Peace and health. The symbol of Buddha’s light shining from all angles. This Dzi has close relations to the roots of Buddhism. It is a symbol of esoteric Buddhism. As such, it was placed over the heart of the Buddha, stamped on the breasts of departed initiates and planted wherever Buddhists have left their mark. It is regarded as the symbol of esoteric Buddhism and the mark of a perfectly evolved being whose soul (or spirit) has entered Nirvana or liberation from the world of matter. Due to the religious nature of this particular Dzi bead, it is particularly beneficial to an individual whose heart is pure and does not show excess greed through hankering after the material things of life. The Swastika symbol has been used for thousands of years already in almost all human civilizations as a sign for good luck, protection, as a materialization of life and the changing seasons of the year. It is believed that this Dzi bead will bring happiness, wealth and prosperity to its owner.

Tasso Dzi Bead: Tasso translates as Horse Tooth. Tasso is a notation that you may come across as a collector. Tasso beads are some of the oldest of the etched Dzi beads, many times coming from the time period of 500 BC to 500 AD. The Tibetans called these particular beads Tasso teeth meaning Windhorse. Not all beads from this time period are Tasso beads. The Tibetans believed these markings as well as the shape of some beads to be the teeth of horses. Tibetans regard the Windhorse as a sacred symbol for overcoming obstacles. Around 500 AD some dealers began calling these markings tiger teeth, feeling that while the Windhorse was strong the tiger was stronger. The term tiger tooth stuck and now the markings are referred to as the tigers tooth or teeth. Many dealers felt like the term tiger teeth was more appropriate because the markings look like tiger stripes and they saw no resemblance to either the horse or the Windhorse. Most true collectors of Dzi beads still refer to the Dzi beads of this particular time period as Tasso Dzi beads. A good Tasso bead because of its age can be extremely hard to find. Most Dzi bead collectors may never even see one or two during their entire collecting years. These beads should be considered extremely scarce, rare and expensive if in very good condition.

Thread Dzi Bead: (3 or more threads) generally are Dzi beads of multiple fortunes. Wave beads that have two or more waves are also considered to be multiple fortunes.

Thread Dzi Bead: The thread bead has a thin line around the center of the bead. The thread is much smaller than the stripe. The thread will be an opposite color from the body of the bead. The most common of the thread beads are the medicine Buddhas. The stripe beads will often use threads of white to separate the stripes into bands. This causes a lot of confusion between the thread, stripe and banded beads. When the Dzi bead contains three or more bands separated by white threads they ape considered career beads. The stripe and banded beads that are separated by threads of white against a darker background are generally believed to be an emblem for your mind's focus and mental strength in your undertakings. This type of Dzi bead is believed to steady your ship and enhance career development. This bead will assist its owner in making strides forward in their career development, as well as gaining the fame and other mental necessities required to have a good career. The bead will assist in helping its owner with career promotion and the financial gain that goes with such promotion. Threads of white occurring one on each end are indicating a stable career with smooth promotion. This bead is probably the strongest of the career beads. Its entire focus is career and is not shared with other focuses. This bead is scarce and hard to find.

DZI Tiger TeethTiger Teeth Dzi Bead: Tigers teeth on a bead will almost look like a wave pattern. The waves will be deeper and more pointed or chiseled than the wave pattern Dzi beads are. The tiger’s teeth can be combined with other patterns to intensify the designs. Tiger’s teeth Dzi beads can also come shaped like a tooth. The chalcedony has been carved and shaped like a tooth rather than the normal Dzi bead shape. Cultures a firm and persistent will, removes frustrations along the way, and guarantees for you a healthy life too. This Dzi bead can assist with follow through and “will-power.” Can help owner to “stick-to-it” till it’s finished. Assists in focusing on what’s important thus allowing for more free time for true relaxation, free of guilt and stress. Tiger teeth Dzi can assist the owner with concentration, determination, and completion. The tiger teeth Dzi bead is also revered as a spiritual object, capable of keeping away evil things and bodily protection. It is suitable for an individual who faces more obstacles and wants to draw strength in overcoming them. Symbol of Wealth, Brings a Constant Stream of Wealth & Good Fortune, Gives one Extra Energy & Confidence to Overcome All Obstacles, Pacify Demons, and Symbolizes Will Power & Bestows Good Health. It is believed that the tiger tooth bead is able to instill in its owner a sense of determination to achieve the goals that he has set for himself as well as the ability to overcome any obstacles that may impede his path. It will energize the wearer and attracts good luck and health. Tiger teeth represent toughness and strength, removes obstacles and achieves success. Prevents calamities, averting misfortune, prospering business, multiplying wealth and improving health.

Tiger Tooth Double Layers Dzi Bead: Multi-Band Designs with Two Layers of Tiger’s Tooth inscriptions, designed in a unique pattern. Doubles or magnifies the intensity of the Tiger Teeth Dzi bead. This Dzi help to Promote Spiritual Strength, Cleansing of Evil and Obstacles and Attraction of All Auspicious Signs for the Owner. This item is widely sought for its Spiritual properties. This item is believed to possess Six times the Spiritual Strength of the normal Tiger’s Tooth, due to the Multi-Band Designs. Also read Tiger Teeth Dzi bead.

Tonic Dzi Bead: A tonic bead can be any bead that has been used to make part of a potion, medicine or tonic. Some beads are so fantastic at doing what they do that other wants some of the power or energy of that bead. When a bead gains a reputation as working very well for its owner the bead will have a particular ceremony performed on it. In this ceremony usually a priest or doctor type will chip a tiny piece from the bead at the thread hole. This chip generally does not take away from the appearance of the bead. Often times tonic beads will cost many times more than a non-tonic bead of the same type. The tonic bead has been proven to work for its owner/owners. Make sure however that some one does not try to sell you a broken bead with a large portion of the bead broken off as a tonic bead. A broken bead is considered to be used up. Check broken Dzi beads to see if they are broken into the symbols. When the symbol is broken it is considered to be used up. If a piece of the bead is missing, but the symbols, eyes, lines, etc. are still in tact, the bead is still working.

Turtle Back Longevity Dzi Bead: Ensures longevity in good health. The turtle-back motif Dzi is for cultivating good health, leading to longevity and strengthening determination in work accomplishment. It renders protection from sickness caused by spirits & gives bodily protection. It is believed that the turtle back Dzi bead is able to protect the wearer from sickness and diseases. Furthermore, the bead is believed to be able to promote good health and speedy recovery from sickness.

Universe, Sun, Moon, Star Dzi Bead: Celestial object of the sun, moon, star possess universal mystic power. This Dzi bead is seen as the embodiment of the entire universal life force. This Dzi can help to anchor the universal life force for the owner of this bead. The bead assists in teaching the owner how to use and apply the universal life force in their life. Represents impartial, candid, open hearted, doing what is most appropriate, ordained in nature.

Wave Dzi Bead: The wave Dzi bead resembles the tiger’s teeth( white colour is Tiger teeth and Red are represents wave in this picture) . The wave beads however are not as deep and more reminiscent of waves of water. The wave bead often has two waves separated by a straight line. The wave Dzi bead assists with all forms of emotions. It can assist with releasing and understanding emotions that lessen one’s quality of life. This Dzi can assist to help to uncover the emotional blockages around any given topic. Helps one understand and overcome emotional outbreaks, moodiness and some depression. Almost every aspect of the human experience is governed by emotions. This Dzi can assist its owner in sorting out and understanding emotions from the past, present and future. Repressed emotions sabotage and block many of the things humans want in their lives including abundance. The wave Dzi bead will assist in evolving emotions into feelings. It will also assist one in understanding those feelings. The wave Dzi is also seen as a Dzi bead of the wealth god. This Dzi can assist the owner in bringing in and obtaining fortunes. This Dzi is a symbol Of Wealth, as it brings A Constant Stream Of Wealth & Good Fortune, Gives One Energy & Confidence To Overcome All Obstacles, and Symbolizes Will Powers & Strength & Acts As A Protector. The wave Dzi works to heal the emotions the owner holds and has around wealth, thus freeing the owner to obtain the wealth they desire. Water is a representation of wealth, and is an association given primarily out of oriental beliefs. Especially in feng shui, the placement of water in a household, whether in an advantageous or disadvantageous position, is determinate of the wealth luck of its occupants. Flowing water is viewed as a limitless source of incoming wealth and assets, and are especially auspicious.
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