Dorje in Tibetan means ‘indestructible.’ Dorje is the Tibetan Dharma Implement to pacify the supernatural world such as ghosts, evil spirits and demons.The crossed dorje (vajra) which is also known as the ‘universal’ dorje is formed from 4 lotus-mounted dorje heads that emanate from a central hub towards the 4 cardinal directions and symbolizes the principle of absolute stability. The Dorje is the Tibetan Buddhist equivalent of the double terminated Hindu ritual tool known the thunderbolt. It represents the male force, enlightenment, the ‘cutting’ of ignorance and illusion. 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 metal 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. It promises to keep ghost away from human body for sure. It can also improve ones health and maximize wisdom in terms of spiritual enlightenment on the wearer. The reverse side of the pendant is inscribed with the taoist talisman of “REMOVAL OF MISHAPS, DISASTERS, ACCIDENTS AND NEGATIVIES”.
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In vedic India, the dorje 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.