Buddhist Prayer Necklace Tibetan Yak Bone Prayer Mala Beads Buddhist Yoga Japa Healing Mala

$33.32 
This Tibetan Yak Bone Prayer features mala beads.The Yak Bone has a significant meaning especially when it comes to death. For Buddhists, it is a constant reminder to live life to the fullest to cherish moments that happen in one's life, and to become courageous in facing obstacles. Approximate Length:...
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This Tibetan Yak Bone Prayer features mala beads.The Yak Bone has a significant meaning especially when it comes to death. For Buddhists, it is a constant reminder to live life to the fullest to cherish moments that happen in one's life, and to become courageous in facing obstacles.

Approximate Length: 17 and 108+1 Fix


The number 108 has long been considered a sacred number in Hinduism and yoga. Traditionally, malas, or garlands of beads for prayer, come as a string of 108 (or other number divisible by 9) beads, plus one for the “guru bead,” which is usually not counted.

Bone is used in Buddhism to remind us of our impermanence and by doing so, we are inspired to make each moment meaningful. These beads are made by hand and acquired with reverence and care from naturally demised Yak animal, considered sacred and powerful in Tibetan Buddhist culture. Tibetan Monks honor the passing of Yaks as a spiritual experience and beads made out of their bones serves as a symbolic practice of passing from this world's consciousness to another. Contemplating death can prove beneficial to one's life, spiritually and otherwise.

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