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.
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.
The Bed of Nails is used to induce a state of deep relaxation and dissolve tension. With over 6,000 tiny spikes it creates an effect similar to acupuncture.
100% Cotton Canvas Fabric with 20 mm Foam padding
230 Button shaped disks providing over 6,000 acupressure spikes per mat.
Double carry handle and magnetic popper closure to store safely and for easy of carrying.
Dry Clean Only
Size: 67cm x 41cm Colour: Aubergine
These great wood malas are said to come from the sacred Taoist and Buddhist pilgrimage region of Wu Tai Shan in China. This area also known as the Five-Peaked Mountain is believed to be the abode of Manjushri, the Buddha of Wisdom. The great Dzogchen master known as Vimalamitra is still said to reside in these mountains and many believe he still appears to furtunate disciples.
Wu Tai Shan malas are very similar in appearance and weight to sandalwood. They have a slightly redish hue with natural stripes.
Origin: Wu Tai Shan Region diameter = 10 mm width = 8 mm
A very large and fine hand hammered copper and gilt serkyem. Displays beautiful engraving and detail to both the raised base and offering cup. The Auspicious Symbols have been fire gilded with 24K gold.
Height including base approx 9 inches
dish approx 8 inches
Hand crafted in Nepal