Hand sculpted slate relief: Buddha surrounded by the mantra Om Mani Pad Me Hum. It is a Tibetan tradition to cut the mantra of Chenrezig into stones, but also pictures of Buddha, Tara, Zambhala etc. Tibetans firmly believe that this creates positive energy and provides protection. The wind spreads its positive energy to all corners of the world. It is also possible to hang this image on the wall. Om Mani Padme Hum (OMPMH ) is the most famous and widely spread Buddhist mantra. Anyone who feels inspired can use this mantra. So it does not require the dedication of a master. Cancelling or singing this mantra brings you to rest. Then you come back to yourself. Literally Om Mani Padme Hum means: ‘I honour the pearl in the lotus’. The mantra is addressed to the bodhisatva Avalokitesvara, who is asked for advice and comfort. This is also the owner of the jewel (wisdom) in the lotus. Avalokiteshvara is a Buddha, who often reveals himself as a saint. The Buddha symbolizes a great power of compassion. Without distinction and without partiality, this Buddha is given to all sentient beings.
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