No Mud No Lotus Amituofo – Amulet
Amituofo is hand carved into Gobi desert stone . Amituofo is the name of the Amitahba Buddha in Chinese. Shaolin Monks, disciples and students often greet each other with "Amituofo". A lotus flower is carved on the bottom of the amulet. Lotus flowers grow out of mud. They are a symbol that whatever problems or trouble we have, we can use our troubles to help us be peaceful as a. Budda. Amulet (also called talisman) means “an object that protects a person from trouble”.
- Brown cord intricately laced with small beads.
- Amulet - approx. 5cm.
- Cord length approx. 24cm.
- One 1 available
The price reflects the quality of the jade or stone and the quality of the carving. Because these pieces are formed from the natural rock, each piece is unique and there is no one piece which is the same. The pictures are for guidance and there may be slight differences from the photos. The dimensions are approximate. Unless stated otherwise, all pieces are suitable for men and women.