The amulets in the Men’s collection are all created using the lost wax casting method, and carefully hand tooled from a rough state into an organic, antiqued, smooth finish. They have weight and they feel good. Bracelets from the Men’s collection are also hand crafted with care.
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.
Beauty over Time
Worn over time, the patina of age and contact will make your amulet increasingly radiant in its magical power and beauty.
'''We have not even to risk the [[adventure]] alone, for the heroes of all time have gone before us — the labyrinth is thoroughly known.''' We have only to follow the thread of the hero path, and where we had thought to find an abomination, we shall find a god; where we had thought to slay another, we shall slay ourselves; where we had thought to travel outward, we shall come to the center of our own existence. And where we had thought to be alone, we shall be with all the world."
How Do I Chose My Tulku Amulet?
There are many different methods for choosing your Tulku amulet - from dowsing and muscle testing, to simply finding personal inspiration in the beauty of a particular design. Often a specific gemstone will resonate more strongly than another. It is one's intuitive connection to the amulet and it's properties of healing and empowerment, which bring about the perfect match. Using the detailed descriptions of each amulet as a guide, you can determine which ones are right for you. For example, the heart chakra amulet is best for developing strength of compassion and empathy, while the throat amulet is most useful for overcoming fear and finding the inner voice.
If you still need some clarity in making your choice, CONTACT KARLA for more personalized advice.
tulku"the form body of a Buddha"
In the Tibetan tradition, a tulku is the recognized reincarnation of a past buddhist master who takes rebirth to bring blessings and benefit to all beings. Tulku jewels, like the name they embody, represent the rebirth of spirit into a new form. They are tools to remind us of our divine nature which is unbounded by time or space.
TULKU donates custom amulets and a percentage of all proceeds towards the following organizations:
One Heart Worldwide
One Heart World-Wide has developed an unique model to prevent the deaths of mothers and their infants in remote rural areas of the world. Simply put, we surround each mother and infants with a “Network of Safety” to insure that they will survive pregnancy, childbirth and the first months of life.
Blue Deer Center
The Blue Deer Center provides an important setting for teachings and practices that promote balanced relationship with the natural world. We particularly welcome ancestral approaches to healing, ritual, and retreat. The Center's origins are rooted in the Huichol shamanic tradition and our connection to the universal and sacred spirit of fire.