What is Tibetan Prayer Flags

posted on 16 Jun 2007 19:13 by dzibeads in Music
Do you know? What is the meaning behind hanging Prayer Flags? Watch this Video to know the meaning of Prayer Flags Tradition In Tibet and Nepal
Prayer Flags Tradition In Tibet and Nepal

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2-Eyed Dzi Bead: Prays for a happy and stable marriage and a harmonious family, ensures success and also improves human wisdom. This particular item is very popular in Tibet to be worn to promote the Bodhisattva Nature, Compassion and All Auspicious Signs to the Owner. Obstacles faced by the Owner will be netted by the Dzi`s unique pattern and Wisdom as well as Compassion will be replaced in its place. This item is widely sought for its Bodhisattva properties. The 2-Eyed Dzi bead is said to represent the harmonious concept of Yin & Yang. The concept of Yin & Yang governs every relationship in this world, bringing about balance in life, energy, relations and should ideally be complementary. Yang is represented by light or day, activity or movement, strength and rigidity, and also male energy. Yin is symbolized by darkness, flexibility, softness, stationery energy, is silent and also female energy. The 2-Eyed Dzi bead is thus significant for enhancing stability and balance, especially in a marriage and in the cultivation of harmonious family relations. It also brings appropriate balance between an individuals thought and action, allowing his efficient pursuit of career and goals in a wiser manner. Matrimonial harmony and family bliss. Growth in wisdom. The 2 eyed Dzi enables harmony between husband and wife; build a happy family, successful career, and good relationships with others.

edit @ 1 Oct 2009 15:02:14 by * TIBET ARTS *




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