This hand painted terracotta statue represents Buddha Sakyamuni when he entered paranirvana.
It is the most suitable position to fall asleep with awareness.
Dimensions: 19 x 4 cm.
The interior is lined with a metal sheet, with an incense holder drawer.
Incense Himalayan Herbe, prepared with aromatic herbs from the mountains of Tibet and Nepal. No. of stik 44
Kalaciakra incense, prepared with medicinal herbs from the Tibetan highlands, stik 35
Amber is a resin that has the property of strengthening health. A pinch added to an incense increases its effectiveness. Musk mainly increases psychic energy, thus raising the vitality of the whole organism. Psychic energy, being the primary energy, is the true elixir of life.
Contains 52 sticks of 17 cm each.
Each stick has a duration of 45 minutes.
Incense used during pujas, to purify and create a good harmony of the environment.
Sandalwood can calm the mental work that often distracts those who meditate. By appeasing the rational part of the mind, it allows it to enter the deeper stages of meditation. Jasmine counteracts depressive states and apathy, raises the spirit and restores morale.
This incense is particularly suitable for purifying a room. Typically Tibetan fragrance, high quality.
Sandalwood can calm the mental work that often distracts those who meditate. By appeasing the rational part of the mind, it allows it to enter the deeper stages of meditation.
This particular wood balances the emotional state and helps restore self-confidence.
The Dorje also called Vajra in Sanskrit, is composed of a central sphere, two lotuses with eight petals, on the sides of the sphere, from which blades start in various directions, joined at the end to a central blade. The central sphere symbolizes the Void. The two lotuses represent the two opposite poles of Nirvana and Samsara. It protects against all types of interference.
Dimensions: 12 cm
These colored flags are placed on the tops of the hills in the mountains or more simply on the terrace, in the garden or at the window. The mantras and sacred images imprinted on them are a wish for inner serenity and peace. When the wind blows through them, according to Tibetan tradition, these auspicious mantras and the protection of symbols spread in all directions.
According to Buddhist philosophy, each color has its meaning in close connection with the elements:
Blue is the color of the sky and space.
White is the color of clouds and air.
Red is the color of fire.
Green is the color of the plant world and water.
Yellow is the color of the earth.
Tibetan flags are usually placed in the more windy gorges so that it is easier for prayer to be carried. 100% cotton. A string of 10 flags. Available in five sizes: mignon (8 x 8 cm), small (12 x 11 cm), medium (16 x 14 cm), large (19 x 17 cm), XXL (28 x 28 cm).
Among the Tibetan traditions, the best known is the offering of a kata as a greeting. The kata is an auspicious symbol, which gives a positive impetus to any initiative or relationship and indicates the good intentions of the person offering it. Kata are offered as an offering to religious images, such as Buddha statues, as well as lamas or other personalities. The offering of the kata indicates that the request does not imply corrupt thoughts or ulterior motives.
RED, YELLOW, WHITE COLOR
Among the Tibetan traditions, the best known is the offering of a kata as a greeting. Kata is an auspicious symbol which gives a positive impetus to any initiative or relationship and indicates the good intentions of the person offering it. The Kata are brought on offer to religious images, such as statues depicting the Buddha, as well as lamas or other personalities. The offer of the kata indicates that the request does not imply corrupt thoughts or ulterior motives.
Sandalwood is considered sacred: it transforms sexual energy by elevating it on the spiritual level. Connect the basic chakras with the crown chakra by harmonizing the entire energy system, calming and facilitating spiritual development