The Tibetan Buddhism Fragrant Room Spray has a multi layered fragrance of herbs, spice and wood. Combined it even provokes a hint of orange. Rather than being a heavy deep lingering tone, it floats through the air like an inviting mid tone demanding deeper and deeper inhales.
One customer described it as: It really is soft and clean and at the same time is sensual and provocative. It's delicious.
Spritz around your home, in the restroom, on linens pillow, or on potpourri for an aromatic spice and Eastern odyssey. Use as an air freshener and fragrant room spray.
- Air freshener is intended to create an exotic ambiance.
- Ingredients: Alcohol Denat, Water, Fragrance
- Glass bottle with pump spray. 100 ml (3.4 oz). PN L-702.
- Bottle measures 5.5 inches tall x 2.5 inches wide x 1.5 inches deep.
- Olfactory Family: Oriental, spice.
- Components: Himalayan Spinach, Saffron, Himalayan Cedar, Sandalwood, Cumin.
- Esoteric Use: Meditation.
In the traditional story, Padmasambhava manifested itself as a ray of light from the heart of Buddha Amitabha. He appeared as an eight-year-old boy in a lotus flower on Dhanakosha Lake. The child was found by King Indrabodhi who adopted him as his son.
On one occasion Padmasambhava performed a sacred dance before the whole court, let out his trident ritual (kathvanga) and kill at once the pregnant wife of one of his father's ministers. For that reason he was banished from the Court, and resided in sacred cemeteries.
After receiving various teachings and initiations from the Dakinis residing in the cemeteries, I meet her first disciple and consort, the Indian Princess Mandarava, with whom she practiced in the sacred cave of Maratika (in northern Nepal), developed the power to transcend The cycle of birth and death.
His fame came to King of Tibet Trisong Deutsen and he invited Padmasambhava to his Kingdom, where he used his tantric powers to subdue the evil deities he encountered along the way, and finally received the Emperor's wife, identified as the Tibetan princess Dakini Yeshe Tsogyal, as disciple and consort.
Nyingmapa Padmasambhava, founded the first monastery in Tibet, in Samye, instructed the first monks, and introduced people into the practice of Tantric Buddhism.
In Bhutan, Padmasambhava is associated with the famous Taktshang Monastery or Tiger Cub, built on a cliff about 500 m. Above the surface of the Paro valley. He flew there from Tibet in his tantric form of Dorje Trollo behind his consort, Yeshe Tsogyal, whom he transformed into a flying tiger for the journey. He then moved to the Bumthang district to appease a powerful deity offended by a local king.
The imprint of Padmasambhava's body can be found on the wall of a cave near Kurje Lhakhang Temple.