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I envision something like this, probably on faux stones,  being arranged in a circle or other "temple" design. In my LARP these would be done in the alphabet of one of the magic Classes, rather than a real, Earthly religion. - Tibetan Mantras on stone | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

I envision something like this, probably on faux stones, being arranged in a circle or other "temple" design. In my LARP these would be done in the alphabet of one of the magic Classes, rather than a real, Earthly religion. - Tibetan Mantras on stone

A late-twentieth-century Tibetan astrological thanka/srid pa ho (divination chart); the central figure is a tortoise, representing the…

Rosary Bead [South Netherlandish (Brabant)] (17.190.475) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Intricately carved rosary bead, early century Brabant, boxwood Cloisters collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

stripped rocks for zen garden

Wishing Rocks - Legend has it that if you find a rock with a white line running around it, it is a wishing rock.

Carved Buddhist Mani Stones - Lake Manasarovar, Tibet   A mani stone is a stone or rock inscribed with Om Mani Padme Hum, the mantra of Avalokiteshvara, the bodhisattva of compassion.

Carved Buddhist Mani Stones - Lake Manasarovar, Tibet A mani stone is a stone or rock inscribed with Om Mani Padme Hum, the mantra of Avalokiteshvara, the bodhisattva of compassion. LOVE this, my favorite chant.

PRAYER STONES IN TIBET  In Tibet, the Buddhist tradition of carving religious verses in stone became a popular folk art with many different forms. Usually, single stones are inscribed or commissioned by individuals and brought to a blessed site, where over time, they accumulate into great piles or even into mile-long walls of stones which become a focus of devotion and prayer. la_gronchi

PRAYER STONES IN TIBET In Tibet, the Buddhist tradition of carving religious verses in stone became a popular folk art with many different forms. Usually, single stones are inscribed or commissioned by individuals and brought to a blessed site, where over time, they accumulate into great piles or even into mile-long walls of stones which become a focus of devotion and prayer. la_gronchi

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