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Auspicious Mantra Prayer Flags..

by Ajeet Twayana Owner
Prayer Flag are auspicious flags that contain images of dieties, Mantras and prayers which is traditionally believed to bring happiness, peace, prosperity, good fortune, health and victory over the ob
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  • bring happiness, peace, prosperity, good fortune, health and victory over the obstacles.
  • promote peace, compassion, strength, and wisdom.
  • protect from destructive evils and obstacles towards the flag planter and all sentient beings.
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Prayer Flag are auspicious flags that contain images of dieties, Mantras and prayers which is traditionally believed to bring happiness, peace, prosperity, good fortune, health and victory over the obstacles. Prayer Flag are used to promote peace, compassion, strength, and wisdom. Prayers inscribed on prayer flags protect from destructive evils and obstacles towards the flag planter and all sentient beings.



The prayers contained on the flag are carried by the wind, and your own mind to all everyone as a blessing. By viewing the flags you are reminded to prayer for the welfare of people, and to be mindful of the motivation to be kind, compassionate, and joyful throughout the day.

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