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CHENREZIG VISUALISATION CARD
CHENREZIG VISUALISATION CARD

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The four-armed representation of the Bodhisattva of compassion, accompanied by Amitabha, White Tara, and Ushnishavijaya.

Colorful images of enlightenment for visualization and meditation, each laminated Sacred Art Card features a traditional brocade border and has a description and mantra of the deity or mandala on the back.

Size: 5 × 7″

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MEDICINE BUDDHA VISUALISATION CARD
MEDICINE BUDDHA VISUALISATION CARD

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Deep blue in color, like a brilliantly clear sky, the Buddha holds a myrobalan herb in his hand and offers its healing benefits to ease the sufferings of body and mind.

Colorful images of enlightenment for visualization and meditation, each laminated Sacred Art Card features a traditional brocade border and has a description and mantra of the deity or mandala on the back.

Size: 5 × 7″

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VAJRASATTVA VISUALISATION CARD
VAJRASATTVA VISUALISATION CARD

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Vajrasattva Buddha

Om Namo Bhagavan Vajrasattva

Homage to the Blessed Vajrasattva

“Visualization of the Buddha Vajrasattva and representations of his hundred syllable mantra removes karmic obstacles and prepares the practicioner for success on the Vajrayana path. 

Vajrasattva, protector of the vows of the three yanas—Vinayana, Bodhisattva, and Vajrayana-- holds a vajra in his right-hand and a bell in his left. 

His body, lustrous and transluscent, reflects the diamond-like purity and brilliance associated with the Vajrayana teachings. Arrayed around Vajrasattva, in a style that conveys infinite and boundless replications, are Buddhas that fill all space and time.” -back description

Size: 

  • 5" × 7″
Mandala of Akshobya (Balance and Healing) - Mandala Card
Mandala of Akshobya (Balance and Healing) - Mandala Card

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The four quadrants of the Akshobyavajra mandala represent the four elements converging to form a unity. Healing imbalances throughout the universe and promoting harmony among all beings.

Red represents all knowing compassion; green conveys action informed by wisdom; white symbolizes penetrating insight, and yellow represents the treasures of equanimity.

Together, these forces combine to promote physical health and spiritual well-being.

Size:

  • 4" × 5″
GURU RINPOCHE VISUALISATION CARD
GURU RINPOCHE VISUALISATION CARD
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The Lotus-born Guru Padmasambhava radiates golden rays of light from his luminous form. Padmasambhava bestows spiritual power and blessings that lead to realization.

Colorful images of enlightenment for visualisation and meditation, each laminated Sacred Art Card features a traditional brocade border and has a description and mantra of the Buddha, deity or mandala on the back.

Size: 5 × 7″

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BUDDHA VISUALISATION CARD
BUDDHA SHAKYAMUNI VISUALISATION CARD
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The Buddha touches the ground, asking the earth to bear witness to his lifetimes of preparation for enlightenment. Shakyamuni Buddha is surrounded by disciples.

Colorful images of enlightenment for visualization and meditation, each laminated Sacred Art Card features a traditional brocade border and has a description and mantra of the deity or mandala on the back.

Size: 5 × 7″

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MILAREPA VISUALISATION CARD
MILAREPA VISUALISATION CARD
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Considered the Lord of Yogins, Milarepa is well-known for the depth of his realization, the power of his devotion, and the beauty of his poetic songs.

Colorful images of enlightenment for visualization and meditation, each laminated Sacred Art Card features a traditional brocade border and has a description and mantra of the deity or mandala on the back.

Size: 5 × 7″

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AMITABHA VISUALISATION CARD
AMITABHA VISUALISATION CARD
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Known as the compassionate Buddha of Boundless Light, Amitabha guides beings toward a favorable rebirth in Dewachen.

Colorful images of enlightenment for visualization and meditation, each laminated Sacred Art Card features a traditional brocade border and has a description and mantra of the deity or mandala on the back.

Size: 5 × 7″

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BODH GAYA BUDDHA VISUALISATION CARD
BODH GAYA BUDDHA VISUALISATION CARD
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Mahabodhi Buddha Visualisation Card

Om muni Muni Mahamuni Shakyamuni Ye Svaha

Homage to the Great Sage Shakyamuni

This sacred image of the Buddha, carved in the tenth century during the reign of the Pala kings, was for centuries a central focus of devotion for pilgrims who worshiped in the Mahabodhi Temple at Bodh Gaya. Later invasions disrupted Buddhism in northern India; the temple was abandoned and its images suffered from neglect. Now restored and once again honored by pilgrims who gather here from all parts of the world, the temple and its sacred images have been revitalized. At the place where the Buddha was enlightened, they stand as beacons of knowledge and compassion, broadcasting from the most holy place blessings of harmony and peace to beings everywhere.” -back description

“One is never satiated to behold such an image, and has no desire to go and behold another. Even people with little faith, when standing in front of the image, felt it impossible not to shed tears.”

-Dharmasvamin, 13th Century Tibetan Pilgrim Size:

 5" × 7″
1000 ARMED CHENREZIG VISUALISATION CARD
1000 ARMED CHENREZIG VISUALISATION CARD
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Thousand-Armed Avalokiteshvara
Om Mani Padme Hum Hri

“Gazing upon the plight of sentient beings, the Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara vowed to rescue them even from the depths of the hells, bus as fast as he could deliver them from sorrow, others took their place. 

As his compassion expanded in response to the growing multitudes engulfed in confusion and pain, eleven more heads arose from his body, topped by the head of the Buddha Amitabha. 

From his shoulders sprang a thousand arms, each bearing an eye, so that no form of suffering would go unseen. From this, the Bodhisattva is known as the All-Seeing Lord, the embodiment of the power of enlightened compassion.” -back description

Size: 

  • 5" × 7″