Men's Spiritual Protection, Fortune, Strength Bracelet, Black Lava, Turquoise, Himalayan Rudraksha, Evil Eye Protection Hamsa Copper Charm
Men's Spiritual Protection, Fortune, Strength Bracelet, with Black Lava 10mm, a Focal Turquoise, a Himalayan Rudraksha, a Hamsa Hand filigree charm with the Evil Eye Protection on one side, copper rondelles and a black wood cube. A truly unique piece for the spiritual man. Very elegant bracelet fits a wrist of a standard size 7.5 inches or 19.05 cm to 8.5 inches or 21 cm since it has been beaded with high quality elastic cord. Let me know if I should adjust it to your size.
Rudraksha beads are the material from which Malas are made. The word rudraksha is derived from Rudra (Shiva—the Hindu god of all living creatures) and aksha (eyes). One Hindu legend says that once Lord Shiva opened His eyes after a long period yogic meditation, and because of strong feelings looking at our world suffering, He shed a tear of compassion. In ancient times these naturally forming beads were used by monks and sages in order to make meditation necklaces and malas. The holes by which they are strung are natural in all beads with four faces or more. They only need to be picked from the ground and cleaned before being strung.
“The Power of The Fire Within” ,Strength and Courage. Lava is a stone of strength and courage. It allows one the opportunity for stability throughout changes in their life. Lava stone is, in essence, the solid form of fire. It is therefore a stone that is associated with the phoenix and rebirth. Since the stone is the result of almost violent natural events, it is considered a strong stone and one that assists the wearer to succeed in desperate circumstances. As it comes from and is of the earth, lava stone is reputed to assist the wearer to be more in tune with Mother Earth. As these stones also contain the powerful energy of the volcano that created them, this means that they are excellent to aid healing, especially when you are feeling depressed or lacking energy and vitality.
The Hamsa Hand
The hamsa hand (Arabic) or hamesh hand (Hebrew) is an old and still popular apotropaic amulet for magical protection from the envious or evil eye. The words hamsa and hamesh mean "five" and refer to the digits on the hand. An alternative Islamic name for this charm is the Hand of Fatima, in reference to the daughter of Mohammed. An alternative Jewish name for it is the Hand of Miriam, in reference to the sister of Moses and Aaron.
Although most hamsa hands are amulets, modern Israeli hamesh hands are sometimes made in the form of ceramic wall plaques in which a hand-lettered Hebrew prayer occupies the center of the palm. These include variants that seek to prevent earthquakes as well as forestall overlooking by the evil eye. Hamsa hand plaques, usually made of turquoise-glazed pottery, are also found in modern Egypt. They resemble other anti-evil-eye plaques from Egypt, with a blue horseshoe for luck and blue beads for magical protection from the evil eye.
Because the hamsa or hamesh hand protects against the evil eye, the design in some examples merges into another design called the eye-in-hand motif. In those instances, a realistic or stylized eye appears in the center of the palm of the hand.