Dakini singing bowl cushion with Buddhist symbol
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Singing bowl cushion with Buddhist symbol. The cushion is made of red velvet and cotton with foam padding. The singing bowl cushion has beautiful Buddhist symbols embroidered on it. This flat pad can be used to place a singing bowl on. These singing bowl cushions are suitable for the larger bowls. The singing bowl cushion ensures that your singing bowl is protected from damage and also spreads the sounds in the most ideal way through the room.
The dimensions of the cushion are: 15 cm x 15 cm x 1.5 cm and is available in the following embroideries:
Ohm: Ohm (also written Om or Aum) is a mantra, the best known and most important sound in Hinduism and Buddhism. This mystical syllable is often in the early scriptures and prayers and represents invocation, a benediction, an affirmation and a promise.
Mantra: the symbols of the mantra "Om mani padme hum". In Buddhism, this mantra means "the pearl of the universe is the lotus of my heart, look inside for the peace of Buddha."
Knot: The endless knot is derived from an ancient Indian symbol, Shrivatsa. It symbolizes prosperity, longevity and infinity.
Wheel: The Wheel of Law is the symbol of the Buddhist teachings. The eight spokes symbolize the preachings of the Buddha's Eightfolded Path that leads to enlightenment.
Double Dorje: Vishravajra (double Vajra or Dorje) symbol. A Vishravajra (al-vajra) is a double vajra and stands for harmony, immutability and omniscience.
This product is Fair Trade bought in Nepal.
|Dimensions total package:
|15 cm x 15 cm x 1.5 cm
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