Tara Midi ring
The Tara Midi Ring represents a connection or bond with a special person. The wearer of the Tara Midi Ring is expressing their feelings “inner bond” for somebody that has been there for them in harder times, something that will last eternally.
The Tara Midi Ring is a symbol how you have been through difficult times but you have now reached inner peace with the help of an other or in some cases “others”. An eternal bond is everlasting, it is one of the most powerful “invisible” connections known to man. An unbreakable bond that will last forever between two soulmates.
Tara Midi symbols date back from the early 1600’s and originate from Eastern countries such as Tibet and Japan. In Tibet, “Tara” is a female Buddha that represents “the mother of liberation” and represents the achievements in work and successes. As you can notice, this ties in with the Tara Midi Ring wonderfully as somebody hits hard times, a lot of work and encouragement is needed to come though it.
Tara Buddhism is often practiced to build inner qualities and understanding about emptiness and compassion. Tara is actually a word for various Buddhas of similar aspects such as yellow Tara that symbolizes wealth and fortune, or white Tara that symbolizes healing, long life and compassion. There are many more colours of Tara that all has a different life focus, but the ones mentioned are the closest resemblance for the Tara Midi Ring.