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How wearing the Buddha can help you attract incredible amount of good luck

Do you want to bring wealth, health and happiness flooding into your life? 

Then today’s featured bracelet is for you. 

Wearing the Buddha is said to attract incredible amounts of good luck, abundance and happiness. 

This beautiful beaded bracelet depicts the Buddha in a meditation pose, bringing you plenty of calming, serene energy. 

Wear it every day for a power to bring abundance into your life. 

Due to its popularity, we sell out of this item often. Click the button below now to grab yours, while stock lasts!

Wealth, Health & Good Fortune

This depiction of the Buddha in a classic meditation posture, rich in calming, serene energy. Used as a feng shui to bring good luck, abundance, happiness, success, good health. 

Believers believe that wearing Buddha attracts wealth, health, and good fortune when they are worn. They also believe that these ornaments enhance spirituality, bring peace of mind and purify thoughts.

The truth about is that wearing a Buddha bracelet will always be beneficial and will attract positive energy, harmony and happiness. The power of the Buddha consists of the wisdom of discrimination. Buddha overcomes the temptation of passions; all disordered appetite, greed, greed and lust.

Before he set off to become the Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama is said to have lived a life of luxury. He grew up in a palace, and from an early age he was groomed to become a powerful leader. After his enlightenment, he would regularly receive visits from dignitaries and successful merchants – people hungry for advice. The Buddha is one of the most important spiritual teachers of all time, a man for the people, but there is also much of what he taught that is of practical value to business people.

The fact that the Buddha is believed to have lived over 2,500 years ago means that it can be difficult to discern exactly what he said. For about four hundred years after his death, his teachings were only disseminated orally, so inaccuracies may have developed. Variations on Buddhism also began to occur as the practice spread around the world and began to be adapted to suit the needs of different cultures. Most scholars agree that the core of his teachings have mostly remained unchanged, and these lessons can be as relevant today as they were thousands of years ago.

“Your work is to discover your work and then with all your heart to give yourself to it.”
No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path. Buddhas only show the way.

It is not necessary to become a Buddhist in order to benefit from the teachings of this wise master. His approach with his followers always seemed to be ‘take what you need and leave the rest behind’. The popularity of sharing Buddha quotes on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook may have an effect of cheapening his wisdom, but the reason for why so many people still follow his advice is that it works. Gautama Buddha always claimed that his teachings were about helping people escape suffering, so there was always a practical value to them.

The Buddha often described anger as being like a hot coal that you pick up to throw at other people – it is usually you who gets hurt.

Let’s face it: When you are angry at somebody, it is usually you who is suffering and not them. This process has also been described as drinking poison to make the other person die.

Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.

If you’ve worked hard to earn your success, it may seem a bit unfair to ask you to share it. The reality is that allowing other people to enjoy the fruits of your labor can make you feel good, and it also helps you develop a network of friends who are going to be there for you in the future. It is all about planting good karma for your future as well as increasing your happiness right now.

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Izetta Harps
December 12, 2020

good post

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