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Our intricately hand carved, alabaster-like stone tile features the revered Incan animal totem Amaru, the serpent. Amaru rests coiled in bas relief on a background of other Andean symbols. Expertly carved by shamanic artists, Abelaro and Luz Marina in Peru.
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Our composed and serene visage of the Buddha is ready to hang on your wall. Elaborately styled hair, and downcast eyes, this antiqued brass piece is inspiring and can be hung anywhere in your house where you want to recall peace and inner happiness. Made in Nepal.
Each kernel on this corn cob totem is carefully hand-carved from Cusco stone, an alabaster-like stone. Created by shamanic artists Abelardo & Luz Marina. A great addition for your altar. Product may vary slightly from image due to the handmade nature. Hand crafted in Peru.
Carved from Peruvian huamanga stone, this detailed closed right hand, complete with fingernails and skin folds, clutches a corn cob in the palm, as a right-facing serpent spirals around the wrist. It represents the Incan Brotherhood. Hand carved in Peru.
The aromatic wood of the sustainably harvested kadam tree is our choice for replacing our traditional offering of Sandalwood malas. Kadam tree flowers provide an enticing fragrance. Commercially, they are used in the creation of attar, a scented oil for Indian perfumes, as well as all kinds of carpentry. The flowers are associated with the monsoon season when they are known to bloom. The monsoon thunder signals the buds to open, and the winds become laden with their perfume. Even the hollows of kadam tree trunks collect rain water flavoured with the kadam flower sweetness. Counting mantras with this fragrant rosary will scent the fingers. Comes in a beautiful cloth bag.
Our Medicine Buddha Gift Box holds many ritual objects for your daily practice including a tiny Buddha figurine, Khata (traditional Tibetan greeting scarf), Tea Candle, Aromatic Medicine Buddha solid incense sticks, gilded ceramic bodhi leaf-shaped stick incense burner, and a set of Tibetan Flags. On the outside of the handmade lokta paper box, depicted in gold colored Tibetan script, is a rendering of the Medicine Buddha and the Mantra recited every day for success and to help eliminate the problems, unhappiness and suffering we don’t want and gain the success, happiness, inner growth and realizations of the path that we do want. Lord Buddha said even animals who hear this mantra will never be reborn in the lower realms. The highly attained Kyabje Choumlden Rinpoche said if one recites this mantra at the time of death one will be reborn in the pure land. so recite it not only for healing, but also to benefit people and animals all the time, whether they’re living or dying. You can take our compact 6 x 6 inch Medicine Buddha Box with you when you travel. The inside lid also bears the image of Buddha and the short form of the mantra. Handmade in Nepal.
What else could this brass statue set represent but fertility? We lovingly refer to them as Pachamama and Pachapapa. Use these figures as you invoke and balance your feminine and masculine energies. Covered in a aesthetically appealing brass patina. Handcrafted in Peru.
The shamans and curanderos of the Peruvian northern coast use staffs like this one, carved from the wood of a chonta palm, as implements used in connection with their healing mesas. Arranged in an upright row at the head of this ceremonial altar along with swords or long knives, these staffs hold the energy of each of the shaman’s many helpful, healing saints and spirits. These staffs are also typically used as a part of the shamanic all-night San Pedro ceremony. Insert yours directly into the earth or in a container of sand at the top edge of your mesa. Because of the handmade nature, your staff may vary slightly from the image. Hand carved in Peru.
Our beautifully detailed handmade doll is designed by Peruvian artisans from cotton fabric using plant material for the inner stuffing. This doll is holding what appears to be a musical instrument, likely a flute of some sort. She is wearing a long striped dress with an apron and a shawl and headband around her head. Extra care has gone into the embroidery of the facial features. She stands 10 inches tall and is 3 inches wide. Handmade in Peru.
We like to call this piece our Ramulet. Amulets like this hand-carved, curly-horned ram were traditionally used as offerings for fertility and prosperity. Buff colored, marble-like stone talismans were once used among the Quechua and Aymara people for ensuring the reproductive fertility of their domestic animals and hence their prosperity as a people. Stands 2.5 inches high and 1.5 inches long and 1.0 inch wide. This one comes with its own colorful hand-woven textile pouch. Carved in Peru.