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Superior Quality Table Top Prayer Wheel with 17 types of Mantras

List Price:USD138
Our Price:USD68.88
25% Discount:USD51.88
Material: Brass, Perspex and paper
Color: Gold, Clear and Red
Dimension(in):4.5x4.5x4 in
Weight: 600g
ID: SL12100


Product Description
Showcasing fine and superior workmanship, this exquisite prayer wheel contains 17 types of sacred mantras. Superior in grade and best in quality, it is assembled from a gold plated cylindrical core piece covered by a clear outer layer made from perspex. The cylinder is embossed with the sacred universal mantra "Om Mani Padme Hum". The top of the cylinder is adorned with a gold plated Wheel of Life, the centre of which has a handle to keep the wheel spinning smoothly just with a slight rotation by the wrist. Underneath the base is the symbol of the crossed vajra with a total of twelve or twenty prongs, symbolizing the principle of absolute stability. Removable although not advisable as it may spoil the spinning mechanism, the mantra scroll made of thin paper is tightly wound and kept inside, printed with many repetitions of the 17 types of mantras as follows:
1. Four Refuge Mantra - 1600 repetitions
2. The Great Cloud of Prayers and Blessings that subdue the Entire Animate and Inanimate Worlds - 100 repetitions
3. Manjusri Mantra - 4800 repetitions
4. Cherenzig Mantra - 4800 repetitions
5. Vajrapani Mantra - 5400 repetitions
6. Vajrasattva Mantra - 5400 repetitions
7. The One Hundred Syllable Mantra of Vajrasattva - 300 repetitions
8. Sakyamuni Buddha Mantra - 2700 repetitions
9. Padmasambhava Mantra - 2700 repetitions
10. Amitabha Mantra - 5000 repetitions
11. Longevity Buddha Mantra - 1500 repetitions
12. Medicine Buddha Mantra - 1400 repetitions
13. Green Tara Mantra - 3700 repetitions
14. Jambala Mantra - 3300 repetitions
15. Blessing Mantra and Refuge Bodhicitta Mantra - 1600 repetitions
16. Multiplication Mantra - 1000 repetitions
17. Mantra for multiplying merit 100,000 times - 300 repetitions

The mantras contained inside the wheel is guaranteed. A prayer wheel follows you a lifetime, therefore be wise. Always get the best and never opt for poor quality ones. Buddhists believe that the prayer wheel radiates peace, kindness, and relief from suffering for all beings. According to Buddhist teachings, spinning a prayer wheel has many benefits for you, your family and even the world, too many to mention here. Briefly, the blessings of the prayer wheel helps bring happiness to you, your home, and to all beings. It helps transform your home into a very peaceful, pleasant and holy place. And it helps to heal sickness and protect from diseases. According to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition based on the lineage texts regarding prayer wheels, spinning such a wheel will have much the same meritorious effect as orally reciting the prayers. The prayer wheel spinning actually facilitates those illiterate to chant the mantra and the effect is the same as reading the mantra. The prayer wheel is used to accumulate wisdom and merit (good karma) and to purify negativities (bad karma), thus resulting in less sufferings and a smoother life. Simply touching a prayer wheel is said to bring great purification to negative karmas and obscurations. This translates to good luck in the layman's interpretation.

What is a Prayer Wheel?
The concept of the prayer wheel is a physical manifestation of the phrase "turning the wheel of Dharma," which describes the way in which the Buddha taught. the prayer wheel originated from ‘The School of Shakyamuni sutra, volume 3 – pagoda and temple’. The practitioner most often spins the wheel clockwise, as the direction in which the mantras are written is that of the movement of the sun across the sky. On rare occasions, advanced Tantric practitioners such as Senge Dongma, the Lion-Faced Dakini, spin prayer wheels counterclockwise to manifest a more wrathful protective energy. As the practitioner turns the wheel, it is best to focus the mind and repeat the Om Mani Padme Hum mantra. However, it is said that even turning it while distracted has benefits and merits, and it is stated in the lineage text that even insects that cross a prayer wheel's shadow will get some benefit. Each revolution is as meritorious as reading the inscription aloud as many times as it is written on the scroll. The benefits attributed to the practice of turning the wheel are vast. Not only does it help wisdom, compassion and bodhichitta arise in the practitioner, it also enhances siddhis (spiritual powers such as clairvoyance, precognition, reading others thoughts, etc.). The practitioner can repeat the mantra as many times as possible during the turning of the wheel, stabilizing a calm, meditative mind. At the end of a practice session, there is a Tibetan Buddhist tradition of dedicating any accumulated merits that one may have gathered during practice to the benefit of all sentient beings. Then chant Om Ah Hum three times.


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