Buddhist Bracelets, or wrist malas, are worn as a reminder of your practice and by serious practitioners they are used to count prostrations. Fully lowering yourself to the ground at a holy site. These bracelets usually have 18,21,22,or 27 beads.
Of course Buddhist Bracelets are worn by just about everyone now, as a fashion accessory or as a reminder of peace and calm. I often find myself counting the beads on my wrist mala during stressful times.
We live in a time where you can find a Buddhist bracelet at your local supermarket. These inexpensive beads are often made of glass or faux gemstones. We offer hundreds of choices in all price ranges. All handmade, and all benefiting the artists who make them.
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