Jōdo Bodhi Wood & Indian Jade Juzu Prayer beads 2 Colors
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Bodhi wood with Indian jade Aventurine Juzu Prayer beads
Tassel : Odamaki Bonten tassel
Materials : Bodhi wood, Indian jade, Silk cord
Full length : about 26cm
Diameter : about 8cm (not elastic)
Head bead : about 16mm
Main beads : about 12mm
Handmade in Kyoto, Japan
Bodhi seeds are usually used without being polished so they have small ridges or veins showing and they are a solid color.
It is believed that while Prince Siddhartha was sitting under a bodhi tree meditating, he became Buddha through enlightenment.
The meaning of bodhi seeds is leading to peace and wisdom.
The Aventurine stone meaning is derived from the Italian word 'aventura,'' which means 'by chance,'' an apt name for one of the luckiest stones in the world of crystal healing. Aventurine was used as a form of sparkling glass also known as gold stone, which was invented in the 18th century. Besides its beautiful and dazzling appearance, Aventurine also rocks when it comes to clearing negative thought patterns because it reconnects you to the Divine healing energy of the Earth and its life-giving elements that created this stone over the millennia.
This Juzu is a Jodo-shu’s formal style one.
In Japan, Buddhists have Prayer beads (Juzu, Nenju). Kyoto is famous as a producing center of Prayer beads.
Prayer beads are a traditional tool used to count the number of times a mantra is recited, breaths while meditating, counting prostrations, or the repetitions of a buddha's name.
※ The color may differ from the actual one depending on the coloration condition of the monitor.