A large dark copper statue of Guru Dragphur (also spelt Dragpo), a wrathful form of Guru Rinpoche who holds a scorpion and vajra. There is a window compartment on the back of the body to allow relics or mantras to be sealed inside.
Hand crafted using the Lost Wax process in Nepal.
height approx 9 inches
Author: Dudjom Rinpoche and Garry, Ron
Dudjom Rinpoche was one of the seminal figures in Tibetan Buddhism in the twentieth century, yet very few of this great Nyingma master's religious writings have so far been translated. This volume contains a generous selection of his inspiring teachings and writings, the core of which is a lengthy discussion of the entire path of Dzogchen, including key instructions on view, meditation, and conduct, along with direct advice on how to bring one's experiences onto the path.
A superfine hand crafted bronze phurba with an incredibly rare
Siberian meteorite blade. Guaranteed to be crafted from authentic
Seymchan iron meteorite, which was first discovered in Siberia in 1967. Each piece is
hand crafted by a master metal worker who is unsurpassed in the making
of ritual phurbas in modern times. It is believed that Tibetans have an
ancient tradition of using meteoric iron for ritual Phurbas, however,
very few genuine pieces are believed to exist. There is often mention of
Guru Rinpoche or Yeshe Tsogyal concealing meteoric phurbas as terma
and quite a number have been re-discovered over the centuries. The
immense power of a meteorite when it falls to earth is so destructive in
nature that it is easy to see why sky metal is the most sought after
material for ritual phurbas.