Tamashii Tibet

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,"

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Bamboo leaf is another variant of fossil wood. This material, as well as having origins more "close" to the oriental world, is characterized by a intense color with a dominant shade of orange. The meaning is the same as the fossil wood.

This shade of red gives a profound positive energy and infuses protection and safety. Red passion agate connects with the fire element and also used to stimulate vitality that lies within each one of us. This Tamashi helps the wearer to seek inner knowledge with courage and passion.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

This is the closest tone to red fire color, synonym of bravery, vigour and energy. Just a high priest can wear this color because it need an elevate control otherwise it could become dangerous. This Tamashii helps to go beyond the difficult and insurmountable obstacles, giving force and courage.

Jasper is a semiprecious stone. The typical cream color and black spots (hence the name Dalmata) make it the symbol of redemption. It is used to help people overcome their feelings of guilt and gain greater self-confidence and esteem. It helps to achieve righteousness and honesty with positivity and to live with greater vital momentum.

Agate is a natural stone with lots colorations. In this case, the green represents nature, the trees and plants. It identifies qualities as poise and harmony, youth energy and action. Tamashii in green agate turns jealousy into realization of yourself.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

Purple natural stone, the amethyst is called also humility stone often utilized in the buddhist practices to help during changing and inner growing phases.The Tamashii in amethyst calms the pride changing it in reflection and introspection.

Black natural stone of iron origin, it can be red if made in dust. This metamorphosis gives to this stone mysterious characteristics relationed to blood. In ancient traditions it was used to front fear and win dead. Tamashii in Hematite gives courage and protection during the phisical and mind battles.

Blue is the more important color in Buddhism, more than Gold. It represents the ascension, wisdom, true, devotion, faith, purity, castity, peace, the spiritual and intellectual way. Blue Tamashii is traditionally used to identify what is pure and rare. It calms rage turning it into wisdom.

Black stone par excellence, the Onyx is utilized from combatants monks to instill courage and self-esteem. Black color for the Buddhism represents also the humans primordial darkness, hate and violence. Tamashii in black Onyx makes positive these forces, turning bad into well and hatred into compassion.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

Black stone par excellence, the Onyx is utilized from combatants monks to instill courage and self-esteem. Black color for the Buddhism represents also the humans primordial darkness, hate and violence. Tamashii in black Onyx makes positive these forces, turning bad into well and hatred into compassion.

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The cracked effect is a main and naturalcharacteristic of all agate stones that show uniform veining and stain. It remember the Craquetè effect. The meaning of the green agata is the same of the green stones.

Agate in nature is present in different colorations. The blue can be more or less intense, giving origin to many tonalities from deep blue (ocean) to the light blue (sky). Light blue for the tibetan culture is the most important color because it represents purity, wisdom and peace. In the blue sky variant is even more stronger the purity concept.

Tiger's eye is among the most used and appreciated natural stones. According to the most ancient tradition, it is the stone of self-affirmation, that is, it has the power to relate to one's personal power, keeping us balanced and focused. Thanks to its greater centering, it helps to find self-confidence, firmness, decision-making power and combativeness.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

This agate represents the color of ocean water and the blue of sky, very important for the Tibetan culture and it means purity, wisdom and peace. This particular shade of blue gives to this Tamashii an even more divine and elevated aspect. This Tamashii identifies the sacred.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.

Tiger's eye is among the most used and appreciated natural stones. According to the most ancient tradition, it is the stone of self-affirmation, that is, it has the power to relate to one's personal power, keeping us balanced and focused. Thanks to its greater centering, it helps to find self-confidence, firmness, decision-making power and combativeness.

Lamaism is divided into different schools in Tibet.Among the more characteristics and old is that of the rNin ma pa, "the ancients", the second school. Their monks wear different hats, each of which identifies the hierarchical and spiritual role within the same school.The DVAGS ZVA hat was worn by Gampopa, one of the main guru of the Kagyu tibetan buddhist school that, according to the legend, took shape from a pair of shoes given to him  from Mi la ras pa (Milarepa), to which he was strongly devoted.