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Meanings of Tibetan DZI with different eyes

DZI Meanings
DZI Meanings
Item# DZI
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There are kinds of DZI Beads. The big difference is the "eyes". There are eyes on the dzi ( from one to fifteen, sixteen...twenty-one...). The function and meaning is also different according to the different eyes. Following is the meanings of different eyed dzi.

One-Eye DZI One-Eye DZI Bead is believed bring wearers light, hope and life-long happiness. Wearing 1-Eye DZI bead may help people to be brave, determined, strong, self-confident and help wearer realize their dreams
Two-Eye DZI The two-eyed DZI brings harmony in personal relationships and contributes to a successful career. It is believed this DZI is good for balance in life.
Three-Eye DZIGenuine DZI beads with three eyes are believed to bring heavenly wealth. Wearing 3-eye dzi beads will gain power to ward off bad chi and bring luck of extra income. 3-eye DZI is the CONBINATION of "tianshi", which means right time; "dili", which means right place, "renhe", which means fine people relationship. The three-eyed DZI symbolizes the three Gods of luck, which brings the person who wears the DZI happiness, longevity and honour. This is the symbol for good health and wealth.
Four-Eye DZI

The four-eyed DZI represents the four major Gods of Buddhism. It helps to clear obstacles, overcome negative influences, it keeps anger under control and brings longevity.

Five-Eye DZI The five-eyed DZI is one of the most mysterious DZI¡¯s because its blessing comes from 5 Dhyani Buddha¡¯s. It assists the person who wears the DZI to obtain whatever he/she desires and brings endless happiness.
Five-Eye Lightning DZI In addition of the symbolism of the five-eyed DZI, this DZI helps the person who wears the DZI overcome obstacles in his/her life.
Six-Eye DZI It is believed that the six-eyed DZI brings a good balance between Yin and Yang. The wearer of the stone should be helped to find the root of happiness and good karma while sadness and suffering in life will be eliminated.
Seven-Eye DZI The seven-eyed DZI represents the seven stars of the big dipper in the universe. The stone should help one to achieve perfection, glory, fame, relationships, career, fame, wealth and a healthy life.
Eight-Eye DZI The eight-eyed DZI represents the eight treasures of Buddhism. These eight treasures create harmony and fulfillment in one¡¯s mind. This DZI also protects the wearer against calamities.
Nine-Eye DZI

Nine-Eye DZI is the symbol of The Nine Planets, It includes the activity of the Universe and the wisdom of the humanity. DZI beads with 9 eyes are the emperor of all DZI. This DZI is also weath bead by the local Tibetan people. Wearing nine-eye DZI Beads helps people expand intelligence and wisdom, obtain ability, enhance power and purify negative energy. It helps the investors with the successful development of new ideas in rolling in wealth.

Ten-Eye DZI

The ten-eyed DZI is a symbol of perfection in everything. It helps the wearer to have a happy relationship with ones partner and it should remove obstacles in the area of career development.

Eleven-Eye DZI Eleven-Eye DZI bead is almost same as the Nine-Eye DZI bead. Wearing jewelry with the 11 eye DZI bracelet bead can strongly enhance the powers of DZI and helps to purify negative chi.
Twelve-Eye DZI The Twelve-Eye DZI is believed to purify one's karma; to turn over bad luck; to increase wisdom and virtue; to promote social and networking skills; to clear obstructions in career development; to enhance one's charisma; to ensure happy relationships.
Thirteen-Eye DZI The Thirteen-Eye Tibetan Dzi is believed to promote serenity and tranquility to bring balance in life; to calm the nerves; to boost internal energy; to protect the wearer; to help one gain insight and enlightenment.
Fifteen-Eye DZI The Fifteen eyed Tibetan Dzi is believed to imbue wearer with auspicious Heaven's Luck, to clear life's obstacles; to ensure smoothness in your undertakings; to promises windfall luck; to attract good opportunities.
21 Eye DZI

The 21 eyed Dzi is very powerful, comparable to 9-Eye Dzi;The dzi with 21 eyes is believed to help one attain highest level of enlightenment; materialize your wishes, strengthen one's reputation, power and influence; dispel obstacles and ensures smoothsailing luck.

The 21-eyed DZI offers the wearer the greatest magic, strength, power, health and wealth. This DZI enhances one¡¯s ability to help others in restoring their life. The 21-eyed DZI assists the wearer only if one¡¯s is very pure from heart and mind.

Dragon-eyed DZI

The Dragon-eyed DZI represents the mantra ¡°Om Mani Padme Hum¡± and is the root for happiness and good karma. Dragons are considered to be the source of life and live between heaven and earth. The dragon should be able to connect the 3 key components body, mind and heart. It is believed that each dragon bead is connected to a dragon and that this helps the wearer to achieve good health, wealth and success.

Dragon-Skin DZI Dragon skin does not refer to a symbol on the DZI, but to the texture of the bead itself. The crackled texture is called ¡°Dragon Skin¡±. Dragon skin forms during ceremonies where the beads are put into a stove. DZI¡¯s with a dragon skin should be stronger than stones from the same type without dragon skin.
Guan Yin DZI Guan Yin is one of the most popular bodhisattvas in Asia. Her name roughly means ¡° the one who hears the cries of the world¡±. Guan Yin should assist in relieving human pain.
Heaven & Earth DZI The Heaven & Earth DZI conbines the strong energies from Heaven (circle) and Earth (square). It is believed the Heaven and Earth DZI brings balance and harmony in life and clears obstacles that could harm the wearer.
Line DZI It is believed that stripes or bands on a DZI will help the wearer to achieve ones aspirations. This stripes are also used in combination with other patterns.
Double-Lotus DZI The double Lotus flower is an extra powerful variety of the regular Lotus DZI. It is believed that this DZI brings wisdom and good fortune to decision makers.
Mammon DZIIt is believed that the God of Wealth Mammon surrounds the wearer with golden light and brings lots of treasures.
Tiger-teeth DZI

The Tiger¡¯s teeth DZI is widely sought for its spiritual properties. It is believed that this DZI gives the wearer spiritual power and drives out the evil.

Twin Tiger¡¯s teeth DZI

This DZI with a double row of tiger¡¯s teeth should possess six times the spiritual strength of a DZI with a single row of tiger¡¯s teeth.

Taichi DZIThe sign on this DZI is also known as Yin & Yang. Taichi should bring the wearer optimal balance between positive and negative and a peaceful life.
Turtle Skin DZI

The back of the Turtle Skin represents for a long and healthy life. This DZI should protect the wearer against sickness caused by spirits.

The turtle shell pattern is also used in combination with other DZI patterns. This means that Longevity is added to the meaning of the original pattern.

Lotus DZI The lotus flower always reminds people that beauty can be shining even the circumstances are hard. Thus Lotus DZI represents pure and clean sensation, consummation and freedom. Wearing lotus DZI helps wearer purify their minds, better understanding of Buddhism and is good for the treatment of neurasthenia.
Deity Symbol DZI The Tibetan Deity Symbol DZI represents dignity, auspiciousness, consummation, and endless power. Tibetan Deity DZI helps people purify negative energy, get rid of bad things and illness so as to increase life and success in one¡¯s life.
Nectar DZIThe Nectar DZI brings the wearer ¡°milk and honey¡± in their life. It is believed that this DZI help wearers attract the sweet things of life, such as longevity and increasing of wealth.
Ruyi DZI

The Wish DZI (Ruyi DZI in Chinese) is also called the sacred DZI. It was frequently used by monks in temples or in altars. It was believed the Wish DZI should attract good aura¡¯s and bring the wearer the highest and purest energy.

Silver Hook DZI / Money Hook DZI Money hook - The shape of ¡°S¡± of this DZI is called the ¡°Lucky S¡± and believed to bring the wearer opportunities of making money and help the wearer be wealthy.
Monseigneur DZIThe monseigneur DZI is believed to wipe out evils, solve difficulty, and prevent disaster. This DZI should help hard-workers have good opportunity and get help from others. Tthis DZI gives mental support and keeps the mind alert and healthy.
Green Tara DZI

Green Tara DZI represents dignity, auspiciousness, wealth, successful career. Thus, wearing Green Tara DZI beads may help people grain wealth, success in life and career.

Bodhi DZI

Bodhi DZI represents kindness, justice, truth and wisdom. This DZI gives wearer a generous and forgiving heart. Wearing the Bodhi DZI Bead may help people walk in the right way in their life and help others always The Bodhi DZI should protect the wearer from disasters and help them avoid dangers.


WanZi DZI: Swastika DZI (CALLED WanZi DZI in Chinese). The Swastika pattern on the DZI represents the root of Buddhism ¨C everlasting and brightness. The Swastika was often placed over the heart of Buddha. This DZI is believed to help the wearer to speak universal law and help wearer to walk in the right way in their life. It brings happiness, wealth and prosperity.

Dorje DZI

The Dorje DZI Bead is believed to help the wearer banish evil energy and spirits, eliminate ignorance, increase sense of inspiration and light the path to enlightenment and nirvana.

Names: The meaning of the word "dZi" translates to "shine, brightness, clearness, splendor". In Traditional Chinese, the bead is called "heaven's bead" or "heaven's pearl" (ÌìÖé).

Design: Dzi stones are made from agate, and may have decorated symbols composed of circles, ovals, square, waves (zig zags), stripes, lines, diamonds, circles, squares, waves, and stripes and various other natural archetypal symbolic patterns. Colors will mainly range from browns to blacks with the pattern usually being in ivory white. Dzi beads can appear in different colours, shapes and sizes. The number of eyes on the stone usually signify different meanings. "Eyes" refers to the circular dot designs, and depending on their number and arrangement, represent different things. Sometimes the natural patterns (usually "layered" swirls) of the agate can be seen underneath or behind the decorated symbols and designs, and sometimes not. Some dzi beads sport what are referred to as "blood spots" which can be seen as red dots in the white areas, which are indicative of cinnabar content. This is highly desirable, but more rare. Another desirable effect is something called "N¨¡ga skin" or "dragon skin," which refers to the cracking patterns on the surface of the bead, which simulates scales. The word "waxy" is often used to describe dzi bead surface, which is the smoothing which occurs over a long period of time (presumably from wear), giving the bead a waxy appearance. Some dzi beads are simply polished agate and sport only the agate's natural patterning as decoration.

There are beads referred to as "chung dzi" or simply "chung beads" which are often highly polished agate designs, can be any variety of colors, may include hand carved designs, or they look very similar to a dzi bead but because of their depictions (for example, the shape of Quan Yin) are not true dzi. Chung dzis include such designs as yin-yang symbols, dragons, and other "newer" designs that were not around during the time true dzi beads were supposedly created. Chung dzi are believed to embody similar properties as dzi but should not be confused with true dzi beads (they often cost much less than true dzi).

Origin: Dzi stones may have made their first appearance between 2000 BC to 1000 BC, in ancient Tibet a few thousand were brought back by Tibetan soldiers from Persia.Dzis were crafted using agate as the base stone and then fabricated with lines and circles using unique ancient methods and techniques by Persian craftsmen. scientists these days can manufacture dzi stones in bulks easily but they too wonder the techniques and methods used by ancient craftsmens which still remain ambiguous and oblivious to all skeptics.[1]. Fear of the ¡°Evil eye¡± was taken very seriously by these people, so they created talismans with ¡°eyes¡± on them as a ¡°fight fire with fire¡± form of protection, as a matter of fact Lord Shiva who is revered as one of the Trinity in Hinduism possesses a "third eye".

While the origin surrounding Dzi beads is quite uncertain, it is socially accepted today that they are called "Tibetan beads". They are found primarily in Tibet, but also in neighbouring Bhutan, Ladakh and Sikkim. Shepherds and farmers pick them up in the grasslands or while cultivating fields. Because dZi are found in the earth, Tibetans cannot conceive of them as man-made. One reason the beads may be found near the surface in places such as freshly tilled fields, for example, are believed to be because ancient monks were burned in funeral pyres (wearing the beads), and long after the remains were gone, the beads therefore remained, and were found at later dates. Since knowledge of the bead is derived from oral traditions, few beads have provoked more controversy concerning their source, method of manufacture and even precise definition. In Tibetan culture they are believed to attract protector deities[2].

Supply and demand: Due to the unknown origin and high demand of the beads, there has been unquestionable counterfeiting in Asia. Some are replicas created for decorative purposes, and accepted by the general public. In Chinese culture, a necklace is believed to be genuine if it was obtained without monetary exchange, for example from a temple. The other cultural requirement is that one should not request or bribe for it.

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