Buddhist Sword for Spiritual Practice | Decorative Piece for Zen Meditation Space

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Buddhist Sword for Spiritual Practice

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About Our Ritual Item :

Enhance your collection with the Buddhist Sword, a work of spiritual art hand-forged from iron and adorned with silver, copper, and brass. This exquisite artifact is more than just a piece of art; it represents protection, wisdom, and the path to enlightenment, combining strength with sacred symbolism to inspire and guide.

The Buddhist Sword, created with meticulous attention to detail, represents the essence of courage, strength, and discernment. The harmonious blend of precious metals stitched onto the iron base enhances its symbolism, transforming it into a one-of-a-kind work of spiritual art that embodies purity, energy, and resilience.

Include the Buddhist Sword in your space as a powerful reminder of the path to enlightenment. This sword is ideal for meditation areas or as the centerpiece of your spiritual collection, representing inner strength and clarity. It's more than just another piece in your collection; it's a source of inspiration and a guide on your spiritual path.

Introduction To The Buddhist Ritual Dragger :

Ritual tools are vital equipment of Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism practice, meant to dispel misconceptions that obstruct enlightenment. The phurba (Sanskrit: Kila) blade seen here was created to symbolically swallow the three poisons that obstruct spiritual progress: ignorance, greed, and illusion. The Phurba is the physical manifestation of the Vajrakila Buddha, who can destroy all evil on the earth. Its ceremonial usage is first recorded in the Vajrakilaya Tantra, an eighth-century or older Vajrayana work.

Size: 51.5cm(Height) x 12cm(Width)
Weight: 2.008kg

How to set up your own Buddhist Shrine?

-Find a clean, quiet, and uncluttered spot
-Set up an altar table, and cover it with an altar cloth that calls to you
-Place your sacred item (statue, thangka, or a picture of Buddha) at the center