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White Mahakala Treasure Vase
White Mahakala Treasure Vase

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This vase was filled by monks in Taiwan and then blessed by either and or His Holiness, Taklung Rinpoche, Ogen Rinpoche and Sakya Rinpoche. This vase has all of the properties described bellow with an emphasis on attracting wealth in every area we need to be wealthy in and protection.

Padmasambhava introduced Treasure Vases to Tibet. He gave specific instructions on how to create and what sacred items need to be put inside them. Today they are still made by his instructions. It has it’s beginning’s in the Treasure Vase of the Eight Auspicious symbols. The blessings, pacification and improved environment created by the vases extends for 15 miles outward from the vases location. By the sacred contents and rituals employed during its creation, the treasure vase has the power to magnetize wealth and abundance, improve health & healing, pacify anger & conflict, and increase wisdom and compassion.

Traditionally, Tibetan Treasure Vases are given on auspicious occasions such as births, weddings, housewarmings or new ventures. They are kept in one’s home or business, or buried at a chosen site. The vases are the perfect feng shui remedy to restore vitality and harmony to elements (earth, air, fire, water and space) that are imbalanced, disturbed or depleted by environmental pollutants. Within the areas surrounding the vase, direct experiences of well being will occur.

White Mahakala is the protector associated with wealth. His face is wrathful with three eyes to see past, present and future. His five-skull crown represents his ability to turn the Five Hindrances into the Five Wisdoms to better understand wealth. He has six arms whose hands hold various implements. The right hand at his chest holds a wish fulfilling jewel. The cleaver in his hand signifies that he protects the dharma and those needing protection of their resources. His final right hand is holding a darmaru, which allows him to summon the Buddhas. One left hand hold a skull cup filled with jewels. His next arm holds a vajra hook, which can be used to chase away those who will harm, or rob and help end samsara. His final hand holds a trident symbolic at conquering the Three Poisons.

It is important that one view the Wealth Deities in the right light. They are not for creating a fortune to run away from our problems but to give insight into why money may be a problem. Too much or too little money can be a disaster and White Mahakala can heal those problems. The Buddha taught that one should have enough money so that they could practice dharma without worry. If you have an image of White Mahakala near and or have aspirations to heal poverty it can lead to blessing for you.

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