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
AMBER 100% natural fair trade ayurvedic incense.
A spicy sweet blend of natural aromatic substances transporting you to the temples of ancient India. This
fair trade incense is super high quality and should be regarded as the
best of all Indian Ayurvedic incense. The quality of this Indian incense
is comparable to high end Japanese incense, which is why it costs
This resin is extracted from the Styrax Benzoin tree, found especially in Java, Sumatra and Laos. Its purifying and aromatic properties have made it important in perfumery. It evokes cheerfulness and enthusiasm and symbolically has been used to invoke good fortune and divine grace.
20 grams - 100% natural Simply sprinkle on a charcoal disc.
A fantastic hand painted thangka of Chenrezig. Painted in the Karma Gadri style.
Please note that this Thangka will be coming directly from our artist in Nepal, so will take 3 to 4 months to complete. You will receive a Thangka of equal quality, painted by the same artist as the picture shown. It will be worth the wait!
A lovely looking deep red Tibetan Takyab or pack animal rug. This well sized piece was probably used on the lead animal of a Yak train. The wide shape with horns is also very Yak-like and more suited to a Yak than a horse or mule. It is decorated with Yungdrung symbols (Swastikas) and an eternal knot motif. These rugs were also believed to bless the animal at the lead of the train, so that all journeys were accomplished without obstacles. If you turn this piece upside down the letters O and K can be read. The overall condition of the rug is very good with minor weathering commensurate with age. The backside is covered with fabric that is frayed and worn through in places.
Origin: Collected in Tibet in the 1980s and part of the Stone Routes Collection.
17 inches x 14 inches Age: Early 20th C