The Tibetan Dorje is the thunderbolt symbol used in Tibetan meditation and prayer. It represents spiritual power, balance, and harmony. The Dorje represents the masculine principle.
The endless knot is a closed, graphic ornament composed of right-angled, intertwined lines in Buddhism. It overlaps without a beginning or an end, symbolizing the Buddha’s endless wisdom and compassion. It indicates continuity as the underlying reality of existence.
Mandalas are sacred pieces of artwork that are wont to evoke healing, spiritual development, and meditation. The word Mandala means ‘sacred circle’ and springs from the word ‘mantra,’ which suggests ‘container of the essence.’ This circle or ‘container of the essence’ is claimed to represent wholeness, health, connection, unity, harmony, and, therefore, the cycle of life. It also symbolizes being one with life, going with the flow, and reflecting inward. Mandalas also contain geometric patterns that reflect and represent the geometry of the whole Universe. They typically have a focus within the center which is understood because the seed is the start line to creating the Mandala and every one of life.