|Gold amulet: 24K gold fused with pancha dhatu, 1″ diameter, on brown 19″ cord|
|Silver amulet: Pure silver, 1″ diameter, on brown 19″ cord|
|Pancha Dhatu: pancha dhatu, 1″ diameter, on brown 19″ cord
What is pancha dhatu? In ancient India, Nepal and Tibet sacred objects were cast using the lost wax method from an alloy known as pancha dhatu, or five metals. When combined, these five metals: gold, silver, copper, zinc and tin, are believed to create an alchemy infused with healing and protective powers.
Sanskrit: “I am God.”
The reverse side of your amulet is the Tibetan Mirror.
Tibetan Dzogchen masters teach that ones true, “Buddha” nature is like a mirror.
It symbolizes emptiness and the perfect clarity of the essential Self, which is pure and unaffected by the reflections of the world.
The three circles represent purity of heart, openness of mind, and integrity of action.
It is representative of the element water, and is used for divination or to look into the divine side of the Self.
You are the secret of God’s secret. You are the mirror of divine beauty. ~ Rumi