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The Tibetan Treasure Vase - An ancient remedy for balancing the five elements,
bringing healing to the environment and restoring vital energy.

It is considered extremely auspicious to live or practice in places blessed by enlightened masters or to have homes that have perfectly aligned geomancy. However, the vast majority of us might find our own home or living situation to be very different. We might feel like our environment has a lack of vital energy caused by pollution or other environmental factors. Due to an imbalance of the elements it may simply not 'feel' right to us. It might seem like our surroundings attract more negative energies than positive and this may have a direct influence on our minds and practice of the Dharma. Fortunately there is something that can be done to help.

The treasure vase is an ancient Tibetan remedy that is reputed to replenish the essence of the elements – earth, air or wind, fire, water and space. It is believed that when the outer environment is purified and healed, beings are naturally released from suffering and the balance can be restored and revitalised in all of the six realms. According to Guru Padmasambhava, wherever a vase is placed, the Dharma will naturally flourish and we will experience healing, wellbeing, prosperity and abundance. Treasure vases are therefore an extremely skillful way of bringing vast benefit to all sentient beings and the world we live in.

The golden treasure vase or Nidhana Kumbha is one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols in Buddhism. It is the
'vase of inexhaustible treasures' and has it roots in India, where the womb-like vase or Kumbha is venerated at the Kumbh Mela festival. This is a time when the divine nectar of the Gods is said to have been carried in a vase by the Garuda and spilled in one of the four sacred places. Hence the reason the Kumbh Mela is celebrated at one of these locations every three years.

All of our vases are fully consecrated and ready to be placed in your home or place of practice.
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Dzambhala Treasure Vase
Authentic Dzambhala Treasure or Wealth Vase (Yangbum)
Our Price: £129.95

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This very precious Dzambhala treasure vase or Yangbum has been filled with all the essential substances and then fully consecrated and then sealed at Chorten Gompa Monastery in Sikkim. It is located in an area that borders Nepal to the west, Tibet to the north and east, and Bhutan to the southeast. Chorten Gompa is under the spiritual guidance of one of the greatest living Dzogchen masters and principle holder of the Longchen Nyingthik lineage, Kyabjé Dodrupchen Rinpoche. Before the vases leave Chorten Gompa they are also blessed in person by Kyabjé Dodrupchen Rinpoche.

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Small Hand Painted Shrine
Small Hand Painted Tibetan Shrine


A very nice hand crafted wooden shrine. Hand painted with a traditional Tibetan design to the front and sides. They could also be used to house sacred relics, stupas, small treasure vases or precious offerings.

Origin: Hand crafted and painted in Nepal
approx size:
170 mm height
150 mm width
120 mm depth

inside window measures 115 mm (height) x 95 mm (width)

Each piece is hand crafted, so please expect slight variations to the painted design.
Treasure Vase

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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.