Medicine Buddha Meditation Combo pack contains 7 meditation tools.
one mandala of Medicine Buddha, one statue, one prayer flag, one Medicine Buddha Herbal Incense, one Yak bone Prayer Beads, one vajra, and one bell.
Medicine Buddha Mantra Mandala
This beautiful Medicine Buddha Mantra Mandala is handpainted by the Nepali artist living in Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Medicine Buddha is also called as Healing Buddha.
In the center of the mandala, we can see medicine Buddha and he is surrounded by mani mantra.
It is said that all teachings of Buddha Life are contained within OM MANI PADME HUM. Shortly called as Mani mantra, the Mani mantra can be chanted and recited by anyone who feels like practicing it and doesn’t.
|Material||Cotton canvas, gold, vegetable colors|
Statue of Medicine Buddha
This is the Nepali handmade statue of Medicine Buddha, Made by the process of the permanent caste system. This is a new system of making statue where the process is shortened by making a fixed cast for reproducing the statue, Sometimes it can mislead clients in thinking it is machine made.
But only the cast is made with this process after that everything is done manually. This statue has been silver plated and oxidized giving it an antique feel.
Medicine Buddha Herbal Incense
This incense contains 25 sticks and its weight is 70 gram. This is perfect to offer medicine Buddha. It is made with herbal plants.
yak Bone Prayer Beads
Buddhist prayer beads are a traditional tool used to count the number of times a mantra is recited, breaths while meditating, counting prostrations, or the repetitions of a Buddha’s name. They are similar to other forms of prayer beads used in various world religions and therefore the term “Buddhist rosary” also appears.
Bell and Vajra
The Dorje, (or Vajra in Sanskrit), the bell’s inseparable companion, represents compassion, form, and means (or method).
Simply put, they are inseparable symbols because together they represent indivisible emptiness and form. Or, put another way, wisdom and compassion. In Mahayana Buddhism, both wisdom and compassion—together—are the path to Enlightenment.
|Size||20 bell, 15 Vajra cm|
Traditionally, prayer flags are used to promote peace, compassion, strength, and wisdom. The flags do not carry prayers to ‘gods,’ a common misconception, rather the Tibetans believe the prayers and mantras will be blown by the wind to spread the good will and compassion into all pervading space. Therefore, prayer flags are thought to bring benefit to all.