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Endless Knot Prayer Wheel W0550Endless Knot Prayer Wheel W0550Endless Knot Prayer Wheel W0550

Endless Knot Prayer Wheel W0550


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Endless knot prayer Wheel is back ground decorated with Turquoise to hang it anywhere in the house or simple set it on plain surface

Prayer wheel is combination of Brass and Copper

Inserted Smoke Purified with paper scroll with thousands of Mantra of compassion.

Smoke from these ancient tools have been used for thousands of years to cleanse, purify, and extract negative energies.

Pryaer Wheel is decorated with Tibetan Chanting of compassion "om Mane Pad Mei Hum" top and botthom of the wheel and center of the wheel has 8 Auspiciouse Synbols

Size ": Wheel : 2" diameter 2" tall

         Endless knot: 3" wide and 5" Tall

Tibetan prayer wheels (called Mani wheels by the Tibetans) are devices for spreading spiritual blessings and well being. Rolls of thin paper, imprinted with  many copies of the mantra (prayer) Om Mani Padme Hum, printed in an ancient  Tibetan script, are wound around an axle in a protective container and spun around and around.

Tibetan Buddhists believe that saying this mantra, out loud or silently to oneself, invokes the powerful benevolent attention and blessings of Chenrezig, the embodiment of compassion.


he Meaning of the Tibetan Buddhist Prayer Wheel
For thousands of years, prayer wheels have been a sacred symbol of devotion in Tibetan Buddhism. These spiritual objects are believed to hold the power of mantra and prayer, used to bring peace, harmony, and prosperity to those who turn them.
The Significance of Prayer Wheel
In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, the number 108 carries a great deal of symbolic meaning. This number is sometimes represented in the form of 108 spokes on prayer wheels or malas with 108 beads. It is believed to represent the cyclic existence of spiritual beings and serves as an offering to local deities.

Keep inside the house of shaded space outside


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