A unique Wheel of Life thangka reproduction printed on canvas. Tibetan sacred art is revered as a creation of enlightened consciousness. Its brilliant colors and forms awaken the mind and energize consciousness; its images stimulate capacities for visualization and nourish the heart. By evoking and communicating the qualities of realization directly, these images assure that insight will not be reduced to abstract concepts, but will remain a living experience. Tibetan pratictioners have used these precious images for over twelve hundred years to open the path of wisdom.
The Autobiography of Dilgo Khyentse
Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche (1910-1991) was one of the most influential and respected Tibetan Buddhist masters of our age. There was something remarkable about his presence that impressed everyone who met him - a quality of mind that comes across even in photographs. Here is his memoir of an incredible life of study, teaching, and solitary retreat, told with a wealth of anecdotes and stories. It will be an inspiration to the readers of his numerous books - as well as to all Buddhist practitioners, who will welcome this rare opportunity to hear the experiences of a highly realized being in his own words.
A fine looking sandalwood mala with a lovely delicate aroma. Comprised of 108 sandalwood beads plus three green chalcedony dividers and green chalcedony guru bead. Each of these is flanked with small gold metal beads to enhance the overall beauty of the mala. Finished with a beaded tassle.
Hand crafted in Nepal strung on strong braided cord. 108 beads plus the dividers and guru bead. 8 mm beads.