This wonderful Dzambhala treasure vase or Yangbum has been filled with all the essential sacred substances and then fully consecrated and sealed at Chorten Gompa Monastery in Sikkim. The monastery is located in an area that borders Nepal to the west, Tibet to the north and east, and Bhutan to the southeast. Chorten Gompa has long been under the spiritual guidance of one of the greatest living Dzogchen masters and the principle holder of the Longchen Nyingthik lineage, Kyabje Dodrupchen Rinpoche. Before the vases leave Chorten Gompa they are also blessed in person by Kyabje Dodrupchen Rinpoche.
The Dzambhala treasure vase will have vast benefit wherever it is placed. Not only will it bless your home or place of practice, it will also benefit the surrounding area and environment. Padmasambhava taught that vases will naturally increase wealth and cause crops, fruits and forests to grow abundantly. It is also believed to avert natural disasters of the five elements of space, fire, water, earth and air.
Each vase is made from hand beaten copper and painted red. Layers of five coloured cloth, which represent the five Buddha families, cover the lid. They contain numerous sacred Dharma substances that have been consecrated by the appropriate rituals at Chorten Gompa.
Please place your vase in a respectful place in your home or on your shrine. Vases should be kept above waist height and should never be placed on the floor. Vases should always remain sealed.
Approx 4.25 inches x 4 inches