The Buddhist Lotus symbol
According to ancient Buddhist Legends everywhere where the baby buddha stepped lotus flowers bloomed out of the very ground.
The Lotus flower usually grows in muddy water and therefore symbolizes purity amidst suffering or impurity.
This ancient symbol also means independence and nonattachment, self-sufficiency, and progress.
This world-known symbol represents not only Buddhism but also enlightenment, serenity, peace of mind,
A symbol of meditation, endurance, calmness, and overall acceptance of one’s surroundings, The Buddha has become widely known to be a role model for generations and will continue on doing so.
The tree of Life (Life Tree) Symbol
The life tree symbol represents personal development, achievements, goals, and individual beauty. As all the branches and leaves of trees strengthen so do the character traits of individuals.
People become stronger, wiser, gain greater knowledge and wisdom and that is what the Tree of life symbol represents. A perpetual motion of progress through which each person must go.
The Energy of the Stones of the Necklace
Matte Seaweed Onyx Stones
Much like black onyx, these precious stones help the bearer to cope with feelings of strong grief, sorrow, or depression. They feel the person with hope and positivity and remove fear from their minds.
The Matte Seaweed Onyx is a very powerful stone that serves for protection and grants strength. It transforms the surrounding negative energy into a positive one and helps the bearer to gain confidence. Furthermore, it encourages happiness, accumulates reserves of strength and stamina, and provides a balanced feeling for a wiser decision making process.
The Howlite Stones link its bearer to achieve and retain higher spiritual conscious levels. It reduces the anxiety, tension, and stress levels greatly and encourages emotional expression.
The howlite decreases spiritual and body pain and encourages a strong use of character and positive traits such as stamina, vitality, and wisdom.
Green dot stone
The green dot stone is a stone of inner peace and can calm even the most restless of minds. It is smooth to the touch and beautiful from all sides. It is also often referred to as a worry stone.
Over the course of a monk’s life, an indentation in their worry storm would be formed one way or another and that is known to mean that they have achieved enlightenment.
Please, have in mind that the materials are fragile. A lot of effort has been made to make sure that the strongest materials were used in the making of this necklace.
But it is essential that you keep it safe, treat it gently and take care of it.
Store your mala necklace carefully when you are not using it, and avoid swimming with it when you can, to keep its integrity intact.