- Material: Metal Alloy
- Height: 20.5cm
- Mill: Diameter: 7.5cm | Height: 4.5cm
- Six Syllables Mantras
- Weight: 520g
- FREE shipping
How and why should you use a 6-syllable Buddhist colored Buddhist Prayer Wheel?
Tibetan prayer wheels serve multiple practitioners every day on the roof of the world, sometimes for hours. Buddhists turn the prayer wheels to gather blessings, to help all humans and in order to purify their karma.
According to the Grand Master Dalai Lama, “For the benefit of sentient beings, Buddhas and Bodhisattvas declare themselves in the colorful 6-syllable Buddhist Prayer Wheel to totally purify our negative karmas and blindnesses, and to arouse us to actualize the completions of the path to enlightenment. “
Spinning a colored 6-syllable Buddhist Prayer Wheel with hundreds of mantras inside is equivalent to formulating these millions of mantras, but it is done in one rotation. The multiplication of favors is also received by using wind and water stimulated prayer wheels. Thus the wind or water in connection with the prayer wheel will be consecrated by the prayer wheel and thus can purify anything it touches from the unfavorable chakra.
Buddhists are commonly observed to make their peregrination equipped with prayer wheels in their hands, or on their pilgrimage, they spin a colorful 6-syllable Buddhist Prayer Wheel in the monasteries and Buddhist centers they crisscross.
With each turn of the colored 6-syllable Buddhist Prayer Wheel, the personality whose mantra is noted on it oozes out of the wheel in entities as abundant as the mantras. In this way, if there are a million Manjushri mantras contained in the 6-Syllable Colored Buddhist Prayer Wheel, then a hundred Manjushri emanations will be fulfilled with each turn of the 6-Syllable Colored Buddhist Prayer Wheel and benefit the Buddhists of the world.
However, it is known that the benefits of turning the wheel of the 6 Syllable Colored Buddhist Prayer Wheel with an attentive mind are a billion times stronger than turning it with an evaporated mind.
Description of a 6 Syllable Colored Buddhist Prayer Wheel?
A 6 Syllable Colored Buddhist Prayer Wheel is a model of Buddhist processes . This technology allowed Buddhists to amplify by thousands the number of prayers they recited .
In fact, the Buddhist 6 Syllable Colored Prayer Wheel is filled with copies of precepts such as that of Avalokiteshvara the mantra om mani padme hum. The precept is written on very fine tissue paper as many times as conceivable, often thousands. The paper is wound on a swivel and placed in a protective roll.
In recent years, microfilm technology has made it possible to implore large numbers, even hundreds of billions of prayers in the blink of an eye.
Prayer wheels vary in size from small, hand-held wheels to monumental wheels sealed into the wall of a building, in the manner of a circular pole.
The size of the prayer wheels varies.
The wheels are made to be set in motion by hand, by wind, water, or a flare. If they are part of a monastery, the practitioners turn around the building clockwise and turn the wheels by touching them. As a result, they enjoy the advantage of avoiding the holy building and enjoy the benefits emitted through the colorful 6-syllable Buddhist Prayer Wheel.
The utilities of a Buddhist 6 syllable colored Prayer Wheel
Prayer Wheels are fashioned in different calibers: they can be small and attached to a handle a pole, and turned voluntarily; medium and fixed in buildings or monasteries, or monumental and turned perpetually through a water mill. In spite of this the small hand-held colored 6-syllable Buddhist Prayer Wheels are by far the most popular .
The simple act of touching and spinning a colored 6-syllable Buddhist Prayer Wheel allots a prodigious purification and accumulates an extraordinary benefit . It is imagined that the more precepts one utters , the more consecration one gains , which increases one’ s chances of enjoying a more transcendent rebirth and definitely catching nirvana .
Touching or twirling the 6-Syllable Colored Buddhist Prayer Wheel is said to be so powerful that it is compared to the power of a hundred monks praying for a lifetime.
One of the benefits of the 6-Syllable Colored Buddhist Prayer Wheel is that it personifies all the actions of the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas of the 10 directions. At the income of humans, the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas manifest in the prayer wheel to purify all our harmful chakras and confusions, and to force us to actualize the concretizations of the path of enlightenment.
Prayer using the 6-Syllable Colored Buddhist Prayer Wheel is believed to give all that a practitioner requires.
It is strongly believed that turning the Buddhist 6-Syllable Colored Prayer Wheel with reproach and abjection will make it easier for you to exclude the four evil deeds, the five deeds of immediate retribution, the eight evil views not to mention the ten non-virtues.
Anyone who spins the Buddhist 6-Syllable Colored Prayer Wheel during his or her life should never again be reborn with deformities in his or her life, nor with handicaps such as blindness, deafness, dumbness, or infirmity.
Prayer Wheel Types
Prayer Wheel: Mani Wheel (a hand-held prayer wheel)
Prayer Wheel: Water Wheels (turned by flowing water)
Prayer Wheel: Fire Wheel (turned by the heat of a candle or electric light)
Prayer Wheel: Wind Wheel (a kind of prayer wheel turns by wind)
Prayer Wheel: Fixed Prayer Wheels
Prayer Wheel: Electric Dharma Wheels (driven by electric motors)
Turning this colorful 6-syllable Buddhist Prayer Wheel and uttering is reputed to be one of the wisest and most auspicious steps. Mostly built at the circumference of stupas and monuments , a large number of Buddhist prayer wheels can number in the millions for people to spin as they pass by or as they circle around buildings or stupas clockwise.
A great example of a large number of prayer wheels in one place can be the glorious Swayambhunath stupa, where many prayer wheels are hung around the huge Swayambhunath stupa. The mantra to be implored when spinning the Buddhist prayer wheels is “OM MANI PADME HUM” or “OM MANI PEME HUNG”.