Sacral Chakra - Tigers Eye Bracelet
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Tigers Eye is used to help us better understand our Sacral Chakra.
“A literal translation of Svadhistana is “the abode of the self” typically referred to as “the sacral chakra.” This name refers not to the ultimate, unchanging Self, but to the sense of self entangled with the human existence, the ego.
This is because Svadhistana is associated with the emotions. It is sometimes called “the emotional headquarters”. Learning to localize sexual urges so that they may be allowed natural and conscious expression, rather than impulsively acting upon or reactively suppressing them, is a great practice.”
- An excerpt from 7 Chakras: A Modern Guide To Ancient Wisdom.
Our Sacral Chakra Bracelet is unique in a few important ways.
- We have carefully chosen Tigers Eye to align in both color and properties to the Sacral Chakra point.
- Tigers Eye is known to give its wearer confidence, courage and strength of will.
This bracelet is composed of 6 mm stone beads, giving it a circumference of 7 inches.
Each of the 7 golden spacer beads is engraved with the ancient Buddhist mantra, "OM MANI PADME HUM."
A Gift From Team Backpack Buddha
We want you to enjoy our Mala beads as much as we do. To aid you on your path, you'll receive this 7 page eGuide all about Malas & how to use them as a medium for mindfulness, tranquility, and contentment. It's got all the essentials to help you benefit the most from Tibetan Buddhist Mala Beads!
About This Chakra Bracelet
All our Mala prayer beads & bracelets are made from natural woods, seeds, or stones from India, Nepal or Tibet.
We love our Mala Beads and strongly believe they can help others. If for any reason you're not happy with you Mala, we'll happily provide a full refund.
- Bead Size: 6mm / 0.31 in
- Material: Tigers Eye
- Circumference: 17.7 cm / 7 in
- Weight: 1 oz
- Thread: Elastic
As soon as you make your purchase, we will begin processing your order. Please allow between 2-4 business days for your delivery. Contact us at Sherpas@BackpackBuddha.com for any assistance.