- Material: Zinc Alloy
- Height: 12.5cm
- Length: 12.5cm
- Width: 7cm
- Six Syllables Mantras
- Weight: 800g
- Solar power or batteries
- Automatic rotation
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How and why do you use a Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel?
Buddhist prayer wheels are handled by countless practitioners every day on the roof of the world, continuously for hours on end. Practitioners turn the prayer wheels to accumulate benefits, to help all human beings, and to cleanse their chakra.
According to the Grand Master Dalai Lama, “For the benefit of human beings, the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas manifest inside a solar rotating Buddhist Prayer Wheel to cleanse all of our negative karmas and blindnesses, and to arouse us to adjust realizations of the road to enlightenment. “
Spinning a Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel with thousands of mantras in it corresponds to formulating a large number of mantras, but it is done in one rotation. The multiplication of favors is similarly gathered by using wind and water driven prayer wheels. Hence the wind or water that touches with the prayer wheel will be blessed by the prayer wheel and can in this way bless everything it touches from harmful karma.
Buddhists are continually seen carrying out their expedition holding prayer wheels in their hands, or during their pilgrimage, they spin a Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel in the monasteries and Buddhist center they travel through .
At each movement of the Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel, the deity whose mantra is noted there springs from the wheel in entities as multiple as the mantras. For example , if there are a thousand mantras of Manjushri in the Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel, then a hundred exhalations of Manjushri will occur with each movement of the Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel and benefit the Buddhists of the world.
Despite this, it is said that the benefits of turning the wheel of the Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel with attentive thought are a hundred times more qualitative than turning it with a scattered mind.
Description of a Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel?
A Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel is a model of Buddhist processes . This tool allowed Buddhists to increase by untold numbers the number of prayers they said .
In fact, the Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel contains replicas of mantras such as that of Avalokiteshvara the mantra om mani padme hum. The mantra is written on silk sheets as many times as conceivable, sometimes an uncountable number. The document is wound near a shaft and placed in a protective roll.
Lately, the process of microfilm has made it possible to implore hundreds, even hundreds of billions of prayers in a fraction of the time.
The prayer wheel measures oscillate from the small hand-held wheel not to mention the large wheel sealed in the wall of a building, in the manner of a rotating foundation.
They are designed to be set in motion by hand, by a gust, hydraulics or ignition. When they are built in a monastery, the devotees turn around the temple clockwise and turn the mills by marching. Therefore, they get the advantage of going around the holy temple and receive the benefits communicated through the Buddhist Prayer Wheel solar rotation.
Benefits of a Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel
Prayer Wheels are made in a number of sizes: they can be small and hung on a handle a pole, and turned by hand; medium-sized and hung in temples or buildings , or gigantic and continuously rotated by a water mill. Nevertheless the small hand held Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheels are by far the most popular .
The simple act of touching and turning a Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel gives an incredible purification and collects an incredible consecration . It is believed that the more mantras one says, the more consecration one gains , which improves one’s possibilities of enjoying a more transcendent incarnation and ultimately touching nirvana .
Touching or spinning the Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel is described as so effective that the act is compared to millions of worshippers praying until their deaths.
One of the benefits of the Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel is that it materializes all of the actions of the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas of the 10 directions. At the income of Men, the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas show up in the prayer wheel to consecrate the totality of our corrupting karmas and blindnesses, and to force us to actualize the executions of the path of enlightenment.
It is believed that reciting prayers using the Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel attributes everything a worshiper wishes for .
It is strongly believed that spinning the Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel with reproach and wrong will make it easier for you to refuse the four evil deeds, the five deeds of immediate retribution, the eight evil views as well as the ten non-virtues.
Anyone who spins the Buddhist Solar Rotation Prayer Wheel during his or her lifetime should never again reincarnate with deformities during his or her lifetime, nor with disorders such as blindness, deafness, mutilation 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 spins by wind)
Prayer Wheel: Fixed Prayer Wheels
Prayer Wheel: Electric Dharma Wheels (driven by electric motors)
Spinning this Buddhist Prayer Wheel solar rotation and reciting is measured as one of the wisest and most favorable activities. Frequently built at the edge of stupas and buildings , a large number of Buddhist prayer wheels can be numbered by a large number for people to rotate as they pass by or as they circle around the monuments or stupas clockwise.
A great example of a large number of prayer wheels on a single site can be the prominent stupa of Swayambhunath, where many prayer wheels are built around the huge stupa of Swayambhunath. The mantra to be evoked when turning the Buddhist prayer wheels is “OM MANI PADME HUM” or “OM MANI PEME HUNG”.