Bian Stone Beads Buddhist Japamala with 8mm OM symbol
Japamala is a bead string used in Indian meditation practices to tell mantras, desires, intentions or just prayers of those who handle the object. In the Catholic religion, for example, the object is similar to the thirds.
The word “japa” means to pray, to whisper, while “suitcase” means rosary, cord. Despite the variety of forms of use of Japamala, it is considered a sacred object in different religions.
Japamala always has 108 accounts. This number, in Indian culture, has an important and quite powerful meaning. The first is that there are 108 letters in the Sanskrit alphabet. Likewise, the goddess Krishna of Hinduism has 108 different names.
Japamala helps to decrease tension, anxiety, fear, and achieve higher levels of consciousness and spiritual fulfillment.
The Bian Stone is recorded in the literature of the ancient Chinese dynasty as one of the types of stone with therapeutic effects. It produces a broad spectrum of infrared radiation and ultrasonic impulses when in contact with the skin, which can improve microcirculation and metabolism, strengthen the immune system and internal organs and decrease physical pain.