Amulet Medicine Buddha
This Medicine Buddha amulet is made of an image of the Medicine Buddha and mantras of Medicine Buddha, rolled up with a colourful thread and sealed in a protective plastic cover. Inside this amulet is parchment printed from woodblock with mantras for the Medicine Buddha, the deity of compassion and healing.
Traditional Tibetan deity amulets are wearable objects that are believed to heal, protect and harmonize the energies of the wearer or carrier. Buddhists and spiritual people alike use amulets like this one for the healing and protective benefits. Tibetan amulets are more than just a piece of jewelry. They require respectful handling. You may wear the amulet (as a pendant), keep it with personal belongings, put it under the pillow as you sleep, place it on or near the entrance to your home or sacred space, or use it in your car or to carry with you on journeys.
- An image of Medicine Buddha and mantras of Medicine Buddha.
- Can be worn as a pendant. Or put it under the pillow or in the car.
- Dimensions: approx. 3.5 x 3.5 cm
- Weight: 4 g
Medicine Buddha is popularly known as Bhaisayaguru in Sanskrit. He is best described in the Medicine Buddha sutra as the Buddha who took 12 great vows after the attainment of the Enlightenment. He is also regarded as the Buddha of the eastern pure land of Vaiduryanirbhasa or Pure Lapis Lazuli. He is believed to alleviate suffering for mental and physical illness. When you carry this amulet, you carry the important message of the Medicine Buddha mantra: "May all beings be free from sickness and sufferings."