Used by Tibetan Buddhist monks for prayer and said to bring positive energy and raise your vibrations. Filled with deep spiritual energy, the prayer flags have their roots in one of the oldest religions of Tibet called Bon. They bring harmony and we think they make for lovely decor.
The mantras or prayers which are hand inscribed on the flags are carried on the wind and believed to spread goodwill and positive energy wherever they go. Hence the alternate name Horsewind flag.
Common belief in Buddhist culture says prayer flags keep you safe, avoid disasters from nature and bring good luck.
1. Hand made in Tibet by traditional artisans these Prayer flags come from Tibet Lasha.
2. High quality inscriptions, clear patterns. Bright colors and glossy finish. 5 fundamental colors (Blue represents the sky, white represents the air, red symbolizes fire, green represents water and yellow stands for earth)
3. Said to bring good fortune and carry positive energy via the wind.
Place your prayer flags with the full intent of receiving the most benefit from their powerful energy, and be sure to reciprocate that energy with genuine kindness, presence, and gratitude.
Note: It is considered disrespectful if the Buddhist prayer flags touch the ground. Therefore, they should always been hung at a height. Around the frame of the doorway is considered the right place to put the flags.
Flags & Banners Material: Paper/Silk
Fabric: Suede silk/ Cotton Fabric
Flagpole Material: string
Material: suede silk