This lovely work of art comprises a padded pouch-like amulet attached to red silk cording, embellished with creative knots, decorative bells, and finished prettily with a multi-colored tassel. This exquisite item features the beautiful Tibetan OM syllable on one side and the Eight Auspicious objects surrounding the Double Dorje on the other.
OM is the first syllable spoken before most prayers because it purifies the atmosphere and calms the soul. Om, Ohm, or Aum can symbolize many things – truth, the ‘hum’ of the universe, liberation, the vibration of God, spiritual perfection in all its forms. … It is said to be the essence of all mantras. Evoke that all-fulfilling energy within your own life with this powerful amulet.
The Eight Auspicious Objects, known in Sanskrit as Ashtamangala (Ashta meaning eight and Mangala meaning auspicious) are the central symbols of Tibetan Buddhism. They are on Tibetan prayer flags, incorporated into mandalas and thangkas, and used in other forms of ritual art. Each symbol represents an aspect of Buddhist teaching and when they appear together, their powers are multiplied. The eight auspicious symbols of Tibetan Buddhism consist of: a parasol, a pair of Fishes, a Treasure Vase, a Lotus, a white-spiraling Conch Shell, an Endless Knot, a Victory Banner, and a Golden Wheel.
Dorje is a Tibetan word meaning “noble stone.” It embodies the brilliance of diamond-like illumination and symbolizes the indestructible source of power from which all else is born. Like a diamond, the Dorje is a reminder of that which is enduring, invincible, and irresistible. The Double Dorje has the additional power to protect all that is sacred and mundane. Wearing the protective Double Dorje helps strengthen our core and empowers our inner strength.
This pretty tassel can be not only placed at houses or offices but can also be carried and kept as a good luck amulet. As such it can work as a Feng Shui lucky charm and protect you not only while you are in your house or at work but also the rest of the time and wherever you go.