Tibetan everyday life is permeated with the most diverse rituals: sacrificial bowls, prayer wheels, malas, bells and cymbals, kaddas (lucky loops), prayer flags, carved mani stones, thangkas and statues - these are certainly the best known objects for ritual daily routine and meditation.
PEMA OF TIBET brings you these products in particularly careful quality and authentic execution!
RITUAL OBJECTS OF "PEMA OF TIBET"
Tibetan everyday life is interspersed with the most diverse rituals: sacrificial bowls, prayer wheels, malas, bells and cymbals, kaddas (lucky loops), prayer flags, carved mani stones, thangkas and statues - these are just some of the most famous objects for us ritual daily routine in the Tibetan cultural area. // We offer most of these ritual objects in especially careful quality. In this case, an authentic execution condition. All items are produced for everyday use.
In ancient times, Newari craftsmen were popular with Tibetans for their meticulous craftsmanship. Many ancient, high-quality statues in Tibet came from Newars workshops. // We want to continue this tradition and support family skills in Nepal. We hope that continuous relationships will increase quality awareness and allow traditional trades to survive and develop.
WARRANTY: NO CULTURAL RUG
PEMA OF TIBET contains only newly produced ritual objects. We condemn any cultural asset robbery and distance ourselves from trading in (many times stolen!) Ancient ritual objects.
MEDITATION WITH "PEMA OF TIBET"
For many people, meditation has become an integral part of their daily routine, even in the West. Meditators use aids from various cultural backgrounds. Of course, Tibet, Nepal and India are predestined by their religious roots to be the model and supplier of meditation aids to the West in this area: prayer wreaths (malas), pillows and meditation blankets are decorated with authentic motifs and support a meditative activity.
Many Malas are made from Rudraksha fruits (Elaeocarpus Ganitrus Roxb). These are sacred in Asia and there is now a whole collection of special specimens. Sandalwood is very popular for Buddhist applications, as the Sandel fragrance constantly accompanied Buddha. There are also especially valuable Malas in various semi-precious stones and rock crystal and in leg or horn. The meditation cushions are sewn and embroidered by micro-enterprises in Kathmandu. ACP is the producer of our popular printed meditation blankets.
AUTHENTIC AND FAIR PRODUCED MEDITATION AIDS
They should be able to serve the practical application and not just be used as room or body jewelry.
LU JONG - COURSES (TIBETAN YOGA)
In our classroom in Brugg we regularly offer Lu Jong courses with the Tibetan teachers Loten Dahortsang and Tenzin Kalden. Details can be found on our website (<< About us >> // << Events >>).
PRAYER BANNERS (LUNGTA, TIBET "WIND HORSE") OF "PEMA OF TIBET"
ENERGY-LOADED WIND DOVE PRAYER BANNERS
In the Tibetan culture, these symbolize the wind energy Chi and thus the most important source of life. It is only through this power that consciousness becomes connected to life in matter. The wind horse thus becomes a symbolic mediator between earthly and heavenly powers. // The Sanskrit mantras (prayers) in Tibetan script, hand-printed with wooden blocks by hand, have an impact on ourselves and the world. This benefits both the person who wears the prayer flags and his nearer and wider surroundings. // Virtually everyone will let their thoughts wander briefly at the sight of the prayer flags moving in the wind and thus indulge themselves in these emitted energies.
The five different colors of the prayer flags stand for the five elements: blue - air, white - space, red - fire, green - water, yellow - earth. // To get the most out of the prayer flags, they should be hung in the early morning of a full moon day or as the moon rises. The thoughts should be pure and filled with benevolent content.
SINCE THE 11TH OF JAN. USE TIBETER THE "LUNGTA"
They are also used as desired flags for as much beneficial energy and effect as possible. This is based on the so-called "science of the mind" taught by Buddhist teachers, including the Dalai Lama. It is assumed that all of our actions are a result of their underlying motivations and have corresponding effects, positive or negative. Thus, acts as a result of good motivation will have positive effects. Thus, by hanging prayer flags, a large amount of positive energy can be developed.