Color: Gold and Multicolor
Dharmachakra is known as the "wheel
of law". The wheel is the symbol of creation, sovereignty,
protection and the sun. The wheel represents motion, continuity,
change, forever moving onwards like the circular wheel of
the heavens. The wheel's swift motion symbolises the overcoming
of obstacles and illusions. It helps to:
1. ward off evil
2. maneuver your life smoothly against
3. combat resistance
4. exercise control over situations that are unstable and
Best displayed when undertakings are not going on smoothly.
It is the rescuer ornament for luck transformational changes
to homes that are facing a spate of bad luck all year round.
The hub of the wheel symbolises moral discipline, the eight spokes
symbolise analytical insight, and the rim, meditative concentration.
The eight spokes point to the eight directions and symbolise the
Buddha's Eight Noble Eightfold Path of the Aryas or righteous beings,
which comprises right understanding, thought, speech, action, livelihood,
effort, mindfulness and concentration. The vajra spokes indicates
their indestructible nature in cutting through all obstacles on
the path to the cessation of suffering.
The dharmachakra is best displayed at the center of the house or in the living room.