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  1. Wrist_Mala_-_Crystal_with_Drawsting_Bag Wrist_Mala_-_Crystal_with_Drawsting_Bag

    Wrist Mala - Crystal with Drawsting Bag

    This unique crystal mala is lovingly hand made by Tibetan nuns living in exile in North India. A carnelian 'marker bead' is added to create a unique decorative finish. Please note the tassel is white as opposed to the orange shown in the picture. Comes in a beautiful cloth bag.
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    $33.00

  2. Wood_sculpture,_'Way_of_Enlightenment' Wood_sculpture,_'Way_of_Enlightenment'

    Wood sculpture, 'Way of Enlightenment'

    Suggesting an ancient stone sculpture, this gracious carving depicts Buddha's hand offering a way of enlightenment. Gold foil graces the palm and fingertips. Ning Charoensri carves the expressive piece from rain tree wood.

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    $34.95

  3. Tibetan Prayer Wheel - Tabletop

    Tibetan Prayer Wheel - Tabletop

    Our Tibetan Buddhist table top prayer wheel, sometimes referred to as a Mani wheel, is brightly colored, reaches 7 inches tall, spans 3 inches in diameter and is constructed of copper and brass. The Buddhist mantra Om Mane Padme is written around the outside of prayer wheel. The cylinder can turns being set in motion by manually twisting the top of the piece. The cylinder contains a paper roll on which Buddhist texts are printed.  According to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition based on the lineage texts regarding prayer wheels, spinning such a wheel will have much the same meritorious effect as orally reciting the prayers. Use your prayer wheel to accumulate wisdom and merit (good karma) and to purify negativities (bad karma). Made in Nepal.

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  4. Shipibo_Amazon_Jungle_Quempo_Bowl_-_4_In.

    Shipibo Amazon Jungle Quempo Bowl - 4 In.

    For the Shipibo, pottery is distinctly female work.  Quempo is how the Shipibo refer to this type of flaring bowl, also known in the jungle as mocahua.  It is used to used to drink masato, a thick, yucca-based drink and for other fluids and therefore has external water-related motifs. The thin walls of this bowl are elegantly constructed so that the rim is narrower than the body.  A face is painted over slight protrusions of pottery for the eyes, nose, chin and ears.  Beautifully painted with fine Shipibo artistic patterns, typical of their work. Slight variations occur due to the handmade nature of this item.  Made by Shipibo women of Peru. Learn More
    $32.00

  5. Shell_Pearl_Nautilus

    Shell Pearl Nautilus

    A beautiful piece for meditation and inspiration. The nautilus, from the Greek for sailor, is a nocturnal creature, spending most of its life at ocean depth. Its shell, lined with mother-of-pearl, grows into increasingly larger chambers throughout its life and so has become a symbol for expansion and renewal. Sometimes called a living fossil for its long existence on the planet, the beautiful and proportionally perfect nautilus shell exemplifies a special kind of spiral curve which appears in nature called a logarithmic spiral, or miraculous spiral. One of this spiral’s unique mathematical properties is that the size of the spiral increases, but its shape is unaltered with each successive curve.

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    $28.00

  6. Lotus_Seed_Mala_with_Drawsting_Bag

    Lotus Seed Mala with Drawsting Bag

    Tibetan rosaries (malas) are traditionally used for a special Buddhist practice. Tibetan Buddhism suggests that there are 108 negative emotions to overcome. Malas are strung with 108 beads in order to say a mantra for each one. The bead size typically ranges from 7 to 9 mm diameter. Hand-strung in Dharamsala on a durable nylon coated wire and finished with a cotton tassel. Comes in a beautiful cloth bag.

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    $33.00

  7. Kadam Mala with Drawsting Bag Kadam Mala with Drawsting Bag

    Kadam Mala with Drawsting Bag

    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.

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    $30.00

  8. Hand Carved Stone Ear of Corn

    Hand Carved Stone Ear of Corn

    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 mesa or altar. Hand crafted in Peru.

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    $30.00

  9. Turquoise Mala Turquoise Mala

    Green FauxTurquoise Mala with Drawstring Bag

    This unique mala is lovingly handmade by Tibetan nuns living in exile in North India.  The braided nylon tail is a traditional finishing style used by the nuns.  The three crystal marker beads are added to create a unique decorative finish.  This mala is made with dyed water buffalo bone.   Purchases of this mala help support education, building projects and other essential needs within the Tibetan Nuns Project Community based in Northern India.  Comes with drawstring pouch.

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    $30.00

  10. Chonta_Staff_-_Sword Chonta_Staff_-_Sword

    Chonta Staff - Sword

    These staffs are used by curanderos in the Northern coastal region of Peru as power objects and healing tools. Hand-carved from extremely hard Chonta wood from the Amazon jungle. Approx. 19" long. Peru.

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    $30.00

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