Bring more compassion into the world by displaying these vibrant cloth prayer flags anywhere, indoors or out. Whether you string them along a porch railing, across a doorway, or even in the branches of a Christmas tree, let them remind you to be generous of spirit—to the planet, to others, and to yourself.
The motif tells the Tibetan story of Lung Ta, the Windhorse, who carries the prayers into the universe. The five colors represent the harmony of five elements in balance: blue for sky and space, white for air and wind, red for fire, green for water, and yellow for earth.
Read more below about the tradition and practice of prayer flags.
They are too short to really hang anywhere outside, which is where they're supposed to be hung. They seem like "toy" prayer flags instead of the ones you see in Nepal or India. Sorry. I loved the hand-painted candles!