The Lotus-born Guru Padmasambhava. In his right hand he holds a vajra,
symbol of spiritual power; in his left is a skullcap filled with nectar
and a vase holding the elixer of immortality.
Directly above him is Amitabha, Buddha of Boundless Light. To the left
is Amitayus, Buddha of Infinite Life, and to the right is Green Tara.
Below are the three great Bodhisattvas: Avalokiteshvara (center),
embodiment of compassion; Manjushri (left), manifestation of enlightened
wisdom, and Vajrapani (right), protector of the teachings and
embodiement of their power.
A superb cushion for the more advanced sitting posture. These cushions have a low height and are filled with fine Buckwheat husks.
Colour: Blue Meditation cushion, round, cotton twill cover with hidden zip fastening
underneath. diameter 28.5 cm, buckwheat husk filling, with inner
cushion cover can be removed and washed at 30° C Weight approx 1.5 kg.
A unique Wheel of Life thangka reproduction printed on canvas. Tibetan sacred art is revered as a creation of enlightened consciousness. Its brilliant colors and forms awaken the mind and energize consciousness; its images stimulate capacities for visualization and nourish the heart. By evoking and communicating the qualities of realization directly, these images assure that insight will not be reduced to abstract concepts, but will remain a living experience. Tibetan pratictioners have used these precious images for over twelve hundred years to open the path of wisdom.
Author: Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche
Tibetan Buddhist master Khenpo Tsültrim Gyamtso is known for his joyful songs of realization and his spontaneous and skillful teaching style. In this book he explains how to gain clarity, peace, and wisdom through step-by-step analysis and meditation on the true nature of reality. He also introduces readers to the joy and profundity of yogic song, and reveals the power of altruistic aspiration prayers to inspire, transform, and brighten our hearts.
A lovely dark Saligram stone that opens to reveal a swirling ammonite with traces of golden pyrite and an additional fossil zone emerging from the centre. This type of Himalayan ammonite is only found in the sacred Kali Gandaki river in Nepal. Here they are worshipped as a manifestation of the Hindu God, Vishnu.
You will receive the two pieces shown that join together to form one stone. approx 72 mm x 53 mm x 45 mm (depth)