Pendant, Tibetan Buddhist prayer mill.
Turning mill thanks to a ball bearing system developed in Germany and opening to contain mantras and sacred texts.
Mantra "om mani padme hum" engraved on the mill.
Arizona Turquoise "sleeping beauty"
Agate called "nan hong" (southern red) of Yunnan province. This unusual agate holds its color due to its natural content of cinnabar.
No treatment is done on our stones
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Pendant size: 38mm by 17mm
Weight of 37 grams.
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A prayer mill (mani chuskor or mani korlo in Tibetan) is a religious object used by Tibetans practicing Buddhism.
The traditional prayer mill consists of a cylinder filled with mantras and able to rotate freely around an axis. According to the beliefs associated with this object, operating such a mill has the same spiritual value as reciting the prayer of the mantra, the prayer being supposed to spread thus in the air as if it were pronounced.
The mills often arranged in long series are set in motion one after the other by the faithful who passes in front of them. The faithful moves the mills with his right hand. And the mill must be turned clockwise, so that the mantra is read in the direction it was written.
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