Budha Girl Serenity Prayer All Weather Gold Bangles - Set of 9
These amazing bangles have unique qualities; they are waterproof, weightless, soundless, TSA proof...life perfect. Each of the nine gold bangles is meant to represent an intention for your day.
As you put them on, you are affirming your intentions in the morning and when you remove them in the evening, thoughts of gratefulness for your day. This daily ritual will settle your mind at the beginning and end of each day.
Our bangles are made with gold dust filament suspended in flexible, polyvinyl carbonate rings, and sealed with our exclusive BuDhaGirl prayer beads, allowing them to go from the pool, to the office, and to the airport all without needing to leave your wrist.
You can wear your All Weather Gold Bangles anywhere without being afraid of tarnish or any kind of sound. Our All Weather Gold Bangles are made with gold dust filament suspended in flexible, polyvinyl carbonate rings, and sealed with our exclusive BuDhaGirl prayer beads, allowing them to go from the pool, to the office, and to the airport (they’re TSA proof) all without needing to leave your wrist.
Our All Weather Gold Bangles come in a set of nine, and feature a Serenity prayer bead in each bangle.
BuDhaGirl All Weather Bangles are made of polycarbonate tubing that is a semi-flexible material, so there is a little give when you slide the bangles over your hand. Part of the intention setting is mindfully stretching each bangle onto your hand, and once they are on your wrist they will fit comfortably. Please note the bangles should feel a bit tight going on, but once they reach your wrist they fit perfectly and loose.
The Serenity Prayer is not new, although in modern times it is attributed to Reinhold Niebuhr. Epictetus had a version, the Jewish philosopher Solomon ibn Gabirol had a version, and even W.W. Bartley had a version with a Mother Goose rhyme dated 1695. The prayer is simple yet powerful: God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.