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Prostration gloves
These simple yet elegant prostration gloves are designed for comfort on wooden floors. They are a must for those devotees offering regular prostrations before or after their meditation session or as a practice on its own. Prostrations are means of purifying karmic defilements of the body, speech and mind, especially those triggered by pride and also used to express reverence to one’s guru. 100% Wool with cotton lining. 1 size fits all.
Price: $10.00
Shijay Bag
This cotton bag is designed specifically for Chod practitioners. It can comfortably fit your Chod damaru, bell, vajra, kangling (thigh-bone trumpet), dharma textbooks and Ati. and has additional storage space for your other necessities. There is a zipper pocket in the inside and the front of the bag to comfortably fit your mini I-pad or I-phone while the different sized side pockets are well designed to carry your water bottle, keys and change.
Price: $29.00
Folding Table
The wooden folding table is your perfect stand for traditional Tibetan Buddhist texts. They fold to fit conveniently in your backpack and open up to accommodate the long rectangular texts. Size 14.5 inch X 12 inch
Price: $25.00
5 color banner
This 5 Color represents the Buddha Family as well as five eliments, Most of the Chodpa hangs this Banner on there Chod Drum to receive the blessing from Five Direction. It is 23Inch long. Made with cotton and Silk.
Price: $8.00
Damaru
The small hand damaru is used in Buddhist rituals. It is held and played in the right, representing male or method aspect of the practice. The drum proclaims ‘the sound of great bliss’ and frequently paired with the bell, held in the left hand representing the female or wisdom aspect of practice, proclaiming ‘the sound of emptiness.’ The size that we carry are the perfect size for every day practice. Wood of the damaru is from Bhutan and the skin from Nepal.
Price: $35.00
Ati ( Yogi Robe )
Ati are the white and red shawls used by lay Mantrayana practitioners. These shawls are mostly worn after a lay practitioner finishes the Ngondro practice or the traditional 3-year retreat or after undertaking a longer period of serious study. The white and red stripes represent the union of method and wisdom, respectively. Ati is available in cotton, very light and easy to carry.
Price: $35.00















 
 
 
 
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