An important part of the stupa is its fulfillment - the stupa is filled with symbols of the body, speech and mind of all buddhas, ie mandalas, texts and blessed items.
Filling for one stupa:
The Shakyamuni Mantra
Green Tara Mantra
White Tara Mantra
Medicine Buddha Mantra
Amitabha Buddha Mantra
Four Dharmakaya Relic Mantras
The Chenrezig Mantra (Om Mani Padme Hum)
Palden Lhamo Mantra
(we put these mantras rolled into more than 200 small scrolls, with a total number of repetitions exceeding 20,000 in each stupa).
1x - Dzambhala
1x - Norgyunma
1x - Ganapati
1x - Eight Auspicious Symbols
1x - Double Dorje
Sand of mandalas:
- sand from mandalas, sprinkled with Tibetan monks (Thousand-armed Avalokiteshvara, Chakrasamvara, Medicine Buddha)
mixture - crystal, agate, amethyst, rose quartz, citrine, lapis lazuli, tiger eye, and more ....
1x - Life tree, approx. 12 - 14 cm
Other blessed items:
- Tibetan medicine - precious pill Mani Rilbu
- a leaf from a tree that grew out of the Lama Lotsava Rinchen Zangpo over 1000 years ago
- a leaf from the Jaya Sri Maha Bodhi tree from Anuradhapura, planted more than 2300 years ago from the Bodhi stoma branch under which the Buddha reached enlightenment
- a piece of gold and silver
- sang - a mixture of dried crushed juniper
- Tibetan incense ritual sticks
- blessed rice
- herbs and dried flowers
- Blessed strings with knots from Ki Monastery of North India
Choose your ideal filling option
1. empty stupa without filling
Choose this option if you want to fill the stupa yourself or if you wish to have the stupa only as a decoration. After filling, close the stupa according to the enclosed instructions.
2. Completely filled and closed stupa
Choose this option if you want to use the stupa as a ritual spiritual object, but would like to entrust us to filling it. Fulfillment is a several-hour ritual that has its rules. We fill our stupas on the day of the full moon and you can of course participate in your stupa. Once filled, the stupa will be closed and can no longer be opened.