Victory Banner with Windhorse - Energy Infused
Color: 24K Gold Plated and Colorful
Dimension(in): 1.2x0.6x1.55in victory banner; 1x0.25x0.9in
windhorse; 1in mantra ring; 0.7in mystic knot pendant
Special Price: USD42.88
Astounding in esthetics, this unique design
captures the amazing bond between the Victory Banner and the Windhorse.
The Victory Banner (also known as victory sign) belongs to one
of the Eight Auspicious Objects. A powerful symbol of triumph,
it is a cylinder of cloth with five rows of folded silk valances.
One can display the Victory Banner to signify triumph over evil,
disagreements, disharmonies, obstacles and anger. It is also a
strong symbol of wealth recovery, suitable for those who had gone
through bad and trying times before. It is a strong remedy to
remove all kinds of sufferings. On the other hand, the Windhorse
possesses endurance, strength, swiftness and obedience with connotations
of success in attaining whatever goals one has set by strengthening
inner confidence levels. A wishgranting jewel on its saddle, a
jewel that is surrounded by radiating rays of bright light symbolizing
peace, prosperity and harmony. The windhorse will allow you to
ride through the victorious winds of nobility with less obstacles.
Empowering the amulet
is the mantra ring inscribed with 3 sacred mantras of good fortune,
immunity against loss and shielding off dark forces. The sacred
mantras provide a special channel to the cosmic realm to invoke
divine help. Inspired by the need to activate
its true potential and power, a shy energy infused tag is hidden
under an exquisite pendant of the mystic knot. This
stunning amulet constitutes a meaningful
and prestigious gift.
Note: This amulet is energy
infused and emits energy unendingly. Item comes with certificate
What the Victory Banner and Windhorse
The victory banner (also known as victory
sign) belongs to the Eight Auspicious Objects. It is a sign that
consist of a cylinder of cloth with at least three rows, but generally
several more, of folded silk valances. The cloth is stretched
over a wood frame, and crowned with a pommel which is often adorned
with four silk ribbons.
In Sanskrit, the banner
or sign of victory is known as the dhvaja, meaning standard, flag
or ensign. Originally, the victory banner was a military standard
carried in ancient Indian warfare, and bore the specific insignia
of its champion. In Buddhism, the flag of victory also denotes
Buddha's triumph over the four Maras (evil), who personifies hindrances
on the path to spiritual realization. The four Maras are: Mara
of emotional defilements, Mara of passion, Mara of death and Mara
of divine pride and lust. It was adopted as an emblem of the Buddha's
victorious enlightenment and his vanquishing of the armies of
Mara. The hosts of Mara personify defilements. Victory banner
signifies methods of overcoming these defilements:
1. development of wisdom and meditation
2. taking refuge in Buddha
3. abandoning false views
4. developing spiritual aspiration
5. developing selflessness
6. generating formlessness, emptiness and desirelessness
The victory banner symbolises the victory of the activities of
one's own and others' body, speech and mind over obstacles and
negativities. It also stands for the complete victory of the Buddhist
Doctrine over all harmful and pernicious forces. Furthermore,
the victory banner also is the attribute of many deities, including
the Wealth Deity Vaisravana who holds the jewel spouting mongoose
together with the Victory Banner, symbolising possession of wealth
through victory. It is a symbol of victory over all disagreements,
disharmonies and hindrances, so that it can bring about permanent,
enduring happiness. It is also said to denote triumph over anger
On the other hand, the Windhorse (rlung-rta) is the heavenly representation
of the horse. It is originated from Tibetan culture and later
embedded into Tibetan Buddhism. In Buddhism, its element belongs
to the "wind". Unlike the theories of Five Elements
in Feng Shui, "wind" is considered as an element by
itself. It is known as windhorse due to its ability to gallop
in the winds and break the stillness to ride rapidly across all
the directions to the heaven. It provides the energy to the wind
and brings positive feng shui to our spaces rapidly and inexhaustibly.
It symbolizes the mobility and speed of teh cakravatin. It is
the ultimate symbol of accomplishment and achievement in life.
It has the ability to fulfill our wishes because it carries them
to the heaven and obtain blessing for us from deities and protectors
to bring good fortune and remove obstacles. In
connection with the abandonements of the Buddha, the windhorse
is depicted wearing golden and precious ornaments as a symbol
of Buddha's faith horse Kanthaka, who died of a broken heart when
his master renounced his kingdom.
The Tibetan astrological system names 4 categories of personal
1. Life Energy
3. Personal Power
The Windhorse actually is a connotation of these categories combined
together to form a positive energy that eliminates hindrances
caused by illness, misfortune, demonic and planetary influences.
The energy of the wind should never be underestimated because
it channels psychic energies of the body which the mind can ride.
A puja can invoke the windhorse on the mornings of waxing moon.
In feng shui, victory horses are associated
to fame. Fame luck is an important aspiration of life as it is
indirectly related to increasing income luck in your career life.
Businessmen, employees and Hollywood artistes are likely to crave
a lot for fame luck to ensure their fortune continue to grow exponentially,
especially in this highly competitive environment. The horse is
men's best friend too besides the dog and is extremely loyal.
Images and figurines of the horse is great gift to usher in success,
especially great for well wishers for your business counterparts
or relatives. The horse either in walking posture or running gestures
represents grandeur and speedy climb to fame and success.