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Lung Ta the Wind Horse GOOD LUCK 2012

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posted on Jan, 1 2012 @ 10:10 PM
i was not sure where to place this thread, here or in psychology. well........... here it is, because of its historical and cultural value of our heritage

Lung Ta the Wind Horse

Lung ta, Tibetan for Wind Horse, is a mythical creature from pre-Buddhist times
maybe even from pre-Bön times, maybe from times when people spoke in symbols and hand gestures, but this I speculate.

The Wind Horse, as it is best known, is associated with GOOD LUCK.

Lungta moves endlessly in the wind on prayer flags.
Today it is the most popular symbol on those strings of praying sutras in the wind and used by Tibetans to represent good fortune, uplifting life force energies and opportunities that make things go well.

When one’s lung-ta is low obstacles constantly arise. When lung-ta is high good opportunities abound.

The horse is an extremely important mount to traditional nomads of all times and places. Since ancient times, it seems, the horse was a symbol for speed and strength and in a religious sense is well suited to carry prayers from earth to heaven because the Wind Horse is also associated with the element of space which it masters with such success.

I think even the full design of the Wind Horse prayer flag seems so obviously to be ancient and we cannot answer the question of how old praying and expressions of being in touch with the heavens are (aeh…….. or was I supposed to say ‘superstition’?).

Briefly to the modern design of a general example with roots to origins forgotten:

In the center of the flag on the right, is the Wind Horse, the uplifting energy that carries good fortune to all beings. In the corners are the "Four Dignities": the Garuda (wisdom), the Dragon (gentle power) the Snow Lion (fearless joy), and the Tiger (confidence). The Eight Auspicious Symbols (See right) are depicted around the perimeter. Various prayers and mantras are included in the text. At the top center are the three main Bodhisattvas: Avalokiteshvara (Compassion), Manjushri (Wisdom), and Vajrapani (Power). At the bottom center are the figures called "the union of enemies" representing friendship. The two swastikas are symbols of eternal life.

To understand the full meaning and importance of the lungta, apart from being a space elemental, the more subtle meaning of this symbol needs to be addressed : the symbol of ‘air or the wind within the body’

Most Secret Level: The Inner Air or Wind
In Tibetan Buddhism, the mind is seen as being dependent on, or mounted on, the subtle energy or inner air or wind within the body.

Contemporary Buddhism may paint the horse carrying the ‘wish fulfilling jewel of enlightenment” onto the lungta’s back, but it is nothing less than the mind who is riding on the Wind Horse. The strength of these subtle energies of winds and gases of our ‘inner Horse of Space’, the platform of manifestation itself, determines the state of our mind.

Whether the wind-horse is strong or weak determines whether positive or negative tendencies dominate the mind. On an everyday level, the windhorse is also very much linked to what is commonly known as ‘good luck’.

So make sure you get good winds, hold your horse steady and ride into your vision with confidence !

for deeper knowledge on practicing the art of magic with the lung-ta :


How was your new years eve ?

How did your New Year begin ?

posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 08:19 AM
reply to post by bestintentions
It's cool to see an optimistic thread full of good wishes for others.

So make sure you get good winds, hold your horse steady and ride into your vision with confidence !

I'll try my best as I sure do need a personal change in fortune for the better!

In turn, I hope you also 'get good winds' and the opportunity to 'ride into your vision.'

posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 08:21 AM
Interesting, never heard of it. Nice name to keep in mind for my next horse!

posted on Jan, 2 2012 @ 09:09 AM
Thank you so much,

Much Blessings and Good Luck for all in 2012 indeed

An great thread and explanation of the wind horse.



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 02:11 PM
Hey a bit more Windhorse for everyone

A Healthy Happy Wealthy Loving Lucky Serendipitous 2012 for all



posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 03:33 PM
reply to post by MischeviousElf

that was lovely of you, mischevious elf, thank you

to tell you the truth i'm not much in favor of wishes and expectations

but once more i shall sing it with you in chorus : may dawn rise and shine brighter than ever before so even the most ignorant can see more of the glory and hear the sounds of the stars in everlasting declaration of love

edit on 4-1-2012 by bestintentions because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 03:52 PM
reply to post by bestintentions

F-ing awsome......I love this stuff....If its ok I might include this thread in one I am working much good stuff...GREAT you

you da da man......

posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 04:35 PM
reply to post by newyorkee

sure !

please send me a note when your thread is up

and please explain this

you da da man......

posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 02:30 PM
Nice work! Thought you would have been blasted for posting that 2012 might actually be a good or "Lucky" year.
So much doomsday around here. Finally a breath of fresh air.S&F 4 u.

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