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PRAYER FLAGS
Prayer Flags are a method for sending forth prayers for world peace, generating auspicious conditions and well-being. They are often displayed in the garden or over entries to create a peaceful meditative environment. According to Tibetan tradition, when prayer flags are hung in the wind it is believed that these Prayers may be carried out in the wind to benefit all beings. According to Tibetan calendar there are certain days when a BADEN is present. Baden is a demon of the Naga element spirits, so raising the flags when that energy is active can actually have a negative effect. This does not apply to prayer flags which are already up, it only apply to the raising of new flags, once it is up, there is no need to take it down until they disintegrate. The dates below have been calculated according to the Tibetan Medical and Astrological institute as inauspicious days to hang flags for year 2014-2015: Jan: 16,31: Feb: 12,24: March: 11, 23: April: 19: May: 3,15,26,29: June: 11,22: July: 7,18: Aug: 3,14,29: Sept: 21,25: Oct: 6,18: Nov: 2,13,28: Dec: 25: Jan 2015: 5,18,21: Feb: 1,14:
 
 
 
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