Tamashii Tibet

Mantra

Mantra

Mantras are appeals to Buddhas, sacred utterances, numinous sounds, prayers or a combination of all. Tantric practitioners repeat mantras to establish a karmic connection between themselves and meditation divinities, to create a cognitive re-building by the internalization of those divine values that mantras represent. Mantras are essential for Vajrayana practice in such an important way that adepts often refer to the practice as “mantra vehicle” or “secret mantra vehicle”. Mantras repetition is not just an externalization of sounds but, first of all, an act meant to awaken the cognitive potential of those who meditate. The external vocalization of the sounds helps as focal point for mental development. Focus on mantras meaning and embrace their converting power allow those who meditate to awake their inner potential.

The Mantra collection represents a special Tamashii serie.
The stones are intertwined with authentic oriental wood grains (hua-qi-nanmu) engraved and painted by hand.

Each item is offered in two versions that differ only in the size of the stones:
  8mm  -  series BHS200-xx
  10mm (L)  -  series BHS300-xx

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Natural stone colored in light blue tending to green, the turquoise combines the esoteric meaning of this two colors and it is utilized in the buddhist esotericism.Green for the buddhist represents the calm and blue represents the ascension and purity. The Tamashii in turquoise tranquilizes the spirit changing the rage in wisdom.

Agate is a natural stone with lots colorations. In this case, the green represents nature, the trees and plants. It identifies qualities as poise and harmony, youth energy and action. Tamashii in green agate turns jealousy into realization of yourself.

White natural stone that represents purity, white as color of rest and meditation: in buddhism its Buddha is called Vairochana. Tamashii in white agate turns the illusion of ignorance into wisdom of truth.

Yellow-green natural stone tending to dark green and associated to the Buddha Amoghasiddhi that long for success, richness and power. Its multi-colored tones could represent ambition without competion and jealousy. This Tamashii turns the pride into wisdom of identity.

Blue is the more important color in Buddhism, more than Gold. It represents the ascension, wisdom, true, devotion, faith, purity, castity, peace, the spiritual and intellectual way. Blue Tamashii is traditionally used to identify what is pure and rare. It calms rage turning it into wisdom.

Carnelian is a stone in shades yellow and bright red, the same colors that depict the Gautama Buddha. In tibetan culture it is synonimum of conservation of dynamic force made of usefulness (concreteness) and warmth (sentimentalism), for many aspects it's very close to the occidental happyness. Tamashii in carnelian represents vitality and happyness.

Black natural stone of iron origin, it can be red if made in dust. This metamorphosis gives to this stone mysterious characteristics relationed to blood. In ancient traditions it was used to front fear and win dead. Tamashii in Hematite gives courage and protection during the phisical and mind battles.

Pink in the Buddhist world is the color of the lotus flower or rather illumination and spiritual regeneration. It has deep and powerful meanings, such as spiritual growth, resurrection, awareness of one's own nature and strength, and the ability not to become contaminated by the corruption of this world.

Red in Buddhism is the color of rituals and strong actions, passion, power and sacrum. It needs of high selfcontrol because it could be dangerous. Red is the color that defines the border between evil and good and just the big wisemen and the big spiritual figures can wear it. Red Tamashii gives power, vigour, vitality, passion and indicates a wise person.

This is the closest tone to red fire color, synonym of bravery, vigour and energy. Just a high priest can wear this color because it need an elevate control otherwise it could become dangerous. This Tamashii helps to go beyond the difficult and insurmountable obstacles, giving force and courage.

Yellow is one of five basic colors in Buddhism, represented from Buddha Ratnasambhava such a promoter of changing, where pride turns to wisdom. Saffron yellow is the color of monks and means take distance to social superstructures and so the spiritual ascension. ​This Tamashii favours self awereness and helps to find the real meaning of the life.

The light blue agate rapresents the sky color. In this particular case the tone of sky gives to this Tamashii an aspect more and more divine and  noble.

Grey natural stone with black veining and warm nuances. It's used as shape more precious of Tamashii made by little stones and having the same importance, in relation with ground, humility and renounce to excess. Tamashii in grey cracked agate is for people that live a spiritual life and helps people want take distance to superficiality.

Purple natural stone, the amethyst is called also humility stone often utilized in the buddhist practices to help during changing and inner growing phases.The Tamashii in amethyst calms the pride changing it in reflection and introspection.

Black stone par excellence, the Onyx is utilized from combatants monks to instill courage and self-esteem. Black color for the Buddhism represents also the humans primordial darkness, hate and violence. Tamashii in black Onyx makes positive these forces, turning bad into well and hatred into compassion.

This agate represents the color of ocean water and the blue of sky, very important for the Tibetan culture and it means purity, wisdom and peace. This particular shade of blue gives to this Tamashii an even more divine and elevated aspect. This Tamashii identifies the sacred.