Tibetan Medicine is based on herbs and plants, the power of which has been forgotten by many people in the 'developed' world. Tibetans also believe that Mental, Physical and Spirtual health and all inter-related.
Our Tibetan Incense is made for us by an old Tibetan Lama who uses an ancient secret formula passed down through the generations. The sticks are pure incense they do not contain a bamboo stick which Tibetans believe contaminates the incense.
Our Tibetan Incense has a sandalwood base and contains many herbs that only grow high in the Himalaya, these herbs are traditionally collected by Yak Herders when their flocks are grazing on the summer pastures in the short Himalayan summer. It is used for ritual offerings, healing, space clearing, meditation and bringing a pleasant fragrance to the environment.
Our Gift Set contains the following genuine Tibetan incenses; Lord Buddha Incense, Tibetan Healing Incense, Resheswor Monastery and Astasugandha Rope Incense plus a special Tibetan Incense Holder with a large hole to hold the Dhoop incense.
Our Meditation Sets also contain a Tibetan Prayer Wheel, a set of Tingsha Bells together with a satin carry pouch and a set of Tibetan Prayer Flags to bring good karma. We also include a set of 'tasting notes which describe the qualities of the incenses and give some information about all the items in our giftsets.
Tibetan Prayer wheels are used to accumulate wisdom and merit (good karma) and to purify negativities (bad karma). Inside the prayer wheel is a scroll containing the Tibetan Mantra Om Madi Padme Hum, the more that the Mantra is spun the more merit is accumulated.
Tingsha are the sacred cymbals used by Tibetan Monks in their Meditation and Worship. They are played by holding the middle of the leather strap and letting the Tingsha fall against each other. They produce a wonderfully rich sound.
Lung Ta (horizontal) prayer flags are of square or rectangular shape and are connected along their top edges to a long string or thread. They are commonly hung on a diagonal line from high to low between two objects. Traditionally, prayer flags come in sets of five, one in each of five colours that represent the elements: Blue (symbolizing sky/space); White (symbolizing air/wind); Red (symbolizing fire); Green (symbolizing water); Yellow (symbolizing earth).
Traditionally, prayer flags are used to promote peace, compassion, strength, and wisdom. The flags do not carry prayers to 'gods, rather the Tibetans believe the prayers and mantras will be blown by the wind to spread good will and compassion to the four corners of the World. Therefore, prayer flags are thought to bring benefit to all.
All our products are fair traded by us, One World is Enough.
We work directly with our incense makers who are all small family based businesses living high up in the Himalaya. Becoming an incense maker requires a lot of knowledge of all the aromatic herbs and compounds that goes into Bhutanese incense. The exact recipes for the individual incenses are a closely guarded secret and are passed down from father to son, and no two family businesses will make exactly the same incense.
Tibetan Deluxe Meditation Gift Set contains Lord Buddha, Orange Healing, Resheswor Monastery & Astasugandha Rope Incense plus incense holder, Tingsha Bells, Tibetan Prayer Wheel and Prayer Flags
- Brand: One World Incense
- Product Code: Tibetan Deluxe Meditation Gift Set
- Availability: 19