Akara Charms are based on traditional Buddhist symbols that are rich with meaning, that bring temporary and ultimate benefit to the wearer. The charms are made from 925 sterling silver with white gold plating to prevent tarnishing.
The Dakini collection consists of sacred dakini symbol charms to protect from harm and increase positive qualities in the wearer.
Dakini (Tibetan : Khandroma) is a Sanskrit term meaning “she who traverses the sky” or “she who moves in space.” In this context, the sky or space indicates Shunyata, the insubstantiality of all phenomena, which is, at the same time, the pure potentiality for all possible manifestations. The movements of their dance signify the movements of thoughts and the energy spontaneously emerging from the nature of mind.
Over a thousand years ago, Guru Rinpoche and his consort, Yeshe Tsogyal, buried countless treasure texts containing sacred practices meant for future generations. Some of these practices are encoded in dakini script which is then deciphered at appropriate times by destined treasure revealers. Each of these dakini symbols have specific benefits.
Malas, after they are blessed, are said to be extremely sacred as the beads represent your practice deity and its retinue. Therefore they should be kept well in a clean...
For practices of the Inner Tantras, one needs the inner offerings of amrita, rakta and torma. Amrita purifies anger, rakta purifies desire and torma purifies ignorance. These inner offerings are...
The damaru (or small hand drum) is used widely in Tibetan Buddhism, in particular for Inner Tantric practices. In essence, it is the nature of wisdom and functions to magnetize...