Be Here Now: Maharaj-ji Flag

"It's hard to speak in words about the the Guru... and a Sat Guru. It's interesting that when I tell the story of my journey in India and tell of the Guru. I always speak of his miracles, although, from my point of view they are not the essence of the matter at all.  But: they are that which is speakable of... It's a little like that Persian story where Nasruddin is looking for his house key under the street lamp and others come to help him and finally they ask him 'Where did you loose it?' and he answers, 'in my house, but it's dark in there and since it's light out here this is the best place to look.'  I find myself talking about things that are talkable about, what can I say?"

From the spiritual classic, Be Here Now by Ram Dass.

Prayer Flags can be framed, hung on a wall, used on your prayer table/altar or simply placed on a table as a centerpiece. Another popular option is to create a set with flags of your choosing.

    Our flags are hand printed in New Mexico at Lama Foundation’s Flag Mountain Cottage Industries. Stewards and residents at Lama Foundation infuse the flags with prayers and intentions of peace, awakening and community.

    Printed on muslin with unfinished edges.

    • Eco-friendly, water based inks.
    • Strung on both sides with twine for tying other flags to create sets.
    • 14" x 24" (inches)*
      Muslin flags are torn by hand. Size may vary slightly.

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    Lama Foundation is a spiritual community, educational facility and retreat center adjacent to the Carson National Forest about 30 miles south of Colorado near the town of Taos, New Mexico. Designed as a community that embraces all spiritual traditions, it has strong ties to Taos Pueblo, the Hanuman Temple in Taos, NM, Sufi Ruhaniat International, Dervish Healing Order, The Church of Conscious Harmony, St. Benedict’s Monastery in Snowmass, CO and dozens of other communities, spiritual teachers and thousands of pilgrims from nearly all religious heritages who call Lama their home.

    Lama Foundation helps support itself by creating products that carry messages of peace, community, awakening of consciousness and spiritual practice with respect for all traditions. Lama’s primary products are 75 interfaith prayer flag designs that have been continuously hand printed at Lama since 1970.