Tamashii Ring PAN ZVA Lapis Lazuli RHS903-43 € 75.00 In Tibet, Lamaism is divided into several schools. Among the most distinctive and ancient is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients," the second school. Their monks wear different headdresses, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school. The PAN ZVA headdress is worn by the Pandita abbots, "the scholars." Since the dawn of civilization, Lapis lazuli has been one of the most well-known and celebrated gemstones. It was often used during rituals performed by Mesopotamian peoples, believed to be the abode where the purest essence of the divine resided. Wearing the Lapis lazuli stone contributes to a person's integrity and honesty by helping him or her remain consistent with choices made in the past.