Organic Wood Phone Case - Lotus Flower - Tanganica
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Organic wood phone case. Wood species: Tanganica. Origin: Tanganyika, East and West Africa
If you want a unique, all-natural, handmade and hand-oiled wooden mobile phone case, you found it. Each case is oiled and finished by hand and made from the best and most exquisite wood. Each case is also unique because no two pieces of wood are ever the same. That’s why the grain and coloring can be slightly different in each case. The case is warm and pleasant to the touch, very thin, and rubber-coated to prevent slipping.
The Lotus flower is regarded as a symbol of purity, peace, enlightenment, self-regeneration, rebirth and eternity. The imperfect microscopic surface texture provides nothing for water droplets to hold onto, so they slip off and carry impurities with them. These characteristics are a perfect analogy for the human condition: even when its roots are in the dirtiest waters, the Lotus produces the most beautiful flower.
In Buddhism the flower represents enlightenment. The stages of growth the flower passes through reflect the stages of enlightenment that a Buddhist must achieve; when the petals are closed they represent the darkness a Buddhist must pass through on the path to enlightenment; once the flowers bloom they reflect the blossoming of the disciple’s enlightenment.
Lotuses appear in several different colors, and each one has its own spiritual significance.
White Lotus: Purity of mind, an evolved spirit.
Pink Lotus: Perfection. A pink lotus represents the Buddha himself.
Blue Lotus: Represents the spirit’s conquest over the senses.
Red Lotus: Symbolizes Avalokiteshwara, the bodhisattva of compassion.
Yellow Lotus: The achievement of enlightenment.
Quick snap-on/snap-off case
Unique natural wood grain and finish
Precision laser cut wood and engraving
Handcrafted in Europe
The recyclable PU case is made in an SGS certified non-toxic production environment
Full phone encasing with above-screen lip and durability for maximum protection