What is a meditation beads bracelet?


A meditation beads bracelet is powerful. A true meditation bead bracelet can help one’s mind, anxiety, improving a person’s health, stress, help your immunity and mood and can resolve pregnancy problems. A meditation bead bracelet can help with many other things. We are only listing a few things it can help with.   


Rosewood meditation bead bracelet



 Meditation beads bracelet how to use?


  1. Hold your bead bracelet with your non-dominant hand.
  2. Let it around your fingers so you can move it without any difficulty.
  3. Using your middle finger or thumb to move is the religious tradition. However, it's much more common to use your thumb.
  4. Breathe in and then breathe out. A Buddhist meditation bracelet can also be used as a counting mechanism. For example, when meditating practice, a mantra word or phrase can help protect your mind from negative thoughts. A true Buddhist meditation bracelet helps you focus, concentrate, and feel calm. Here are some words you can pick
  5. Then you move your finger to the next bead, breathing in and out for each bead.
  6. If your new we would recommend taking it slow and start at something you are more comfortable with (10-25 breaths.)


Red sandalwood meditation bead bracelet

When you want to remove stress say: 

Mind is calm.

All is well.

This shall pass.

I'll make it through this.



Ebony meditation bead bracelet

When you are trying to be happy say:

I am blessed

I am bright

I am cheerful

I am happy

I am proud

(More meditation phrases)



Blood wood meditation bead bracelet

Fake mediation bead bracelet


Everyone talks about having a meditation beads bracelet and that is understandable, but what is a true meditation beads bracelet?


Anyone can say they have a meditation beads bracelet. A beaded bracelet that is not intended for meditation can be labeled as a “Meditation beaded bracelet.” A true meditation bracelet has had many things. The following qualities are provided in all our Buddhist meditation bracelets.


A real mediation beads bracelet


Mkurti meditation bead bracelet

A true meditation bead bracelet is typically blessed by a monk. A monk usually must bless each mediation bead bracelet. This blessing is done through a recitation. The monk holds the beaded bracelet in hand and repeats a mantra while going through each bead. This process itself can take hours for a single bracelet. The blessing cannot be interrupted or else the monk will need to recite the entire mantra again. Our monk has a designated place. A cave/temple that has not been entered in nearly 220 years. However, our monk was the first to do so and that is where each blessing is held.


Why wear a meditation bead bracelet?


Millettia meditation bead bracelet

A meditation bead bracelet is a way to carry your prayers with you throughout your week. Meditating does not mean having to stay home. You can meditate anywhere. Many people around the world meditate in a train station/subway.  Each one of our meditation bead bracelets have been handcrafted by a master craftsman who has been crafting things from wood for his entire life. Many other businesses claim their bracelets are “Handcrafted” however, through several college research it has been proved that 98% of stores do not handcraft their bracelets.


How can we prove we handcraft our meditation bracelet?


Ivory meditation bead bracelet

Simple answer, we have been around for more than a hundred years. Our meditation bead bracelet were intended only for monks, sultans, and kings. When presenting a bracelet (back then) to a high arch it would take hours of inspecting a bracelet to ensure the bracelet was 100% handcrafted, natural, and uses top-quality materials. We have given our meditation beads bracelet all around the world and have been noticed by many like; Jigme K. –King of Bhutan, Ongino K. –Popular monk, and Sehzade o -Sultan. We also have many projects coming up. One of our main projects we will be focusing on is how and where our craftsman makes each bead. Like the video of us showing you how our monk blesses each bracelet.


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