This bowl is made from soapstone, a durable, beautiful, heat-resistant metamorphic rock composed of Steatite. Steatite is composed of several minerals, but the most abundant is talc. Steatite, because of its additives, is harder than talc, and is a very dense (non-porous) stone; more so than marble, slate, limestone and even granite. Since soapstone is impenetrable, it will not stain, no liquid will permeate its surface.
This makes it an excellent material for all your cleansing, burning, incense needs. Perfect for resting your sage or other herbal bundles while you smoke cleanse. This bowl can also be used with charcoal discs for burning loose incense or resins. May also be used for burning incense cones.
Size: 3″ wide, 3.25″ tall with lid.
Color: brown, tan. Exact color varies between pieces.
Blessed volcanic stone happy Jizo statue. Measures H-6.25” W-4.25” L-4.25” Priced each Jizo is a Japanese name and Bosatsu (Bodhisattva) a person who has attained prajna, or enlightenment, but postpones Buddhahood (Nirvana) to help others to attain enlightenment and transcend the “wheel of life”.
Chumpi Stones are ancient tools of the shaman. Originally comes from the Andes mountains, these stones are sacred to the Q’ero, the medicine men and women of the high mountains of Peru.
Chumpi Stone Sets are sacredly connected to the wisdom and power of the Apus (the mountain spirits). They are seen as empowered stones, and have direct relationship to the stars.
Used for initiation, healing, and transformation, Chumpi Stone Sets are the voice of the Andean Cosmology and shamans’ way. These sets, hand-crafted in the Sacred Valley of Peru, are intentionally small in order to fit nicely in our hands, easily enhance the work of the mesa, and be portals to the divine. The set includes 7 pieces and come in a Peruvian woven drawstring bag.
Green Turquoise Tara mask wall hanging made of durable casted resin. Made in Nepal. Measures 8.25″ tall Tara (Sanskrit: तारा) in Buddhism, is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism who appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. She is known as the “mother of liberation”, and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements. Some researchers believe Paranasabari is another name for Hindu Goddess Tara.
Medicine bags are often used to carry symbolic and ritual items such as crystals, sacred stones, plant medicine, amulets, or herbs. These pouches are made from soft leather with a 36″ neck strap and approximately 2.75″ tall x 1.75″ wide.