Lucky Buddha's Palm of AscentThe Buddha's Palm of Ascent is used for protection and creation of victorious opportunities. Sometimes known as Tibetan
Golden Wheel Palm. At the palm there is an inscription of the Golden Wheel (one of the 8 Auspicious Symbols) and it
represents attaining a new level of focus and vision needed to succeed in your endeavors. It is a sacred and respected
symbol in Indian and Tibetan culture. This resin made Buddha's Palm is popular amongst members of any workforce. Many
believe the Buddha's Palm with the inscription of the Golden Wheel brings forth the cessation of suffering into their life.
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