Maui Woke Ethnic Buddha Bracelets With Buddha, OM and Lotus Symbol
Choose to express your inner peace and well being with this casual fun antiqued bracelet. Dreamy Lotus, Buddha, Om and Bead Charms express your attitude nicely.
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OM SYMBOL: The symbol of the ever present OM, represents the pulse of the universe and the source of our whole being. The symbol represents states of consciousness.
LOTUS SYMBOL: The lotus flower forms the principles of the Eight-fold Path, one of the highest teachings of Lord Buddha.
When it comes to purchasing Buddhist items for ourselves, the highest purpose is so it can act as a reminder to help deepen our practice. In fact, Buddhist teachers often give their students pendants (like the ones below) for that very reason. And if we purchase such items for others, just by virtue of the image alone, it can become a wonderfully meaningful and auspicious gift to give.
Wearing images of the Buddha can remind us to be more Buddha-like in all our daily activities. It may encourage us to be more patient, kind in our speech and mindful of cultivating thoughts of peace and non-violence.
In Buddhism, it is the symbol of purity, faithfulness, and spiritual awakening. The flower lifts itself above the muddy water, which represents the act of rising above all desires and attachments - the key to achieving spiritual enlightenment. Though the flower has its root in the mud, it grows upward in the direction of light, which represents the aspiration to rise above and move towards the light. In other words, it represents the journey from darkness (represented by the muddy pond) to the light of knowledge or wisdom. A Buddhist mantra describes the lotus saying, Om mani padme hum, which means Hail, the jewel in the lotus.