• History of Dzi Beads

    Ancient Dzi were found in the territories of Persia, Mesopotamia and Egypt, most likely, they were exported from Tibet, since everything indicates that it was on this sacred land...

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  • Myths & Legends of Dzi

    Most Tibetans believe that Dzi beads are either descended from the gods or are of heavenly origin. But there are legends about the completely terrestrial origin of these Tibetan amulets.

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  • Dzi Beads FAQ

    How to wear Tibetan beads?

    How to choose Dzi?

    How to activate Dzi?

    How to charge Dzi beads?

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Tibetan Dzi beads are amazing spiritual treasures and one of the most powerful talismans not only in Tibet, but throughout the world. They help its owner in many areas of life and contribute to spiritual growth.

In catalog you can easily find a description of almost all existing Dzi beads, their properties, as well as the impact on the wearer during use.

History of Dzi Beads

Many have heard about Dzi beads - the mysterious Tibetan talismans. But few people know about their origin and influence on a person and his fate. Ancient Dzi, found in the territory of modern Tibet, have an age of 2000 to 3000 years. But these ancient talismans are probably of earlier origin. According to some reports, the history of the origin of Tibetan beads Dzi takes us back centuries far beyond the three thousand-year milestone of the currently known ancient Dzi.

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Myths & Legends of Dzi

The origin of the mysterious Tibetan beads Dzi is filled with myths and legends. These stories differ in different areas of Tibet. Most myths speak of the divine origin of Dzi. And most Tibetans believe that Dzi beads are either descended from the gods or are of heavenly origin. But there are legends about the completely terrestrial origin of these Tibetan amulets.

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FAQ about Dzi Beads

How to wear Tibetan beads?

How to choose Dzi?

How to activate Dzi?

How to charge Dzi beads?

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