This amulet has been blessed by monks from the Woechen Thuk-Je Choeling Monastery. It has been charged with positivity, and purified by lifelong monks through the recitation of the mantra “Om Ranchi Ramni Tawa Taya Hum.”
This amulet is made of sterling silver, and is inscribed with the mantra "Om Mani Pad Me Hum," one of the most revered mantras in Tibetan Buddhism.
Within the amulet is a chamber, where you'll find a small piece of lokta paper. Written on it is the ancient Tibetan mantra used for protection against physical and mental harm. "Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha." You'll also find an additional scroll in your package with a detailed description of this mantra, and how you can use it in your everyday life.
Silver is believed to be powerful in restoring equilibrium both mentally and physically. It is believed to help improve blood circulation, temperature balance, and general healing.
More, according to scientists, silver is powerful antimicrobial agent fighting infections and aiding in cold and flu prevention.
Silver is the most conductive metal known to man, making it an excellent medium in which to store and maintain positive energy.
This monastery is located 365 steps above Kathmandu, Nepal. It is situated next to Swayambhu Temple, one of the holiest Buddhist temples in the world. In the words of its modern founder, His Eminence Ven. Drubthob Rinpoche, this temple is dedicated to the “restoration of a harmonious human society, and for the well being of every sentient being in this world.”
Your Donation: We have made a significant donation on your behalf to both restore this monastery following the devastating earthquake in 2015, and to help ensure its continuation for years to come.
All our jewelry is made by hand in Nepal from natural sterling silver from India.
If for any reason you're not happy with you piece, we'll happily provide a full refund.
As soon as you make your purchase, we will begin processing your order. Please allow between 2-4 business days for your delivery. Contact us at Sherpas@BackpackBuddha.com for any assistance.