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  • DHARMA WHEEL COLLECTION: Italian Onyx + Hematite Yoga Mala Bead Bracelet - Karma Arm
  • DHARMA WHEEL COLLECTION: Italian Onyx + Hematite Yoga Mala Bead Bracelet - Karma Arm
  • DHARMA WHEEL COLLECTION: Italian Onyx + Hematite Yoga Mala Bead Bracelet - Karma Arm
  • DHARMA WHEEL COLLECTION: Italian Onyx + Hematite Yoga Mala Bead Bracelet - Karma Arm

DHARMA WHEEL COLLECTION: Italian Onyx + Hematite Yoga Mala Bead Bracelet

$ 50.00

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White Onyx | Hematite

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AFFIRMATION: I am safe from negativity around me.

  • 8mm Italian Onyx Round Gemstones
  • 4x6mm Sandstone Hematite Rondelles
  • Vintage Gold Plated Vermeil Dharma Wheel
  • Commercial Strength, Latex-Free Elastic Band
  • Artisan Crafted in our West Hollywood Studio

 

Onyx is known to separate. It can help release negative emotions such as sorrow and grief. It is used to end unhappy or bothersome relationships.

Onyx jewelry is worn to defend against negativity that is directed at you.


Grounding | Balance | Detoxifying
Primary Chakras: Root
Astrological signs: Aries, Aquarius

Hematite is also good for working with the Root Chakra, helping to transform negative energies into a more positive vibration. Those in relationships can benefit from the cooperation vibe coming from Hematite.

Hematite is used to improve relationships. If you need your personal relationship to be better, wear hematite.

Hematite helps to absorb negative energy and calms in times of stress or worry. Hematite is a very protective stone and is great to carry to help you stay grounded in many situations.

Hematite can help one to find their own, unique gifts and to release self-imposed limitations, while still maintaining a healthy amount of self-control.

Wear Hematite when in need of balance and equilibrium, or when having difficulty focusing energies. Hematite is also said to be useful in legal situations, and is thought to strengthen self-confidence.

The dharma wheel, or dharmachakra in Sanskrit, is one of the oldest symbols of Buddhism. Around the globe it is used to represent Buddhism in the same way that a cross represents Christianity or a Star of David represents Judaism. It is also one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism.

Buddhism adopted the wheel as the main symbol of the cakravartin "wheel-turner", the ideal king or "universal monarch", symbolizing the ability to cut through all obstacles and illusions.

A dharma wheel has three basic parts -- the hub, the rim, and the spokes. Over the centuries various teachers and traditions have proposed diverse meanings for these parts, and explaining all of them possibly would take a book. Here are some common understandings of the wheel's symbolism:
  • The circle, the round shape of the wheel, represents the perfection of the dharma, the Buddha's teachings.
  • The rim of the wheel represents meditative concentration and mindfulness, which hold practice together.
  • The hub represents moral discipline.

The wheel often has spokes protruding beyond the wheel, which we might imagine are spikes, although usually they don't look very sharp.  The spikes represent various penetrating insights.

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