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The black cherry agate is a beautiful rare stone with very dark red and purple tones. These stones are often characterized by more or less strong dark green veining. Due to its polychromatic peculiarities this bracelet could be compared to the purple or green colors depending to the dominant color.

Agate is a naturally occurring stone in various colors. The name agate comes from the Greek "achates," the name of the river where, in ancient times, multiple quantities of this stone were found and mined. In its multicolored variant, it encapsulates the properties of all the colors that comprise it.

Agate in nature comes in many shades, in blue it represents the color of heaven and therefore gives Mudra an even more divine and elevated aspect. Blue for Tibetan culture is the most important of colors and represents purity, wisdom and peace but in the sky variant the concept of purity is accentuated even more. The streaks, while giving uniqueness to each stone, are considered a metaphor to emphasize the basic equality of all living things.

Brown agate is used to have success in any feat. It was appreciated in Italy and Persia as antidote against the evil eye. It's also a health talisman. The stripes confering unicity to each stone and they represent the basic equality between all the human beings.

Original 925/°°° Silver bracelet from the Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer. The special feature of this collection is the wheels made of 925/°°°° Silver engraved with the same mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, and that these spherical wheels, not being attached to the bracelet like stones, reproduce the rotating movement of Buddhist Prayer Wheels.

Original 925/°°° Silver bracelet from the Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer. The special feature of this collection is the wheels made of 925/°°°° Silver engraved with the same mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, and that these spherical wheels, not being attached to the bracelet like stones, reproduce the rotating movement of Buddhist Prayer Wheels.

The design of these Tamashii® bracelets, which are part of the Prayer Wheel collection, is inspired by the Tibetan Five or a series consisting of five rituals (free-body exercises) that can give numerous benefits both physically and mentally. It is precisely because of the number of these movements that each bracelet is composed of five 6 mm multifaceted spheres of stone and cylindrical wheels in 925/°°° engraved Sterling Silver. In this case with the stone Onyx, used by Monks to spread courage and self-esteem. It is connected to instinct and intuition, helps with self-actualization and encourages people to follow their goals without being influenced by external factors. Black for Buddhism also represents man's primordial darkness, hatred and violence. Tamashii® Onyx strengthens self-awareness, analytical thinking and a sense of responsibility. It transforms negative forces into positive, evil into good, and hatred into compassion. The Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer.

The design of these Tamashii® bracelets, which are part of the Prayer Wheel collection, is inspired by the Tibetan Five or a series consisting of five rituals (free-body exercises) that can give numerous benefits both physically and mentally. It is precisely because of the number of these movements that each bracelet is composed of five 6 mm multifaceted spheres of stone and cylindrical wheels in 925/°°° engraved Sterling Silver. In this case with the stone Turquoise, it was one of the first precious stones to be mined, its intense color is reminiscent of the sky, air and water, the basic elements for life. The color Turquoise is widely used in Buddhist esotericism, with green representing calmness and blue representing ascension and purity. It helps to recognize the underlying causes of events in one's life, strengthens courage and self-confidence. Tamashii® Turquoise stabilizes moods and transforms anger into wisdom. The Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer.

The design of these Tamashii® bracelets, which are part of the Prayer Wheel collection, is inspired by the Tibetan Five or a series consisting of five rituals (free-body exercises) that can give numerous benefits both physically and mentally. It is precisely because of the number of these movements that each bracelet is composed of five 6 mm multifaceted spheres of stone and cylindrical wheels in 925/°°° engraved Sterling Silver. In this case with the green Agate stone, Agate is a stone found in nature in various colors, in this case in the green variant it identifies the color of nature, trees and plants. It summarizes the qualities of balance and harmony as well as youthful vigor and action.  The Tamashii® in Green Agate transforms jealousy into wisdom of accomplishment. The Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer.

The design of these Tamashii® bracelets, which are part of the Prayer Wheel collection, is inspired by the Tibetan Five or a series consisting of five rituals (free-body exercises) that can give numerous benefits both physically and mentally. It is precisely because of the number of these movements that each bracelet is composed of five 6 mm multifaceted spheres of stone and cylindrical wheels in 925/°°° engraved Sterling Silver. In this case with the white Agate stone, it is a natural stone that identifies the color of purity, balance rest and meditation and is represented in Buddhism by the Buddha Vairochana. The Tamashii® in White Agate transforms the illusion of ignorance into the wisdom of reality. The Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer.

The design of these Tamashii® bracelets, which are part of the Prayer Wheel collection, is inspired by the Tibetan Five or a series consisting of five rituals (free-body exercises) that can give numerous benefits both physically and mentally. It is precisely because of the number of these movements that each bracelet is composed of five 6 mm multifaceted spheres of stone and cylindrical wheels in 925/°°° engraved Sterling Silver. In this case with the stone Moss Agate, it is a natural stone with colors from yellow-green to dark green that, traced back to the Amoghasiddhi Buddha, who aspires to success, wealth and power. The variegated hue might suggest a less competitive and jealous ambition. The Tamashii® with Moss Agate transforms pride into wisdom of identity. The Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer.

​The design of these Tamashii® bracelets, which are part of the Prayer Wheel collection, is inspired by the Tibetan Five or a series consisting of five rituals (free-body exercises) that can give numerous benefits both physically and mentally. It is precisely because of the number of these movements that each bracelet is composed of five 6 mm multifaceted spheres of stone and cylindrical wheels in 925/°°° engraved Sterling Silver. In this case with the Blue Agate stone, blue is the most important color in Buddhism even more than gold, it identifies ascension and wisdom, truth, devotion, faith, purity, chastity, peace, spiritual and intellectual life. The Tamashii® in Blue Agate, traditionally used to identify that which is pure or rare, calms anger by transforming it into wisdom. The Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer.

​The design of these Tamashii® bracelets, which are part of the Prayer Wheel collection, is inspired by the Tibetan Five or a series consisting of five rituals (free-body exercises) that can give numerous benefits both physically and mentally. It is precisely because of the number of these movements that each bracelet is composed of five 6 mm multifaceted spheres of stone and cylindrical wheels in 925/°°° engraved Sterling Silver.In this case with Carnelian stone, it is a stone in shades from yellow to bright red, the same ones that depict Gautama Buddha. In Tibetan culture it developed as a synonym for the preservation of life force composed of utility (concreteness) and warmth (sentimentality); in many ways it is close to the Western concept of happiness. Tamashii® Carnelian identifies vitality and happiness. The Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer.

The design of these Tamashii® bracelets, which are part of the Prayer Wheel collection, is inspired by the Tibetan Five or a series consisting of five rituals (free-body exercises) that can give numerous benefits both physically and mentally. It is precisely because of the number of these movements that each bracelet is composed of five 6 mm multifaceted spheres of stone and cylindrical wheels in 925/°°° engraved Sterling Silver.In this case with the stone Pink Quartz, pink in the Buddhist world is the color of the lotus flower i.e., enlightenment and spiritual regeneration. It has deep and at the same time very powerful meanings, such as spiritual growth, resurrection, awareness of one's own nature, strength and the ability not to be contaminated by the corruption of this world. The Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer.

The design of these Tamashii® bracelets, which are part of the Prayer Wheel collection, is inspired by the Tibetan Five or a series consisting of five rituals (free-body exercises) that can give numerous benefits both physically and mentally. It is precisely because of the number of these movements that each bracelet is composed of five 6 mm multifaceted spheres of stone and cylindrical wheels in 925/°°° engraved Sterling Silver. In this case with the Red Agate stone, red in Buddhism is the color of rituals and powerful actions, it is the color of passion, strength and the sacred. It requires great self-control as it could become dangerous.  Red is the color that defines the line between evil and good, and only great sages and spirituals can wear it. Red Tamashii® induces strength, vigor, vitality, passion and indicates a wise person.  The Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer.

The design of these Tamashii® bracelets, which are part of the Prayer Wheel collection, is inspired by the Tibetan Five or a series consisting of five rituals (free-body exercises) that can give numerous benefits both physically and mentally. It is precisely because of the number of these movements that each bracelet is composed of five 6 mm multifaceted spheres of stone and cylindrical wheels in 925/°°° engraved Sterling Silver. In this case with the stone Sodalite, known as the stone of logic, rationality and efficiency. It is a stone of deep truth and brings this to all aspects of life. Indeed, it promotes idealism and stimulates the desire for truth; it enables one to live one's life according to one's desires while remaining true to oneself. Tamashii® Sodalite strengthens one's sense of one's identity and the ability to defend oneself against anything that endangers it. The Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer.

The design of these Tamashii® bracelets, which are part of the Prayer Wheel collection, is inspired by the Tibetan Five or a series consisting of five rituals (free-body exercises) that can give numerous benefits both physically and mentally. It is precisely because of the number of these movements that each bracelet is composed of five 6 mm multifaceted spheres of stone and cylindrical wheels in 925/°°° engraved Sterling Silver.In this case with the stone African Turquoise is one of the most ancient, beautiful and mysterious stones. In Ancient Egypt this stone was recognized as having the power to purify and protect, so it was used for food and drink containers. Pharaohs' cups were made of African turquoise precisely because of the belief that this preserved the ruler's health from infection, disease but also from negative energies. The Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer.

The design of these Tamashii® bracelets, which are part of the Prayer Wheel collection, is inspired by the Tibetan Five or a series consisting of five rituals (free-body exercises) that can give numerous benefits both physically and mentally. It is precisely because of the number of these movements that each bracelet is composed of five 6 mm multifaceted spheres of stone and cylindrical wheels in 925/°°° engraved Sterling Silver. In this case with the Tiger's Eye stone which is among the most widely used and appreciated natural stones, according to the most ancient tradition it is the stone of self-affirmation, that is, it has the power to relate us to our own personal power keeping us balanced and focused. Through increased centering it helps to find self-confidence, firmness, decision-making strength and combativeness. The Prayer Wheel collection that is inspired by the typically Tibetan cult object of the same name. Traditionally these wheels on the outside have imprinted the mantra "Om Mani Padme Hūm" of the Buddha of Compassion Cenresig in Sanskrit, according to Buddhist tradition spinning this wheel has much the same meritorious effect as reciting a prayer.

It is a commonly worn gemstone throughout India. In ancient times, these brightly coloured stones were thought to embody the wise, spiritual “souls of the ocean”. It remains a much appreciated gift today for anyone embarking on a new life path. For Buddhism, blue is the most important colour, as it represents ascension and wisdom, intellectual and spiritual life. The Tamashii® Blue Ocean Stone symbolises harmony, balance and calm, promoting a state of rest and relaxation.

The word ‘Gzi’ (Dzi) in the Tibetan language may be translated as lustre, luminosity, clarity and splendour. The Gzi jewels are generally created with natural agate stones, and are crafted according to ancient techniques. They present symbols, images and patterns across their surface. The gems express ancestral and very powerful concepts. Tamashii® Gzi Nature jewels instil within us a sense of balance and harmony, and represent the natural dimension and the earth.

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Natural stone colored in light blue tending to green, the turquoise combines the esoteric meaning of this two colors and it is utilized in the buddhist esotericism.Green for the buddhist represents the calm and blue represents the ascension and purity. The Tamashii in turquoise tranquilizes the spirit changing the rage in wisdom.

The african turquoise is one of the most ancient stones, beautiful and rich in mystery. In the old Egypt it was considered able to protect and purify, so it was used also as container for food and drinks. The pharaohs cups was made in african turquoise that protected from deseases, infections and bad energies.

Onyx is used by Monks to spread courage and self-esteem. It is connected to instinct and intuition, helps self-fulfilment and stimulates the person to follow his goals without being influenced by external factors. Black for Buddhism also represents the primordial darkness of man, hatred and violence. Tamashii® Onyx strengthens self-awareness, analytical thinking and a sense of responsibility. It transforms negative forces into positive, evil into good and hatred into compassion.

East often attributes to lava the power to help and find more balance with own inner energies. It helps to control emotions, live in a less impulsive way, to go over the shocks, fears and mind blocks. It gives more awarness and helps to overcome schemes of mind and to develop more vital freedom.

Blue is the more important color in Buddhism, more than Gold. It represents the ascension, wisdom, true, devotion, faith, purity, castity, peace, the spiritual and intellectual way. Blue Tamashii is traditionally used to identify what is pure and rare. It calms rage turning it into wisdom.

Sodalite is a natural stone, similar per meaning to the Blue Agata and for its blue nuances favoring calm, turning rage into wisdom thanks to the purification and ascension process. Tamashii in sodalite helps relaxing and move away aggression.

Hawk's eye is a blue-gray to blue-green opaque gemstone variety of fibrous quartz.Hawk's eye is good for focus, mental clarity, and deeper insight into one’s own experiences, both good and bad. Is a very soothing stone as it aids in reducing stress, increasing calm and easing anxiety. It gives you the ability to see issues that might have been hard to see otherwise. It gives insight into someone’s emotional issues and internal struggles. Hawk's eye is believed to be a stone of protection, often used by travelers.

Blue Stone Collar, also known as Apatite, is a true rarity and its special composition makes it hard to find. In ancient times, it was much sought after because of its original beauty. Its name comes from the Greek word "Apatao" meaning "to deceive" as it was often confused with other gemstones. It has a soothing blue hue, symbolising balance, harmony and energy. The Tamashii® Blue Stone Collar motivates and instils stability, helping in cases of apathy and increasing willpower and determination.

Pink in the Buddhist world is the color of the lotus flower or rather illumination and spiritual regeneration. It has deep and powerful meanings, such as spiritual growth, resurrection, awareness of one's own nature and strength, and the ability not to become contaminated by the corruption of this world.

Purple natural stone, the amethyst is called also humility stone often utilized in the buddhist practices to help during changing and inner growing phases.The Tamashii in amethyst calms the pride changing it in reflection and introspection.

Carnelian is a stone in shades yellow and bright red, the same colors that depict the Gautama Buddha. In tibetan culture it is synonimum of conservation of dynamic force made of usefulness (concreteness) and warmth (sentimentalism), for many aspects it's very close to the occidental happyness. Tamashii in carnelian represents vitality and happyness.

Black stone par excellence, the Onyx is utilized from combatants monks to instill courage and self-esteem. Black color for the Buddhism represents also the humans primordial darkness, hate and violence. Tamashii in black Onyx makes positive these forces, turning bad into well and hatred into compassion.

Black natural stone of iron origin, it can be red if made in dust. This metamorphosis gives to this stone mysterious characteristics relationed to blood. In ancient traditions it was used to front fear and win dead. Tamashii in Hematite gives courage and protection during the phisical and mind battles.

Mother of pearl is made by shells almost white and for this it coud be associated to purity and knowledge. The sea represents longevity, so this bracelet could mean foresight and clarity of mind also in senile age. Tamashii in mother of pearl protects from mental diseases and anxiety.  

Tiger's eye is among the most used and appreciated natural stones. According to the most ancient tradition, it is the stone of self-affirmation, that is, it has the power to relate to one's personal power, keeping us balanced and focused. Thanks to its greater centering, it helps to find self-confidence, firmness, decision-making power and combativeness.

Yellow-green natural stone tending to dark green and associated to the Buddha Amoghasiddhi that long for success, richness and power. Its multi-colored tones could represent ambition without competion and jealousy. This Tamashii turns the pride into wisdom of identity.

This agate represents the color of ocean water and the blue of sky, very important for the Tibetan culture and it means purity, wisdom and peace. This particular shade of blue gives to this Tamashii an even more divine and elevated aspect. This Tamashii identifies the sacred.

Hawk's eye stone is an opaque variant of fibrous quartz, varying from blue-grey to blue-green. It is excellent for focus, mental clarity, and deeper insight into one’s own experiences, whether good or bad. It’s a very soothing stone as it aids stress reduction, increases calmness and eases anxiety.  It gives you the ability to see issues that might otherwise have been hard to see. Provides an introspective window into one's emotional issues and personal challenges. Hawk's eye is believed to be a stone of protection, often used by travellers.

The African turquoise is one of the most ancient stones, beautiful and rich in mystery. In the old Egypt it was considered able to protect and purify, so it was used also as container for food and drinks. The Pharaoh cups was made in african turquoise that protected from deseases, infections and bad energies.

Red in Buddhism is the color of rituals and strong actions, passion, power and sacrum. It needs of high selfcontrol because it could be dangerous. Red is the color that defines the border between evil and good and just the big wisemen and the big spiritual figures can wear it. Red Tamashii gives power, vigour, vitality, passion and indicates a wise person.