Meaning of Tibetan Buddhist Handmade String Bracelets

Author: Jessica Tracy

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You might be wondering what is the meaning of Buddhist Handmade String Bracelets, and why are they so wonderful?

All of these beautiful Tibetan Buddhist String Lucky Bracelets come in a variety of different colors, and they can become your personal talisman of protection against all negative energies.

Knots of these beautiful String Bracelets are tied whilst Tibetan Buddhist recite mantras allowing them to receive a charge and all of the blessings which come from this protective ritual. 

They are made out of Tibetan rope, and that is why they are so powerful.

What is mantra?

Mantra is a specific sequence of words that are chanted to create powerful vibration or sound to enter a deep, meditative state.

The word mantra comes from the ancient Sanskrit language where MAN means the "mind" and TRA means "vehicle".

Repetition and chanting of mantras is a great way to focus your brain.

It is believed that mantra vibrations can have powerful spiritual and healing properties.

There are many different types of mantras, and the one that Tibetan Buddhist recite and chant is a six-syllable prayer mantra OM MA NI PAD ME HUM (Hail the Jewel in the Lotus), which is the pure essence of all Dharma.

It brings blessings of protection, love, and purifies all negative karma bringing you closer to enlightenment.

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What does wearing a red string bracelet mean?

Wearing a Red String bracelet around your wrist is a tradition that comes from Kabbalah, but it can be also found in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity.

In Kabbalistic tradition red color is a symbol of courage, bravery, blood, and protection against misfortune brought about by the 'Evil Eye'.

'Evil Eye' is a symbol of a person who looks at you with negative energy and jealousy.

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Wear this Kabbalah Red String Bracelet on the left wrist as this is the receiving side for the body and soul, which is closest to our heart.

What does the endless knot mean in Buddhism?

Endless knot (Buddhist knot) is also known in Sanskrit as an eternal knot. For Buddhists, it is a symbol of the connection between all beings and events representing the perfect harmony of the Universe.

A knot of Eternity is one of the "Eight Auspicious Symbols" of Buddhism, and it has no beginning and no end.

In Tibetan culture, the endless knot is one of the most treasured auspicious symbols because it represents the timeless teachings of Buddha.

In Tibetan Buddhism, the Buddhist knot also represents the karmic cycle known as Samsara, which continues eternally until the soul reaches liberation. 

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Which hand to wear bracelet for good luck?

It is believed that the left side of the body is the receiving side, so wearing it on the left side allows the receiving of good fortunes and luck to come to you.

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What does the five colors represent in Buddhism?

Five colors in Buddhism represent the colors of the aura around Lord Buddha when he attained enlightenment. 

If you look at the Buddhist flag you will see five colors: blue, yellow, red, white, and orange.

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According to Buddhist tradition, all of these colors are believed to be our main auric colors, which can be directly linked to the 7 chakras of the human body.

Aura is the light surrounding your body and depending on how balanced are your chakras (energy centers which vibrate to different colors), you might have some dominant colors in your aura.

Your aura can change depending on your emotional state, but blocked chakras very often require healing to remove blocks and restore unobstructed energy flow.

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5 thoughts on “Meaning of Tibetan Buddhist Handmade String Bracelets

  1. avatar Marita Rimaitis says:

    I got my partner one. I got it him to give him protection as he suffers with health issues. I myself have Buddha beads. I hope they both bring us peace and protection as we both for a range of reasons have had a lack of peace through a lot of life.

  2. avatar Jessica Tracy says:

    Hey Shem, I would encourage you to create your own red string ritual and don’t worry too much about old, traditional beliefs which promote the idea that “cutting it off” is considered to be a bad luck.
    Honor the past traditions and culture, but always stay connected with your core beliefs and values.
    Bracelet can serve you as a reminder of your goals, dreams and desires, symbol of a good luck, protection or connection with your loved ones.

  3. avatar Shem says:

    Should the bracelet worn everyday? What happens when you miss a day of not wearing it? I got mind a month ago and I seldom missed days of not wearing it.

  4. avatar june Perozzi says:

    I just received my bracelet and love it very much. I plan on wearing it alot. On the airplane very soon. I wear it daily now. Its made very well and I feel with alot of heart.

  5. avatar Mayra says:

    Good information.

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