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"AMETHYST GEMSTONE WITH SILVER BUDDHA" bracelet

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"AMETHYST GEMSTONE WITH SILVER BUDDHA" bracelet

25.00

"AMETHYST GEMSTONE WITH SILVER BUDDHA BRACELET". “Buddha” means “one who is awake”. This is a comfortable stretch cord bracelet that is available with a silverl lava bead and a silver Buddha accent bead. Offered in two sizes: 7 1/2 and 8 inches, can be made smaller or larger upon request. (17) 8 mm round faceted genuine chevron amethyst gemstones, (1) 10x12mm silver buddha accent bead, (1) silver leaf lava bead, (1) signature logo tag. Will arrive in a black velvet pouch and black box for men and a colorful silk embroidered pouch and gold foil box for ladies for safekeeping or gift-giving.

Buddha is not a name, but a title. It is a Sanskrit word that means “a person who is awake.” What a buddha is awake to is the true nature of reality.

Simply put, Buddhism teaches that we all live in a fog of illusions created by mistaken perceptions and “impurities” — hate, greed, ignorance. A buddha is one who is freed from the fog. It is said that when a buddha dies he or she is not reborn but passes into the peace of Nirvana, which is not a “heaven” but a transformed state of existence.

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"AMETHYST GEMSTONE WITH SILVER BUDDHA BRACELET". “Buddha” means “one who is awake”. This is a comfortable stretch cord bracelet that is available with a silverl lava bead and a silver Buddha accent bead. Offered in two sizes: 7 1/2 and 8 inches, can be made smaller or larger upon request. (17) 8 mm round faceted genuine chevron amethyst gemstones, (1) 10x12mm silver buddha accent bead, (1) silver leaf lava bead, (1) signature logo tag. Will arrive in a black velvet pouch and black box for men and a colorful silk embroidered pouch and gold foil box for ladies for safekeeping or gift-giving.

Buddha is not a name, but a title. It is a Sanskrit word that means “a person who is awake.” What a buddha is awake to is the true nature of reality.

Simply put, Buddhism teaches that we all live in a fog of illusions created by mistaken perceptions and “impurities” — hate, greed, ignorance. A buddha is one who is freed from the fog. It is said that when a buddha dies he or she is not reborn but passes into the peace of Nirvana, which is not a “heaven” but a transformed state of existence.