A superb cushion for the more advanced sitting posture. These cushions
have a low height and are filled with fine Buckwheat husks.
Colour: Yellow 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 superior meditation cushion or zafu filled with natural buckwheat hulls. Providing firm and comfortable support for your meditation sessions. They are without doubt the finest zafus we have seen available in the marketplace.
Hand crafted in Germany.
The outer durable cotton drill cover can be removed for washing.
Three sizes to choose from:
height of cushions approx 12 cm, 14 cm and 19 cm (extra large)
seat range approx 28.5 cm
six colours to choose from
Zen Red, Tibetan Yellow, Natural (White), Zen Orange, Zen Blue, Zen Black
The inspiring and illuminating biography of the Indian tantric master who brought Buddhism to Tibet, revered as a second Buddha. This beautifully produced two volume set, with 58 colour plates, gives the complete biography of Padmasambhava, or Guru Rinpoche, as recorded by his main female disciple and consort, Yeshe Tsogyal. This text known as the Padma bKa`i Thang was rediscovered by the terton Urgyen Lingpa, and this work is a translation into English from the French edition.
A very fine hand painted thangka displaying Gyalwa Gyatso (Red Chenrezig) in union. With lineage masters and deities of the mandala. The Gyalwa Gyatso practice is particularly favoured by the Karma Kagyu tradition. Indeed, the Karmapa and all of his future incarnations are considered to be his emanation.
Beautifully painted by one of the very best Thangka studios in Nepal.
Framed in the traditional manner with fine brocade frame and weighted with brass finials. Enriched with 24K gold paint.
A lovely dark Saligram stone that opens to reveal a swirling ammonite with faint traces of golden pyrite. 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 115 mm x 100 mm x 60 mm (depth)