Shea Whitsett, a prayer wheel woodworking master and client of Buddhist Microfilm. You can see more prayer wheels at www.prayerwheelshop.com.
“Heartwood Prayer Wheels is pleased to offer handmade prayer wheels built according to traditional Tibetan Buddhist specifications and made in accordance to the instructions of Venerable Lama Zopa Rinpoche.”
Chuck Thomas of Heartwood Prayer Wheels spinning a deluxe handheld prayer wheel he made.” For the table top prayer wheels: “Table top prayer wheels made by Heartwood Prayer Wheels” For the handheld prayer wheels: “Handheld prayer wheels made by Heartwood Prayer Wheels.”
Contact us at www.heartwoodprayerwheels.com
Holy land prayer wheels (former named Galgamani Art Project) is a prayer wheel making studio located in Israel and is run by a Buddhist husband and wife team, Micha & Ayelet Strauss.
Micha is the wood turner and Ayelet is the artist that makes all the decorative art on their prayer wheels.
Micha explains: “Our story began when we saw H.E. Garchen Rinpoche in Israel for the first time back in 2008 and fell in love with him and his wooden prayer wheel. We immediately felt a very strong urge to craft prayer wheels like it and started the long journey of studying the subject and talking to different masters to ask for permission and blessings to craft them. Once all was understood and we had all the knowledge and blessings we set off crafting our extra fine handmade prayer wheels to offer the world and have been crafting them ever since. Since we live in Israel we got asked many times to craft prayer wheels for all religions. We spent 3 years talking to different Tibetan masters and people of all religions such as Rabbis and folks of the Christen church and Muslim Sheiks and once all gave us their blessings we started to craft prayer wheels for all religions. That is when we changed our company’s name to Holy Land Prayer Wheels to better suite our definition of prayer wheel makers living in Israel.”
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