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SHECHEN TREASURE VASE (Wealth Vase)
An authentic treasure vase that has been fully empowered to invoke great blessings wherever it is placed. Supplied by Shechen Monastery in Nepal, each vase has been consecrated and sealed in the traditional manner. The actual vase has been hand crafted from copper and is engraved with auspicious symbols. They have been filled with numerous sacred substances in accordance with the tradition of Shechen Monastery. Shechen is renowned as the seat of His Holiness Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche and plays a vital role in preserving the Nyingma traditions.
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Authentic Dzambhala Treasure or Wealth Vase (Yangbum)
This very precious Dzambhala treasure vase or Yangbum has been sealed and fully consecrated at Chorten Gonpa Monastery, Sikkim. It is located in an area that borders Nepal to the west, Tibet to the north and east, and Bhutan to the southeast. This monastery is under the spiritual guidance of one of the greatest living Dzogchen masters and principle holder of the Longchen Nyingthik lineage, Kyabjé Dodrupchen Rinpoche.
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SMALL HAND PAINTED SHRINE
A very nice hand crafted wooden shrine, suitable for statues with a height of no more than 5 inches. Hand painted in a traditional manner with lotus flowers on the side and stylised Norbu or gems on the front. They could also be used to house sacred relics, stupas, small treasure vases or precious offerings.
Origin: Nepal approx size 170 mm width 185 mm height 130 mm depth
FINE QUALITY TREASURE VASE
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The History of Tibetan Treasure Vases
Buddha Padmasambhava, the founder of Tibetan Buddhism, gave specific instructions for the creation of treasure vases to assist with the healing of the environment and the restoration of vital energy for the many beings and realms during these degenerate times.
The treasure vase is an ancient remedy that can replenish the essence of the elements – earth, air, fire, water and space. When the outer environment is purified, beings are released from suffering and energy is revitalized in all realms.
Padmasambhava prescribed the magnetizing contents of the treasure vases which include pictures and mantras of Khandro Norlha the wealth manifestation of Padmasambhava.
The vases are filled to the brim with medicine balls whose most important ingredient is "mother pills". The main substances in mother pills are called yang-dzay rilbu (essential wealth substance pills). Padmasambava originally hid these substances for future generations of beings. Many treasure revealers discovered these hidden substances. His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche collected the substances from the ten-gam (treasure collections) of Mipham Rinpoche, Mindroling Terchen, and Khyentse Rinpoche, and many other precious substances created by sublime beings. From these substances Dudjom Rinpoche made the original "mother pill".
Lama Tharchin Rinpoche received original "mother pills" from Dudjom Rinpoche and expanded them. He added the twenty-five precious substances: the five precious jewels, the five precious essences, the five precious medicines, the five precious scents, and the five precious grains; plus tsa-sum (three roots), tsi-zhi (four flower essences), nyingpo-nga (five essences) and zangpo-druk (six excellences). He also added a very rich collection of jewels and minerals: opals, diamonds, emeralds, sapphires, rubies, turquoise, coral, pearl, dZi stone, chong stone, gold silver, copper, and so on: and additional precious substances such as soil, stone, and water collected from many of the world's holy and famous places.
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REDUCED PRICE TREASURE VASES
On their long journey from Nepal and India, one or two treasure vases can get slightly knocked in transit. This usually means the copper becomes slightly mishapen or there is a small ding in the metal. This in no way affects the blessing of the vase or the contents contained inside. We have therefore greatly reduced some vases for those who want the full blessing but are not so fussy about the appearance. Vases are normally priced at £129.95, so you will save £49.95!
Vases have been sealed and consecrated and should not be opened. They should be placed on a shrine or sacred place in one's home, above waist height. They do not need to be buried in the ground as an additional ceremony would be needed. Like any holy object, vases should always be treated with the utmost respect.
Tibetans believe these vases have the power to increase the life span of beings and dispel sickness to the body and environment. In addition to this, Dharma actvity is believed to multiply and good fortune is naturally enhanced wherever a vase is present.
Shechen Treasure vase height approx 2.5 inches
Dzambhala Treasure vase height approx 5 inches
each vase is hand made, so the engraved decoration may vary slightly.
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