Mind training meets home décor. Wind horse, or "lungta" in Tibetan, is symbolic of the subtle energy upon which the mind's thoughts arise. Strong "lungta," therefore, means strong positive inner energy. The image of the wind horse is often printed on prayer flags meant to make that positive energy already present within the mind stronger. And this door curtain is hung with the same motivation. A door curtain is a wonderful way to separate spaces in a house without cutting them off completely like a cold wall or a closed door. It allows for maintaining airflow and good feng shui. This particular door curtain has been sewn with a maroon border, as well as a pleated mini curtain above the main design, similar to a Thangka's brocade. Three stripes of yellow, red, and blue adorn the top of the curtain, symbolizing enlightened body, speech, and mind. There are three small loops sewn into the very top of the curtain, to allow for attaching to a dowel or similar rod above your door. Return to that space inside your heart, again and again.
36" wide x 66" tall
(Metal clips used to hang the curtain in photos not included)