Our largest brass stand for a Kapala or skull cup.
Adjustable to fit all sizes of kapala
Hand crafted in Nepal
height approx 9.6 inches width at widest approx 6.7 inches
kapala is not included
A beautiful fully gilded copper statue of Gampopa, also known as Dakpo Lharjé, the physician from Dakpo. Gampopa was the foremost disciple of Milarepa and was an adept at both the Kadam and Mahamudra traditions.
The base is hollow to allow for consecration. Cast using the ancient Lost Wax process. Fire Gilded with 24K gold height approx 7.5 inches Origin: Nepal
Known as the compassionate Buddha of Infinite Light, Amitabha guides beings toward a favorable rebirth in Dewachen.
Colourful 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″ produced by Dharma Publishing
What would you see if you looked directly at your mind? The Tibetan Buddhist teachings on mahamudra are known for their ability to lead to profound realization. Peaceful and infinitely adaptable, these teachings are as useful for today's busy world as they have been for centuries. Written by the tutor to the seventeenth Karmapa, "Essentials of Mahamudra" is a commentary on Tashi Namgyal's famous "Moonlight of Mahamudra"--a text that the sixteenth Karmapa had identified as the most valuable for Westerners. Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche recognized that Western meditators don't just need to know how to maintain meditation practice; they need to know why they should do it. Unmatched in its directness, "Essentials of Mahamudra" addresses both these needs, rendering one of the most advanced forms of meditation for our everyday lives.