think of Tibetan Buddhism prayer wheels often come to mind they are so simple
to use that their effect is often underrated. However, they are a powerful way
of generating tremendous merits for our spiritual awakening and filling our
space with positive energy. The prayer wheel is Essentially a hollow cylinder
filled with mantras. it can be filled with a mantra of any Buddha. most prayer
Wheels are filled with the mantra of “OM mane pembe hum”. This mantra is the
most believed and reputed mantra in Buddhism.
Prayer wheels come in all sizes from small
handheld ones like this to medium-sized wheels Attached to alcoves surrounding
temples and monasteries and even larger ones installed in special Prayer wheelhouses.
the type of prayer wheels are hand prayer wheels, wall prayer wheels, table
prayer wheels, etc. most of the prayer wheel’s exterior Is typically decorated
with carvings of mantras deities or auspicious symbols the wheel is usually Mounted
on a metal spindle which is attachable wooden handle a small metal weight is
attached to the Wheel by a
The weight allows us to spin the wheel with a slight rotation of the wrist and it Provides momentum to keep the wheel spinning with minimal effort the wheel. weight also stabilizes the wheel and gives it a more measured rotating movement to begin to touch the pray will to your forehead.
if you spin the prayer wheel in a counterclockwise direction don't worry nothing bad or negative will happen because enlightened beings will never harm anyone just make sure you do it correctly time.
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