GURU DRAGPO SUNGKHOR MANTRA WHEEL – FOR BURGLARY PROTECTION
Great Scorpion Wheel of Padmasambhava
This protection amulet (Tibetan: “Sungkor”; Sanskrit: “Yantra”, or “Chakra”) is a terma revelation of the great treasure revealer, Dudjom Lingpa. It offers powerful protection against all manner of evil spirits, demons, and ghosts. The black scorpions, typically associated with Guru Dragpo, also protect against persons or beings with malicious intent, such as thieves, robbers, and various and sundry criminals.
VAISHRAVANA (NAMTOSE) MANDALA – FOR WEALTH ENRICHMENT
The Mandala diagram is a two-dimensional representation of a four-sided celestial palace aligned with the four cardinal directions, with each side having its own entrance gate and gate protectors. The entire exterior perimeter is surrounded by the fire of primordial wisdom.
This particular mandala, the abode of the directional guardian, Vaishravana (Tibetan: Namtose), is a three-story palace filled with countless precious jewels and treasures - even the four main pillars of the palace are studded with the most exquisite jewels. Furthermore, the palace contains fifteen vaults filled with treasure. In the midst of these inconceivable riches sits the king of wealth, glorious Vaishravana, astride a white lion.
The mandala is thus a symbolic representation of Vaishravana’s pure land. One who cultivates a mind of limitless compassion for all sentient beings, who performs charitable acts and other forms of generosity, who recites Vaishravana’s heart mantra and prays in front of the mandala with devotion, will get all his/her wishes fulfilled. In this way, prayers for career advancement, business expansion, physical and spiritual wealth will all be fulfilled.
THE GREAT WHITE PARASOL MANTRA WHEEL – PROTECTION FROM ALL HARM
The Great White Parasol (Surangama) Mantra wheel is an extremely powerful amulet that offers protection from natural disasters, diseases, spirit harm and all forms of misfortune. It also helps in legal litigation, and prevention from unwarranted imprisonment.
Sitātapatrā is the 'Goddess of the White Parasol' - protector against supernatural danger.
she was emanated by Shakyamuni Buddha from his crown protrusion (Sanskrit: “Ushnisha”) to help Indra, the king of the gods, when Indra was attacked by the Asura realm in the Trāyastriṃśa Heaven.
According to many Buddhist texts, those who practice her mantra will be reborn in Amitabha's Pure land, as well as gaining protection against supernatural danger and black magic.