These pretty brocade cases will protect your tingsa or tingsha. We stock them in a choice of two colors: Red and gold or yellow and gold.
The color red symbolizes fire, lifeforce, protection, and sacredness. The Buddha Amitabha is associated with red, particularly in Tibetan art. Markedly, throughout Tibetan culture, you will find the color red used to signify a sacred area. The true mark of a Buddhist holy space is the simplistic, tall red gates at the entrance. Not to mention, we see red in the garments that the monks wear; this is because it is a protective color.
The color yellow is said to possess the highest symbolic value. Gautam Buddha is associated with yellow; the revered leader of Buddhism believed it represented humility. Since it was the known color of prison clothes, he chose yellow robes to symbolize separation from a materialistic society. The monks adopted this and died the cloth for their robes, saffron. Additionally, it is known as the color of renunciation and desirelessness and the color of the earth, symbolizing stability and grounding.
Also, don’t forget to check out our other products such as these wonderful vegan tings tingsha. If you would like more information on meditation or space clearing, take a look at our blogs: ‘Meditation practice tips for beginners‘ and ‘A beginners guide to smudging your space. ‘ Finally, please remember to tag us in your photos @surrender_to_happiness. We love to see you enjoying your purchases.
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Sold separately. The approximate size of each tingsa tingsha case is as follows: Diameter 8cm and Depth 4cm.