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Spinner Ring Origins and Uses

October 20th, 2015 in engraved, Men's Fashion, Tungsten, Wedding, Wedding Rings

Spinner wedding rings have a unique feature that no other wedding band contains, but the meaning behind the spinning motion is far more powerful than most realize! Spinner rings derive from the ancient religion of Buddhism where Tibetan Buddhist used metal spinning cylinders with sacred text engraved on outer surface to recite and perform their religious practices. The spinning motion is believed to naturally help calm the mind of Tibetan Buddhist while simultaneously increasing good karma and ridding of any bad energy as they recited there religious literature. “Wheel prayer” is the name given by the Ancient Tibetan Buddhists that perform these practices.

Hundreds of years later, the same spinning methods are influential and sought after by modern consumers. The same practices apply to modern spinner rings, where the constant fidgeting of your finger against the spinning metal of the ring helps calm the mind. Several studies have shown that the repetitive motion of constantly spinning and playing with the spinning feature of the ring helps calm the mind from any distractions or negativity. An individual’s anxiety and stress fades away as the mind focuses on constantly spinning the ring. Spinner rings are not just about the fashion and style of having a cool ring to wear, but actually having a deeper meaning that can benefit one’s life physically and mentally.

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