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Auspicious Symbol Tingsha - Gold & Silver

Auspicious Symbol Tingsha - Gold & Silver

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Tingsha (or ting-sha) (Tibetan: ཏིང་ཤགས་) are small cymbals used in prayer and rituals by Tibetan Buddhist practitioners. The two cymbals are joined together by a leather strap and when struck together producing a clear and high pitched tone. The silver tingshas are made from bronze; 7 alloys (Gold, mercury, copper, silver, iron, tin, and lead) that produce harmonic overtones. The Gold is made from Brass. Tingshas can be used like singing bowls for clearing space and during meditation, music and sound healing. The Auspicious Symbols are detailed on the cymbal and their meanings below:

+Golden fishes: The goldfish represents breath and life force (prana), freedom & abundance

+ Parasol: The parasol represents protection from harm and illness like it protects from the sun. 

+ Treasure vase :The treasure vase represents health, longevity, prosperity, and empowerment. 

+ Lotus: It symbolizes the purity of the mind, body, and speech. It also represents spiritual awakening and faithfulness.

+ Conch shell: Represents spiritual awakening. It prevents natural disasters, drives away evil spirits, etc.

+ Endless knot: The endless knot represents everything in life i.e. interwoven and interdependent.

+ Victory banner: The victory banner symbolizes overcoming and attaining happiness. It represents happiness in life.

+ Dharma wheel: The dharma wheel shows the never-ending journey to self-improvement. life is like a wheel that never ends.

The History of Tingshas

Traditionally, Tibetan Llamas ring these bells in temples and were used in religious ceremonies as part of specific Tibetan rituals as offerings to "hungry ghosts". Hungry ghost is a concept in Buddhism and Chinese Folk Religion, representing beings who are driven by intense emotional needs in animalistic way. Both Buddhism and Taoism share the idea that hungry ghosts can emerge from neglect or desertion of ancestors. According to the tradition, evil deeds that lead to becoming a hungry ghost are killing, stealing and sexual misconduct. Desire, greed, anger and ignorance are all factors in causing a soul to be reborn as a hungry ghost because they are motives for people to perform evil deeds.

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<p><strong>7cm x 23cm x 2cm</strong><br><strong>7cm x 42cm x 2.5cm</strong></p>

160g- 205g

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