Pure White Vase
Pure White Vase
Pure White Vase
Pure White Vase
Pure White Vase

Pure White Vase

Treasure Vases

Regular price $795.00 $495.00 Sale

Our pure white vase exudes blessings that bring abundance, protection, and purification to any environment.

We recommend this vase as our earth healing vase.  It will come wrapped in yellow and is ready to be buried in the ground.  To see instructions on how to bury the vases, please go to the "About" menu and the scroll to the bottom of the "About the treasure vases" section.

Traditionally, this vase is meant to be buried in the earth or placed in stupas.  It can heal the land and generate prosperity for those who live there.  It also provides protection and purification.  

The purpose of the vases is to balance and purify environmental elements caused by the imbalances man has wrecked onto the earth.  The contents and prayers inside the vases are a recipe to remedy all natural and manmade disasters.  The vases provide protection to that land or environment (whether the vase is inside or outside) against all types of unwanted circumstances such as earthquakes, fire, flooding, or any other type of negative occurrence.  The land where the vases are made and consecrated is in the hills of the Santa Cruz Mountains.  Our retreat center has been through many fires and floods.  We have buried many treasure vases here and our inhabitants and buildings seem to escape being destroyed and damaged.  We wish to share this remedy with the world.

If your purpose is to bury mulitple vases, please contact us through this website and we can work on the number of vases and pricing.  We are motivated to have as many vases buried as possible.

In addition to being buried, the Tibetan Treasure Vase can be given as a unique wedding gift or to commemorate any special occasion.  This sacred healing vessel is a great addition to any home or shrine.

The power of the vase to heal works in any circumstance or environment.

The protection and healing provided by the contents and consecration of the vase is thousands of years old and is a well respected object within Tibetan Budhhist tradition.