Welcome to Mindyana: Perfect Equanimity!
The skull is meant to have the meditator reflect on death and impermanence and know that death is a fact and the closer that we can relate to death and embrace it the sooner we can start living with love and compassion.Skulls traditionally represented death in Tibet, but Buddhists incorporated Tibetan skull images into malas to represent the impermanence of life and the limits of human knowledge.Realizing that in this cyclic existence death will come when it is time...live life and embrace death. Acceptance is key to the inevitable passing of time and body.
Bead size: 4 mm34-40 cm (adjustable)
Available in Treated Black Agate, Lava Beads, or Imitation Turquoise.