Sacred Magic of Human Bone
It was natural for the yogis and yoginis living in the cemeteries/charnel grounds of ancient India to use bone as a symbol and expression of their journey beyond the temporal world. But the tantric masters of India and Tibet also understood that human bone has very powerful energetic properties, and can greatly aid in one’s dharma practice. As a ritual instrument, the kapala, thöpa, human cranium or skullbone is a reservoir of powerful forces where the Dakini, Protectors, Yidams and other expressions of enlightenment can come to dwell. Unfortunately, in our day these are increasingly hard to come by, banned from export from India and Nepal (due to Moslem grave-robbing problem), and with very dubious sources from China. This is complicated by a high demand from China for these items to be used for selfish or harmful purposes (black magic!). Fortunately, we can still acquire proper Buddhist bone via Bhutan for serious and dedicated dharma practitioners….These just became availabl to me: Contact me if interested [email protected]
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The Ancient Chod Tradition
Welcome to the home of authentic Chod dharma implements. Damaru are made by our fabricator in his small workshop according to ancient traditional methods and artistic integrity. Their powerful energetic and spiritual effects dramatically improve our practice and ability to benefit others. Supporting their creation assures that the science of these tantric Chod instruments of Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan will not be lost. Bone implements, bells and other items are also sourced out in Nepal and Bhutan, as needed.
- All items are CUSTOM FABRICATED or custom ordered on request.
- This includes SengDeng Chod Damaru from 8″ to 10″ in diameter.
- Zabshing (Bawa) Damaru are super light weight, made of the burl of the tree, but are more expensive
- Please contact us with your request and for current prices, as they can fluctuate.
- Occasionally we receive special or extra items, and if so these are listed here on a monthly basis.