Sacred Triad for Wellbeing
Supreme and cosmic Bhaishajyaguru
illuminates the entire universe and
master of healing, both physical and
spiritual.He is seen in triad
sister Bodhisattvas of Sunlight
Approximate size: 2" x 1⅝"
for Continual Learning
Most ancient of all Buddhist symbols,
the eight-spoked Dharmachakra
sitting above the endless knot evokes all
the symbols and
teachings of Buddhism.
For continual learning.
Approximate size: 2½" x 1½"
Thousand-armed Avolokiteshvara leads
all seekers towards enlightenment.
All-seeing eye sand a thousand
embracing arms lend reassurance
assistance to each in their struggle.
Approximate size: 2⅝" x 1½"
Saptaratna Stone for Spiritual Wealth
The shining jewel purifies the heart and
represents all the treasures
Known as the “wish granting stone” it is
said to satisfy
all sincere desires.
For Spiritual wealth.
Approximate size: 2½" x 1"
Victory Banner for Strength of Purpose
Victory of the activities of body, speech
and mind over obstacles and
is powerfully symbolized in this
classical Tibetan charm.
For strength of purpose.
Approximate size: 2¼" x 1¼"
The Hand of Buddha for Courage
From Sri Lanka, the image of Buddha's
hand holding the holy Saptaratna
shows freedom from fear. With this gesture
of Abhaya Mudra,
For courage and fearlessness.
Approximate size: 1¼" x 1¼"
Negativity and Evil
The most mysterious of Tibetan Buddhist
sacred objects, Phurbu
spirits.This magic dagger may be used
by shamans and
expel evil forces.
For vanquishing negativity and evil.
Approximate size: 2¾" x ¾"
Freedom from Suffering
According to legend, Avalokiteshvara
made a vow that he would not rest
until he had liberated all beings from suffering
He became despondent
when he realized
the enormity of the task and his head split
thousands of pieces. Amitabha Buddha
put the pieces back together as a
with eleven heads to help him see
suffering more easily.
For freedom from suffering.
Approximate size: 2½" x 1⅛"
for Perfect Learning
The Dharma wheel is precious to all
seekers of truth. Its eight spokes
the eightfold path and its perfect circle
fullness and perfection
of Buddha's teachings.
For perfect learning.
Approximate size: 1½" x 1¼"
Bloom of Enlightenment
for Perfect Joy and Wisdom
As the floating lotus unfolds, seeking the
sunlight, it reveals the
most perfect and
pure flower. Its eight petals symbolize
Path of Buddhism.
For perfect joy and wisdom.
Approximate size: 1⅞" x 1¼"
Buddha Tree for Inspiration
After many years of searching, Prince
Siddhartha Gautoma found
after deep meditation under a sacred fig
beautiful pendant subtly
celebrates his moment of Truth.
Approximate size: 2½" x 1¼"
Vajra for Attaining Goals
The Vajra is symbol of the three stages
of visualization experienced to
Perfection. Meditation on the jewel at its
center - the seed -helps the wearer to
achieve the desired perfect
state of being.
For attaining goals.
Approximate size: 1⅝" x 1½"
Mandala for Enlightenment
Sanskrit for “sacred center” apart from the
earthly world, this holy
pattern guides the
wearer in meditation and takes them a step
Approximate size: 2" x 1⅝"
Mystic Union for Harmony
The female Prajna (wisdom) and the male
Karuna (compassion) unite in
symbolic pendant, as the deities join
Approximate size: 2½" x 1¾"
Adi Buddha for Peace
Buddha existed before everything and
is the infinite, omniscient being
For peace and creativity.
Approximate size: 2½"x 1½"