December 06, 2018 1 min read 6 Comments

For 2022, the following are inauspicious (not ideal) days to hang prayer flags:

January: 6, 18, 30

February: 1, 14

March: 12, 24

April: 8, 20

May: 4, 17, 28, 31

June: 11, 23

July: 9, 20

Aug: 4, 15, 31

Sep: 11, 23, 26

Oct: 7, 20

Nov: 3, 15, 30

Dec: 12

2023:

Jan: 7, 22

Feb: 3, 15

If you have any questions, or need help finding the right flags for you, please feel free to give us a call in the office at (800) 886-5551.  Namaste!

 

 

 

 

However, it is good to remember that according to His Holiness the Dalai Lama and many other great lamas, the day when we hang prayer flags is much less important than the motivation we have while doing it. The most crucial thing is to have pure intentions and express good wishes.

The Tibetan word for a horizontal prayer flag is Lung ta, which translates literally as "wind horse." A Wind Horse is symbolic of the mind and the wind is its vehicle, therefore it can be ridden upon. This means that we all have the possibility of controlling the mind and can guide it towards any direction at any speed we wish. That is why the prayers of a flag become a permanent part of the universe as the images fade from wind and sun. Happiness and health are brought to those who hang these prayer flags, and Tibetans renew their hopes for the world by continually mounting new flags alongside the old.  

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6 Responses

Anthony O'Brien
Anthony O'Brien

March 08, 2021

So very convenient and helpful. Tu jay chay.

Anita Prielipp
Anita Prielipp

January 06, 2021

I hung my Prayer flags for the first time on November 21st.
Here is too many more intentions and good wishes!

Namaste

Raje’
Raje’

January 06, 2021

Wonderful to have the information regarding dates to ensure best possible outcome for every sentient being! Gracias Amigos!

Steven Krause
Steven Krause

February 03, 2020

Thanks for the best dates. Looking forward to adding more Pray Flags to my space on planet Earth.
no need to say more.
Peace

robyn
robyn

February 03, 2020

in·aus·pi·cious
/ˌinôˈspiSHəs/
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adjective
not conducive to success; unpromising.
“it was an inauspicious beginning to the long and complex entanglement”

Ugen chidak
Ugen chidak

February 03, 2020

So good explain

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