Protection Mantra Inscribed RingThis wonderfully detailed item has the famous protective and auspicious mantras inscribed on the sides. It is very popular with ethnic groups in Tibet and Asia, because it combines auspicious blessings and protection. Usually kept in your personal drawer or worn around a necklace. The outer inscriptions can be rotated. It is recommended to use your thumb to go through (by rotating the 'mantra wheel') the inscriptions every now and then when you have an important decision/interview to make.
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