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Dzi Appearance

They may have etched symbols composed of circles, ovals, square, waves (zig zags), stripes, lines, diamonds, circles, squares, waves, and stripes and various other natural symbolic patterns. Colours will mainly range from browns to blacks with the pattern usually being in ivory white. Dzi can appear in different colours, shapes and sizes.

1 Eyed Dzi

The pearl of brilliance / merit / wisdom / cleansing and power to realize and fulfill the most important wish in your life of light / brings forth hope.



Promote safety and obstacle cleansing and attraction of all auspicious signs to the owner. Obstacles faced by the owner will be netted by the unique pattern and to collect merits. This dzi can assist the owner with possessing the ability to see a brighter future and bring hope in any endeavor. It also signifies auspiciousness.

"One Eyed" is a symbol of enhanced human wisdom and happiness for life, realizes your wishes. This powerful eye is believed to enhance knowledge and education.


Practical Benefits:

Increase brightness, intelligence and enhancement in specific talents, especially great for kids, youths teachers, lecturers or those who are in school. It also promises luck in advancement and success, which means those who are seeking for victory in their endeavors will have their dreams come true. The 1-Eye dzi is also excellent to achieve brilliance, clarify thoughts and create calmness.


Suitable For:

Those who born in the Chinese years of the Horse, Sheep or Monkey.

2 Eyed Dzi

Matrimonial harmony / family bliss and togetherness / love / career / success / wisdom. Keeps relationship strengthen, happy and prosperous. Universal compassion.



Wear for a happy and stable marriage and a blissful harmonious family, ensures success and also improves human wisdom. This particular item is very popular in Tibet to be worn to promote the Bodhisattva nature, compassion and all thing abundance to the owner. Represents the harmonious concept of Yin & Yang.


The concept of Yin & Yang governs every relationship in this world, bringing about balance in life, energy, relations and should ideally be complementary.


Yang is represented by light or day, activity or movement, strength and rigidity, and also male energy. Yin is symbolized by darkness, flexibility, softness, stationery energy, is silent and also female energy.


The 2 Eyed Dzi is thus significant for enhancing stability and togetherness, the most important element in every family. Brings forth good energy in building relationships with people. The dzi helps individual’s thought, wisdom and action, allowing efficient pursuit of career and goals in a wiser manner.


Practical Benefits:

To bless singles with love luck which results in a strong relationship that will blossom to become a successful marriage. Besides, it is also best for those seeking to strengthen their love ties. Therefore, it would help partners rekindle their broken relationships. For those who are already married, wear this dzi periodically to re-energize the passion and love of the marriage.


Suitable For:

Those who are born in the Chinese years of the Dog, Rooster or Pig.

3 Eyed Dzi

Prosperity, Happiness and Longevity. Receive blessings from wealth god of Tibet. Ability to see opportunity and obtain it.



Symbolizes rolling in heavy wealth. The 3 Eyed Dzi & is said to be the manifestation of the expression of the Hindu wealth god, the ”Kubera”. He originates from the Himalayas, but is worshiped by other Buddhists as well from around the world.


In Tibet, he is known as “Jambala”. Two eyes represent his eyes and the other one is his mouth. Having performed austerities for a thousand years, in regard for which Brahma asked him to safeguard and distribute evenly the treasures of the earth by karmic rewards.

Enables one to connect to all 3 key components i.e. Body, Mind & Heart. Achieve good health, happiness & wealth.


Among the dzi culture, the 3 Eyed Dzi is regarded as the unofficial “wealth”. This dzi is believed to still possess the power to make conditions favorable, for which the owner enjoys general fortune, not only in terms of wealth, but also great happiness and prosperity. It will enhance its owner’s ability to accumulate wealth by crystallizing money-making opportunities for him. It represents the three stars of luck including longevity with health and continuous fortune.


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4 Eyed Dzi

Clearance of obstacles, increasing merit and longevity by the four bodhisattvas: Avalokitesvara, Manjushri, Ksitigarbha and Samantabhadra.



The 4 eyes on this dzi is a symbolism of the 4 major Bodhisattvas:

* Avalokitesvara (Chenrezig)  – Compassion, Supreme Love, Protector from Danger

* Manjushri – Buddha’s Wisdom and Powers, Memory, Intelligence

* Ksitigarbha – Earth Witness (Earth Touching Mudra), Wish Giving

* Samantabhadra  – (Dharmakaya) Universal Goodness, Head of 16 Boddhisattvas


This dzi is endowed with the significance of these 4 major bodhisattvas, increase the wearer’s wisdom, compassion, releases human suffering and brings forth general good fortune in human life.


This dzi assists to Grant Wishes, Serves as a Protectors, and Power to Ward off Evil Spirits, Clearance of Obstacles, and Increasing Merit & Longevity by the 4 Bodhisattvas. Helps To Overcome Negative Forces & Thoughts, Clears Obstacles, Increases Merits & Longevity, Subdue Demons.


Suitable For:
Those born in the Chinese years of the Rabbit, Dragon or Snake.

5 Eyed Dzi

Five Directional Wealth Gods – (White) Accumulate wealth / (Yellow) Good luck and material gain / (Red) Gain useful people, more money, valuables and food / (Black) Good fortune / (Green) Fulfill success.



  • White Jambala – Cure Diseases, Rid Poverty & Sins, Charity, Accumulate wealth
  • Yellow Jambala – Good Luck and Virtues, Long Life, Intelligence, Gain Material & Spiritual Benefits
  • Red Jambala – Social Position, Talented People, More Money, Valuables and Food
  • Black Jambala – Eliminate Resentment, Theft, Diseases, Cheats, Barriers and Obtain Benefits
  • Green Jambala – Success, Wishes, Wealth, Eliminate ill Omen and Other Hindrance.

A dzi for wealth and prosperity in all areas of life, spiritual and businesses. 5 eyed patterns come in several styles.


Some patterns are organized, some random and also the thunder & lightning symbol. All 5 eyed regular s assist with the following. To Attract Blessings, Success, Career Advancements, Wisdom and All Auspicious signs to the Owner.


The 5 eyed regular is considered a magical item and is highly sought after.


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6 Eyed Dzi

Liberation from the 6 realms (aggression / losses / carelessness / anger & quarrelsome / suffering / sadness). Help development of the 6 paramitas (joyous effort / ethics / concentration / giving & love / wisdom / determination). Clear bad karma. Good Luck.


The 6 Eyed Dzi is believed to eliminate the sadness and sufferings in life and to accumulate knowledge of the middle way, while helping us cultivate our giving and love nature. Helping the owner to find the root of happiness and good karma through joyous effort and correct ethics. It is believed that this dzi has the power to attract good luck for its owner.


The 6 Eyed Dzi will help its owner to achieve liberation from the 6 realms. It is also able to help its owner to develop his 6 paramitas. Paramita refers to the perfection of which ferries one beyond the sea of suffering and mortality to Nirvana.


The six Paramitas are the following: 
- Dana (joyous effort)
- Sila (ethics)
- Dshanti (concentration)
- Birya  (giving & love)
- Dhyana (wisdom)
- Prajna (determination)



Variation: 6 Eyed Dragon Dzi
This particular dzi represents the Mantra OM MANI PADME HUM. It is the Root of Happiness & Good Karma. This dzi can help to overcome negative forces from foes & competitors. Dragons are considered to reside at and perhaps to be the source of life, and from which all physical life comes. Achieve happiness, wealth & success.


Dragons love their wealth. They love to hoard and gather all forms of wealth to themselves. Remember that wealth is not necessarily abundance. The dragon dzi may assist the owner with learning how to roll in wealth.


Dragons hoard their riches, thus assisting the owner in learning how to keep and maintain their wealth while gaining yet greater wealth.


Dragons are considered by Tibetans to be at the top of the animal hierarchy. They are the strongest physically, mentally, spiritually and magically. All dragons are alchemists, breathing fire and creating magic. Dragons are masters of manifestation and materialization. Dragons live in the dimensions between earth and heaven. When dragons are in the earth dimension they will generally live in great caves where they can move around easily. This makes the dragon very useful in assisting the owner of the dzi to delve into and understand their subconscious and unconscious minds. Dragons can seek out saboteurs, stopping the unconscious minds from sabotaging the creations of the owner. They have had to hide to stay alive for so many millennia that they have become great at finding things lost, and perceiving even the slightest threat. This makes dragon extremely great protectors and masters of subtly.


Dragons bring both of these skills with them to assist their master.


Dragons will only respond to a human if they are its master. Each dragon dzi is connected to a dragon, and each dragon may be connected to several different Dzis. This dzi connects the human owner to the dragon they will master. Thus this dzi is known as “The King of Dzi”.

Practical Benefits:
The 6 Eyed dzi is the best dzi for working people. This dzi helps to eliminate problems caused by oneself or others in the corporate and office environment e.g gossips, power struggle, discomfort and etc. It can diversify emotion and attitude to change for the better to create a perfect harmony in every daily environment. The dzi is also known for its strengthening of religious efforts.


Suitable For:
Everyone but especially go for those born in the years of the Chinese Horse, Sheep or Monkey.

7 Eyed Dzi

The achievement of the 7 happiness and auspicious human needs. Perfection, material, career, wealth, health, longevity and relationships.


Brings in good luck in terms of career development, a happy marriage and encourage success. The 7 Eyed is said to represent the Big Dipper constellation in the universe. Composed of 7 stars, Tibetans believe that the Big Dipper is the manifestation of the 7 medicine Buddhas.


The medicine Buddha resides in our own mind, embodying healing forces dormant within, activated through compassionate motivation, visualization and recitation of the mantra, hence removing obstacles or “self-limiting conceptions” which prevents the actualization of one’s potential.


Practical Benefits:
This dzi is a most wanted among dzi collectors. Testimonials have said that this dzi brought great abundance and good luck to its owner. This dzi is also said to create a smooth path in all endeavors, windfall luck and provided for all the owner needs and necessity.

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8 Eyed Dzi

Helps avoid calamities and injuries, ensures safety in human life. This dzi helps the owner to receive blessings from the 8 directional Bodhisattvas.


- Manjushri – Buddha’s Wisdom and Powers, Memory, Intelligence
- Vajrapani – Treasure of Buddha’s Secrets, Dharma Protector, Dispel Obstacles and Illness
- Avalokiteshvara – Compassion, Supreme Love, Protector from Danger
- Kshitigarbha – Earth Witness (Earth Touching Mudra), Wish Giving
- Sarvanivaranaviskambini – Purifier of All Hindrences
- Akashagarbha – Essense of Space Goodness
- Maitreya – Buddha of Future, Dharma Teaching, Liberation, Enlightenment (Happy Buddha)
- Samantabhadra – (Dharmakaya) Earth Goodness, Head of 16 Boddhisattvas


Blessings of the 8 Directional Bodhisattvas Manjushri, Vajrapani, Avalokiteshvara, Kshitigarbha, Sarvanivaranaviskambini, Akashagarbha, Maitreya, Samantabhadra & pacifying the 8 Harms (misunderstanding / miscommunication / carelessness / misconduct / depression / fatigue / ignorance / misleading).


The 8 Eyed dzi has also one known interpretation by a revered lama as follows. The 8 eyes represent the 8 Auspicious Signs of Tibet. You can refer to the 13 eyed dzi explanation for the 8 treasures (auspicious sign). The qualities of the 8 treasures create harmony & fulfillment within a person, destroy all obstacles and bring impetus in facing the daily challenges of life. This Dzi also helps to guard against calamities and catastrophes. Assists the owner in finding comfort and staying on their right path.


Practical Benefits:
The 8 Eyed dzi is the most sought after dzi during Feng Shui Period 8 (2004-2024) because it becomes very important during this period and exerts very powerful force to manifest ultimate good luck due to its auspicious number “8”. The 8 Eyes represent 8 magical realms in the heaven known as “tien lung par pu” and pacifies 8 types of harm to gain entry to the right path. It is also excellent to protect against obstacles and “shar chi” (harmful Qi). It will bring turnaround luck from bad to good for everyone during this Period of 8. Many problems can be solved by wearing this dzi.


Suitable for:
Everyone and especially those born in the Chinese years of the Rat, Ox or Tiger.

9 Eyed Dzi

Nine-fold Merits on charity done. Highly benefits – compassion / glory / protection / fame / dignity / power / authority / control / reputation. Help in high achievements for businesses, career and stability. Removal of obstacles and bring safety..

9 Eyed dzi is the ‘Emperor’ of all dzi, the more expensive and sought after dzi of all. The 9 Eyed dzi is one of the most sought after because it is believed to represent the 9 planetary systems and its essence. Among Dzi collectors, there is a saying that someone can only be called a true Dzi collector if he possesses at least one good 9 Eyed dzi!


Builds up a lenient and caring heart for you, helps you gain fame and benefits. Increases the owner’s wealth. This dzi is also touted as a window to wisdom, achieve good health, success, gain power, compassion, glory, and expelling evil & acts as a protector.


The 9 Eyed dzi endows the wearer to expand his intelligence and wisdom. This type of dzi is also well documented in modern Asian circles for its “mysticism” and “power” by several people who have worn them and survived near death experiences. For example, one of the few survivors of the Nagoya plane crash was wearing one of the 9 Eyed dzi.


This dzi is often considered the unofficial wealth. The dzi rolls in wealth. The wealth will be gained through one’s own work. This dzi attracts attention and assists in causing fame to increase. This entrepreneur dzi helps the owner in finding their ideas and strengths. It is believed that the 9 eyed dzi is able assist its owner in achieving the accumulation of meritorious virtue, increases compassionate, separates from suffering and gains advantage.

Variation: 9 Eyed Turtle Back Longevity Dzi:
In addition to the above mentioned qualities for a 9 eyed dzi, this dzi ensures longevity in good health. The turtle-back motif dzi is for cultivating good health, leading to longevity and strengthening determination in work accomplishment. It renders protection from sickness caused by spirits & gives bodily protection. It is believed that the turtle back dzi is able to protect the wearer from sickness and diseases. Furthermore, the dzi is believed to be able to promote good health and speedy recovery from sickness.


Practical Benefits:
Due to testimonials of 9 eyed dzi owner from all corners of the world, almost all feng shui enthusiasts crave to have their own 9 eyed dzi for all kinds of good fortune, divine protection, good health, wealth, prosperity from heaven, double longevity, victory over foes, windfall luck and ultimate good luck; protected by the Buddha’s eyes. This dzi will enable the wearer to gain power and influence. It brings the most complete blessings, which helps to remove negative sins and dissolves all obstacles and blockages along your path. It could also protect the wearer against all kinds of misfortune and harm from evil.


Suitable for:
Best suited for businessmen, those who intend to do business, managerial and chief positions, executives, leaders and etc. Also to those born in the years of the Chinese Rabbit, Dragon or Snake.

10 Eyed Dzi

Compassion / fulfill all needs / avoid unnecessary temptation / truth / kindness / increase in power & virtue / good wishes & intentions / accuracy & clarity leading to success. Great influence & perfection.


Removes obstacles in the road of one’s career development, helps one gain favorable comments from others, and portents a happy relationship with your spouse.

Pure 10 Eyed dzi is a symbol of perfection in everything. The pure Dzi signifies the clearance of obstacles, an increase in power and virtue, and is said to have a great influence on success in life.

It helps to remove karmic hindrances, increases respect-inspiring virtues and to live a joyful life perfect in every way.


Practical Benefits:
The 10 Eyed dzi plays the most important role in purifying one’s karma. If one has been suffering from prolonged bad luck due to his/her heaven’s luck, this is the dzi to purify his past and current doings to enhance his luck for the future. It is also the dzi that increases wisdom and instill one’s charisma which is important for anyone who desires to be a leader.


This dzi will also bless one with a perfect life so that he can achieve complete “10/10” in marriage, career, spiritual, health and attitude.


Suitable for:
This dzi is a general that can be worn by all walks of life. It can improve living standards and self upgrading. Also for those born in the Chinese years of the Rooster, Dog or Boar.

11 Eyed Dzi

The Five Dhyani Buddhas helping to achieve 5 paths and 5 detachments. Strenghtening prayers and bestow blessings. The six-syllable mantra ‘Om Ma Ni Pad Me Hung’. Treasure of the lineages, wisdom and the accumulation of happiness.


5 Dhyani Buddha, also called Jinas (Victors or Conquerors) 5 Skandhas (Component of Cosmic Existence)


- Akshobhya – Buddha of -Consciousness, Perfection, Subdue Demons
- Ratnasambhava – Buddha of Nature, Senses, Gift Bestowing
- Vairochana – Buddha of Dharma, Wisdom, Preaching, Observing
- Amitabha – Buddha of Boundless Light, Wish Fulfilling, Meditation, Jewels, Salvation
- Amoghasiddhi – Buddha of Conformation, Practice, Strength, Abide to Law

11 Eyed dzi is regarded as a magical object to accumulate spiritual awareness. It helps to eradicate evil intentions and reduces craving, leading to peace of the heart and mind. It can prevent mishaps and dangers and create a safe environment to smoothen the path to success.


This powerful dzi therefore blesses one with wealth luck and wisdom, leading one to perform good deeds. It brings protection from negativities and evil energy.


Suitable for:
Anyone who wants to improve spiritual wisdom and practice the path. Also for those who need special protection.

12 Eyed Dzi

Confidence / fearless / gallantry / wisdom / reputation / intellectual / helpfulness / appreciated / togetherness / consciousness / clear speech and feeling / contacts.


Fearlessness & gallantry, symbolizes fulfillment of all wishes, in all aspects. This powerful dzi represents extra energies to overcome fear and obstacles. It empowers one with the ability to surpass expectations and attain fame and recognition. It also fulfils one’s needs and desires for excellence.


A 12 Eyed dzi stands for courage, fame and reputation. In the Sutra of the Medicine Buddha, there were 12 Heavenly Generals who were present when the historical Buddha (Shakyamuni) first introduced the Medicine Buddha Sutra.

They were believed to have offered protection during 12 daylight hours, otherwise known popularly as the Chinese Zodiac. This dzi is said to represent them.


The mysticism of the 12 Eyed dzi is that it is known as a Buddhist cintamani of sorts, or a wish-fulfilling jewel. It has the power to answer to every fervent wish that you make, and in the process earn a name and create fame for yourself. However, no matter what an individual wishes for and obtains, he is still responsible for his own actions, governed by the karmic cycle of reward or retribution.


Practical Benefits:
Recommended for those in any dangerous occupation (e.g. the armed forces, policemen, firemen… etc) which requires bravery and extra protection from the 12 Heavenly Generals. For those who are shy or timid and are desirous of change, this dzi will help to instill courage in them. Also suitable for speech givers, multi level marketing, exams and those who are starting a new career. Higher education lecturers of any kind will benefit from this dzi.


Best suited to those born in the years of the Chinese Rooster, Dog or Boar.

13 Eyed Dzi

Mental and body tranquility. Inherit the 5 paths of Dhyani Buddha and 8 auspicious blessings (blessings / everlasting fortune / long-life / purification / awakening / infinite wisdom / victory and success).

The 8 Auspicious Signs of Tibet

- Parasol (Duk) – Protect Agaisnt All Evil, For High Ranking
- Banner (Thanjha) – Buddha’s Teaching
- Conch Shell (Thungkhar) – Good Luck, Glory, Absence of Negativity
- Mystic Knot (Patta) – Long Life, Eternal Love
- Vessel (Phumpa) – Abundance, Elixir of Immortality, Spiritual, Wealth
- Golden Fish (Shen-Nya) – Salvation from suffering, Fruitfulness
- Lotus (Pema) – Beauty and Purity
- Wheel (Chuyki-Korlo) – Eightfold Path, Completion, Salvation


Allows one to learn to communicate with the ancestors as well as other dimensions and realities. The dzi allows one to communicate with extra-terrestrials. It also helps one with all forms of communication and expression.


The mystical 13 Eyed dzi is imbued with the blessings of the 5 Dhyani Buddhas, represented by 5 circles on one side of the . They are namely Amitabha, represented in the centre of the 4 circles, and the other 4 are Akshobya, Amoghasiddhi, Ratnasambhava and Vairochana. The 5 Dhyani Buddhas are celestial Buddhas visualized during meditation. The word Dhyani is derived from the Sanskrit dhyana, meaning “meditation.”


The Dhyani Buddhas are considered to be great healers of the mind and soul. They are not historical figures, like Buddha Shakyamuni, but transcendent beings who symbolize universal divine principles or forces. They represent various aspects of the enlightened consciousness and are guides to spiritual transformation.


On the other side of the dzi, the 8 circles represent the 8 Auspicious Signs of Tibet: The qualities of the 8 Auspicious Signs create harmony & fulfillment within a person, and impetus in facing the daily challenges of life.


Also helps to guard against calamities and catastrophes. Together the 13 eyes of the dzi are significant of mental tranquility and reaching the ultimate goal of Nirvana & Enlightenment. Helps owner to find success in seeking the middle path, by not obsessing for extremes in all sides. This dzi can become a source of power to blend well and help to energize your body, giving you a sense of wholeness, balance and empowerment. The 13 eyed dzi symbolizes mental tranquility, and helps you to reach an apex in terms of virtue.


Suitable for:
Best suited to those born in the years of the Chinese Rooster, Dog or Boar.

15 Eyed Dzi

Attract 7 precious in life – mindfulness, wisdom, energy, joy, tranquility, concentration and General (equanimity) and 8 treasures for human. Correct understanding, view, speech, action, livelihood, effort, mindfulness, concentration. Obtain Heavenly blessings. Achieve all your wishes.


The 7 precious in life:

  • Wheel (Manjushri, Mindfulness,Sovereignty)
  • Elephant (Bajrapani, Wisdom, Steadfastness)
  • Horse (Energy, Lung, Victory)
  • Jewel (Ratnapani, Joy, Compassion)
  • Queen (Avalokiteswara, Lotus, Light, Tranquility)
  • Minister (Control, Clarity, Concentration)
  • General (Equanimity, Leadership, Strength)

Wish Fulfilling, Blessed By The Heaven God. This dzi also helps in heightening the power speech by removing obstacles from the throat chakra. Disentangles the 8 kind of distress of the human life – Disasters of harm, violent, losses, drowning, enemies, cheat, law and evil.


Practical Benefits

The rare 15 Eyed dzi blesses us with heaven’s luck. When one’s heaven luck is activated, he or she will enjoy long term windfall, all sorts of opportunities and good luck from all directions. This means you will have a smooth, easy and unobstructed ride for your undertakings. Bestow victory and control. This is especially important for those who work with people relation, embark on big projects, competitive undertakings, risky businesses, investment and important endeavors.


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21 Eyed Dzi

Enhances your natural magic power and help to realize desires to the maximum extent. Achieve the highest form of human and spiritual divination. Enhance meditation level. Holistic healing. Inheriting of – true / objective / ultimate / self-powered / self-sufficient / independent / intrinsically / existence.


Magnifying power, wish fulfilling, attaining physical & spiritual power at its highest. Enhances one’s ability to give life and to restore life. This dzi incorporates to the highest degree all the other eyed dzis.


Assists the owner in obtaining a state of meditation. The owner must be strong pure of heart and mind if he wishes to accept everything this dzi has to offer including the blessings of 21 Taras.


This dzi offers the greatest wealth, health, strength, power, and magic. This is an extremely rare and highly sought after dzi. Magnifies and amplifies all of the characteristics of all of the other eyed dzis into one dzi. Though most collectors obtain this dzi to increase their concentration for prayers, many have also used this dzi to help others.


Practical Benefits:
The 21 Eyed dzi is the most powerful of all because it represents the highest level of attainment for both human and deity in heaven.


Suitable for:
Holistic & Alternative healers, Doctors, Practitioners, Reiki, Gi Gong, Yogis, Gurus and best suited to those born in the Chinese years of the Rat, Dragon or Snake. The 21 eyed dzi is also suitable to bless those who seek extreme power such as a leader in a corporate, a general in the military, the headmaster of a school or a director of a business.