An authentic Tibetan treasure vase or Yangbum that is fully consecrated to invoke a great shower of blessings wherever it is placed. Sourced from Shechen Monastery in Nepal, each vase has been consecrated and sealed in accordance with the instructions of the 8th century Indian master, Guru Padmasambhava. Shechen is renowned as the seat of His Holiness Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche and plays a vital role in preserving all branches of the Nyingma lineage. Each vase has been hand crafted from copper. Layers of five coloured cloth, which represent the five Buddha families, cover the lid. They are filled with numerous sacred substances that have been especially gathered for these vases.
It is important to place them on a shrine or sacred place in one's home above waist height. They do not need to be buried in the ground because an additional ceremony would be needed to do so. Just like any other sacred Dharma item or consecrated object, vases should always be treated with the utmost respect.
Tibetans believe that treasure vases have the power to increase the life span of beings and dispel sickness to the body and environment. Dharma activity is believed to multiply and good fortune, wealth and abundance are naturally increased wherever a vase is present. They carry a very powerful blessing for all sentient beings and bring balance to the five elements.
Vase approx 3.7 inches x 3.7 inches
Each vase has been fully consecrated and they are sealed to protect the contents. Vases should not be opened.