Buddhist amulet, Tibetan protection. Wheel of Buddhist life. 8 auspidy signs of Buddhism Silver 925 and Copper.

Buddhist amulet, Tibetan protection. Wheel of Buddhist life. 8 auspidy signs of Buddhism Silver 925 and Copper.

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Buddhist amulet, Tibetan protection.
Wheel of Buddhist life
8 auspiding signs of Buddhism
Silver 925 and copper.

Two models to choose from
Large model: 54/41mm approximate weight of 25 grams or more
Small model: 42/32 mm approximate popids of 13 grams or more

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In terms of symbols, the Buddha, sitting under the bodhi tree, experiences two things. First of all, he saw a Ferris wheel. This wheel embraces the whole of conditioned existence, it is of the same extent as the cosmos, it contains all living beings. It rotates non-stop: it turns day and night, it turns life after life, it turns era after era. We cannot see when it has begun to turn, and we cannot yet see when it will stop turning: only a Buddha sees this.
following the explanation of the Dharma wheel via this link
https://www.dongmeietjeremyzg.com/post/597638338020/symbolisme-de-la-roue-de-la-vie-dans-le

The 8 auspid signs of Buddhism or Astamangala were originally a set of Indian offerings presented to a king at his inauguration. Jainism first took up these symbols probably auspicious before Buddhism.

In Buddhist tradition, these 8 auspicious signs represent the offerings presented by the great Vedic gods - an ancient civilization of India at the origin of Hinduism - to Buddha Siddharta after his Awakening. Brahma was the first of these gods to appear even before the Buddha was born by presenting him with a wheel with a thousand rays of gold, as a symbolic request to the Buddha to pass on his teachings by "turning the wheel of the Dharma". Indra, Lord of Heaven and god of war and storm - and incidentally king of the gods - appeared following, offering the white conque for the Buddha to "proclaim the truth of the Dharma."

In Buddhist tradition, the eight auspid signs form the body of Buddha.

the parasol represents his head, the two fish his eyes, the vase his neck, the lotus his tongue, the golden wheel his feet, the banner of victory his body, the conque his word the endless knot his mind.
following the explanation of the 8 symbols on our blog via this link
https://www.dongmeietjeremyzg.com/post/513722235160/signification-des-8-symboles-auspicieux

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