The amulet of the soul of Tibetan monks In Tibet, jewels have strong symbolic value and they transmit ancient cultural and religious values.
According to Buddhist traditions, gems and jewels are metaphors for the ideals of this faith and they express mysterious spiritual conditions and hidden inner attributes.
Tamashii is a jewel made from natural stones, used by the Tibetan monks as part of their religious practices and as a talisman.
Tamashii in fact means “soul” and the word comes from tama, or “jewel” and therefore a “jewel of the soul”.
The wearer pursues an ideal of peace and love for themselves and the world, and this bracelet offers protection for their soul, helping it to grow, find its role and a meaning in life.
This bracelet was made in Tibet and is blessed by Buddhist monks.
“Om Mani Padme Hum - ॐ मणि पद्मे हूँ,"