Dragon Eye Dzi Bead
Description and specificity of Dzi bead
The dragon eye bead Dzi has the power of the Buddhist six syllable mantra "Om Mani Padme Hum". Each eye of this Dzi personifies one of the syllables of this mantra. In addition, the eye of the dragon Dzi carries the power of a mythical creature - the dragon.
Dzi dragon eye
Bead Dzi dragon eyes helps overcome negative forces, cope with enemies and competitors. It helps in learning, preserves, maintains the welfare of its owner and allows you to gain wealth in the material world and make spiritual achievements.
The dragon eye's bead Dzi is the embodied sound of the great mantra Om Mani Padme Hum. By reciting this mantra aloud to oneself or to oneself, or even using the spinning drum where this mantra is written, a person receives friendly attention and blessing from the Buddha of compassion Chenrezing. That is the name of this Buddha in Tibet. In Sanskrit, he is known as the Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, and in China as Kuan Yin.
Dzi Dragon's Bead
The Om Mani Padme Hum mantra contains all the teachings of Buddha. And therefore, it is almost impossible to translate into any phrase or sentence. Allegorically, it is translated as "Pearl shining in a lotus flower." Each syllable of this mantra has its own sacred meaning.
The six syllables of the "Om Ma Ni Pad Me Hum" hum mantra contain the perfection of six paramitas:
- The first syllable “Om” of blessings glorifies us in order to achieve excellence in the practice of charity.
- The syllable “Ma" helps to improve practice in achieving purity of morality, ethics and awareness.
- "No" helps achieve perfection in the practice of tolerance.
- “Pad” helps to achieve perfection in perseverance.
- “Me” is the achievement of perfection in the practice of concentration and meditation.
- “Hum” is the achievement of excellence in the practice of wisdom.
The repetition of this mantra, symbolically depicted on the Dzi bead of the dragon's eye, helps to achieve perfection in these six practices from generosity to wisdom. In this way the Buddha went to his enlightenment. The same path is also relevant at present for those who wish to achieve enlightenment and get out of a continuous series of births and deaths.
Dragon Eye Dzi
The six syllables of the Om Mani Padme Hum mantra also help get rid of the suffering that awaits us at the six levels of being.
- "Om" - clears from the neurotic attachment to bliss and from pride.
- "Ma" - from jealousy and thirst for entertainment.
- "None" - from passions and desires.
- "Pad" - from stupidity and prejudice.
- "Me" - from an irresistible thirst for possessiveness.
- "Hum" - from anger and hatred.
Thus, by practicing this mantra one can transform an imperfect body, speech and mind into a pure body, speech and perfect mind of Buddha. You can read more about 6 paramit and six levels of being in the article on the Dzi bead of 6 eyes.
Watch this video with the Om Mani Padme Hum mantra and you can start your practice by chanting or reciting this mantra aloud or to yourself.
In the Dzi bead of the dragon's eye, each syllable of the six syllable mantra Om Mane Padme Hum represents a peculiar pattern that represents the dragon's eye. It also gives this Dzi bead the power contained in such a mythical creature as a dragon.
On this Dzi dragon eye, only eyes are represented, so this bead does not possess all the power of this creature. However, this Dzi carries some qualities of a Dzi Dragon bead. Of the dragon qualities, this bead gives the ability to see and overcome obstacles, helps fight negative forces and contributes to the accumulation of wealth.
The Tibetan bead Dzi dragon eye is a great helper for those who want to follow the path that Buddha walked to get out of the trap of this material world and achieve enlightenment. It helps to get rid of everything that prevents the achievement of this state and helps to reach the intended goal.
Also, the Dzi eye bead of the dragon’s eye helps to cope with obstacles in life, helps to improve karma and the accumulation of wealth. Wear this Dzi and achieve prosperity both in the material world and in the spiritual!