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A variety of Agate from the far north-east of China, specifically from Manchuria. Sky-blue in colour, it has slight white tones that evoke purity and proximity to the divine. It instils calm and peacefulness and engenders a peaceful temperament. The Tamashii® Blue Sky stone helps you maintain a profound sensitivity and integrity, while encouraging concentration on your goals.

A gemstone from Australia, also called the White Opal. The word “opal” shares common roots with the Sanskrit “ùpala”, which can be translated as “precious stone”, a meaning that highlights its importance and sacredness. There are many varieties, but this white version is traditionally said to bring peacefulness by dispelling the fear of darkness. The Tamashii® White Aobao makes you open-minded, alert and flexible, and helps you adapt to changing situations. It activates thinking, speaking and acting by promoting discussion and socialisation.

This unique variety of Jade has orange hues with yellow and white undertones and is extremely hard to find. It comes from China, where in ancient times it was regarded as the union between the living essences of heaven and earth, and was considered sacred. There is also an ancient proverb that went: “We can value gold, but jade is priceless”. Also known as the stone of purity, it has been claimed since antiquity to attract love and enhance the wearer’s charisma. This Tamashii®’s distinctive, sunny colour has a stimulating energy, which bestows a pleasant peacefulness.

The name Quartz comes from the Greek word “Krystallos Yalos”, meaning transparent crystal. It is found in nature in numerous colours and each one of them has a different name. Green Quartz is a low-cost stone which was well known and much used in the past. It instils mastery and encourages the wearer to overcome shyness, while also helping to dissipate anger and rage. The Tamashii® Green Quartz is perfect for curbing your impulsive side, should you have one, and helps to direct this great energy into something more useful.

This is a rather unusual variant of the classic Turquoise, which is more of a blue-green colour. For Tibetans, it represents the circle of life from birth to death. Both come from the same mines, but yellow turquoise used to be mined in smaller quantities than the classic turquoise, because it was considered a less prestigious grade. Yellow is also the symbol of Buddhist monks. The Tamashii® Yellow Turquoise calms the soul by transforming anger into wisdom. It provides balance, awareness and spiritual upliftment, as well as strengthening one's rootedness with the Earth.

A gemstone known since antiquity, it was already used in pre-Roman times for making amulets. In the Middle Ages, it was believed to be able to overcome fear. It is also well suited for meditative and spiritual experiences. The Tamashii® Serpentine encourages the wearer to seek solitude, in order to gain inner peace by boosting his or her self-esteem. It helps to reach amicable solutions in conflicts with others.

It is a commonly worn gemstone throughout India. In ancient times, these brightly coloured stones were thought to embody the wise and deeply spiritual “souls of the ocean”. It remains a much appreciated gift today for anyone embarking on a new life path. The Tamashii® New Ocean Stone helps both to harmonise emotions such as joy and to find inner peace. It enables people to better overcome past traumas and helps them understand their true daily needs.

Mica Crystal, also known as Lepidolite, can be found in different colours from pale violet to colourless, and the crystal version is very rare. The Tamashii® Mica Crystal releases fears and calms anger, encourages objectivity and concentration, and fosters analysis and decision-making. It helps to focus on what is important by filtering out external distractions, relieving feelings of anxiety thanks to its harmonising characteristics of positivity and openness to others.

Also known as Variscite, it is named after Variscia, the historical name of the Vogtlandkreis rural district in Germany, where it was first discovered. Traces can also be found in Sardinia, where it is formed by phosphorus-rich rainwater that falls onto rocks containing plenty of aluminium and gradually infiltrates into the cracks. The Tamashii® Phosphorus Aluminum fosters sincerity by helping to communicate with others clearly, enhancing mental clarity. It counteracts mood swings by instilling calm and peacefulness.

The name of this stone derives from the Italian “à ventura”, i.e. "randomly". The most common version is green, but in nature there is also a much rarer orange shade. The orange Tamashii® Aventurine revitalises human relationships and is an antidote to shyness and anxiety. It fosters positive thinking, aligns the mind with the heart and bestows resourcefulness and optimism.

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.

This yellow-coloured natural stone from the quartz family, the same colour as that of Gautama Buddha, is a symbol of humility and separation from a society based on materialism. It is the colour of the earth, encourages the relinquishment of desire, humility, increases the sense of duty and leads to openness towards others by loving more. The Tamashii® Citrine symbolises respect for one's origins, rootedness and tranquillity. It can be used to express the attainment of maturity.

Since the dawn of civilisation, lapis lazuli has been one of the most remarkable and renowned precious stones. It was often used during Mesopotamian rituals and it was considered the place where the purest essence of the divine resides. Wearing Lapis lazuli contributes to make a person more trustworthy and honest, while remaining at peace with choices made in the past.

This is believed to be the stone of loyalty and clarity, that promotes a clearer, more profound view of reality. This view goes beyond appearances by avoiding preconceptions and other ideas about a person. It helps in understanding what is best for the individual and which new route to take. It encourages spontaneity, by assisting with the connection to the inner creative source. Kyanite offers clear, stimulating energy.

Aquamarine is a blue stone linked to the emotions and spirituality. It’s a calming, reassuring stone that stimulates creativity, self-expression and communication. The characteristics of this stone inspire the wearer to be of service to others and to assume a compassionate viewpoint. Aquamarine also helps to free oneself of old, negative feelings or feelings that confine the individual.

The cracked effect is a natural characteristic of many agates, which by presenting heterogeneous ribs and flecks inside the stone, recalls the craquelé effect.The meaning of the bracelet, even taking into account its variable texture, can be traced back to the green stones, thus identifying the colour of nature, trees and plants. It brings together the qualities of balance and harmony with youthful energy and action. Tamashii® in green agate turns jealousy into the wisdom of self-realisation.

Mother-of-pearl is made from nearly white shells, meaning it can be associated with purity and knowledge.The sea also represents longevity in Buddhism, so this bracelet represents foresight and clarity of mind even at a more advanced age.Mother-of-pearl Tamashii protect against mental illness and anxiety.

In the East, lava is often attributed the power to find a better balance with our own inner energies.It helps to control emotions, live in a less impulsive way and to recover from shock, fear and mental blocks.It improves awareness and helps us to manage our patterns of behaviour and develop a stronger feeling of freedom.

Black lava stone is a volcanic stone. In the East, lava is often associated with the power to find a better balance with our own inner energies.This stone helps to control emotions, live in a less impulsive way and to recover from shock, fear and mental blocks.Tamashii® necklace in black lava improves awareness and helps us to manage our patterns of behaviour and develop a stronger feeling of freedom.

Tiger’s eye is among the most widely used and appreciated natural stones. According to ancient tradition, it is the stone of empowerment. That is, it has the power to connect us to our inner strength, keeping us balanced and focused. Thanks to its greater focus, it helps to find self-confidence, decision-making power and a fighting spirit.

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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.

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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.  

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Yellow is one of five fundamental colors in Buddhism, represented from Buddha Ratnasambhava such a promoter of changing, where pride turns to wisdom. Saffron yellow is the color of monks and means take distance to social superstructures and so the spiritual ascension. ​This Tamashii favours self awereness and helps to find the real meaning of the life.

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.

This is the closest tone to red fire color, synonym of bravery, vigour and energy. Just a high priest can wear this color because it need an elevate control otherwise it could become dangerous. This Tamashii helps to go beyond the difficult and insurmountable obstacles, giving force and courage.