3-Eyed Dzi Bead



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3-Eyed Dzi Bead:  Symbolizes rolling in heavy wealth. The 3-Eyed bead is said to be the manifestation of the expression of the Hindu wealth god, the Kubera. He originates from the Himalayas, but is worshiped by other Buddhists as well from around the world. Look, two eyes represent his eyes and the other one is his mouth. Having performed austerities for a thousand years, in regard for which Brahma asked him to safeguard and distribute evenly the treasures of the earth by karmic rewards. 

Enables one to connect to all 3 key components i.e. Body, Mind & Heart.  Achieve good health, success & wealth.  Among the Dzi bead culture, the 3-Eyed Dzi bead is regarded as the unofficial “wealth” bead. This Dzi bead is believed to still possess the power to make conditions favorable, for which you could make the most of to enjoy general fortune, not only in terms of wealth. It is believed that the 3 eye bead will bring happiness wealth and prosperity to its owner. The 3 eye Dzi bead is a symbol of the God of Wealth in Tibet. It will enhance its owner's ability to accumulate wealth by crystallizing money-making opportunities for him. The three eyed Dzi bead represents the three stars of luck, happiness, honor, and longevity. It is the bead of wealth and health to bring continuous fortune.




3-Eyed Holy Pipal Leaf Dzi Bead: This bead appears to have 3 eyes and one of the eyes looks like a leaf of a plant. The pipal leaf is also referred to as the Buddha heart. Enables one to connect all 3 key components i.e. Body, Mind & Heart.  Achieve good health, wealth & success.  Avoiding dangers, growth in compassion, wisdom & enlightenment. Prosperity, happiness, longevity, love, joy & tranquility; this Dzi Bead is the Wealth God of Tibetans. The pipal leaf is a dimensional doorway, allowing the owner of this bead to journey into the universe, during sleep and meditation. 


3-Eyed Tiger Tooth Dzi Bead:  this means good luck, long life and successful business. Read both 3-eyed Dzi and Tiger Tooth Dzi beads. 


3-Eyed Vajra Dzi Bead: (Characterized by ruffled ring around eye) The Tantric meaning is Sunya or Void which cannot be cut or destroyed but which destroys all evils.