A traditional astrological protection amulet based on the Golden Wheel of Manjushri.
Each amulet contains a grain blessed by Nechung, the state oracle of Tibet. They are knotted with a blessed cord and each comes with a protective cloth bag. They can be worn, put under one's pillow, hung on a doorway or placed in one's car. The Golden Wheel of Manjushri (Jamyang Serkhor) The making and wearing of astrological amulets has been an important tradition since ancient times in Tibet.
The amulets are believed to heal, protect and harmonise energies of the body and mind. The 'Jamyang Serkhor', The Golden Wheel of Manjushri, is the general protective and harmonising amulet of Lord Manjushri, who embodies all wisdom of the Buddha, with a flaming sword in his right hand which is symbolic of eliminating the ignorance of all sentient beings. Inside the amulet is a parchment printed from an ancient wooden block inscribed with the emblems and mantras in the form of the cosmic turtle.
It contains a 'Chagne', blessed by Nechung, the protective deity and one of the two state oracles of Tibet who guides the destiny and many decisions of the Tibetan government and its people. It also has a blessed sacred pill. The amulet is then woven within threads of the five elemental colours in a particular sequence symbolising the binding of the five elements into the golden element of earth. It is finally wrapped in a golden brocade and knotted with Tibetan blessed cord made from silk. Whilst making the amulet, utmost care has been taken with a great reliance and emphasis on the traditional empowering forms and rituals, classical texts, theories and the astrologer's personal experiences.
How to Use Your Amulet:
- Wear it or keep with personal belongings
- Put under your pillow whilst asleep
- Hang on the entrance to your house or room
- Use in your car or carry along on journeys.
- PROTECTS against negative energies and general misfortune and hazards, at home or whilst travelling.
The amulet should never be removed from its gold protective covering.