Padmasambhava Tsha Tsha Empowered Tablet: Tibet, 20th Century No.6Padmasambhava - the famous Tantric Buddha of Tibet. He is Dharmic knowledge and compassion and excites great Transformative Power. Tibetan ceremonial offering 'Tsha-Tsha' Tablet from Tibet. Made of clay from a sacred river or st..
Pendant: Quartz Double DorjeVajra in Sanscrit / Dorje in TibetanThe Vajra is considered to be one of the highest spiritual symbols in BuddhismA powerful and unique tool it's intrinsic power and presence radiates Compassion.The Vajra has the energy required to lift the hinderances of illusion th..
Pendant: Sacred Geometry Chakra Awaken your fullness. It is a symbol of becoming. The Chakra energy stones are genuine and faceted, set in sterling silver with semi-precious stones of Garnet, Carnelian, Citrine, Peridot, Aquamarine, Amethyst, Fluorite. Size: 1.5" diameter...
Pendant: Shiva Wheel of Fire with Chakra StonesSet in sterling silver with semi-precious stones of Garnet, Carnelian, Citrine, Peridot, Aquamarine, Amethyst, Fluorite. Stimulate the fires of change within. Size 1.75" diameter...
Phurpa: QuartzWithin Buddhist Ceremony the Phurpa transforms anger into understanding; loathing into love; negative energy into positive forces. Ideal for activating energy and transmuting negative energy to positive energy. Made of Himalayan quartz, A Phurpa/Phurba is an ancient Himalayan..
Phurpa: Quartz, SmallThe Phurpa transforms anger into understanding; loathing into love; negative energy into positive forces. Ideal for activating energy and transmuting negative energy to positive energy.Made of Himalayan quartz, A Phurpa/Phurba is an ancient Himalayan 3 sided (triple bladed)..
Tibetan Prayer Carpet: 20th CenturyA wonderful example of Tibetan tribal rug making. With 100 knots per square inch it was hand woven in the same fashion that has created quality woolen rugs for centuries. It's design is that of the tiger symbolizing power and elegance. Made of wool it is color..
Prayer Flag: Buddhist, Pole StyleHistorically prayer flags were flown to guarantee good fortune within the nomadic communities of Tibet, however, this ritual shifted and assumed a more expanded significance. Their design now includes mantras, images of Bodhisattvas & auspicious symbols represent..
Prayer Wheels: Tibet, 20th CenturyThese prayer wheels are leather and copper. The mantra 'Om Mani Padme Hum' is written in Sanskrit on a long scroll inside the wheel. Tibetan Buddhist spin such a wheel to release the prayers for all beings and to accumulate meritorious benefits. The larger wheel is ..
Quan Yin Statue: Wooden Bust Quan Yin is the beautiful 'life giving' protection deity Tara. She is the Goddess Mother which emerged from the tears of the All-Compassionate Avalokiteshvara Buddha. The embodiment of compassion, she holds the vase which holds the 'nectar of life' and offers i..