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[Summary]Hither and Yon | Shop unique handmade Himalayan Tibetan Buddhism gifts Tibetan Incense Tibetan Incense is hand rolled from natural herbal ingredients with no bamboo stick in the center. Hand prepared incense has been used for many hundreds of years i

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Tibetan Incense

Tibetan Incense is hand rolled from natural herbal ingredients with no bamboo stick in the center. Hand prepared incense has been used for many hundreds of years in the Himalayan regions of Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan and is deeply rooted in Tibetan culture. Authentic Tibetan incense originates from traditional monastery recipes and medical formulations. During the time of the Buddha, over 2500 years ago, these medicinal and monastic formulas were developed by combining many different ingredients. During troubling time, these recipes would have been lost, but were fortunately preserved by monks in the Tibetan monasteries. Masalas or mixtures of herbs, plants, flowers, leaves, grass, wood, bark, spices and minerals are still blended in strict accordance to these recipes. When burned, Tibetan incense produces a rich, earthy, and pure aroma which can help soothe and calm a restless mind. It is widely used to purify the environment and as an aid for meditation and relaxation. In Tibetan medicine, it is often used to alleviate depression, stress and anxiety. A daily incense or sang offering is an important part of Tibetan culture and most homes and monasteries will have a place reserved for offering incense.

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Namgyal Monastery Institute of Buddhist Studies

Yang-Bhum ( Treasure Vase )

A Brief History of the Yang-Bhum: Yang-Bhum is an ancient tradition which came to Tibet with the introduction of Buddhism. There are several different traditions of Yang-Bhum in Tibet. Namgyal Monastery has prepared two forms of the Yang-Bhum, that of the White Mahakala and that of the White Zambhala, with our unique traditional rites and rituals based on sacred Buddhist texts. The tradition of White Mahakala Yang-Bhum is empowered by the practice of White Mahakala and is form the Shangpa Kagyu Lineage and originated with the Indian Mahasiddha Rahula Gupta. Whereas the tradition of White Zambhala YanBhum is empowered by the practice of Zambahala and is from the lineage of Shri Debam Kara known as Jowo Atisha in Tibet. This very precious Mahakala and Zambhala (treasure vase or Yang- Bhum) has been sealed and fully consecrated by Abbot and Venerable Monks at Namgyal Monastery, Dharamsala, India. This monastery is the Personal Monastery of His Holiness The Dalai Lama. The Benefits and Importance of the Yang - Bhum: Yang-Bhum is considered to protect one from the negative influences of both human and non-human beings and to bring blessings to its possessor. The power of the Yang-Bhum are concentrated in the building where it is placed, serving to increase the spiritual and material wealth of the residence. It bestows spiritual good fortune and improves the spiritual environment. The components of the Yang-Bhum: The Yang-Bhum is filled with precious materials, very rare and difficult to obtain these days, the principal components being relic, clothing, hairs and precious pills from various great spiritual high lamas of both Tibet and India. It contains many other precious substances such as gold, silver, jade, amethyst, lapis, crytals, pearls, coral and so on. It also contains various medicinal substances, including Aru, Bha-ru, Ngang-lak, Kyu-ruand the precious component of all twenty five vase materials. The Vase also contains the picture and the rolled mantras of the wealth deities with other auspicious pictures. Instruction for its care: The Yang-Bhum should be kept in a clean and elevated place such as an altar, and treated with the same respect as you would treat other spiritual objects such a Buddha Images. It should never be put on the floor. Note: Cost of Yang-Bum is $180.00 + Sales Tax 8% $14.40 + Shipping and Handling $15.60 (Total Cost is $210.00)

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Buddhist Centers

Buddhist Centers in Northern California
Updated - May, 2005

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Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery
16201 Tomki Road, Redwood Valley, CA 95470
Tel: (707) 485-1630, Fax: (707) 484-7948
Email: [email protected]
Web site: www.abhayagiri.org
Stewards: Sanghapala Foundation
Tradition: Theravada Forest Sangha
Affiliation: Amaravati Buddhist Monastery (UK)
Boston Area (Mass) Tel: (617) 332-2931

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