- Material: Copper Alloy
- Height: 16cm
- Mantra Wheel: Diameter: 6.5cm | Height: 3.2cm
- Six Syllable Mantras
- Weight: 130g
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How and why do you use a six-syllable Tibetan Copper Prayer Wheel?
Buddhist prayer wheels are used by multiple Buddhists in the Tibet Autonomous Region every day on top of the world, sometimes for hours. The monks turn the prayer wheels to agglomerate blessings, to strengthen all human beings and to cleanse their chakra.
According to the Grand Master Dalai Lama, “To the privilege of human beings, the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas manifest in a six-syllable copper Tibetan Prayer Wheel to cleanse all of our negative karmas and blindnesses, and to engage us in realizing the completions of the path to enlightenment. “
Turning a six-syllable Tibetan Copper Prayer Wheel with a large number of mantras in it is equivalent to unveiling those thousands of mantras, but it is done in the blink of an eye . The intensification of profits is also collected by using wind and water powered prayer wheels. As a result the wind or water in contact with the prayer wheel will be consecrated by the prayer wheel and will thereby be able to sanctify anything it touches from harmful karma.
Buddhists are frequently observed carrying out their expedition with prayer wheels in hand, or on the occasion of their pilgrimage, they spin a six-syllable copper Tibetan Prayer Wheel in the monasteries and Buddhist centers they crisscross.
At each of the Tibetan Copper Six Syllable Prayer Wheel movements, the deity whose mantra is inscribed on it flows from the wheel into beings as abundant as the mantras. In this way , if there are a billion Manjushri mantras contained in the Tibetan Copper Six Syllable Prayer Wheel, then a billion exhalations of Manjushri will perform with each movement of the Tibetan Copper Six Syllable Prayer Wheel and benefit the Buddhists of the world.
Despite this, one imagines that the benefits of turning the Tibetan Copper Six Syllable Prayer Wheel with a determined thought are a hundred times more qualitative than turning it with an evaporated thought.
Description of a Tibetan Copper Six Syllable Prayer Wheel?
A Tibetan Copper Six Syllable Prayer Wheel is a sample of the Buddhist method. This tool allowed devotees to multiply the number of prayers they recited by untold numbers.
In fact, the Tibetan Copper Six-Syllable Prayer Wheel is filled with copies of precepts such as that of Avalokiteshvara the mantra om mani padme hum. The mantra is written down on sheets as many times as possible, often hundreds. The bulletin is girded on an axle and covered with a protective cylinder.
Later, the process of microfilm has made it possible to invoke millions , even hundreds of thousands of prayers in one rotation.
The measures of prayer wheels fluctuate from the modest wheel supported by hand without forgetting monumental wheel assembled in the pediment of a building , in the manner of a gyratory pillar .
They are made to be put into rotation manually, by a gust, rain or a blaze. When they are included in a temple, the pilgrims turn around the building clockwise and turn the wheels while marching. As a result, they enjoy the advantage of bypassing the sacred monastery and enjoy the benefits communicated by the Tibetan six-syllable copper prayer wheel.
The Benefits of a Six-Syllable Copper Tibetan Prayer Wheel
Prayer wheels come in a few sizes: they can be small and attached to a pole stake, and turned manually; intermediate in size and fixed in monasteries or monuments, or monumental and set in constant motion using a water mill. However, the small Tibetan Copper Six Syllable Prayer Wheels by hand are largely the most popular .
The simple act of touching and turning a Tibetan Copper Six Syllable Prayer Wheel confers a prodigious purification and accumulates an amazing consecration . It is imagined that the more prayers one utters , the more reverence one gains , which increases one’s chances of receiving a greater incarnation and ultimately reaching nirvana .
Having or spinning the Tibetan Copper Six-Syllable Prayer Wheel is described as so intense that its influence is compared to that of hundreds of worshippers praying for a lifetime.
One of the benefits of the Tibetan Copper Six-Syllable Prayer Wheel is that it reflects all the works of the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas of the 10 directions. For the benefit of humans, the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas show up in the prayer wheel to purify all of our unfavorable chakras and obscurations, and to compel us to actualize the accomplishments of the path to enlightenment.
Prayer through the Six-Syllable Copper Tibetan Prayer Wheel is believed to give everything a Buddhist requires.
It is strongly believed that turning the Tibetan Copper Six-Syllable Prayer Wheel with sorrow and dishonor will help you eliminate the four evil deeds, the five deeds of immediate retribution, the eight evil views, and finally the ten non-virtues.
Anyone who spins the six-syllable Tibetan Copper Prayer Wheel during his or her lifetime should never again be reincarnated with abnormalities during his or her lifetime, nor with disabilities 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 spins by wind)
Prayer Wheel: Fixed Prayer Wheels
Prayer Wheel: Electric Dharma Wheels (driven by electric motors)
Spinning this Tibetan Copper Prayer Wheel six syllables and enunciating is considered to be one of the most serious and beneficial acts . Commonly built on the edge of stupas and monasteries , a large number of Buddhist prayer wheels can be measured in millions for monks to spin as they pass by or as they circle the monasteries or stupas clockwise.
A famous example of many prayer wheels in one place can be the famous Swayambhunath stupa, where many prayer wheels hang around the huge Swayambhunath stupa. The mantra to be evoked when turning the Buddhist prayer wheels is “OM MANI PADME HUM” or “OM MANI PEME HUNG”.