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Petits drapeaux de prière en velours Om Ma Ni Pad Mé Houng, 4 x 5 cm

Petits drapeaux de prière en velours Om Ma Ni Pad Mé Houng, 4 x 5 cm

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Om Ma Ni Pad Mé Hung est le mantra de Tchenrézi (en tibétain), lié à la compassion. Dans l'ancien temps tibétain, les enfants apprenaient à dire ce mantra avant même de dire « maman ». Le mantra Om Ma Ni Pad Mé Hung souhaite à tous les êtres toutes les causes de bonheur et la liberté de toutes les causes de souffrance.

On dit que lorsque les drapeaux de prières claquent au vent, les pouvoirs spirituels des images sacrées et des écritures sont portés par le vent pour créer de la bonne volonté et de l'énergie positive au profit de ceux de la région. Accrocher des drapeaux de prière est considéré comme un acte de mérite qui augmente les opportunités positives.

Chacune des cinq couleurs alternées des drapeaux représente un élément principal : le ciel (bleu), l'air (blanc), le feu (rouge), l'eau (vert) et la terre (jaune). Ensemble dans le bon ordre, un équilibre de ces éléments est atteint.

De manière générale, les lundis et vendredis sont les jours les plus efficaces pour accrocher vos drapeaux de prière. Idéalement, les drapeaux devraient être accrochés le matin. Lorsque les drapeaux sont fanés et prêts à être remplacés, ils sont habituellement soigneusement démontés et brûlés ou autrement éliminés avec respect. Pour un début joyeux de la nouvelle année, le "Losar" (Nouvel An) tibétain est considéré comme le moment le plus propice pour remplacer les drapeaux de prière fanés ou en lambeaux.

Ensemble de 10 fanions en velours. Chaque drapeau mesure 4x5cm. La longueur totale n'est que de 40 cm.

It is said that when prayer flags flap in the wind, the spiritual powers of the sacred images and scriptures are carried by the wind to balance the elements, engender protection, and promote the happiness and liberation of all sentient beings.

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Hanging Your Prayer Flags

Where to Hang

In Tibet you'll find them hung, far and wide, in high windy places. Suspended from flagpoles, from rooftops, from the eaves of houses, or from tree branches, they are even flown from the peaks of lofty mountain-tops.

Where mountain-tops are not accessible, the flags can ornament our garden, balcony, and windows, or can even be hung indoors to bless our living space. Scroll down to learn how you can have them hung here at Gomde too.

Hanging prayer flags is considered an act of merit, inviting peace and harmony into our surroundings, and our local neighborhood. One need not be Buddhist to benefit from their blessings, as they benefit all.

When to Hang

Generally speaking, Mondays and Fridays are the most effective days to hang your prayer flags. Ideally, the flags should be hung in the morning.

When the flags are faded and ready to be replaced, customarily they are carefully taken down and burned or otherwise respectfully disposed of.

For a joyful start to the New Year, Tibetan “Losar” (New Year) is considered the most auspicious time to replace faded or tattered prayer flags.

Meanings of the Colours

Single coloured prayer flags generally relate to the qualities of the deity depicted. You'll find green relates to Green Tara, blue for Medicine Buddha, white for Chenrezig, red for Guru Rinpoche or Kurukulle, and yellow for Windhorse or Manjushri.

When 5 alternating colours are used, each of these represents a primary element: sky (blue), air (white), fire (red), water (green), and earth (yellow). Together in the right order, a balance of these elements is achieved.

Hang your Prayer Flags at Gomde

Our mountain-top in the Upper Austrian Alps is a wonderful location for prayer flags. If you’re lacking wind-flow at home, we would be delighted to hang your flags here for you.

Just leave us a note on the cart page, along with any special aspirations. When you reach the shipping page, make sure to select ‘Pick-up’ to avoid being charged. We will hang the flags in your name on the next auspicious day of the Tibetan calendar.

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