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The Tiny Least Harmful Prayer Flags (92cm)

The Tiny Least Harmful Prayer Flags (92cm)




World’s first: 100% organic cotton prayer flags, handmade in the EU.


-  The flags feature the OM MANI PAD ME HUNG mantra, the mantra of Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of compassion. Compassion and wisdom are the most important values in Buddhism.


- The colour/mantra combination is in accordance with the teachings by Buddha in "The Basket of the Three Jewels Sutra.


- Each set of prayer flags has been blessed by Tulku Choekyi Nangpa, a high Tibetan master.


- Organic cotton fabric and yarn.

- Cord made from 100% organic flax, grown and spun in the EU.


- Size: 4x5cm. Length: 92cm.

- Exclusively dyed with 100% natural plant extracts.

- Printed with 100%natural printing ink based on a mediaeval recipe.

- All raw materials used for The Least Harmful Prayer Flags are 100% natural, therefore these

prayer flags can degrade in your garden without polluting nature with microplastics and

synthetic dyes/ink.

- The blue flags were dyed with organically grown polygonum in the south of France.

- Handmade in the EU, each flag is unique; hand dyed and printed.

- Cut, printed, stitched and finished by a monk in Sint-Laureins, Belgium.

- Price is only a few euros higher than synthetic prayer flags.

We do our best to take care of the environment as much as possible:

- Our shipping envelopes are 100% recycled, shipping boxes are recycled boxes

(we never use new boxes).

- All trips to the post office are done by bicycle and we collect litter along the way.

- Shipping labels are only printed on waste paper, the glue is environmentally friendly.

- Cardboard hang tags are made from 100% recycled paper and FSC certified.

Help us, feel free to share this message. It is hard to reach people who understand that organic, all-natural, and locally made prayer flags are worth buying instead of synthetic prayer flags.

Our naturally coloured prayer flags are much less colorfast than synthetically dyed prayer flags because no synthetic fixative has been added. Therefore, it is good to adjust our expectations to the natural rate of decay of the prayer flags. In addition, the fading of the colours reminds us that everything is impermanent. As the colours fade, they transform into white prayer flags with black print, just like they were originally made in Tibet.

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