Phurba Protective Pendant - Museum Shop Collection
An important ritual tool for Shamanic practices was the ceremonial dagger called the Phurba. The three sides of the blade represent the three major evils it destroyed: attachment, aversion, and delusion. It's use in religious ceremonies was intended to pin down earthly aversions from enlightenment such as greed, envy, and lustful desire.
Materials: pewter with silver finish, waxed cotton cord.
length: 36 inches
Made in the U.S.A.