Tibetan Amulets & Tools
Tibetan Artifacts

Tibetan Old Amulets

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Tibetan Amulets:

 

Old Tibetan Amulets are made of bronze and, to a lesser extent, of meteoric metal. In Tibet bronze is classified according to color and content: Red Bronze, white bronze, yellow bronze and bronze of 8 metals, among others.  The most common alloys are the various types of yellow bronzes.  According to Tibetans, thogchags (pronounced Tok Cha in Tibetan) regularly contain traces of gold and silver and other precious metals.  The rich colors and lustre of metals supports such a belief.  Meteoric metal is called ‘namchag’ in Tibetan (which literally means ‘sky metal’) and according to legend, was refined from meteorites.  This claim is not easy to substantiate because the collection and smelting of meteorites belongs to an almost forgotten prehistoric tradition of producing metals.  the scientific analysis of thogchags and the trace metals they contain may prove an invaluable tool for descrying their age and provenance.  Up until 1995 no such systematic study had been undertaken.  

 

 

# 1

Mala Bead Circle:

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with small amount of meteorite. Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 1.4 x 1.4

 

Energy of this piece:  This piece is powerful for clearing energy, it could be likened to as if one were holding a fire hose to clear a space.  The energy projected through it fans out and rotates as it clears the area it is being projected towards. This can be applied to another’s Aura, a room, a project, an environment.  It can also clear a person’s energetic bodies ie; Spiritual, Mental, Emotional, Physical, Sexual, Psychic Bodies when this intention is held. Do not use while taking drugs as it will have unpredictable results, just meditate prior to working with it and the user will be in harmony with this piece and work well with it.  A multi-functional Amulet.

 

Price: $140

 

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#2

Dharma Wheel - (4 spokes, medium)

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with some iron present, possibly Meteorite which is considered highly auspicious.  

Amulet also has a silver’ish hue - no silver present.

 

Size: 2.25” x 2.25”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning: 

A Dharma Wheel with four spokes symbolizes the Four Noble Truths.   They are the truth of suffering, the truth of the cause of suffering, the truth of the end of suffering, and the truth of the path that leads to the end of suffering.

 

Dharma Wheels are highly effective at helping a person move from the superficial outer ego layer into a person’s Spiritual Core at their center. It can create a bridge between the outer and inner aspects of a person so they can reconnect consciously with their true inner self.  

 

Energy of this piece: Enhances protection. Creates and manifests in the physical.  This piece likes to be held in the right hand, it connects a person with the Divine. Eliminates a person’s Ego Mask. Helps to clear out resistance to your Ego. This is a subtle Amulet, it helps break down the walls of belief that have built up over a life time of habit so it’s wearer can be free. Free of Ego, free of judgment, free of fear, free.  This amulet helps clear a new space for a person’s next step in their life, it removes the old beliefs so only truth remains.  This is a powerful amulet.

 

Price: $135 

 

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#3

Tibetan Dharma Wheel - (4 spokes, large)

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early to mid-20th Century, maybe older

Metals: Mixed metals with some iron present, possibly Meteorite which is considered highly auspicious.  

Amulet also has a silver’ish hue - no silver present.

 

Size: 2.75” x  2.90”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning: A Dharma Wheel with four spokes symbolizes the Four Noble Truths.  

They are the truth of suffering, the truth of the cause of suffering, the truth of the end of suffering, and the truth of the path that leads to the end of suffering.

 

Energy of this piece: 

Dharma Wheels are highly effective at helping a person move from the superficial outer ego layer into a person’s Spiritual Core at their center. It can create a bridge between the outer and inner aspects of a person so they can reconnect consciously with their true inner self.  

 

This particular piece creates a bridge connecting two spaces either between two individuals, a bridge between one belief and other more updated belief, a place or another reality.  A bridge may be necessary if a disconnection has taken place between two individuals in some energetic way, or simply if a new bridge is appropriate to be formed at any given time.  This bridge connects and harmonizes the energies between the two individuals which then helps with the transference of information between the two.  This is a great way to connect with the higher aspect of another.  

 

Also this piece can help two individuals who may not have met yet to connect over a far distance to draw the two together.  

This bridge can also be created between the wearer and a physical place for a multitude of reasons, whether it be to relieve anxiety before travel or to connect/reconnect with a place somewhere on the planet.  

A bridge can also be created between the wearer and a situation or a moment into time - past, present, future - where the wearer wishes to gain more conscious awareness and or possibly heal an event from the past. 

 

Can also be used with animals to create harmony and create a far stronger telepathic connection.  Animals have a chakra system too so just project love through the Wheel and watch to see how and where this bridge/tunnel connects, then just keep sending love through it until the Dharma Wheel asks you to stop.  Notice your clairvoyant visual thoughts after this as this may be the way this animal wishes to connect with you.  I have never experienced a Dharma Wheel like this before.

 

Directions:

Hold the Dharma Wheel in front of you, hold the intention of the person you wish to connect to and project love through the Wheel.  This piece rotates counter-clockwise. A bridge/tunnel will be created between you and this other person from one of your chakra’s to a chakra of the other person. This bridge may connect into the same corresponding chakra in both individuals such as your heart to their heart, or into a different chakra, such as your Heart to their Crown, etc.  Your Higher Self works with this Dharma Wheel and will govern which chakra to connect with so just project love and see what happens, don’t force it to create a bridge to where your Higher Self does not want a bridge to be created.  Always tune in to find out who is best for you to connect with ahead of time, just listen to your Higher Self and see where you end up creating bridges to.

   

Price: $200

 

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#4

Fibula Amulet - Small:

Origin: Tibet 

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Golden mixed metals with iron, possibly meteorite.

Size: 1.20 x 1.0”

 

Buckles to bind the covers of Tibetan scriptures.  Both Bonpo (followers of the Bon tradition) and Buddhists used such buckles in their Monasteries.

 

Energy of this piece:

This piece brings about inner peace, harmony, tranquility. 

 

Price: $80

 

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#5

Fibula Amulet - Medium:

Origin: Tibet 

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with small amount of meteorite.

Size: 1.50” x 1.20”

 

Buckles to bind the covers of Tibetan scriptures.  Both Bonpo (followers of the Bon tradition) and Buddhists used such buckles in their Monasteries.

 

Energy of this piece:  

This Fibula Buckle connects with a person’s 6th chakra helping a person’s Clairvoyant ability. It also brings about inner peace, harmony, tranquility. 

 

Price: $100

 

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#6

Fibula Amulet - Large:

Origin: Tibet 

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with small amount of meteorite.

Size: 1.45” x 1.60”

 

Buckles to bind the covers of Tibetan scriptures.  Both Bonpo (followers of the Bon tradition) and Buddhists used such buckles in their Monasteries.

 

Energy of this piece:

This Fibula Buckle brings people together so they many understand their lessons and teachings.  This is a great amulet if you wish to draw people together in Sangha.

The sangha is a part—together with the Buddha and the dharma (teaching)—of the Threefold Refuge, a basic creed of Buddhism.

Saṅga (सङ्ग) Meeting, encountering, association, intercourse, friendship, joining, uniting, desire, wish, cupidity, devotion to, a confluence of rivers, contact, touch.

 

Price: $120

 

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#7

Two Dragons chasing a Pearl

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Copper looking hue (unidentified metal) with mixed metals but no iron/meteorite present.  

Size: 1.75” x 2”

 

Tibetan Meaning: 

Not known

 

Energy of this piece:

The energy of every ‘Two Dragons chasing a Pearl’ Amulet I have ever read had the same agenda each time: To help get the person find their inner core again.

 

This piece helps a person to become aware what they really want at their core and figure out how to get there.  It also removes the fear that may be stopping or blocking the person from finding their own heart direction. Helps a person harmonize also with their inner core.  This is an amulet about balance, inner peace and harmony.  It wants to help its wearer follow their hearts desire not someone or something else’s path.  

Price: $150

 

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#8

Two Dragons chasing a Pearl

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Golden mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite. 

Size: 1.75” x 2”

 

Tibetan Meaning: 

Not known

 

Energy of this piece:

The energy of every ‘Two Dragons chasing a Pearl’ Amulet I have ever read had the same agenda each time: To help get the person find their inner core again.

This piece is about Joy and inner peace. It also can help with Awareness to help a person realize they are already Abundant, to help them be aware of what they already have rather than the pursuit of other trinkets and things. This is a powerful piece, only to be used by someone who wishes to live their truth as this piece will guide them successfully to this location where they can then dwell.  (yes strange english but that’s what I heard verbatim).

 

Price: $200

 

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#9

Tibetan Offspring of a Phoenix - Skull, Dorje, Infinite knot

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown - possibly mid-20th Century maybe earlier

Metals: Mixed metals with some iron present, possibly Meteorite which is considered highly auspicious.  Amulet also has a silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 2.75” x 2.0”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning: Also known as Garuda and Khyung, the Offspring of Phoenix is a powerful Protector Bird, he is about Fortune, Creativity, Power and rising above.  He is Powerful. These pieces only started appearing in the Tibetan community in Nepal in 2019, prior to that I had never seen them.   They are highly valued by the Tibetans and very auspicious.  

 

Symbols surrounding the Phoenix: 

Skull: Skulls traditionally represented death in Tibet, but Buddhists incorporated Tibetan skull images to represent the impermanence of life and the limits of human knowledge so a person can reflect upon the inevitability of death and the necessity of embracing lives filled with compassion. 

Dorje/Vajra: In Tibetan Buddhism a Dorje (Tibetan) / Vajra (Sanskrit) is the representation of a thunderbolt in the form of a short double trident or sceptre, symbolizing the male aspect of the spirit and held during invocations and prayers.  In Tibetan Buddhism this is considered one of the highest resonating symbols that represents Compassion - the highest form of Love.  By bringing pure unconditional Compassion into any situation a healing takes place.

Endless Knot: The endless knot is a piece of imagery present throughout many ancient cultures and beliefs. In Buddhism the knot serves as a symbol of the Buddha's endless wisdom and compassion in addition to eternal harmony. When applied to the Buddha's teachings it represents the endless cycle of rebirth.

 

Energy of this piece: This piece is about Freedom pure and simple! When a person works with this piece it allows them to release their energy and any ‘out of control’ emotions safely, it also tempers and turns down a person’s anger frequency significantly.  This Amulet loves it when the person wearing it has spunk as there is so much energy in this piece - this piece loves a person who has a similar energy. Wants to draw life and life experience into a person’s aura/sphere so they can experience life to the fullest.  This piece is about Freedom into Enlightenment. it really likes a person who looks beyond the fringe.  Amazing at clearing negative energy - I can not over emphasis this.

 

One of many ways to work with this amulet with regards to protection: Hold the intention of creating a bubble of very high resonating protective energy, then project love from your Heart directly through the Offspring of Phoenix.  Watch or perceive a bubble of high resonating energy forming in front of you, as soon as it is formed step into this bubble and watch/know/feel as your energy shifts, see how much stronger your protection is, how much higher you calibrate/resonate at.  Simply hold the intention of creating this bubble, protect love through this amulet, watch it form in front of you and then simply step into it. Protected and Loved - Voila!

 

Price: $275

 

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#10

Tibetan Offspring of a Phoenix - Skull, Dorje, Infinite knot

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown - ossibly mid-20th Century maybe earlier

Metals: Mixed metals, no meteorite present. Silver’ish hue - no Silver present.

Size: 2.65” x 2.10”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning: Also known as Garuda and Khyung, the Offspring of Phoenix is a powerful Protector Bird, he is about Fortune, Creativity, Power and rising above.  He is Powerful. These pieces only started appearing in the Tibetan community in Nepal in 2019, prior to that I had never seen them.   They are highly valued by the Tibetans and very auspicious.  

 

Symbols surrounding the Phoenix: 

Skull: Skulls traditionally represented death in Tibet, but Buddhists incorporated Tibetan skull images to represent the impermanence of life and the limits of human knowledge so a person can reflect upon the inevitability of death and the necessity of embracing lives filled with compassion. 

Dorje/Vajra: In Tibetan Buddhism a Dorje (Tibetan) / Vajra (Sanskrit) is the representation of a thunderbolt in the form of a short double trident or sceptre, symbolizing the male aspect of the spirit and held during invocations and prayers.  In Tibetan Buddhism this is considered one of the highest resonating symbols that represents Compassion - the highest form of Love.  By bringing pure unconditional Compassion into any situation a healing takes place.

Endless Knot: The endless knot is a piece of imagery present throughout many ancient cultures and beliefs. In Buddhism the knot serves as a symbol of the Buddha's endless wisdom and compassion in addition to eternal harmony. When applied to the Buddha's teachings it represents the endless cycle of rebirth.

 

Energy of this piece: This piece is for someone who is looking to find themselves.  It will help guide a person within themselves and find a deep level of inner peace.  Within this inner peace is Silence, within the Silence is Truth, within Truth All is Known.  (This amulet is dictating as I type.) Whomever wished to truly find themselves then please step forward.  (And then he said: “And now we shall see whomever wishes to step from the Ego known into the Unknowable.)  When a person works with this piece it allows them to release their energy and any out of control emotions safely, it also tempers and turns down a person’s anger frequency significantly. Amazing at clearing negative energy - I can not over emphasis this.

 

One of many ways to work with this amulet with regards to protection: Hold the intention of creating a bubble of very high resonating protective energy, then project love from your Heart directly through the Offspring of Phoenix.  Watch or perceive a bubble of high resonating energy forming in front of you, as soon as it is formed step into this bubble and watch/know/feel as your energy shifts, see how much stronger your protection is, how much higher you calibrate/resonate at.  Simply hold the intention of creating this bubble, protect love through this amulet, watch it form in front of you and then simply step into it. Protected and Loved - Voila!

 

 

Price: $275

 

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#11

Tibetan Offspring of a Phoenix - Skull, Dorje, Infinite knot & Frog

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown - possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with significant iron present, possibly Meteorite which is considered highly auspicious.  

Amulet also has a silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 2.60” x 2.10”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning: Also known as Garuda and Khyung, the Offspring of Phoenix is a powerful Protector Bird, he is about Fortune, Creativity, Power and rising above.  He is Powerful. These pieces only started appearing in the Tibetan community in Nepal in 2019, prior to that I had never seen them.   They are highly valued by the Tibetans and very auspicious.  

 

Symbols surrounding the Phoenix: 

Skull: Skulls traditionally represented death in Tibet, but Buddhists incorporated Tibetan skull images to represent the impermanence of life and the limits of human knowledge so a person can reflect upon the inevitability of death and the necessity of embracing lives filled with compassion. 

Dorje/Vajra: In Tibetan Buddhism a Dorje (Tibetan) / Vajra (Sanskrit) is the representation of a thunderbolt in the form of a short double trident or sceptre, symbolizing the male aspect of the spirit and held during invocations and prayers.  In Tibetan Buddhism this is considered one of the highest resonating symbols that represents Compassion - the highest form of Love.  By bringing pure unconditional Compassion into any situation a healing takes place.

Endless Knot: The endless knot is a piece of imagery present throughout many ancient cultures and beliefs. In Buddhism the knot serves as a symbol of the Buddha's endless wisdom and compassion in addition to eternal harmony. When applied to the Buddha's teachings it represents the endless cycle of rebirth.

Frog: Like the butterfly, the frog is a symbol of reincarnation.  It’s form goes through a radical transformation: from frothy spawn containing myriad eggs, to the tadpole breathing by means of gills and sprouting legs, which finally in losing its tail becomes the adult air-breathing hopper. 

The Sanskrit word, mandukya means frog. The Hindu scripture, Mandukya Upanishad, says that the three letters that comprise the chief mantra AUM (usually written OM in languages using the Latin alphabet) each signify a state of consciousness:  A = waking,  U = dreaming, and M = dreamless sleep. 

 

Energy of this piece: When a person works with this piece it allows them to release their energy and any out of control emotions safely, it also tempers and turns down a person’s anger frequency significantly. 

 

This next part is completely dependent on the wearer and their level of Spiritual attainment in this life. This amulet can help the wearer move into the 5th Dimension ‘if’ the person is ready to move there.  It will not take everyone to the 5th Dimension as not all are ready or prepared for such a journey. Once there though they can create, manifest, heal, whatever they wish … just being there this is a great healing. The 5th Dimension is a space that is contained within the space we are right now but resonates at the far higher frequency associated with Love.  This amulet not only can get the wearer there through meditation but also can help give access to spaces/areas within the 5th Dimension that a person can not normally access.  I have worked with a number of amulets that have helped me arrive there many times, I have never seen one that can grant access to many spaces like piece. 

Amazing at clearing negative energy - I can not over emphasis this.

 

(And yes I want to keep this piece but it is not for me as he has his eagle eye on someone further a field.)  

A unique and powerful amulet for the lucky recipient. 

 

One of many ways to work with this amulet with regards to protection: Hold the intention of creating a bubble of very high resonating protective energy, then project love from your Heart directly through the Offspring of Phoenix.  Watch or perceive a bubble of high resonating energy forming in front of you, as soon as it is formed step into this bubble and watch/know/feel as your energy shifts, see how much stronger your protection is, how much higher you calibrate/resonate at.  Simply hold the intention of creating this bubble, protect love through this amulet, watch it form in front of you and then simply step into it. Protected and Loved - Voila!

 

Price: $300

 

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#12

Dharma Story Buddha’s Birth: 

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, probably 20th century

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite. Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 2.10” x 2.60”

 

Tibetan Buddhist meaning:

This is the dharma story of Buddha’s birth.  His mother is holding onto a tree as she gives birth to Buddha from her side, the 7 lotus flowers represent the the path from where Buddha had just descended from.  In the background 2 bodhisattvas watch on.

 

Energy of this piece: 

This piece can bring love and sunshine to a person’s life.  It’s frequency is far more geared towards Joy than anything else. It simply wants it’s wearer to be happy. 

It helps to birth a new beginning. This is an important amulet.

 

Price: $250

 

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#13

Melong - Medium

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Golden mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite.  

Size: 1.25” x 1.75”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning of the Melong: 

Melong ‘May-long’ translates as ‘Mirror’ in Tibetan.

They are used to protect and mirror negative energy way from it’s wearer.   Melong are amazing at clearing energy out of one’s own Aura and other people’s energy fields.  Wearing a Melong heightens awareness, and protects body and mind from negative influences. The Melong is a powerful Tibetan astrological mandala to have in one's home for protection and to attract positive energies. Found in most Tibetan homes, this mandala features select deities and astrological symbols that when combined, provide perfect feng shui, offering protection against harm, and bringing about good energies throughout the home.  A Melong is also a way to tell time on a universal grand scale with the 8 cells at the center, surrounded by the iChing and the Chinese zodiac and finally Chibu, the Tibetan Lord of the Universe guarding over the Melong around the outer edges.

 

Energy of this piece: 

Fantastic at clearing energy, will work well with someone that has a soft feminine energy, whomever this is there is a likelihood they will be best buddies.

 

How to use:

* Hold the intention of where you wish for the energy to clear, whether that be your Aura, someone else’s Aura, a project, a room, a moment in time on your timeline past, present, future, whatever you wish to clear of lower resonating energy, 

* Project pure Heart energy directly through the Melong, and if you can, watch clairvoyantly the energy flowing out the other side and directly into wherever you wish to be healed. 

* The Melong will know exactly what is appropriate for each situation.  

* All you have to do is keep projecting your Pure Heart energy through the Melong while focusing on whatever/whomever you are energetically clearing and let the Melong do what it does best until the piece is finished - this could be seconds or minutes depending on the space you are healing.  

* The healing will only happen while you are projecting your Heart Love Energy through it, so if you stop after 10 seconds and more is needed time is needed then refocus and continue to project your Heart energy until the Melong calms down.

* Melongs love to clear energy.  They are very safe to use, even if you are a novice, as they will never over step the boundaries of that which is appropriate within any healing.  In plain english the Melong will address whatever is appropriate for the person, room, situation, etc and heal right where it requires healing without overdoing it..

 

Price: $135

 

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#14

Melong - small

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Golden mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite.  

Size: 1.1” x 1.3”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning of the Melong: 

Melong ‘May-long’ translates as ‘Mirror’ in Tibetan.

They are used to protect and mirror negative energy way from it’s wearer.   Melong are amazing at clearing energy out of one’s own Aura and other people’s energy fields.  Wearing a Melong heightens awareness, and protects body and mind from negative influences. The Melong is a powerful Tibetan astrological mandala to have in one's home for protection and to attract positive energies. Found in most Tibetan homes, this mandala features select deities and astrological symbols that when combined, provide perfect feng shui, offering protection against harm, and bringing about good energies throughout the home.  A Melong is also a way to tell time on a universal grand scale with the 8 cells at the center, surrounded by the iChing and the Chinese zodiac and finally Chibu, the Tibetan Lord of the Universe guarding over the Melong around the outer edges.

 

Energy of this piece:  

It maybe small but its very exact and quite powerful.  The energy emitting out of it is very precise, like using a scalpel. Excellent for clearing spaces and for fine detailed healing work too as it is so precise.  If you wish to heal just a small part of something without interfering with the surrounding energy then this piece is perfect.  Every time I look at the energy all I can see and hear is how exact it is.  For example; if you wish to update a contract or agreement and wish to only update one line then you can use this Melong to clear the energy of just that one line.  It’s also very good at jumping over energy to clear energy behind it.  How this could look is if you wish to clear something that is hidden from view either in your Conscious or Sub-Conscious this piece can locate and heal it.  It can zero in on something while leaving the energy around it intact.  Precise is its middle name.

 

How to use:

* Hold the intention of where you wish for the energy to clear, whether that be your Aura, someone else’s Aura, a project, a room, a moment in time on your timeline past, present, future, whatever you wish to clear of lower resonating energy, 

* Project pure Heart energy directly through the Melong, and if you can, watch clairvoyantly the energy flowing out the other side and directly into wherever you wish to be healed. 

* The Melong will know exactly what is appropriate for each situation.  

* All you have to do is keep projecting your Pure Heart energy through the Melong while focusing on whatever/whomever you are energetically clearing and let the Melong do what it does best until the piece is finished - this could be seconds or minutes depending on the space you are healing.  

* The healing will only happen while you are projecting your Heart Love Energy through it, so if you stop after 10 seconds and more is needed time is needed then refocus and continue to project your Heart energy until the Melong calms down.

* Melongs love to clear energy.  They are very safe to use, even if you are a novice, as they will never over step the boundaries of that which is appropriate within any healing.  In plain english the Melong will address whatever is appropriate for the person, room, situation, etc and heal right where it requires healing without overdoing it.

 

Price: $100

 

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#15

Melong - small

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Golden mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite. 

Size: 1.1” x 1.3”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning of the Melong: 

Melong ‘May-long’ translates as ‘Mirror’ in Tibetan.

They are used to protect and mirror negative energy way from it’s wearer.   Melong are amazing at clearing energy out of one’s own Aura and other people’s energy fields.  Wearing a Melong heightens awareness, and protects body and mind from negative influences. The Melong is a powerful Tibetan astrological mandala to have in one's home for protection and to attract positive energies. Found in most Tibetan homes, this mandala features select deities and astrological symbols that when combined, provide perfect feng shui, offering protection against harm, and bringing about good energies throughout the home.  A Melong is also a way to tell time on a universal grand scale with the 8 cells at the center, surrounded by the iChing and the Chinese zodiac and finally Chibu, the Tibetan Lord of the Universe guarding over the Melong around the outer edges.

 

Energy of this piece:  

This piece immediately told me it wants to be with a man.  Sorry ladies. This one is really powerful, it can burn holes in walls. This piece is not precise, its energy fans out as love is projected through it.  Excellent for clearing energy, clearing up a mess after its already happened, almost as if its an industrial brush clearing up after the fact.  It like to mop energy up and clear it out.  And when I ask about anything else is says “…and i really want a man to wear me.” ha.

 

How to use:

* Hold the intention of where you wish for the energy to clear, whether that be your Aura, someone else’s Aura, a project, a room, a moment in time on your timeline past, present, future, whatever you wish to clear of lower resonating energy, 

* Project pure Heart energy directly through the Melong, and if you can, watch clairvoyantly the energy flowing out the other side and directly into wherever you wish to be healed. 

* The Melong will know exactly what is appropriate for each situation.  

* All you have to do is keep projecting your Pure Heart energy through the Melong while focusing on whatever/whomever you are energetically clearing and let the Melong do what it does best until the piece is finished - this could be seconds or minutes depending on the space you are healing.  

* The healing will only happen while you are projecting your Heart Love Energy through it, so if you stop after 10 seconds and more is needed time is needed then refocus and continue to project your Heart energy until the Melong calms down.

* Melongs love to clear energy.  They are very safe to use, even if you are a novice, as they will never over step the boundaries of that which is appropriate within any healing.  In plain english the Melong will address whatever is appropriate for the person, room, situation, etc and heal right where it requires healing without overdoing it.

 

Price: $100

 

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#16

Melong - small

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition:Golden mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite. 

Size: 1.1” x 1.3”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning of the Melong: 

Melong ‘May-long’ translates as ‘Mirror’ in Tibetan.

They are used to protect and mirror negative energy way from it’s wearer.   Melong are amazing at clearing energy out of one’s own Aura and other people’s energy fields.  Wearing a Melong heightens awareness, and protects body and mind from negative influences. The Melong is a powerful Tibetan astrological mandala to have in one's home for protection and to attract positive energies. Found in most Tibetan homes, this mandala features select deities and astrological symbols that when combined, provide perfect feng shui, offering protection against harm, and bringing about good energies throughout the home.  A Melong is also a way to tell time on a universal grand scale with the 8 cells at the center, surrounded by the iChing and the Chinese zodiac and finally Chibu, the Tibetan Lord of the Universe guarding over the Melong around the outer edges.

 

Energy of this piece:  

This Melong is a heart piece, it loves to clear energy, has a sweet lovely feel to it.  It clears energy very well, its not precise and its not far reaching its more concentrated in the middle area so it can clear a room easily with enough focused Heart energy flowing through it from its wearer.  It loves love (how nice to hear that!), it wants its wearer to be happy.  When the wearer is happy the amulet is happy.  Harmony would be a great name for this sweet little amulet. When the right person finds this amulet they will feel a spark in their heart.  

 

How to use:

* Hold the intention of where you wish for the energy to clear, whether that be your Aura, someone else’s Aura, a project, a room, a moment in time on your timeline past, present, future, whatever you wish to clear of lower resonating energy, 

* Project pure Heart energy directly through the Melong, and if you can, watch clairvoyantly the energy flowing out the other side and directly into wherever you wish to be healed. 

* The Melong will know exactly what is appropriate for each situation.  

* All you have to do is keep projecting your Pure Heart energy through the Melong while focusing on whatever/whomever you are energetically clearing and let the Melong do what it does best until the piece is finished - this could be seconds or minutes depending on the space you are healing.  

* The healing will only happen while you are projecting your Heart Love Energy through it, so if you stop after 10 seconds and more is needed time is needed then refocus and continue to project your Heart energy until the Melong calms down.

* Melongs love to clear energy.  They are very safe to use, even if you are a novice, as they will never over step the boundaries of that which is appropriate within any healing.  In plain english the Melong will address whatever is appropriate for the person, room, situation, etc and heal right where it requires healing without overdoing it.

 

Price: $100

 

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#17

Melong - small

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Golden mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite. 

Size: 1.1” x 1.3”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning of the Melong: 

Melong ‘May-long’ translates as ‘Mirror’ in Tibetan.

They are used to protect and mirror negative energy way from it’s wearer.   Melong are amazing at clearing energy out of one’s own Aura and other people’s energy fields.  Wearing a Melong heightens awareness, and protects body and mind from negative influences. The Melong is a powerful Tibetan astrological mandala to have in one's home for protection and to attract positive energies. Found in most Tibetan homes, this mandala features select deities and astrological symbols that when combined, provide perfect feng shui, offering protection against harm, and bringing about good energies throughout the home.  A Melong is also a way to tell time on a universal grand scale with the 8 cells at the center, surrounded by the iChing and the Chinese zodiac and finally Chibu, the Tibetan Lord of the Universe guarding over the Melong around the outer edges.

 

Energy of this piece:  

This piece loves to love.  Great at clearing energy, a beautiful piece.

 

How to use:

* Hold the intention of where you wish for the energy to clear, whether that be your Aura, someone else’s Aura, a project, a room, a moment in time on your timeline past, present, future, whatever you wish to clear of lower resonating energy, 

* Project pure Heart energy directly through the Melong, and if you can, watch clairvoyantly the energy flowing out the other side and directly into wherever you wish to be healed. 

* The Melong will know exactly what is appropriate for each situation.  

* All you have to do is keep projecting your Pure Heart energy through the Melong while focusing on whatever/whomever you are energetically clearing and let the Melong do what it does best until the piece is finished - this could be seconds or minutes depending on the space you are healing.  

* The healing will only happen while you are projecting your Heart Love Energy through it, so if you stop after 10 seconds and more is needed time is needed then refocus and continue to project your Heart energy until the Melong calms down.

* Melongs love to clear energy.  They are very safe to use, even if you are a novice, as they will never over step the boundaries of that which is appropriate within any healing.  In plain english the Melong will address whatever is appropriate for the person, room, situation, etc and heal right where it requires healing without overdoing it..

 

Price: $100


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#18

Large Melong:

Origin: Tibet.  Recently bought over the SW border of Nepalese border by Tibetans

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with small amount of meteorite. Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 1.80” x 1.80” 

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning of the Melong: 

Melong ‘May-long’ translates as ‘Mirror’ in Tibetan.

They are used to protect and mirror negative energy way from it’s wearer.   Melong are amazing at clearing energy out of one’s own Aura and other people’s energy fields.  Wearing a Melong heightens awareness, and protects body and mind from negative influences. The Melong is a powerful Tibetan astrological mandala to have in one's home for protection and to attract positive energies. Found in most Tibetan homes, this mandala features select deities and astrological symbols that when combined, provide perfect feng shui, offering protection against harm, and bringing about good energies throughout the home.  A Melong is also a way to tell time on a universal grand scale with the 8 cells at the center, surrounded by the iChing and the Chinese zodiac and finally Chibu, the Tibetan Lord of the Universe guarding over the Melong around the outer edges.

 

Energy of this piece:  

This Melong clears energy beautifully.  When projecting Love energy from your Heart through the center of of this piece a stream of spiraling energy will flow out the other side of it, this can then form a concentrated laser-like energy which can be projected towards wherever the wearer wishes to hold their intention so it can heal whatever, wherever it touches. This energy flow can be projected at a person’s Aura to help clear the Aura of external, adverse energy, or into the room in case there are any lower frequencies present, or even towards an aspect of their lives they wish to clear and heal on their timeline whether it be past, present or future.  The spaces this Melong can heal is endless - it’s up to the creative mind of the wearer and how far they wish to explore and clear with it. 

 

How to use:

* Hold the intention of where you wish for the energy to clear, whether that be your Aura, someone else’s Aura, a project, a room, a moment in time on your timeline past, present, future, whatever you wish to clear of lower resonating energy, 

* Project pure Heart energy directly through the Melong, and if you can, watch clairvoyantly the energy flowing out the other side and directly into wherever you wish to be healed. 

* The Melong will know exactly what is appropriate for each situation.  

* All you have to do is keep projecting your Pure Heart energy through the Melong while focusing on whatever/whomever you are energetically clearing and let the Melong do what it does best until the piece is finished - this could be seconds or minutes depending on the space you are healing.  

* The healing will only happen while you are projecting your Heart Love Energy through it, so if you stop after 10 seconds and more is needed time is needed then refocus and continue to project your Heart energy until the Melong calms down.

* Melongs love to clear energy.  They are very safe to use, even if you are a novice, as they will never over step the boundaries of that which is appropriate within any healing.  In plain english the Melong will address whatever is appropriate for the person, room, situation, etc and heal right where it requires healing without overdoing it.

 

Price: $200

 

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#19

Jambhala

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed Golden metals with a tiny bit of iron present, possibly Meteorite. 

Size: 1.4” x 1.75”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning: 

Jambhala is the God of Wealth and appropriately a member of the Jewel Family. Jambhala is also believed to be an emanation of Avalokitesvara or Chenrezig, the Bodhisattva of Compassion, The Dalai Lama is the living emanation of this Buddha. There are five different wealth Jambhalas; each has his own practice and mantra to help eliminate poverty and create financial stability.

Jambhala is the protector of all sentient beings from all sickness and difficulties. Jambhala is a Bodhisattva of material and spiritual wealth as well as many other things, especially of granting financial stability.

 

Energy of this piece: Jambala is all about Abundance and this amulet definitely displaces this energy.  He wants to enrich a person’s life with abundance, prosperity and happiness (I am typing as he speaks).  He is saying with the right combination of energy from the wearer and himself they can create magic together.  Depends on the person as the person must have a great propensity for this.  He wishes to work with someone whom is already a master.  Of course this very well could be mastery from a past life that has yet to be known, if so he can help teach the wearer how to step into their own success, their own energy, their own true Mastery of Self.  

 

His teaching are as follows: “You are Wealth. It does not just flow to you … you are that which you seek.  Realise you are Wealthy already in Spirit, Mind and Body, only then can you start to create a world of emanating love around all that you know all that you are. These ripples will touch everything, everyone, only then can you understand the full extent of your service to humanity. Of this I give to you - the Abundance of Soul, inner peace, Love, wealth, happiness.” And yes he just said that as I simply typed. 

 

Price: $135

 

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#20

Tibetan Phurba

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite.  Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 2.4” x 0.4”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning: 

A phurpa (also spelled phurba and phurpha) is a three sided dagger that is used to pin down negative energy and transmute it to positive energy.

They were first created by Padmasambhava (also known as Guru Rinpoche) in 760 AD to help pin down demons that were trying to stop Samye Monastery from being built.

Padma fashioned the phurpas out of stakes and pinned down all of the demons successfully which led to the completion of Samye Monastery, Tibet’s first Buddhist Monastery.

Phurpas are widely used in Tibet, Nepal and India.  Hollywood has given them a more sinister edge but in reality phurpa’s are a tool used with Love to clear energy highly effectively.  

A Tibetan phurba will nearly always have a Vajra in it’s hilt meaning ‘with love and compassion.’  

 

Energy of this piece:

This one has great energy! It wants to work with either a man or a woman, it doesn’t care, as long as they use it frequently. 

 

How to use:

* Point the phurpa at the space you wish to clear and start projecting love through it.  

* Continue to send love until the phurpa has finished transmuting whatever it’s clearing to love. More than likely you will feel this happening, if you do not feel anything it may mean the phurpa is for someone else.

* Sometimes it will want to touch the ground after it has finished clearing, so simply plant the phurpa softly to the ground, the carpet, the soil, and let the energy continue to clear out of it until you feel the phurpa has finished its work.  

* Smaller phurpas are safe to use on your chakra system to help dis-attach cords and transmute funky, low resonating energy. A great thing to do before gently pulling a cord out.  (never yank as you can damage your chakra)

* Can be pointed at a person, a project, a room, a situation in the past, present, future.  Whatever you wish to transmute from negative to positive energy a phurba will do this for you.  They are the best tool in your kit, I wouldn’t leave home with out one.  

 

Price: $100

 

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#21

Tibetan Phurba

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite.  Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 2.4” x 0.4

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning: 

A phurpa (also spelled phurba and phurpha) is a three sided dagger that is used to pin down negative energy and transmute it to positive energy.

They were first created by Padmasambhava (also known as Guru Rinpoche) in 760 AD to help pin down demons that were trying to stop Samye Monastery from being built.

Padma fashioned the phurpas out of stakes and pinned down all of the demons successfully which led to the completion of Samye Monastery, Tibet’s first Buddhist Monastery.

Phurpas are widely used in Tibet, Nepal and India.  Hollywood has given them a more sinister edge but in reality phurpa’s are a tool used with Love to clear energy highly effectively.  

A Tibetan phurba will nearly always have a Vajra in it’s hilt meaning ‘with love and compassion.’  

 

Energy of this piece: 

This one loves to be planted in the ground after its had love projected through it wow.  Powerful, safe to you

 

How to use:

* Point the phurba at the space you wish to clear and start projecting love through it.  

* Continue to send love until the phurpa has finished transmuting to love whatever it is you are wishing to clear.  

* Sometimes it will want to touch the ground after it has finished clearing, simply plant the phurpa softly to the ground, the carpet, the soil, and let the energy continue to clear until you feel the phurpa has finished its work.  

* Smaller phurpas such as this one are safe to use on your chakras to help disattach cords and transmute funky, low resonating energy. A great thing to do before gently pulling a cord out. (never yank as you can damage your chakra)

* Can be pointed at a person, a project, a room, a situation in the past, present, future.  Whatever you wish to transmute from negative to positive energy a phurba will do this for you.  They are the best tool in your kit, I wouldn’t leave home with out one.  

 

Price: $100

 

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#22

Tibetan Phurba

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite.  Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 2.4 x 0.4”

 

Tibetan Meaning: 

A phurpa (also spelled phurba and phurpha) is a three sided dagger that is used to pin down negative energy and transmute it to positive energy.

They were first created by Padmasambhava (also known as Guru Rinpoche) in 760 AD to help pin down demons that were trying to stop Samye Monastery from being built.

Padma fashioned the phurpas out of stakes and pinned down all of the demons successfully which led to the completion of Samye Monastery, Tibet’s first Buddhist Monastery.

Phurpas are widely used in Tibet, Nepal and India.  Hollywood has given them a more sinister edge but in reality phurpa’s are a tool used with Love to clear energy highly effectively.  

A Tibetan phurba will nearly always have a Vajra in it’s hilt meaning ‘with love and compassion.’  

 

Energy of this piece:

I really like this phurpa.  Powerful, clean, works and clears right where you want it to clear.  I used this piece to help clear out the energy of the other amulets as they all arrived holding some kind of old energy that needed to be cleared out.  This phurpa cleared and transmuted all the energy beautifully. I wish I could keep it but it has aligned with someone I will be reading instead, as much as I tried to talk it out of it.

 

How to use:

* Point the phurba at the space you wish to clear and start projecting love through it.  

* Continue to send love until the phurpa has finished transmuting to love whatever it is you are wishing to clear.  

* Sometimes it will want to touch the ground after it has finished clearing, simply plant the phurpa softly to the ground, the carpet, the soil, and let the energy continue to clear until you feel the phurpa has finished its work.  

* Smaller phurpas such as this one are safe to use on your chakras to help disattach cords and transmute funky, low resonating energy. A great thing to do before gently pulling a cord out. (never yank as you can damage your chakra)

* Can be pointed at a person, a project, a room, a situation in the past, present, future.  Whatever you wish to transmute from negative to positive energy a phurba will do this for you.  They are the best tool in your kit, I wouldn’t leave home with out one.  

 

Price: $100

 

 

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# 23

Arrowhead

Origin: Tibet

Age: 8th Century

Metal Composition: Golden mixed metals with iron, very possibly meteorite.

Size: 1.3 x 0.5”

 

Energy of this piece: 

A wonderful addition when using a phurba as it will amplify the power of the phurba.

 

Very strong energy with a laser beam focus that emits from the arrow when love is projected through it.  As it cuts it cauterizes.  

The energy of this arrow will flow out strongly to anything you wish to clear/sever that you are focusing on.  If you are focusing on yourself this piece may arch it’s energy back after it leaves the arrow so it can enter your aura.  This will help you to gently release energy in an effective way. It will sever things quickly which means you may have an abrupt turn around on an idea or desire as energy falls away.  So just know you simply may change you mind quickly over something once you release/sever energy from yourself. This Arrow is too powerful to point directly at your chakra system. 

How to use:

* Point the Arrowhead at the space you wish to clear and start projecting love through it.  

* Continue to send love until the Arrow has finished transmuting to love whatever it is you are wishing to clear.  

* Can be pointed at a person, a project, a room, a situation in the past, present, future.  Whatever you wish to transmute from negative to positive energy this arrow will do this for you.  

* They are the best tool in your kit along with phurpa’s which are pretty much the same thing.

* Do not use directly on your chakra system as it is too powerful. If it’s is supposed to work on it simply point the arrow away from you, project love and let the energy arch back around to you.

 

Price: $150 

 

 

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#24

Tibetan Snow lion - གངས་སེང་གེ་

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Golden mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite.  

Size: 1.3” x 1.1”

 

Tibetan Meaning: 

The roar of the Snow Lion embodies the sound of 'emptiness', courage and truth, and because of this is often a synonym for the Buddhadharma, the Buddha’s teachings, as it implies freedom from karma and the challenging call to awakening. It was considered to be so powerful that just a single roar could cause seven dragons to fall from the sky.

 

This has been my experience of  my Snow Lions: They maybe small but they roar with the power of 10 lions.

 

Energy of this piece: 

He may be small but his energy is big!  He breathes fire. Loves to eat energy.  He loves to work with kind people. I am trying to get more info out of this Lion, what i hear is 

“Whomever this piece is for they will just know.”

 

Price: $125

 

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#25

Tibetan Snow lion - གངས་སེང་གེ་

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite.  Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 1.3” x 1.1”

 

Tibetan Meaning: 

The roar of the Snow Lion embodies the sound of 'emptiness', courage and truth, and because of this is often a synonym for the Buddhadharma, the Buddha’s teachings, as it implies freedom from karma and the challenging call to awakening. It was considered to be so powerful that just a single roar could cause seven dragons to fall from the sky.

 

This has been my experience of  my Snow Lions: They maybe small but they roar with the power of 10 lions. 

 

Energy of this piece: 

Definitely a different energy to the other Snow Lion.  With this particular Lion, he will seek out energy.  For example: if energy is hiding on your timeline or in your Sub-Conscious that you wish to heal or clear you can send him in.  He will find it and he will clear it … and eat it. I can see an interesting theme developing with these Lions, I have worked with them for years, never knew about this desire to eat energy.

When I asked him to find the first time my heart was broken back when I was very young and for him to heal it, I projected love through him and I saw this while snow lion the size of a St. Bernard start running down my timeline into my past.  How fascinating. I have only ever seen them roar fire, I have never seen them as Tibetan white snow lions like that before!

 

Price: $125

 

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#26

Khyung Amulet:

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with small amount of meteorite. Silver hue - no silver present.

Size: 2.10” x 3.20”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning: 

Mantra:

‘OM MANI PADME HUM’

(Transforms your impure body, speech and mind into the pure exalted body, speech and mind of a Buddha) - Avalokeshriya

 

In English, this rhythmic chant literally translates to “Praise to the Jewel in the Lotus.”  The mantra’s essence is powerful and pure.

As the Dalai Lama said, its meaning is “great and vast” because all the teachings of Buddha are wrapped up in this one phrase.

 

Khyung is the King of the Birds & protector of negativity. The Khyung, or native Eagle deity of Tibet which became assimilated into the Indian Garuda with the introduction of Buddhism. The horned Khyung is closely associated with the mountain spirits of the ancient northern Tibetan Kingdom of Shangshung, as well as being an important didactic symbol in both Bon and Buddhism.  The Khyung is the rival of the water skirts (lu) and is one of the few beings that can control them.  Khyung thogchags range in age from those that are clearly pre-Buddhist to mediaeval specimens, and pseudo-thogchags commonly produced in the 19th & 20th centuries with the syllable ‘khra’ cast into them.  The popularity of the diety accounts for its very long life space.  

He was popular up until @ 70 years ago in the Amdo region of Tibet which is inaccessible to Tourists even when Tibet’s doors are open. These are rare, I have found about 7 in the last 5 years, because of their rarity they are appreciating faster than other amulets.

 

Energy of this piece:  He is a powerful healer & protector. He can clear over to the light 4th Dimensional Beings.  He works well with someone with lots of energy.  For the right person he will protect your Energy field and soar above you like the Eagle he really is.  He says he can help you restore your faith in your fellow man (and woman). This Amulet can bring you back to a soaring wild joy again that you have experienced quite a few times in your life and it’s time to exp. it again. If it’s time to release limitations and learn how to just Be and incorporate the new into your life  then he can help you with this.  Whatever the prayer is the Amulet will work with it, just hold the intention of that which you wish to help, heal, enhance, manifest, etc & he will amplify it. He can also lift you up so you can see above the swamp matter of life - a different reality. He wants you to Fly. 

 

Price: $300

 

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#27

The Heart Mantra Tibetan Amulet

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with only a small amount of iron present, possibly Meteorite which is considered highly auspicious.  Amulet also has a silver’ish hue - no silver present.

 

Size: 1.75” x 3.25”


Tibetan Meaning:  

3 Mantras inscribed on the Amulet are called "Rigsum Gonpo"

 

Three mantras representing three gods: 

Avalokiteshvara, Manjushri and Vajrapani

 

Om Mani Padme Hum 

(Transforms your impure body, speech and mind into the pure exalted body, speech and mind of a Buddha) Avalokeshriya

Om Wagi Shori Hum

(Increases the effectiveness of communication) Manjushri

Om Benza Satto Hung

(Purification of Karma) Vajrapani

 

Energy of this piece: 

This piece ultimately is about Happiness through non-attachment.  It was fascinating, when I first looked at the Mantras when I projected love through this piece I could see only the middle Mantra was active, the other two were dormant.  I used a left handed Gurang as a key to open up these mantras … it was so stunning to watch.  Old energy like a dirty waterfall from this amulet’s past poured out of the bottom of the amulet, then a male being appeared in front of me and thanked me silently by placing his hands together in prayer at his 3rd eye, then he moved back into the Amulet. This took my breath away as it was so sudden and unexpected. Then suddenly a rainbow light show projecting out of the amulet through the mantras appeared in the room as the amulet awakened.  I then saw old energy falling out of me to help me move into a new space, a fresh start - a great thing to do if I intend to have Happiness through non-attachment. Then I heard: “Simply I am re-born.”  Very interested to know what this looks like once I integrate it. What an amazing Amulet! 

 

Price: $250

 

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#28

The Heart Mantra Tibetan Amulet

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, Possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with some iron present, possibly Meteorite which is considered highly auspicious.  Amulet also has a silver’ish hue - no silver present.

 

Size:  1.75” x 3.25”


Tibetan Meaning: 

3 Mantras inscribed on the Amulet are called "Rigsum Gonpo"

 

Three mantras representing three gods: 

Avalokiteshvara, Manjushri and Vajrapani

 

Om Mani Padme Hum 

(Transforms your impure body, speech and mind into the pure exalted body, speech and mind of a Buddha) Avalokeshriya

 

Om Wagi Shori Hum

(Increases the effectiveness of communication) Manjushri

 

Om Benza Satto Hung

(Purification of Karma) Vajrapani

 

Energy of this piece: 

This piece is very powerful.  This piece transmutes sadness.  This would be a great piece for someone dealing with Grief.  This would be primarily their own but also others whether they are friends, family, clients etc.  It also helps a person release themselves from Karma that is not their’s but is somehow attached to them.  When appropriate, it can heal a chakra by reconfigure it if they are offset or out of sync or mis-aligned.  It separates a chakra out then resets it by moving it back into place without any effort by the wearer of this amulet.  It will throw a spotlight energetically on wherever attention is needed for the wearer, so much of the time it will go ahead and heal the person, situation, etc, and there will be times where it just throws a flashlight on a space in your Aura so you can turn your attention to it and heal it from there. A very powerful Mantra Amulet.  First time I held this Amulet it lit up in my hand powerfully.  

 

Price: $250

 

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#29

The Heart Mantra Tibetan Amulet

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, Possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with small iron present, possibly Meteorite which is considered highly auspicious.  Amulet also has a silver’ish hue - no silver present.


Size: 1.75” x 3.20”

 

Tibetan Meaning:  

3 Mantras inscribed on the Amulet are called "Rigsum Gonpo"

 

Three mantra representing three gods: 

Avalokiteshvara, Manjushri and Vajrapani

 

Om Mani Padme Hum 

(Transforms your impure body, speech and mind into the pure exalted body, speech and mind of a Buddha) Avalokeshriya

 

Om Wagi Shori Hum

(Increases the effectiveness of communication) Manjushri

 

Om Benza Satto Hung

(Purification of Karma) Vajrapani

 

Energy of this piece: 

This piece heals wherever it is directed towards.  You can profoundly heal events and beliefs that were created at and around the time of these events by pointing this Amulet directly at it and projecting love.  A beam of light may appear, allow this to move exactly where it’s supposed to to help you heal.  It will allow you to choose the space and moment but you can also hand over the agenda and allow this amulet to quickly move to where it knows you are ready to heal, just keep projecting love through it and let it do it’s thing.  This may be your womb, your birth, a time in your childhood that you may or may not remember, school, teen life, a romance, the worst time of your life, a place, an event, a person.  wherever healing is required you can simply fire this Amulet up with love from your Heart and point it directly at the moment … and let the Amulet help you heal.

 

Beforehand this piece was also shut down with only one Mantra active so I used a left handed Gurung to unlock and activate the other two mantras. With both, a lot of trapped low resonating energy flowed out of the Amulet.  The last (lowest) Mantra had the Tibetan occupation from the Chinese lodged in it along with fear energy, but as it cleared wow this Amulet started to dance and so much life flowed out of it again!  This Amulet is now highly functional again and really happy.

 

Price: $250

 

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#30 - sold

 

 

 

# 31

Dharma Story Buddha riding a Horse:

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite. Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 2.0” x 2.50”

 

Energy of this piece: 

All about inner peace. Wow.

 

Price: $250

 

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#32

Dharma Wheel Altar:

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with a very small amount of iron present, possibly Meteorite.  Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 3.25” x 2.25”

 

Tibetan Mantra Meaning: 

OM MANI PADME HUM: 

Each syllable represents one of the six goals of Buddhist existence and helps heal or purify and bring forth the positive qualities associated with that goal.

 

OM VAJRAPANI HUM

Use this mantra when you are seeking strength, empowerment, resilience, or when you need a replenishment of mental, physical, or spiritual energy.

 

OM BAKI SHERI HUM

Not much is known about this mantra.

 

Energy of this piece:

These Amulets are phenomenal at clearing energy when love is projected through them.  I cannot over emphasize this - if I had to chose 3 amulets only for my energy kit it would be a Melong, phurpa and one of these.  For some incredible reason they clear 4th Dimensional Beings over to the other side.  Every energy worker should have one of these.  

This piece is powerful, this is all it will tell me.  It will open up when the right person appears.

 

Price: $250

 

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#33

Dharma Wheel Altar:

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with a very small amount of iron present, possibly Meteorite.  Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 3.25” x 2.25”

 

Tibetan Mantra Meaning: 

OM MANI PADME HUM: 

Each syllable represents one of the six goals of Buddhist existence and helps heal or purify and bring forth the positive qualities associated with that goal.

 

OM VAJRAPANI HUM

Use this mantra when you are seeking strength, empowerment, resilience, or when you need a replenishment of mental, physical, or spiritual energy.

 

OM BAKI SHERI HUM

Not much is known about this mantra.

 

Energy of this piece:

These Amulets are phenomenal at clearing energy when love is projected through them.  I cannot over emphasize this - if I had to chose 3 amulets only for my energy kit it would be a Melong, phurpa and one of these.  For some incredible reason they clear 4th Dimensional Beings over to the other side.  Every energy worker should have one of these.  

This piece clears energy in a circular way which I’ve never seen before with a Dharma Wheel Altar.  When I project love through it I am then the epicenter as my entire aura clears around me moving outward throughout the room.  

It also can clear whole sections of a person’s life. 

 

How to use:

* Intuitively choose the time period, event, original moment - the first domino - project love through the Amulet and watch as it heals and clears the energy. 

* When clearing low resonating 4th dimensional beings over to the other side, first know they are all still part of God Consciousness just low resonating energies and deserve our respect.  

* Point the amulet at them and start projecting love through the amulet - keep sending love until these beings either turn to dust or disappear.  Always use with Love - no exceptions.

Price: $250

 

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#34

Vajra Ring

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite.  Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 1.2” x 0.9”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning: 

In the Buddhist model of the Universe Vajras (Sanscrit) or Dorje’s (Tibetan) represent the highest form of Love which is Compassion.  The belief is that the Universe is made of Compassion and the Vajra draws in like a tidal wave into the person working with the Vajra which will then can heal the person.  The Sanskrit word means "unbreakable or impregnable, being durable and eternal". As such, the word vajra sometimes signifies the lighting-bolt power of enlightenment and the absolute, indestructible reality of emptiness.

 

Energy of this piece: Stimulates growth and happiness, supports a person’s growth period.  Proximity is as important as it is activating it with love, so by wearing it this will help the person feel loved and cherished. this is a fun ring as in it stimulates happiness and therefore a person’s sense of humor.  It will help calm a person down, amplify their aura and bring a sense of inner peace to them.  Every time I look at the energy I just keep getting ‘Happiness’. The ring just showed me this as I placed the ring on my right hand on my heart: “I know who I am and whom I am not.” This ring can/will help the right person find out whom they really are.  Powerful ring in the right hands (literally).  Also this ring can help with sexuality, I try to get more info but its not forthcoming … at least to me.

 

Price: $135

 

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#35

Vajra Ring

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite.  Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 1.2 x 1.1”

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning: 

In the Buddhist model of the Universe Vajras (Sanscrit) or Dorje’s (Tibetan) represent the highest form of Love which is Compassion.  The belief is that the Universe is made of Compassion and the Vajra draws in like a tidal wave into the person working with the Vajra which will then can heal the person.  The Sanskrit word means "unbreakable or impregnable, being durable and eternal". As such, the word vajra sometimes signifies the lighting-bolt power of enlightenment and the absolute, indestructible reality of emptiness.

 

Energy of this piece: Open up a doorway to endless possibilities, and increases Havingness significantly when worked with on the right hand. This ring is a little love muffin!  When I placed it on my left hand the amount of energy flowing out of it nearly has me tearing up it feels so good! This ring is about Silence, it helps its wearer to achieve … silence … ahhhh….. I just stopped to do something, when I returned to tuning in and sending love through this ring the same feelings of Love immediately shot emanated through me.  This ring feels Amazing!  I want to keep it but it has already chosen whom it wants to be with.  

 

Price: $135

 

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#36

Chenrezig Amulet

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century 

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with a little bit of iron present, possibly Meteorite.  Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size:

 

Tibetan Buddhist Meaning:

Mantra:

‘OM MANI PADME HUM

(Transforms your impure body, speech and mind into the pure exalted body, speech and mind of a Buddha) - Avalokeshriya

 

In English, this rhythmic chant literally translates to “Praise to the Jewel in the Lotus.”  The mantra’s essence is powerful and pure.

As the Dalai Lama said, its meaning is “great and vast” because all the teachings of Buddha are wrapped up in this one phrase.

 

Energy of this piece: Helps a person clear that which no longer serves them, helloing the let go of the past, also past life attachment in an amicable way. It is slow moving. And depending on the individual who works with it this Amulet can rewire and reconnect brain energy.  It is a Liberator Amulet, Helps a person move through blockages, blockages, walls and obstructions. 

He has a sense of humor and loves to get his guardian/wearer back to laughter again. This is a beautiful amulet, subtle just persuasive.  I am trying to get more info but I just keep hearing he loves to laugh!

 

Price: $125

 

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#37

Left-facing Gurung Yantra - स्वस्तिक,

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with iron present, possibly Meteorite.  Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 1.25 x 1.60”

 

Tibetan Meaning: 

It is a symbol of divinity and spirituality and in the Buddhist tradition the swastika symbolizes the feet, or the footprints, of the Buddha.

The left-facing variant is favoured in the Bön and Gurung Dharma; it is called ‘Yungdrung’ in Bon Tradition in Tibet and ‘Gurung Yantra’ in Gurung Dharma. 

 

Energy of this piece: 

This sacred symbol has been revered for thousands of years. What these amulets can do stands alone in the Tibetan spiritual/psychic realm.  These amulets are Keys.  They can open up energy within a person’s aura so a person can activate their gifts, abilities and talents.  They can open up spaces as if they are a key being slid into a lock.  And they can unlock other amulets so they can release old energy and switch back on. I used these Left-facing Gurung Yantras on about 1/2 of these amulets to open them up so old energy could be purged from them.  Then just as a key opens a lock, I unlocked part of or the whole amulet … it was stunning.  Anyone who does a lot of energy work would highly benefit from this unique tool.

 

Price: $135

 

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#38

Left-facing Gurung Yantra - स्वस्तिक,

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with a small amount of iron present, possibly Meteorite.  Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 1.3” x 1.25”

 

Tibetan Meaning: 

This sacred symbol has been revered for thousands of years. It is a symbol of divinity and spirituality and in the Buddhist tradition the swastika symbolizes the feet, or the footprints, of the Buddha.

The left-facing variant is favoured in Bön and Gurung Dharma; it is called ‘Yungdrung’ in Bon and ‘Gurung Yantra’ in Gurung Dharma. 

 

Energy of this piece: 

This sacred symbol has been revered for thousands of years. What these amulets can do stands alone in the Tibetan spiritual/psychic realm.  These amulets are Keys.  They can open up energy within a person’s aura so a person can activate their gifts, abilities and talents.  They can open up spaces as if they are a key being slid into a lock.  And they can unlock other amulets so they can release old energy and switch back on. I used these Left-facing Gurung Yantras on about 1/2 of these amulets to open them up so old energy could be purged from them.  Then just as a key opens a lock, I unlocked part of or the whole amulet … it was stunning.  Anyone who does a lot of energy work would highly benefit from this unique tool.

 

Price: $135

 

 

 

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#39

Left-facing Gurung Yantra - स्वस्तिक,

Origin: Tibet

Age: Unknown, possibly early 20th century or earlier

Metal Composition: Mixed metals with a small amount of iron present, possibly Meteorite.  Silver’ish hue - no silver present.

Size: 1.3” x 1.25”

 

Tibetan Meaning: 

This sacred symbol has been revered for thousands of years. It is a symbol of divinity and spirituality and in the Buddhist tradition the swastika symbolizes the feet, or the footprints, of the Buddha.

The left-facing variant is favoured in Bön and Gurung Dharma; it is called ‘Yungdrung’ in Bon and ‘Gurung Yantra’ in Gurung Dharma. 

 

Energy of this piece: 

What these amulets can do stands alone in the Tibetan spiritual/psychic realm.  These amulets are Keys.  They can open up energy within a person’s aura so a person can activate their gifts, abilities and talents.  They can open up spaces as if they are a key being slid into a lock.  And they can unlock other amulets so they can release old energy and switch back on like a light. I used these Left-facing Gurung Yantras on about 1/2 of these amulets to open them up so old energy could be purged from them.  Then just as a key opens a lock, I unlocked part of or the whole amulet … it was stunning and very effective.  Anyone who does a lot of energy work would highly benefit from this unique tool whether working with other amulets or working with a person’s Aura.

 

Price: $135