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Double Dorje Amulet

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Double Dorje Amulet

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Dorje is a Tibetan word meaning noble stone. It embodies the brilliance of diamond-like illumination and symbolizes the indestructible source of power from which all else is born. Like a diamond, the dorje is a reminder of that which is enduring, invincible, and irresistible.  The double dorje has the additional power to protect all that is sacred and mundane. Wearing the protective double dorje helps strengthen our core while it empowers one pointed focus and inner strength.  It reminds us to serve The Sacred, which lives at the center of our being.

These extraordinary pieces were designed especially for us by Karla Refojo (Tulku Jewels) and blessed by Swami Chetanananda. They are made available to you at a substantial discount (about half price).

Each amulet is about 1” in diameter and is available 4 ways: in either 5-metal golden finish or silver, and as either a medallion or a pendant on a 19” chain.

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Designer Karla Refojo

Karla’s jewelry is hand crafted with caring and consciousness.  In keeping with Karla’s intention to bring the greatest blessings, support, and peace to each person who wears it, every piece is blessed after its creation by Mata.  She is considered an incarnation of the Divine Mother in the form of Vajrayogini.  From her small home in an ancient part of Kathmandu she performs sacred healing work and is a channeler and seer for local people.

Rajendra Bajracharya, the master repousse artist who does the repousse work on Karla’s deity and chakra jewelry lines, is also a Buddhist priest.   The devotion behind his workmanship is apparent in the refined and uplifting quality of the pieces he produces.

Pancha Dhatu.  In ancient India, Nepal, and Tibet, sacred objects were cast using the lost wax method from an alloy known as pancha dhatu, or five metals. When combined, these five metals—gold, silver, copper, zinc, and tin—are believed to create an alchemy infused with healing and protective powers.