WOODEN PRAYER WHEEL. PRAYER WHEEL
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Wooden Prayer Wheel
- A revolving cylinder inscribed with or containing prayers, a revolution of which symbolizes the repetition of a prayer, used by Tibetan Buddhists
- (Tibetan) Wheel or cylinder with written prayers on or in it.
- a cylinder with prayers written on it; each revolution counts as uttering the prayers; used especially by Buddhists in Tibet
- A prayer wheel is a cylindrical 'wheel' (Tibetan: 'khor) on a spindle made from metal, wood, stone, leather, or even coarse cotton. Traditionally, the mantra Om Mani Padme Hum is written in Sanskrit externally on the wheel.
- Made of wood
- Like or characteristic of wood
- made or consisting of (entirely or in part) or employing wood; "a wooden box"; "an ancient cart with wooden wheels"
- Stiff and awkward in movement or manner
- (woodenly) ungraciously: without grace; rigidly; "they moved woodenly"
20046 * BRAND NEW WELL-MADE ITEM! SECURE AND SPEEDY DELIVERY FROM LAS VEGAS, NEVADA. GREAT ITEM! HONEST PRICE! SUPERB QUALITY! Only positive feedback comments from our buyers, regarding this item! "Great pendent and very fast shipping - Thank You!!!" Buyer: volgagreen (156) "Very Beautiful. Thank you! It is just as had hoped!" Buyer: barbaralba6 (301) "FANTASTIC! High Quality, A+ fast shipping- THANK YOU =)" Buyer: verunica (279) VERY BEAUTIFUL PENDANT! WHEEL OF DHARMA - BUDDHIST SYMBOL - TALISMAN AMULET PENDANT NECKLACE. The Wheel of Dharma is translation of the Sanskrit word, "DHARMACHAKRA". Wheel of Life Law. Similar to the wheel of a cart that keeps revolving, it symbolizes the Buddha's teaching as it continues to be spread widely and endlessly. Amulet is a charm often inscribed with a magic incantation, prayer or symbol to protect the wearer against evil (as disease or witchcraft) and to aid. Well-made pendant. Detailed embossed artwork. Genuine solid copper metal. Beautiful copper metal unique patina will appear in time and will look even better than pictures. Grand solid beauty. Superb craftsmanship! Large good size of the pendant is measured 2" INCHES (5 CM) in diameter. Back side reverse can be used for unique or personal engravings. Pendant comes with long strong waxed cotton black necklace. Museum quality! GREAT UNIQUE COLLECTIBLE & PERFECT SPIRITUAL GIFT! MUCH BETTER THAN PICTURES IN PERSON! Dharma Wheel. The eight spokes of the wheel represent the Noble Eightfold Path of Buddhism, the most important Way of Practice. The Noble Eightfold Path refers to right view, right thought, right speech, right behavior, right effort, right mindfulness, and right meditation. In the olden days before statues and other images of the Buddha were made, this Wheel of Dharma served as the object of worship. At the present time, the Wheel is used internationally as the common symbol of Buddhism.
The Spinning Maiden
Long ago, in the time of King Arthur, the Vale of the Murk Esk was held by one Julian of Goathland
It was then ....as it is now ....a land surrounded by wild and open moor as treacherous as it is beautiful.
A place of peaty streams, rushing waterfalls, deep woods and fertile pastures.
It was here Julian thought to build himself a geat castle...a spot still known as Julian Park today...high above the tree fringed gorge where the Mallyan Spout plunges over the cliff to tinkle and seep amongst the bright green mosses and eventually splash into the beck below.
Julian cared little for the beauty of the place..he was a hard and cruel master and some say he was of Nordic blood and worshipped Thor and Woden. He saw only the plentiful timber and water to further his evil ambition and the chance to better impose his will on the common folk.
Now Julian was of the old belief that if any great house was to be securely built..life must be built within it...and so determined was he that his great Castle should withstand the ravages of all his enemies.and indeed time itself..he swore by the Ravens of Woden that the best beloved of all the Maidens of Eskdale should be walled up in the foundations of his keep.
This maid was Gytha, the only child of Gudrun of the Mill and as soon as the building was begun Julian sent out his men at arms to take her from her Father's house. She was at her spinning when they came upon her and so startled and afraid was she that when they brought her before her lord she still had her spindle in her hand.
When the people of Goathland realised Julian's intentions they followed the men at arms and pleaded with him to spare Gytha..but he only laughed with scorn at their prayers and tears and as punishment he seized Gudrun and decalred that he himself must build the wall behind whichhis daughter Gytha would perish slowly in the darkness..
When there were but two stones to be laid Julian had his men place a beaker of water and a loaf of bread beside Gytha...and in mockery of her wretchedness he added her spindle and spinning wheel....
Julian's evil grew with every passing day.
A year later, on the very night on which the maiden had been walled up, he was lying on his bed when the Castle was filled with a great wailing from the foundations of the keep.
Nearer and nearer it came to the room in which he lay until a white figure bearing a spindle appeared at his door and approached his bed.
Gytha's wriath stood motionless for a few moments then slowly stretched out an arm and held the spindle over his feet
criss-cross...criss-cross...criss-cross...three times she moved the spindle over the foot of the bed..
It seemed to Julian that invisible threads were being woven about his feet and ankles until , still gently wailing, she turned and lefrt him. and not until the castle was silent could Julian cry out and struggle from his bed. But when he tried to stand his feet were strangely numb and all he could do was shuffle from that day on...never getting better nor worse until the fatal night came round once more.
Then again all happened as before but this time the spindle wove its invisible threads three times above his knees..and for a year he was dead from the knees down, and was racked with shooting pains that came and went as suddenly as wild lightning.
At last he could bear no more and cursed his heathen gods,. He offered to repent and turn Christian and promised to build a Church for the people of Goathland if only he could be healed, but there was no remedy..
Each year on the appointed night the Spinning Maiden came again ...and each time she wove her threads a little higher than the last...and for ten years Julian died slowly from the feet upwards..
until at last his soul departed in a night of terrible storms....
SB Gompa Cave, Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir, India - 30.08.09
Camera Model Name: Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Lens: EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6
Tv (Shutter Speed): 1/50
Av (Aperture Value): 3.5
Metering: Evaluative Metering
ISO Speed: 100
Focal Length: 18.0 mm
Distance & Time: By car - 110 km / 4 hrs
We are invited to rimpoche’s (chief monk) quarter.
It is an astonishing room, rather a cave converted into a room! The floor is covered with plastic mats, on top of which there are brightly colored yak wool carpets. On right corner are cakes of barley in curious shapes and designs being made; will be offered to the deities later. Couple of chogtse (low table), on which sits a plastic bowl of barley dough, while on the other a copper prayer wheel with beautiful engraving. At the end corner few clothing articles neatly stacked. To the left is the kitchen counter, which has a stove connected to the LPG (liquid petroleum gas) cylinder standing below. The counter is cluttered with small containers of milk powder, tealeaves, sugar, salt, spices, cups, saucers, serving spoons and bowls.
Behind the gas cylinder there is a locked wooden door leading to the extension of the cave (the gompa store room), more packets of sugar and salt, containers of cooking oil, a pale of water, behind which a plastic broom, a rack to hold various sizes of plastic plates, porcelain soup bowls, tiny and delicate tea cups, few spoons and a jar of biscuits. Beside which there is a tray for serving, a cabbage (which doesn't look too fresh), few tomatoes, a small tray holding an assortment of things (match box etc.) and a couple of more containers of cooking oil. There is a tiny and simple Tibetan calendar, which hangs from the one of the walls.
We are served tea from a large floral flask (unmistakably 'Made in China') along with a plate full of biscuits. Sipping tea and nibbling biscuits, we look out from the sealed glass window, which offers an incredible view of the valley below.
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