Place your ritual items on this wonderful Mahakala or Dharmapala table cover. Displays a hand embroidered Dharmapala face on a dark background with golden border.
approx 10 inches x 8.5 inches
The kapala is not included = )
Super Hit incense comes from the makers of the world famous Satya Sai Nag Champa incense. It is a natural musky spice incense that creates a deep meditative atmosphere. This is certainly one of the best affordable natural Indian incenses in the marketplace.
Nag Champa is a unique and popular incense from India. It belongs to the "Champa" class of Indian incense, originating from the Champa Flower. Champa incenses contain a natural ingredient indigenous to India called "halmaddi", which is a semi-liquid resin taken from the Ailanthus Malabarica tree. It is what gives Nag Champa its characteristic grey colour. Halmaddi is hygroscopic which means it absorbs moisture from the air. This can cause Nag Champa incenses to have a slightly damp feeling to them.
A vibrant incense that can be used for puja or simply scenting the air to create a heady ambience.
An essential anthology of writings on Dzogchen by some of the greatest masters, compiled by the editor and co-founder of Ranjung Yeshe Publications. Here are some of the most accessible and down-to-earth writings on Dzogchen, organized into a study and practice guide for the serious beginnner and including works from Padmasambhava and Patrul Rinpoche, as well as modern day teachers like Chogyam Trungpa and Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche.
A rare gemstone carving of Guru Padmsambhava. Based on the ancient Kutsab statues that were originally made by Padmasambhava and his 25 disciples and concealed as earth terma. This replica is crafted from a light brown jasper-like stone.
"Padmakara (Guru Rinpoche) has influenced countless beings through the Vajrayana teachings and in particular through the activity of the profound terma treasures. This great master was not an ordinary person on the path or just a noble being on one of the bodhisattva bhumis, but an emanation of both Buddha Amitabha and Shakyamuni" ~ The First Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye