One of our hallmarks are our Treasure Vases.
This vase was filled by monks in Taiwan and then blessed by His Holiness, Taklung Rinpoche, Ogyen Rinpoche and or Sakya Rinpoche. This vase has all of the properties of the deity. It brings their blessing, guidance and protection.
Padmasambhava introduced Treasure Vases to Tibet. He gave specific instructions on how to create and what sacred items need to be put inside them. Today they are still made by his instructions. It has it’s beginning’s in the Treasure Vase of the Eight Auspicious symbols. The blessings, pacification and improved environment created by the vases extends for 15 miles outward from the vases location. By the sacred contents and rituals employed during its creation, the treasure vase has the power to magnetize wealth and abundance, improve health & healing, pacify anger & conflict, and increase wisdom and compassion.
Traditionally, Tibetan Treasure Vases are given on auspicious occasions such as births, weddings, housewarmings or new ventures. They are kept in one’s home or business, or buried at a chosen site. The vases are the perfect feng shui remedy to restore vitality and harmony to elements (earth, air, fire, water and space) that are imbalanced, disturbed or depleted by environmental pollutants. Within the areas surrounding the vase, direct experiences of well being will occur.
Chose from: Amitayus, Cundi / Avalokiteshavara, Green Tara, Guru Rinpoche, Ling Gesar, Kalachakra, Ksitigarbha, Mahakala Bernagchen, Medicine Buddha, Naga, 8 Auspicious Symbols, Vajrakilaya, White Mahakala, White Zambala, or Yellow Zambala. Each vase is 4 inches tall.