Red string is thought to have magical powers of protection and rewards of good luck. The custom of wearing the red string dates back to Genesis 38 and is worn to ward off misfortune. It is commonly associated with the Kabbalah, an ancient Jewish tradition. The red string is usually worn on the left wrist to represent chastity and offering of one’s self. In Kabbalistic tradition, red color is a symbol of courage, bravery, blood and protection against misfortune brought about by the 'Evil Eye'.
Each one cautiously hand-made by Tibetan Buddhist Monks, every knot on these bracelets is thoughtfully infused with the Om Mani Padme Hum. Hindus, Kabbalah, Buddhists, and Christians alike, wear string bracelets like these, especially red string. A talisman believed to protect the wearer, it is recommended to wear this on the left side of the body, to fully receive good fortune and luck.
Om Mani Padme Hum is the six-syllabled Sanskrit mantra. It is one of the most important mantras from Tibetan Buddhism, and widely used, which according to Buddhist tradition brings happiness, luck and good fortune to its wearer.
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