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Antique Buddhist Prayer Beads - Wooden Japanese
 
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Description Beautiful string of antique Buddhist mala prayer beads or shozoiki jyu-zu as they are called in Japanese. Prayer beads were first introduced into Japan along with Buddhism during the 6th century. The 1848 woodblock print image included below depicts the famous kabuki actor Okawa Hashizo as the priest Saigyo standing before Mt. Fuji with a string of prayer beads in his left hand. Japanese prayer beads are used to count devotions and are always carried by Buddhist priests and frequently by lay Buddhists at weddings, funerals and other ceremonial occasions. Japanese tea houses may also sometimes have a string of prayer beads hanging from the wall as a sign of reverence. Many Japanese prayer beads are sanctified by being blessed by a priest over a cloud of incense. About the Listed Item This very long antique strand of Buddhist prayer beads dates from the mid Japanese Showa period (1926-1989) and includes 112 beads total; including one large "guru" bead with an attached tassel. The darker beads are all made of wood however the three white-colored markers beads may be shell or stone. The entire piece is in good condition though there are a few beads which are chipped and all of the beads wear a darkened patina of age. The tassel which is connected to the guru bead is also somewhat frayed and worn. Please read below to learn more about the history and function of Buddhist prayer beads. Size: Length (approximate): 44 inches (114 centimeters) Weight: 3.8 ounces (109 grams) More about Buddhist Prayer Beads Buddhist prayer beads also known as mala are similar in form and function to worry beads associated with many religions. Mala are thought to have originated in India around 500 BC as a counting aid for religious pupils who were required to repeat their prayers a specific number of times but who were unable to count. Mala are used such that one prayer or mantra is recited for each bead. The counting starts with the guru bead (bead with tassel) which is thought to represent the Buddha and proceeds all the way around the string. When the guru bead is again encountered the counting may then continue in the opposite direction. The bead count is commonly interrupted in only two places (besides the guru bead) indicated by slightly smaller beads which are thought to represent mid-level Buddhas and humans on the verge of enlightenment. Mala, like worry beads the world over, are commonly carried by religious clergy and devoted believers. The beads are thought to help individuals seeking spiritual focus and are often cited as a source of comfort and peace by those who use them regularly. item code: R1S5-0003396 ship code: L1650
Views: 17277 Japan Antique Roadshow
Bean Bit for producing Islamic Tasbih Beads, Rosary Prayer Beads  or Buddhist Prayer Beads from Wood
 
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Bean Bit for producing Islamic, Rosary or Buddhist Prayer Wood Beads http://www.kaskus.co.id/post/52399037ffca176a2c000001#post52399037ffca176a2c000001 For more information : Tel : +6221-6394908, 6290433, 6251748, 6252460 Fax : +6221-6295023 SMS Only : +62816826258 Email : [email protected] ; [email protected]
Views: 17149 Akena Aneka
Vintage Buddhist Prayer Beads - Wooden Japanese Mala
 
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Description Beautiful string of vintage Buddhist mala prayer beads or shozoiki jyu-zu as they are called in Japanese. Prayer beads were first introduced into Japan along with Buddhism during the 6th century. The 1848 woodblock print image included below depicts the famous kabuki actor Okawa Hashizo as the priest Saigyo standing before Mt. Fuji with a string of prayer beads in his left hand. Japanese prayer beads are used to count devotions and are always carried by Buddhist priests and frequently by lay Buddhists at weddings, funerals and other ceremonial occasions. Japanese tea houses may also sometimes have a string of prayer beads hanging from the wall as a sign of reverence. Many Japanese prayer beads are sanctified by being blessed by a priest over a cloud of incense. About the Listed Item This antique strand of Buddhist prayer beads includes 19 beads total; including one large "guru" bead with the remains of an attached tassel. Nearly all of the cloth from the tassel is worn away. The beads are made of wood and the entire piece is in good condition though there are a few beads which are chipped and all of the beads wear a darkened patina of age. Please read below to learn more about the history and function of Buddhist prayer beads. Size: Length (approximate): 11.0 inches (28 centimeters) Weight: 0.9 ounces (25 grams) More about Buddhist Prayer Beads Buddhist prayer beads also known as mala are similar in form and function to worry beads associated with many religions. Mala are thought to have originated in India around 500 BC as a counting aid for religious pupils who were required to repeat their prayers a specific number of times but who were unable to count. Mala are used such that one prayer or mantra is recited for each bead. The counting starts with the guru bead (bead with tassel) which is thought to represent the Buddha and proceeds all the way around the string. When the guru bead is again encountered the counting may then continue in the opposite direction. The bead count is commonly interrupted in only two places (besides the guru bead) indicated by slightly smaller beads which are thought to represent mid-level Buddhas and humans on the verge of enlightenment. Mala, like worry beads the world over, are commonly carried by religious clergy and devoted believers. The beads are thought to help individuals seeking spiritual focus and are often cited as a source of comfort and peace by those who use them regularly. item code: R2S3-0003172 ship code: L1650
What does it mean to wear Buddha beads?(GDD-51 Master Sheng Yen)
 
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Wearing Buddha beads reminds one to pay attention to one's daily actions. Reciting the Buddha's name signifies eliminating one's vexation. One can recite as many times as one wishes but the important thing is to focus while one is reciting.
Views: 116108 Master Sheng Yen
How to Use Mala Beads for Meditation
 
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This is a quick demonstration on how to use wrist mala beads. Including a description of the beads and how to Not step over the Guru Bead. See more at SimpleLifePeace.com/http://simplelifepeace.com/how-to-use-mala-beads-for-meditation
Views: 60538 SimpleLifePeace
how to make wooden bead /buddha beads / Nenju making
 
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in this video , it is one type usual wooden bead /rosary bead machine/ round bead machine . easy control , processing bead smooth , high speed . leftover material also can be used . can be used for sandalwood bead , rosewood bead , ebony wood bead ,boxwood bead ,thuja orientalis bead etc. more details contact : [email protected] MP/WhatsApp/Viber/Tango : 008615263621668 Skype: cncmachinejack round wood bead machine sandalwood bead pray bead machine automatic round bead machine rosary bead machine 念珠機械
Views: 20443 Cheng Jack
how to make /India sandal wood  bead /buddha/pray beads/ round beads by cnc automatic making machine
 
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Contact: Jack Cheng Email : [email protected] MP/ WhhatsApp/ Viber : 008615263621668 Wechat: JACK98661 ; ICQ : 663 952 174 ;Skype: cncmachinejack
Views: 15993 Cheng Jack
Process of Making Wood Beads - Too Easy
 
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It is not difficult to make wood beads and wood bracelet. After watching this video you can do it by yourself.
Views: 4045 Mad Windy
How to use a Mala
 
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Learn the traditional way of using a mala for your meditation and spiritual practice as taught by the Himalayan Institute.
Views: 348927 HimalayanInstitute
Buddhist Prayer Beads (Juzu): Opening of the Eyes Ceremony
 
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Visit our Buddhist Temple http://templedc.org Learn about Buddhism, how to chant and become a Buddhist. For more about Buddhist prayer beads, http://nstmyosenji.org/traditions/buddhist-prayer-beads-juzu
SGI prayer beads (Juzu)
 
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The symbology behind the prayer beads (not had enough coffee and got the mother and father beads the wrong way round- oops. The mother bead is the one with 3 dangles, the father is the one with 2)
Views: 8176 Alison Wood
QingTian DIY - Chinese Accessories Buddhist Prayer Beads Bracelet 佛珠手链
 
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DIY Tutorial - Chinese Accessories Buddhist Prayer Beads Bracelet 佛珠手链 Material - Sandalwood 0.5 M Beads, Threads Tools - Needle I am making Accessories Step by step Super easy to make and can use it in daily Making Another Hair Accessories Tutorials https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3oBkjMgj10 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WA_en-0o9L0 making Agate Flowers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIRRdazJADE Other Accessories Tutorials, Please visit my Channel Follow Me GMail - [email protected] Etsy Shop - Dreamslovegifts Instagram - Sally.shi.5209 Facebook - Sally Shi https://www.facebook.com/sally.shi.5209 Pinterest - Sally Shi Twitter - @SallyShi5 I sell it at my Esty Shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/DreamsLoveGifts?ref=search_shop_redirect If you have question, leave comments below or send me the email I will reply when I see it. My New Gaming Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVwy1C-ig8wDs4Gd6pFcUyw
Views: 561 Qing Tian
How to make an adjustable Prayer Mala Knot
 
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This Pink Lotus video will show you how how to make an adjustable Prayer Mala knot for your mala. www.pinklotus.co.uk Video by Gary Collier and Manju Lama-Collier
Views: 102653 Pink Lotus
Powerful Collection Malas with Gemstones and Wood with Buddha Pendant for Meditation
 
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More information in: https://www.amazon.com/handmade/zayramo Website: https://www.zayramo.com Sígueme en Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/zayramo Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/zayramo/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/zayramo I handcraft natural gemstone therapy necklace to balance their body, spirit and mind. These malas are perfect for meditation, to wear as for protection and guidance, and for physical adornment - I call them "Modern Malas". Also provided a cotton bag to secure the gems' energy and quality - all together, a complete package for spiritual health and healing. To use, put on your mala, state your intention and start enjoying the healing properties during meditation. Steps to intent: 1. Ask yourself: What do I attract into my life? 2. Determine your goal and intention. 3. Dress the part as long as you think necessary. 4. Enjoy the results.
Views: 243 Zayra Mo
How to Make a Mala
 
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All supplies provided by Shakti Located at 194B Osborne Street in Winnipeg, Manitoba. www.shaktishine.ca www.facebook.com/shaktiwinnipeg
Views: 43516 Shakti Winnipeg
How to make a prayer bracelet
 
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Don't have time to do your May XOXkit? Can't seem to find the time to make the long Mala Necklace project? We have put together a quick 10 minute bracelet project which uses the same supplies form your 0901kit from XOXkit. Yay! Be sure to show us what you create by using #xoxkit
How to Make a Mala
 
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http://www.beadaholique.com/beads-pendants-charms/beads/gemstone-beads - In this video you will see how to make a Mala. There are many ways to customize a Mala and this video will show you a few ways you can do so with gemstone beads and aromatic wood beads. Designer: Kat Silvia You can find the supplies in this video at Beadaholique.com: Rose Quartz Gemstone Guru Beads, Round 11mm, 1 Set, Pink SKU: SPQR-201 http://www.beadaholique.com/rose-quartz-gemstone-guru-beads-round-17-5mm-1-set-pink.html SKU: SPAG-104 http://www.beadaholique.com/red-agate-dyed-gemstone-puff-coin-beads-14mm-15-5-inch-strand.html Aventurine Gemstone Beads, Round 10mm, 1 Strand, Green SKU: SPAV-102 http://www.beadaholique.com/aventurine-gemstone-beads-round-10mm-1-strand-green.html Jasper Gemstone Beads, Round 10mm, 1 Strand, Red and Black SKU: SPJA-101 http://www.beadaholique.com/jasper-gemstone-beads-round-10mm-1-strand-red-and-black.html Lapis Lazuli Gemstone Beads, Round 10mm, 1 Strand, Blue and Gold SKU: SPLL-100 http://www.beadaholique.com/lapis-lazuli-gemstone-beads-round-10mm-1-strand-blue-and-gold.html Rose Quartz Gemstone Beads, Round 10mm, 1 Strand, Pink SKU: SPQR-105 http://www.beadaholique.com/rose-quartz-gemstone-beads-round-10mm-1-strand-pink.html Amethyst Gemstone Beads, Round 10mm, 1 Strand, Purple SKU: SPAM-100 http://www.beadaholique.com/amethyst-gemstone-beads-round-10mm-1-strand-purple.html Eurotool Super New Glue - Heavy Duty Adhesive - 3 Gram Bottle SKU: XTL-1059 http://www.beadaholique.com/eurotool-super-new-glue-heavy-duty-adhesive-3-gram-bottle.html Beadsmith Bent Fine Point Tweezers For Bead And Pearl Knotting SKU: XTL-4001 http://www.beadaholique.com/beadsmith-bent-fine-point-tweezers-for-bead-and-pearl-knotting.html Beadsmith Beading Needles Medium Flexible Twisted (50!) SKU: XTL-3250 http://www.beadaholique.com/beadsmith-beading-needles-medium-flexible-twisted-50.html Lindstrom EX Series - Flush Cutter Pliers 5 Inches Long SKU: XTL-5520 http://www.beadaholique.com/lindstrom-ex-series-flush-cutter-pliers-5-inches-long.html Nylon Cord Pendant, Tassel with Gold Tone Open Jump Ring 30mm, 10 Pieces, White SKU: PTS-108 http://www.beadaholique.com/nylon-cord-pendant-tassel-with-gold-tone-open-jump-ring-30mm-10-pieces-white.html Lapis Lazuli Gemstone Beads, Round 10mm, 1 Strand, Blue and Gold SKU: SPLL-100 http://www.beadaholique.com/lapis-lazuli-gemstone-beads-round-10mm-1-strand-blue-and-gold.html Orange Aventurine Gemstone Beads, Round 8mm, 15 Inch Strand, Orange SKU: SPAV-08001 http://www.beadaholique.com/orange-aventurine-gemstone-beads-round-8mm-15-5-inch-strand-orange.html Smooth Aromatic Cedar Wood Guru Beads, Round 10mm, 2 Sets, Natural SKU: BWD-1009 http://www.beadaholique.com/smooth-aromatic-cedar-wood-guru-beads-round-10mm-2-sets-natural.html BeadSmith Super-Lon (S-Lon) Cord - Size 18 Twisted Nylon - Capri Blue / 77 Yard Spool SKU: XCR-4238 http://www.beadaholique.com/beadsmith-super-lon-cord-size-18-twisted-nylon-capri-blue-77-yard-spool.html Aromatic Cedar Wood Beads, Buddha Head 19mm, 1 Piece, Natural SKU: BWD-1014 http://www.beadaholique.com/aromatic-cedar-wood-beads-buddha-head-19mm-1-piece-natural.html Smooth Aromatic Cedar Wood Guru Beads, Round 12mm, 2 Sets, Natural SKU: BWD-1010 http://www.beadaholique.com/smooth-aromatic-cedar-wood-guru-beads-round-12mm-2-sets-natural.html Smooth Aromatic Cedar Wood Guru Beads, Round 15mm, 2 Sets, Natural SKU: BWD-1011 http://www.beadaholique.com/smooth-aromatic-cedar-wood-guru-beads-round-15mm-2-sets-natural.html Smooth Aromatic Cedar Wood Guru Beads, Round 18mm, 2 Sets, Natural SKU: BWD-1012 http://www.beadaholique.com/smooth-aromatic-cedar-wood-guru-beads-round-18mm-2-sets-natural.html Smooth Aromatic Cedar Wood Guru Beads, Round 20mm, 2 Sets, Natural SKU: BWD-1013 http://www.beadaholique.com/smooth-aromatic-cedar-wood-guru-beads-round-20mm-2-sets-natural.html Howlite Gemstone Guru Beads, Barrel 18mm, 1 Set, White and Black SKU: SPHO-50 http://www.beadaholique.com/howlite-gemstone-guru-beads-barrel-18mm-1-set-white-and-black.html Eurotool Super New Glue - Heavy Duty Adhesive - 3 Gram Bottle SKU: XTL-1059 http://www.beadaholique.com/eurotool-super-new-glue-heavy-duty-adhesive-3-gram-bottle.html
Views: 76246 Beadaholique
Buddhist Tibetan Prayer Wood Beads Wrist Bracelet By LeVon Designs Review
 
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Views: 886 Dim Reviews
Antique Buddhist Prayer Beads - Wooden Japanese Mala
 
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Description Beautiful string of antique Buddhist mala prayer beads or shozoiki jyu-zu as they are called in Japanese. Prayer beads were first introduced into Japan along with Buddhism during the 6th century. The 1848 woodblock print image included below depicts the famous kabuki actor Okawa Hashizo as the priest Saigyo standing before Mt. Fuji with a string of prayer beads in his left hand. Japanese prayer beads are used to count devotions and are always carried by Buddhist priests and frequently by lay Buddhists at weddings, funerals and other ceremonial occasions. Japanese tea houses may also sometimes have a string of prayer beads hanging from the wall as a sign of reverence. Many Japanese prayer beads are sanctified by being blessed by a priest over a cloud of incense. About the Listed Item This very long antique strand of Buddhist prayer beads dates from the early to mid Japanese Showa period (1926-1989) and includes 112 beads total; including one large "guru" bead with an attached tassel. The darker beads are all made of wood however the three white-colored markers beads may be shell or stone. The entire piece is in good condition though there are a few beads which are chipped and all of the beads wear a darkened patina of age. The tassel which is connected to the guru bead is also somewhat frayed and worn. Please read below to learn more about the history and function of Buddhist prayer beads. Size: Length (approximate): 44 inches (114 centimeters) Weight: 3.9 ounces (112 grams) More about Buddhist Prayer Beads Buddhist prayer beads also known as mala are similar in form and function to worry beads associated with many religions. Mala are thought to have originated in India around 500 BC as a counting aid for religious pupils who were required to repeat their prayers a specific number of times but who were unable to count. Mala are used such that one prayer or mantra is recited for each bead. The counting starts with the guru bead (bead with tassel) which is thought to represent the Buddha and proceeds all the way around the string. When the guru bead is again encountered the counting may then continue in the opposite direction. The bead count is commonly interrupted in only two places (besides the guru bead) indicated by slightly smaller beads which are thought to represent mid-level Buddhas and humans on the verge of enlightenment. Mala, like worry beads the world over, are commonly carried by religious clergy and devoted believers. The beads are thought to help individuals seeking spiritual focus and are often cited as a source of comfort and peace by those who use them regularly. item code: R1S3-0003168 ship code: L1650
Mala Buddhist Prayer Beads Blessed by Monk
 
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Thai Mala Beads (Buddhist Prayer Necklace or Bracelet) Blessed by a Monk for Protection, Inner Peace, Safe Travels and good luck. Available at http://www.sakyantchiangmai.com/mala-buddhist-prayer-beads/
Views: 1600 Sak Yant Chiang Mai
How to use Mala Beads: 6 Steps
 
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This animated video explains the 6 simple steps to using mala beads for mantra meditation. See our complete list of mala bead mantras at: https://japamalabeads.com/mantras/ You can buy mala beads from our web shop: https://japamalabeads.com/
Views: 8819 Japa Mala Beads
How to Use a Mala for Meditation - the Right (& Wrong) Way! *new*
 
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Visit http://omshivaloka.com Learn the ancient secret & correct use of mala beads (prayer beads) in meditation so they can heal, guide and protect you. For more info & to find blessed & activated power meditation malas, visit http://omshivaloka.com Filmed at the beautiful Chedi Club Tanah Gajah Resort in Ubud, Bali. http://www.ghmhotels.com/en/tanah-gajah/
Views: 117060 SHIVALOKA TV
How to Wear a Mala Bracelet: 6 Tips
 
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This animated video gives 6 great tips on how to wear Mala Bracelets. See more info on how to use mala beads at: https://japamalabeads.com/how-to-use-a-mala You can buy mala bead bracelets from our web shop at: https://japamalabeads.com/shop/wrist-malas
Views: 7723 Japa Mala Beads
Malas: How to use Tibetan Prayer Beads
 
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Go to: http://www.yowangdu.com/tibetan-buddhism/malas.html for a full article on how to use malas. Lobsang Wangdu discusses how Tibetans use malas (trengwa in Tibetan). You can also find posts on Tibetan food, Tibet travel and Tibetan Buddhism at the site: http://www.yowangdu.com.
Buddhist prayer bead making machine
 
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Wood bead making machine has semi-automatic and automatic type. It can process different kinds of wood into 5-120mm wood bead. Used for wooden bead door screen,cushion bead,bracelets.,Buddha beads and so on. It can reach punching, forming and cutting at once time. All the shape and size is same. Glossiness is good. "CNC Automatic Wood Buddha Bead making machine" includes power, tail stock, knife sets, body and CNC systems. The main characteristic of wood products for the processing industry, combined with operating practices, the use of a full English operation, easy to use, can be processed cylinder, cone, curved, spherical and other complex shapes swirling body wooden parts, may at any time flexible setting, rapidly changing working style, suitable for high precision machining of complex shape and wood products, it is the ideal processing equipment for wood industry. For more information Pls. kindly refers to: www.goodwoodworkingtools.com Mail: [email protected] Tel: +86 21 66037855 Mobile: +86 18019763531
18mm Sandal Wood Big Beads Handmade Wrist Tibet Buddhism Prayer Bracelet
 
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Views: 1318 Sarah Kratzer
108 Bead Knotted Mala Necklace
 
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Through our trunk show program we received a lot of requests for three 16 inch strands of the same gemstone round beads. After questioning our customers, we discovered that there was a growing interest in mala necklaces and this compelled us to design an exclusive line of mala strands. We started this line with a small batch of 8mm gemstone round beads and have expanded it to include 15+ popular gemstones, most available in two sizes, either 6 or 8 millimeters, and in matte or smooth finishes specifically for making mala necklaces. Our strands feature 115 beads so that you have plenty to make a traditional 108 bead mala, and a few extras to make a bracelet or earrings that match! This is a product we are super excited to develop and bring to our customers and they have been a huge hit so far. The traditional mala was first created in India around 3,000 years ago and has roots in Hinduism and Buddhism. Malas are strung beads that are typically used in meditation. Similar to a Rosary, they are used as a tool to help keep count of mantras, and act as a guide to keep the user centered and focused in their meditation practice. We found in our research that many religions use beaded jewelry during prayer and for ceremonial purposes, making it a very symbolic and meaningful accessory. These necklaces have recently had a resurgence in fashion along with the long necklace trend. Some people simply accessorize with them, but others still use them for prayer or worry beads. They can be used as part of a yoga practice and if made with gemstones they can even have balancing and healing qualities. We are also excited to add to our line a complete supply kit with everything you need to make your own gorgeous mala. We spent time during our recent visit to China designing multicolored nylon tassels to match our mala gemstone strands, and hunting for the perfect gemstone guru beads! Not into malas? No biggie. You can still purchase these strands to make all sorts of creations. They are a great way to get an extra long strand of your favorite gemstone round beads... And we believe there can never be too many beads!
Views: 3730 Cherry Tree Beads
wood buddha prayer beads machine
 
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wooden buddha prayer bead making machine automatic finish , easy control , high speed [email protected] mp/wechat/whatsapp:008615263621668
Views: 655 Cheng Jack
prayer beads... as weapons?
 
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Views: 10209 Quentin
Mala Beads: Should You Wear Them? Mala Q&A with Saraswati
 
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Mala Beads: Should You Wear Them? Mala Q&A with Saraswati Saraswati is answering your questions about mala beads in this free video series! This video addresses whether or not you should wear your mala. Saraswati is a mala artist and jewelry designer. You can find her work at www.jewelsofsaraswati.com. Browse the ready made items or have a custom mala created just for you and your Yoga practice! Love malas and want to learn more? Sign up for The Mala Workshop online: https://www.udemy.com/themalaworkshop Inspire more focus, clarity and joy in your meditation practice with a personalized japa mala unlike any other. Learn more here: http://www.jewelsofsaraswati.com/content/custom Saraswati will choose gemstones and materials intuitively for your life's goals and intentions and help you harness the power of crystals to bring your practice even deeper than you ever imagined. Other videos you may enjoy: Free Root Chakra Guided Meditation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0Z9jMnHHKA How Many Malas Do You Need for Your Practice?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bG30OdVCV3U Connect with Saraswati: http://www.jewelsofsaraswati.com http://www.facebook.com/jewelsofsaraswati http://www.twitter.com/saraswatijewels http://www.pinterest.com/jewelssaraswati
Views: 33562 JewelsOfSaraswati
Buddhist Mantras for Mala Beads: Top 4 Chants
 
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This animated short video shows the Top 4 Buddhist Sanskrit Mantras with Sanskrit text and translations. See our complete list of mala bead mantras at: https://japamalabeads.com/mantras/ Don't know how to choose a mantra? Check out: https://japamalabeads.com/how-to-choose-a-mantra/
Views: 7361 Japa Mala Beads
How to Make a Meditation Bracelet with Aromatic Wood Beads and a Gemstone Guru Bead
 
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http://www.beadaholique.com/beads-pendants-charms/beads/wood-beads - In this video you will learn how to make a mediation bracelet using aromatic cedar wood beads and a green aventurine guru bead. This simple project can be easily modified to suit your favorite gemstones and personal style. Designer: Kat Silvia You can find the supplies in this video at Beadaholique.com: Tiger Eye Gemstone Guru Beads, Round 11mm, 1 Set, Brown SKU: SPTI-92 http://www.beadaholique.com/tiger-eye-gemstone-guru-beads-round-17-5mm-1-set-brown.html Smooth Aromatic Cedar Wood Beads, Round 8mm, 25 Pieces, Natural SKU: BWD-1001 http://www.beadaholique.com/smooth-aromatic-cedar-wood-beads-round-8mm-25-pieces-natural.html Lovely Knots - Asian Knotting Cord 1mm Thick - Olive Green (50 Yards On Bobbin) SKU: XCR-0407 http://www.beadaholique.com/lovely-knots-asian-knotting-cord-1mm-thick-olive-green-50-yards-on-bobbin.html Beadsmith Beading Needles Medium Flexible Twisted (50!) SKU: XTL-3250 http://www.beadaholique.com/beadsmith-beading-needles-medium-flexible-twisted-50.html Beadsmith Bent Fine Point Tweezers For Bead And Pearl Knotting SKU: XTL-4001 http://www.beadaholique.com/beadsmith-bent-fine-point-tweezers-for-bead-and-pearl-knotting.html Amethyst Gemstone Beads, Round 10mm, 1 Strand, Purple SKU: SPAM-100 http://www.beadaholique.com/amethyst-gemstone-beads-round-10mm-1-strand-purple.html Aventurine Gemstone Guru Beads, Round 11mm, 1 Set, Green SKU: SPAV-001 http://www.beadaholique.com/aventurine-gemstone-guru-beads-round-17-5mm-1-set-green.html Smooth Aromatic Cedar Wood Beads, Round 10mm, 20 Pieces, Natural SKU: BWD-1002 http://www.beadaholique.com/smooth-aromatic-cedar-wood-beads-round-10mm-20-pieces-natural.html Lovely Knots - Asian Knotting Cord 1mm Thick - White (50 Yards On Bobbin) SKU: XCR-0401 http://www.beadaholique.com/lovely-knots-asian-knotting-cord-1mm-thick-white-50-yards-on-bobbin.html TierraCast 22K Gold Plated Pewter Nugget Heishe Spacer Beads 6mm (10) SKU: BMB-3609 http://www.beadaholique.com/tierracast-22k-gold-plated-pewter-nugget-heishe-spacer-beads-6mm-10.html Lindstrom EX Series - Flush Cutter Pliers 5 Inches Long SKU: XTL-5520 http://www.beadaholique.com/lindstrom-ex-series-flush-cutter-pliers-5-inches-long.html Lindstrom EX Series - Chain Nose Jewelry Pliers 5.75 Inches Long SKU: XTL-5519 http://www.beadaholique.com/lindstrom-ex-series-chain-nose-jewelry-pliers-5-75-inches-long.html Jasper Gemstone Guru Beads, Round 11mm, 1 Set, Red SKU: SPJA-001 http://www.beadaholique.com/jasper-gemstone-guru-beads-round-17-5mm-1-set-red.html Rose Quartz Gemstone Guru Beads, Round 11mm, 1 Set, Pink SKU: SPQR-201 http://www.beadaholique.com/rose-quartz-gemstone-guru-beads-round-17-5mm-1-set-pink.html SKU: SPAG-104 http://www.beadaholique.com/red-agate-dyed-gemstone-puff-coin-beads-14mm-15-5-inch-strand.html Aventurine Gemstone Beads, Round 10mm, 1 Strand, Green SKU: SPAV-102 http://www.beadaholique.com/aventurine-gemstone-beads-round-10mm-1-strand-green.html Jasper Gemstone Beads, Round 10mm, 1 Strand, Red and Black SKU: SPJA-101 http://www.beadaholique.com/jasper-gemstone-beads-round-10mm-1-strand-red-and-black.html Lapis Lazuli Gemstone Beads, Round 10mm, 1 Strand, Blue and Gold SKU: SPLL-100 http://www.beadaholique.com/lapis-lazuli-gemstone-beads-round-10mm-1-strand-blue-and-gold.html Rose Quartz Gemstone Beads, Round 10mm, 1 Strand, Pink SKU: SPQR-105 http://www.beadaholique.com/rose-quartz-gemstone-beads-round-10mm-1-strand-pink.html Smooth Aromatic Cedar Wood Guru Beads, Round 6mm, 2 Sets, Natural SKU: BWD-1007 http://www.beadaholique.com/smooth-aromatic-cedar-wood-guru-beads-round-6mm-2-sets-natural.html Smooth Aromatic Cedar Wood Guru Beads, Round 8mm, 2 Sets, Natural SKU: BWD-1008 http://www.beadaholique.com/smooth-aromatic-cedar-wood-guru-beads-round-8mm-2-sets-natural.html Smooth Aromatic Cedar Wood Guru Beads, Round 10mm, 2 Sets, Natural SKU: BWD-1009 http://www.beadaholique.com/smooth-aromatic-cedar-wood-guru-beads-round-10mm-2-sets-natural.html Smooth Aromatic Cedar Wood Beads, Round 6mm, 34 Pieces, Natural SKU: BWD-1000 http://www.beadaholique.com/smooth-aromatic-cedar-wood-beads-round-6mm-34-pieces-natural.html Smooth Aromatic Cedar Wood Beads, Round 12mm, 17 Pieces, Natural SKU: BWD-1003 http://www.beadaholique.com/smooth-aromatic-cedar-wood-beads-round-12mm-17-pieces-natural.html
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Vintage Buddhist Prayer Beads - Buddhism Japanese Mala
 
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Description Beautiful string of vintage Buddhist mala prayer beads or shozoiki jyu-zu as they are called in Japanese. Prayer beads were first introduced into Japan along with Buddhism during the 6th century. The 1848 woodblock print image included below depicts the famous kabuki actor Okawa Hashizo as the priest Saigyo standing before Mt. Fuji with a string of prayer beads in his left hand. Japanese prayer beads are used to count devotions and are always carried by Buddhist priests and frequently by lay Buddhists at weddings, funerals and other ceremonial occasions. Japanese tea houses may also sometimes have a string of prayer beads hanging from the wall as a sign of reverence. Many Japanese prayer beads are sanctified by being blessed by a priest over a cloud of incense. About the Listed Item This vintage strand of Buddhist prayer beads is less than 20 years old and includes one large clear"guru" bead with an attached tassel and five clear marker beads. The beads are made of resin and the entire piece is in good condition with some marks and scratches. Please read below to learn more about the history and function of Buddhist prayer beads. Size: Length (approximate): 29.6 inches (76 centimeters) Weight: 1.2 ounces (35 grams) More about Buddhist Prayer Beads Buddhist prayer beads also known as mala are similar in form and function to worry beads associated with many religions. Mala are thought to have originated in India around 500 BC as a counting aid for religious pupils who were required to repeat their prayers a specific number of times but who were unable to count. Mala are used such that one prayer or mantra is recited for each bead. The counting starts with the guru bead (bead with tassel) which is thought to represent the Buddha and proceeds all the way around the string. When the guru bead is again encountered the counting may then continue in the opposite direction. The bead count is commonly interrupted in only two places (besides the guru bead) indicated by slightly smaller beads which are thought to represent mid-level Buddhas and humans on the verge of enlightenment. Mala, like worry beads the world over, are commonly carried by religious clergy and devoted believers. The beads are thought to help individuals seeking spiritual focus and are often cited as a source of comfort and peace by those who use them regularly. item code: R3S2-0005675 ship code: L1650
Buddhist Prayer Beads
 
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http://www.allprayerrequests.com/ Get a FREE Hand Mala bracelet made by the Blind Buddhist (Buddhist Prayer Beads) with every online prayer request donation at http://www.allprayerrequests.com/ . Watch Donald the Blind Buddhist string a 108 bead Mala by touch alone. Please volunteer at your local blind center and make a difference in a blind persons life today!
Views: 161 BlindBuddhist
☸ My Homemade Mala Prayer Beads ☸
 
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Created on 4/13/12 I used 102 10mm wooden beads, 5 rondelle Chrysocolla beads, 1 Rhodonite medallion bead, silk thread, copper wire, copper mission leaf pendant, and two polyester black tassels.
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Vintage Buddhist Prayer Beads - Buddhism Japanese Mala
 
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Description Beautiful string of vintage Buddhist mala prayer beads or shozoiki jyu-zu as they are called in Japanese. Prayer beads were first introduced into Japan along with Buddhism during the 6th century. The 1848 woodblock print image included below depicts the famous kabuki actor Okawa Hashizo as the priest Saigyo standing before Mt. Fuji with a string of prayer beads in his left hand. Japanese prayer beads are used to count devotions and are always carried by Buddhist priests and frequently by lay Buddhists at weddings, funerals and other ceremonial occasions. Japanese tea houses may also sometimes have a string of prayer beads hanging from the wall as a sign of reverence. Many Japanese prayer beads are sanctified by being blessed by a priest over a cloud of incense. About the Listed Item This vintage double strand of Buddhist prayer beads is less than 40 years old. The beads are made of wood though the guru and marker beads are clear resin and the entire piece is in good condition with some marks and scratches. Please read below to learn more about the history and function of Buddhist prayer beads. Size: Length of each loop (approximate): 21.1 inches (54 centimeters) Weight: 2.3 ounces (67 grams) More about Buddhist Prayer Beads Buddhist prayer beads also known as mala are similar in form and function to worry beads associated with many religions. Mala are thought to have originated in India around 500 BC as a counting aid for religious pupils who were required to repeat their prayers a specific number of times but who were unable to count. Mala are used such that one prayer or mantra is recited for each bead. The counting starts with the guru bead (bead with tassel) which is thought to represent the Buddha and proceeds all the way around the string. When the guru bead is again encountered the counting may then continue in the opposite direction. The bead count is commonly interrupted in only two places (besides the guru bead) indicated by slightly smaller beads which are thought to represent mid-level Buddhas and humans on the verge of enlightenment. Mala, like worry beads the world over, are commonly carried by religious clergy and devoted believers. The beads are thought to help individuals seeking spiritual focus and are often cited as a source of comfort and peace by those who use them regularly. item code: R3S2-0004427 ship code: L1650
Stress Reduction Aquamarine and Wood 108 Mala 8mm Beads Necklace with Buddha Pendant for Meditation
 
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Vintage Buddhist Prayer Beads - Buddhism Japanese Mala
 
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Description Beautiful string of vintage Buddhist mala prayer beads or shozoiki jyu-zu as they are called in Japanese. Prayer beads were first introduced into Japan along with Buddhism during the 6th century. The 1848 woodblock print image included below depicts the famous kabuki actor Okawa Hashizo as the priest Saigyo standing before Mt. Fuji with a string of prayer beads in his left hand. Japanese prayer beads are used to count devotions and are always carried by Buddhist priests and frequently by lay Buddhists at weddings, funerals and other ceremonial occasions. Japanese tea houses may also sometimes have a string of prayer beads hanging from the wall as a sign of reverence. Many Japanese prayer beads are sanctified by being blessed by a priest over a cloud of incense. About the Listed Item This vintage strand of Buddhist prayer beads is less than 40 years old includes one large "guru" bead with an attached metal ringl. The beads are made of wood and the entire piece is in good condition with some marks and scratches. The clear guru and marker beads are resin. Please read below to learn more about the history and function of Buddhist prayer beads. Size: Length (approximate): 27 inches (70 centimeters) Weight: 0.9 ounces (27 grams) More about Buddhist Prayer Beads Buddhist prayer beads also known as mala are similar in form and function to worry beads associated with many religions. Mala are thought to have originated in India around 500 BC as a counting aid for religious pupils who were required to repeat their prayers a specific number of times but who were unable to count. Mala are used such that one prayer or mantra is recited for each bead. The counting starts with the guru bead (bead with tassel) which is thought to represent the Buddha and proceeds all the way around the string. When the guru bead is again encountered the counting may then continue in the opposite direction. The bead count is commonly interrupted in only two places (besides the guru bead) indicated by slightly smaller beads which are thought to represent mid-level Buddhas and humans on the verge of enlightenment. Mala, like worry beads the world over, are commonly carried by religious clergy and devoted believers. The beads are thought to help individuals seeking spiritual focus and are often cited as a source of comfort and peace by those who use them regularly. item code: R3S2-0005647 ship code: L1650
How to Make a Mala Bracelet
 
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Subscribe to our channel for weekly videos! - https://goo.gl/Sfw3A8 T-drilled guru beads can be tricky to thread your jewelry-making cord through. Here is a trick to stringing that final piece of your mala bracelet. To view this design at firemountaingems.com, just click the link: http://fmg.co/HTEFeD Follow us on Social Media: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/FireMountain... Twitter - https://twitter.com/FireMtnGems Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/firemountai... Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/firemtngems/ Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+FireMountain... Copyright 2008-2018 Fire Mountain Gems and Beads, Inc. All rights reserved.
Buddhist prayer bead making machine for factory mass production
 
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Buddhist prayer bead making machine for factory mass production Wood bead making machine has semi-automatic and automatic type. It can process different kinds of wood into 5-120mm wood bead. Used for wooden bead door screen,cushion bead,bracelets.,Buddha beads and so on. It can reach punching, forming and cutting at once time. All the shape and size is same. Glossiness is good. For more information Pls. kindly refers to: www.goodwoodworkingtools.com Mail: [email protected] Tel: +86 21 66037855 Mobile: +86 18019763531
Buddhist prayer bead making machine
 
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www.goodwoodworkingtools.com Wood bead making machine has semi-automatic and automatic type. It can process different kinds of wood into 5-120mm wood bead. Used for wooden bead door screen,cushion bead,bracelets.,Buddha beads and so on. It can reach punching, forming and cutting at once time. All the shape and size is same. Glossiness is good. Catherina ding Sales Manger LINKER INDUSTRY 158# Hongxiang Rd, Shanghai, China [email protected] +86 18019763531 Tel:+86 21 66037855
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#1 UNIQUE GIFT GIVING IDEA Tibetan Buddhist Prayer Beads - Buddhist Beads - 108 Handcrafted, 6mm, B
 
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http://www.wetheplanetproducts.com/products/1-unique-gift-giving-idea-tibetan-buddhist-prayer-beads-buddhist-beads-108-handcrafted-6mm-black-tibetan-prayer-beads-mala-prayer-beads-tibetan-jewelry?idoref=1 Tibetan Buddhist prayer beads are used to meditate, manifest and set intentions. This is sacred Tibetan jewelry is at its finest with 108 handcrafted, 6mm Buddhist beads. The black with red Tibetan prayer beads are carved from fragrant Sandalwood for meditation, focus and health. Develop you spiritual skills with these prayer beads. Clear your mind, body and spirit. Energize your life, open your heart and become centered and grounded. Buddhist prayer beads can help restore your sense of well-being. Tibetan Buddhist prayer beads made from scented Sandalwood. 108, 6mm, Buddhist prayer beads. Tibetan prayer beads are black with red. Prayer beads come on elastic string and can be used as a wrap bracelet. Handmade Buddhist prayer beads. Tibetan jewelry is well strung on multi-strands of nylon strings. Meditations beads to develop spiritual skills.
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How to Thread and Knot a Tibetan Buddhist Wrist or Full Mala
 
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A video showing how to learn how to string a Wrist or Prayer mala yourself You can find more about our Prayer Malas and all our other Dharma goods at www.pinklotus.co.uk Video by Gary Collier and Manju Lama-Collier
Views: 43166 Pink Lotus
Fully automatic 6mm 8mm wooden bead making machine/Prayer Buddha wood Beads Making Machine
 
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Jiaozuo Double Eagle Machinery Co., Ltd. My Tel/Whatsapp/Wechat:0086-13782614163 E-Mail:[email protected] Skype:wendywin2015
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Tibet Buddhist 108 Prayer 6 mm Wooden Teak Bead Mala Necklace
 
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/221845069777?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 Tibet Buddhist 108 Prayer 6 mm Wooden Teak Bead Mala Necklace
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Prayer Beads
 
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http://www.allprayerrequests.com/ Get a FREE Hand Mala bracelet made by the Blind Buddhist (Buddhist Prayer Beads) with every online prayer request donation at http://www.allprayerrequests.com/ . Watch Donald the Blind Buddhist string a 108 bead Mala by touch alone. Please volunteer at your local blind center and make a difference in a blind persons life today!
Views: 4223 BlindBuddhist
Buddhist prayer beads unboxing
 
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If anyone knows anything more about buddhist prayer beads message me on YouTube and I'll get back too you thanks
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Prayer Beads
 
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Explanation of Juzu or Nichiren Buddhist Prayer Beads
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Create your own wooden beads
 
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Some of my woodworking projects need wooden beads, so I decided to use my scrap wood and make my own.
Views: 12951 Paul Pomerleau