Crossed Vajra Amulet with Hidden
Kalachakra - Energy Infused
Material: Natural Wood
Color: Natural Wood
Dimension(in): 1.6x0.3x1.6in primary piece; 12in total length
The front face features a crossed vajra
on dharmachakra. The crossed vajra which is also known as the
'universal' vajra is formed from 4 lotus-mounted vajra heads that
emanate from a central hub towards the 4 cardinal directions and
symbolizes the principle of absolute stability. A powerful symbol
of indestructability and a powerful implement of many famed Buddhist
deities, it is the emblem that represents the unshakeable ground
or reality of the Buddha's enlightenment. The four heads can each
represent the power of pacifying, enriching, subjugating and destroying.
This strong instrument is believed to possess spiritual cosmic
powers that are strong enough to suppress evil in a way that makes
it unable to harm you. It provides protection against disasters,
mishaps, dangers and accidents caused by underlying supernatural
realms. It wards off all odds, misfortune, devastation from unlucky
stars and annual afflictions. Next, the 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
Behind the amulet features the Kalachakra. The Tenfold Powerful
One (Kalachakra Symbol) is an ultra strong antidote for killing
energy and evil forces. It is often used as cures for difficult
situations when other cures become helpless, in situations that
may possibly carry misfortunes, disasters and accidents if not
properly remedied. This ultimate cure serves to generate good
energy, subdue bad energy and nourish/improve the "chi"
of a space so that good fortune can grow. It is also a potent
cure against visible and invisible "shar chi" such as
poison arrows and annual afflictions. Not only that it is a useful
charm to protect the exterior or flank the maindoor, it can also
be used in the interior to cure "shar chi" caused by
doors facing each other, maindoor opening to a garage, maindoor
opening to the stairs, columns in rooms and bad forces pointing
to a specific area of the house. It is also a protection against
bad luck and evil forces.
In vedic India, the vajra was the chief
weapon or "thunderbolt" of the great sky god Indra.
It has the power to control the thunder and lightning and slay
'nine time ninety" vritras and dragons. It means 'the hard
or mighty one', implying undestructible hardness and brilliance
like a diamond. It symbolizes the impenetrable, imperishable,
immovable, immutable, indivisible, and indestructible state of
absolute reality, which is the enlightenment of Buddhahood. It
is a wrathful weapon destroying all negativities and illusions.
Wheel of Law
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 Tenfold Powerful One (also known as Kalachakra
seed syllable) is the best known symbols of the Kalachakra system.
It can symbolize the aspects of the Outer Kalachakara, like the
elements and the ten planets, the aspects of the Inner Kalachakra,
like channels and chakras and the aspects of the Alternative Kalachakra,
like the 10 powers, 10 forces and 10 perfections. The original symbol
consists of a ring of fire, then the main symbol which combines
seven individual syllables, on top are a crescent, a disc and a
curved shape, making ten. That is what is meant by the Tenfold Powerful
One. Surrounding the main symbol is
a ring of flames, which corresponds to the outermost "Circle of
Wisdom". On the left and right of the syllables are the Lantsa characters
for E and VAM, representing the union of emptiness (E) and bliss
(VAM). Lantsa is an Indian script, derived from Sanskrit. It is
used for Buddhist mantra syllables and the titles of sacred texts.
Where to display this amulet
You may display this protective implement in the following sectors:
1. To ensure a smooth-sailing career protected from the sabotage
of evil and black magic, display it at your work desk.
2. In certain years when there are evil stars charging their destructive
energies over your zodiac constellation, you should counter them
by displaying it at your personal zodiac
Rat - North
Ox - NE
Tiger - NE
Rabbit - East
Dragon - SE
Snake - SE
Horse - South
Sheep - SW
Monkey - SW
Rooster - West
Dog - NW
Pig - NW
3. Display it where malevolent energy exists as a result of bad
flying stars, even the most complicated combinations where other
cures are insufficient.
4. Display it anywhere in the living room or family area for general
blessings, for wellness and protection against accident, bad influence,
violence and robbery.
5. Display it at intended areas to counter any "shar chi"
due to rushing energy. It will slow down rushing "chi".
Besides, it is also used to welcome in positive energy.
6. Display it in the bedroom if one's zodiac is suffering from terrible
luck during a particular year. It will help you cure all your problems
and remove bad karma.
7. Display it at your personal sheng chi
direction to ensure a smoothride in all your undertakings and life's
pursuits, especially in your career and relationship.
8. Flank this safety charm at the maindoor of the new house if you
have just move into a new place and unsure yet if the house is lucky
or unlucky. This is a proactive measure to mitigate risks of bad
luck or bad happenings.