In Tibetan Buddhism, an important part of spiritual practice is reciting the Six Word Mantra: “Om Ma Ni Pad Me Hum.”
Six-word Mantra is from Tibetan Buddhism, and is said to be the essence of the entire teaching. “Om” represents the body of all Buddhas, when you read it, you should keep your body in accordance with Buddha’s body, your mouth with Buddha’s mouth and your mind with Buddha’s mind, which is the so-called merging with Buddha into an organic whole, through which you can gain the achievements; “Mani” means “jewel” in Sanskrit, which is said to be from the brain of Dragon King and with which you can get all treasure in the sea and mountains; “Padme” refers to “lotus” in Sanskrit, it is used as a metaphor of immaculacy; “Hum” means to pray for achievements.
Tibetan Buddhism regards Six-word Mantra as the origin of sutra, advocating believers practice the recitation repeatedly to accumulate virtues, and therefore, they can come to a successful conclusion and survive torment.
Item Type: Rings
Fine or Fashion: Fashion
Surface Width: 9mm
Material: 925 Sterling silver/Garnet
shape/pattern: Six words of mantra
ring size: 7-12.5
weight: about 10 g
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