Antiquated Tibetan 5 Eye Dzi Bead

Antiquated Tibetan 5 Eye Dzi Bead
Antiquated Tibetan 5 Eye Dzi Bead
SKU: SKU1800 (Out Of Stock)
Weight : 15.00g ( 0.03 lbs)
Dim: 0.5x0.5x1.125 in (1.3x1.3x2.9 cm)
Material: Crystal

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You will be encountered by many good-willed people, with a long, wealthy life ahead of you.

Five Eyed Tibetan Dzi beads are a representation of the blessings from the five Wealth Gods, who are believed to provide the beholder will prosperity and affluence. It's said this Dzi will help you to encounter many good-willed people, with a long, wealthy life ahead of you. These agate dzi beads are treated to give an aged and antiquated finish.

This bead has a hole going through it from one end to the other. You can tie this bead as a bracelet or make it into a pendant and worn as a necklace. You can also simply keep it in your purse or bag as it is.

Dzi beads (pronounced “ji”, meaning “brightness”) are gemstone charms that are highly worshipped in Tibet and the Himalaya mountain range. Tibetan culture highly reveres the Dzi beads and treats them as mystical charms. It is known as the “Heavenly Stone” by Tibetans, because of the legendary story of how the demi-gods discarded the Dzi Beads once they were scratched in the slightest way. There are many other legends and tales surrounding the powers of the Dzi beads lucky charms, which originate from Tibetan folklore.

These supernatural Tibetan charms boast beautifully engraved patterns and colors. The stones are of a dark hue, and are often “agate” beads, stones which are found deep in the Himalayas. There are many different patterns which can be found on various Dzi beads; circles, squares and waves are quite common. Those that possess rarer patterns are further steeped in mythical belief, such as the Dzi bead which depicts an outline of the five bats or tortoise shell. Dzi beads are also imprinted with many “eyes”, to detect malicious intentions and repress them – there are many different numbers of eyes which can be seen on a Dzi bead, and each represent different meanings.  

There are many mythical beliefs behind the powers of the these good luck beads; these come from Tibet itself, which has always been a land of mystics and holy powers. The lucky charm beads can create an abundance of benefits, among which are prosperity, good fortune, health and longevity. When the beholder wears the Dzi beads, they will adorn an “invisible cloak”, protecting them against evil forces, negative energy and supernatural spirits. Sickness and untimely deaths are also avoided by the presence of this Tibetan charm – this is because they improve the immunity of the beholder by balancing out the body’s yin, yang and five elements. In addition to this, the beholder will feel a greater sense of mind control, replacing the anger in their lives with a sense of calm and serenity.

Despite the fact that the Dzi beads belong to Tibetan origins, they can be worn by anyone to encourage a good aura and better karma. Because the beads represent a mythical meaning as opposed to a religious one, race or religion of the wearer is of no concern.

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