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This Tibetan made prayer flag contains text with an homage to the Buddha. Each flag is hand silk screened on cotton for us by the Tibetan Nuns Project in Dharamsala, India. A portion of each purchase helps to provide them with a safe environment for furthering their studies.
Set of Crystal Quartz Reiki Stones comes in a black velvet-like carrying case with velcro closure for safekeeping your stones. All stones are made flat to lay on the body. Using the Reiki symbols in the correct stone for each chakra gives them ultimate/maximum healing and total balancing abilities. They are great teaching tools and excellent for working on specific areas of the body. These are excellent for the seasoned and practicing reiki student, master and teacher.
The llama is the most cherished animal of Peru and the ultimate symbol of service. The Inca deity Urcuchillay was depicted in the form of a multicolored llama. This solid brass stylized statue of the standing camelid is a great arte for your altar or mesa. Adopt this llama as your own symbol of service. Your choice of height sizes from 2 - 3.5 inches high.
This unique set of prayer flags contain some of the most important deities, saints and sacred symbols in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Padmasambhava on blue, the Windhorse on white, Milarepa on red, Tara on green and the Kalachakra symbol on yellow. The five flag colors represent the five elements: Blue (earth), White (water), Red (fire), Saffron (infinite space), and Green (cosmic winds). Each one is printed from hand carved woodblocks in the traditional manner. Enjoy the slow fading of color as they hang in the elements. To dispose of old flags with respect, please burn them. Set of five.
This very tiny white metal statue represents Kuan Yin, seated on a lotus flower. In her hands, Kuan Yin holds a vase with water. This miniature 1 inch statue is called Quan Yin, also spelled Guan Yin, or Kwan Yin, and she is the bodhisattva of compassion venerated by East Asian Buddhists. Commonly known as the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin is also revered by Chinese Taoists as an Immortal. The name Kuan Yin is short for Kuan Shih Yin (Guan Shi Yin) which means Observing the Sounds of the World. This very tiny statue is a good travel companion and will also be at home on your altar. India-made.
This tiny white metal statue represents Kuan Yin, standing and wearing her headdress and in flowing robes, she holds a vase with water. This is a miniature, almost 2 inch high, statue of Quan Yin, also spelled Guan Yin, or Kwan Yin, the Bodhisattva of compassion venerated by East Asian Buddhists. Commonly known as the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin is also revered by Chinese Taoists as an Immortal. The name Kuan Yin is short for Kuan Shih Yin (Guan Shi Yin) which means Observing the Sounds of the World. This tiny statue is a good travel companion and will also be at home on your altar. India-made.