This is one of the finest antique Turquoise necklaces we have seen for many years. ANTIQUE NATURAL TURQUOISE BEAD NECKLACE. The real , natural Turquoise beads on this sacred necklace are over 100 to 300 years old. This rare Tibetan Natural Turquoise necklace was sourced in the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal for Lama Thubten Dagom Rinpoche. This sacred turquoise necklace has been blessed and has been worn for many years.
Length of necklace 23 inches (end to end) Length of turquoise beads 16 inches (end to end). People string a few of these old natural turquoise beads with other prized beads and sometimes use one bead on a sacred Mala. Sometimes you see a Dzi bead strung with them. It is rare to find a complete necklace made from these rare natural turquoise beads. Lama Thubten has asked me to release these special sacred and empowered items to the world.
The reason for the release of these items is that the Earth as we know it is now a dark and dangerous place and Lama Thubten would like spiritual and sacred people to be part of the new awakening. There are very few people in the world who can feel and sense and need this sacred and special power. Please Note: This is real natural turquoise. This necklace has been sourced in the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal.Please note: This old necklace is as it arrived from Nepal, we strongly recommend restringing.. Real natural turquoise bead necklace. This beaded necklace has been well used and the beads are of different sizes which is expected in a sacred item of this great age. The beads have fantastic markings. This very old spiritual blessed turquoise bead necklace has the most wonderful weathering marks and a beautiful usage patina. These sacred turquoise necklaces are prized by the Tibetan's and people from the Himalayan regions. Tibetans have always placed a high value on the power of stone beads, and Tibetan turquoise is one of the top prized stones. This turquoise is viewed by the Tibetans as a symbol for the sky. Traditionally, the larger the bead the more power it possessed, so Tibetan women spend their lifetimes trading up to a larger and more wonderfully coloured and patterned stone beads for their personal necklaces. The first jewellery given to Tibetan children is always turquoise, which is believed to keep people from falling. A conservative estimate of age for the Tibetan turquoise beads is 300-500 years, but considering that turquoise beads have been used throughout the region since at least 1000 B. Some pieces can be older than 500 years. Turquoise is widely appreciated by Tibetans and all through Tibetan history Turquoise has been prized, valued and worn as jewellery, not only for preserving the family wealth but also for its application in ritual and medicinal practice. "Gyu" (pronounced "yu") the name for turquoise seems to be indigenous, indicating that knowledge of the mineral came from within and not through outside influences. To call a turquoise a stone will offend a Tibetan who will exclaim, "This is a turquoise and not a stone, " looking upon it as a thing distinct in itself.
Gemstones have always been associated with curious superstitions and turquoise is no exception. Many people have recognised that the change of colour in a turquoise gem is the direct result of variations in the state of the owners health (being in sympathy with the affections and the characteristic physical influences of the wearer).
The gem grows paler and usually more green as the owner sickens or grows old, losing its colour and intensity entirely at death, but completely recovering its inherent qualities and beauty when given to a new and healthy possessor. Traditional lore avers that as turquoise is susceptible to the personality of the wearer, a gem must be treated with affection and regarded as a sentient being if its colour and lustre are to be maintained and improved. Turquoise bestows happiness and good fortune if given by a loving hand, and sympathetic not only to the wearers health but also to the giver, paling in colour if he or she is threatened by evil. In Tibetan literature, the word for turquoise is a favourite for describing natural objects of sky-blue colour such as beautiful lakes, wells and flowers, even the manes of horses, bees and tadpoles!
The hair of goddesses and the eyebrows of children born in a supernatural manner are spoken of as turquoise-blue, and Tibetans speak poetically of the sky as "the turquoise of heaven", the 13 Turquoise Heavens referring to traditional mythology. King Du-srong Mang-po who reigned during the 8. Century CE supposedly found the largest turquoise then known in the world on the top of. A few miles north of.
A family living in the city at that time had their roof showered with turquoise and other precious gems by a generous deity. Apparently this mansion still stands, somewhere near the. One famous story is the one about King Srong-tsan Sgam-po winning the hand of his beautiful princess.
He was required to pass a silk thread through a coil of turquoise beads arranged in a concentric circle. He solved the problem by tying the thread onto a queen ant, which he blew through the holes in the beads. To the amazement of the lookers-on, the ant came out at the other end of the coil dragging the thread along, and thus gained the princesss hand in marriage.
To heal someone, you must first know why people suffer. If through healing them, you can show them how to stop suffering, you have fulfilled your role as a physician. At he heart of all suffering there is a spiritual remedy that comes about from knowing the relationships between karma and suffering. Karma comes from the chaos that exists within all living creatures, all aspects of this world and the universe at large. Some chaos is good, some indifferent, some bad, but it is the stuff from which happiness and then enlightenment can be made.
Many of us are trying to find peace, a small place where we can enjoy our lives. We look around and watch the world go by. All we wish to do is to find a small amount of peace and tranquility in the world today.
There are huge amounts of negative and bad energy flowing. Many dark energies are around and trying to possess us. They try to find a host, when we are at a low point in our lives, when we are weak and vunerable.
Our Sacred Blessed and Empowered items have PURE POSITIVE SACRED POWER and they can and will be attuned to you. Do you remember long ago that you had the ability of second sight, and other special abilities. You might never have revealed this to anyone as you felt slightly afraid and were not sure in yourself. Years later life takes its toll and you now think that these special abilities that you had years ago are now gone. These abilities NEVER GO, you still have the same abilities but you now have to clear a path to open your mind and be able to go back to your childhood and let your mind open up.When you work with Lama Thubten's Sacred Blessed items you will soon realise that these are SACRED SPECIAL TOOLS and will work for you in many different ways. They will open up a PURE POWER FLOW FOR YOU, and enable PURE POSITIVE ENERGY to enter your divine spirit. Our sacred, rare, empowered and blessed items are being made available for the benefit of practitioners, like you, who would like to have holy objects as devotional support to your practice. Rather, we are making them available with the express wish to benefit others.
All funds in excess of our costs help us to continue our activities. Sellers: Get your own map today. The item "RARE TIBETAN SUPERB VERY FINE ANTIQUE TURQUOISE BEAD NECKLACE" is in sale since Thursday, December 1, 2016. This item is in the category "Jewellery & Watches\Ethnic & Tribal Jewellery\Asian\Tibetan".
The seller is "spiritual-sky" and is located in Bournemouth. This item can be shipped worldwide.