Red Stone Engraved Tibetan Buddhist Symbol Vajra Adjustable Sterling Silver Ring
Red Stone Engraved Tibetan Buddhist Symbols Adjustable Sterling Silver Ring
Keywords: Tibetan Buddhism Prayer Ring, Meditation Jewelry, Nepal, Boho
This Red Stone Buddhist Symbol Adjustable Sterling Silver Ring has a beautiful deep Engraved Tibetan Prayers (唵（ong）、嘛（ma）、呢（ni）、叭（bei）、咪（mei）、吽（hong）), and the centered Embossed Prayer Symbol with a shiny Red Stone make it stand out even more.
The vintage style Tibetan ring helps to relieve anxiety and brings peacefulness, objectivity and self acceptance.
Size: (This is not a wedding ring, so you can wear on any finger which fits and looks good)
- Band width: approx. 1/4 inch (0.7 cm)
- Diameter 18.2mm, circumference 2-1/4 inches (57mm), about US size 8 (Slightly Adjustable)
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Sterling Silver 925
The Powerful Six Symbols in Tibetan Buddhism are: 唵（ong）、嘛（ma）、呢（ni）、叭（bei）、咪（mei）、吽（hong）. They are considered the key of Tibetan Buddhism and appear in everything related.
Vajra, in Sanskrit, has both the meanings of “thunderbolt” and “diamond.” Like the thunderbolt, the vajra cleaves through ignorance. The thunderbolt was originally the symbol of the Hindu rain god Indra (who became the Buddhist Śakra) and was employed by the 8th-century Tantric (esoteric) master Padmasambhava to conquer the non-Buddhist deities of Tibet.
----- Buddhist prayers
Buddhism prayer is a spiritual dialogue that help you center yourself mentally and emotionally. As you begin to pray, visualize the beings you mention as happy and peaceful. Envision your thoughts of loving-kindness reaching them, touching them, embracing them and making them well, happy, and peaceful.
Buddhist prayer is not meant as an offering to Buddha. Rather, it is a way to deepen your own spirituality. You can make up your own specific prayers, and think about your own ways to pray, as there is no wrong way to practice.