Sterling Silver pendant with Tibetan eight auspicious symbols on it. Double Dorje/Vajra Symbol for protection in the center.
Eight Auspicious Symbols
The Parasol – The traditional symbol of protection and royalty. The umbrella protects from all obstacles, illnesses and harmful forces. The Victory Banner – The emblem of Buddha’s victorious enlightenment and the methods for overcoming worldly defilements. The Conch Shell – An emblem of power, authority, and sovereignty whose blast is believed to banish evil spirits and avert natural disasters. The Golden Fishes – represent happiness, fertility and abundance The Dharma Wheel – The ancient symbol of creation became the symbol of spiritual and universal law in Buddhism. The hub of the wheel symbolizes moral discipline, the eight spokes – the Noble Eightfold Path, and the rim – meditative concentration. The Knot of Eternity - represents the meditative mind. It is an endless knot that overlaps without a beginning or an end. - symbolizing the Buddha’s endless wisdom and compassion. The Lotus – The symbol of absolute purity and compassion. It represents spiritual unfoldment – the transmutation of passion into compassion. The Treasure Vase – The divine vase of inexhaustible treasures possessing the quality of spontaneous manifestation