A special bracelet made up of a Goddess of Mercy Dzi and round Rose Quartz beads strung on a tough elastic cording. The Goddess of Mercy or Kuan Yin is an extremely popular Goddess among Buddhist followers in Mahayana Buddhism as the ultimate symbol of mercy and passion. Her kindred heart and compassionate character had touched the hearts of many Buddhist followers with her continual efforts to help and guide all sentients in attaining better karma and merits in life. This Goddess of Mercy Dzi will help its wearer to overcome all kinds of obstacles and problems: illnesses, relationship problems, family problems, career problems, difficulty bearing a child, children problems, death of loved ones, examination problems, and other types of misfortunes. It also promotes peace, harmony, and compassion.
Rose Quartz is the most desirable of all quartz and is associated with love, romance, and relationships. Widely known as the ‘Love Stone’, Rose Quartz is most favored for its ability in speeding up the process for those seeking true love, mending broken relationships, and jazzing up your existing romance life. Rose quartz is also reputed to help with the comprehension of love, restores the love of self as well as love for others, and heals old emotional wounds while developing self-appreciation and love.
This Goddess of Mercy Dzi with an 8mm Rose Quartz Bracelet will be cleansed of negative energy by using the singing bowl before shipment to empower it with positive Sheng Ch’i.
You can request to have this bracelet made smaller or bigger by contacting us after you have placed your order.
About Dzi Beads and its Power:
For thousands of years, Dzi (pronounced as “Ji”) beads have been deeply entrenched in Tibetan culture. The Dzi Beads, being Tibetan’s most precious living gemstone and charm are worshipped, revered, and passed down from generation after generation. Did you know that in Tibet, the ancient pure Dzi beads can be used for mortgage purposes in banks! As with all things ancient and mystical, there is plenty of folklore associated with Dzi beads. One legend has it that demi-gods threw away their Dzi beads when they became ever so slightly blemished, which explains why the Dzi bead is also regarded as the “Heavenly Stone” by the Tibetans.
Tibet, being the former home of the Dalai Lama, has always been associated with the mystical and the holy. There is no denying that the beads’ very origins certainly lend it a metaphysical air. It is believed that the Dzi Bead has the ability to protect its wearer from supernatural “bad” forces. Many believers claim that donning a Dzi bead is akin to having an invisible cloak protect you from the intangible negative elements and energies. Evil spirits, sickness, misfortunes, and sudden death are kept at bay with the presence of a powerful Dzi bead. Dzi can also balance the body of the wearer’s yin yang and five elements, hence improves the body’s immunity system and promotes overall health. Other reasons people wear Dzi beads include to usher in greater wealth, for spiritual enlightenment, and even just as an aid in enhancing a feeling of calm within oneself.
The mysterious Dzi beads are shiny stone beads that often feature a universally recognized pattern, usually that of ‘eyes’, circles, squares, or certain stripes and wave patterns. There are also some pieces that boast some rare patterns and are equally potent in their protective powers such as one that has the silhouette of the Goddess of Mercy Kwan Yin outlined on the bead. The different patterns found on the surface of the Dzi beads all serve a different purpose. One-eyed Dzi beads are generally meant to promote brilliance and growth in wisdom while a 13-eyed Dzi will promote tranquility and serenity. For the savvy businessman, the three-eyed Dzi will certainly serve you well as it is said to help in bringing prosperity and wealth. The most favored bead is usually the nine-eyed one, as it is said to have the powers to bring about compassion, power, and glory.
The Dzi bead can be worn by everyone regardless of race, religion, gender, and age because these beads are not meant to be religious. Its main purpose is to promote the good aura of a person.
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