Posted by Admin on April, 22, 2021
Prayer wheels supplied by Tibetan prayer wheel suppliers are a representation of Buddhist technology. This technology enabled the faithful to multiply their millions of prayers. Since prayer wheels are loaded with copies from mantras, such as Avalokiteshvara's mantra, 'om mani Padme hum' (sacred spells linked to certain deities).
The mantra is written as many times as possible on very thin tissue paper, with the number of millions in some cases. The paper is coated with a protection cylindrical wrap around a spindle. In recent years, even trillions of prayers can be invoked with just one turn of the bike in trillions of microfilm technology.
The scale of prayer wheels extends to large wheels set in the wall of a house, from small handheld rollers to moving pillars. These are exported worldwide by the Tibetan prayer wheel exporters.
The side, wind, water and firepower are turned around. When you enter the temple, people go around the building in the direction of the clock and turn the wheels as they go. Thus they profit from the circumcision of the holy building and the prayers sent by the wheel of the prayer.
In around 400 C.E. a Chinese pilgrim in Ladakh wrote the earliest recorded prayer wheels. The concept of the prayer wheel is a physical manifestation of the sentence "Dharma's turning wheel," which describes the way Buddha was teaching.
The lines of the prayer wheel trace the renowned Indian Master Arya Nagarjuna according to Tibetan tradition. The texts from Tibet also show that the Indian Buddhist masters Tilopa and Naropa and the Tibetan masters Marpa and Milarepa taught this practice.
How and why is it used?
Many Tibetans use prayer wheels every day, for hours at a time. Adorers transform the prayer wheels into merits to support all in the universe and cleanse their karma (intentional actions). They belong to a tradition of meditation. In the prayer wheel, the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, according to Lama Zopa, are "to the good of sentient beings in cleansing all our bad karma and obscuration and in making us realize the path of illumination."
Turning the Tibetian prayer wheel into which millions of mantras are contained in the equivalent of those millions of mantras but in a fraction of the time, it is done. The increased advantage is also gained by wind and water-driven prayer wheels. Whatever wind or water hits the wheel, the wheel will be blessed and will purify anything that touches bad karma.
Pilgrims are also seen travelling with prayer rollers in hand, or they will switch prayer rolls as part of their pilgrimage at the monasteries they visit. The god whose mantra is engraved on it emanates from the wheel in bodies as numerous as the mantras at the turn of a prayer wheel.
When, for example, one thousand Manjushri mantras are on the wheel, then, at every turn of the wheel, one thousand million Manjushri mantras will go on and benefit the world's beings. The advantage of spinning the wheel in a focused mind, however, is claimed to be 100,000 times larger than spinning it out in a distracted mind.
At the end of the practice, a Tibetan Buddhist tradition dedicates all the accumulated merits you have accumulated to support all sentient beings in the practice. Then 3 times Om Ah Hum. It is the tradition of Tibetans to do any practices of the Buddhist, including the prayer wheel.
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