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Traditionally, prayer flags are used to promote peace, compassion. Tibetans believe the prayers and mantras will be blown by the wind to spread the good will and compassion into all pervading space. Therefore, prayer flags are thought to bring benefit to all. These Large Prayer Flags measure 15\u201d x 20\u201d each and are a total of 6.5 feet long. they are of the Dar Cho variety, to be hung vertically. E-mail for International Shipping quotes or any other questions. Thanks for lookingInteresting Info about Prayer Flags:Prayer flags essentially carry our prayers via the wind to get them answered.1. Each colour of the flag symbolises an elementThe red, blue, yellow, white and green represent elements like air, fire, water and earth. White symbolises air, red is fire. Green is water, yellow is earth, and blue is wind. They also represent directions \u2013 North, South, East, West and Center.2. \u2018Om Mani Padme Hum\u2019 has a very deep meaningOm- The sacred syllableMani- JewelPadme \u2013 Lotus Hum \u2013 Spirit of enlightenmentThis mantra does not have one particular meaning. It\u2019s a combination of values like compassion, ethics, patience, diligence, renunciation and wisdom. It is said that if you recite the mantra during meditation, it can cure pride, jealousy, ignorance, greed and aggression. 3. Prayer flags should never be stillThe reason why they are put high above the roof is so that they flutter in the wind. It is said that they emit positive spiritual vibrations and that the prayers are carried by the wind like silent prayers.4. It\u2019s a good omen to receive them as a gift 5. There are two kinds of flags \u2013 horizontal and verticalThe horizontal ones are called Lung Dar and the vertical ones are Dar Cho. 6. They should never be kept on the ground It is considered disrespectful if the flags touch the ground. Therefore, they should always been hung at a height. Around the frame of the doorway is considered the right place to put the flags.7. Colour fading from the flags is considered auspiciousThis means that the prayers were carried by the breeze - fading colours are a sign of it.8. The auspicious time to put up a flag is during Losar, the Tibetan New YeardharmaAnd if you gather your family and well-wishers while doing so, the flags then are said to have a positive impact on your life., buddha

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