Tibetan Dzi Bead - pronounced “zee”, Dzi beads are highly revered and prized in Tibetan, Buddhist and even Hindu culture as amulets and talismans to protect and bring good fortune. Considered sacred relics for thousands of years, the designs are believed to be of divine origin and as such, contain great power.
To Tibetans the Treasure Vase or Nectar Bottle, is revered as the most precious gift of life. The Treasure Vase you find on any Tibetan altar is filled with gems, sutras, herbs and many other sacred objects.
The Nectar Bottle assists in bringing in the good things in life, to Tibetans this is called "milk & honey". In the Tibetan culture, milk & honey is precious, rare and highly treasured. This bead is said to bring in these things to your life.
Once you have connected with this Sacred Object, you will find the Dzi assisting you with opening doors, making your path easy and generally "feasting" on life.
Traditionally worn as either a necklace or bracelet, when you have connected with yours, the energy feels as strong as almost any crystal that we have worked with. You will find it becomes so much more than just a “charm” it will become a part of your life, connected to you and you to it. Many Dzi beads stay in families for generations.
The process of hand making Dzi beads has been kept a secret in Tibet for untold centuries. Only the highest grade materials are used, which include over a dozen types of Tibetan minerals and crystals.
You will receive the exact piece shown in the photos which measures just over 2" and is drilled lengthwise.