Black Manjushri Pewter Tsa Tsa

Black Manjushri Pewter Tsa Tsa

SKU: 81001247

Black Manjushri Pewter Tsa Tsa

SKU: 81001247
  • Traditional Buddhist iconography
  • Designed by Kechara
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Regular price RM231.00
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An exquisite pewter tsa tsa of Black Manjushri, the wrathful healing form of Manjushri. He heals deep inner negative emotions and mental sufferings, such as anger, depression, fear and denial, that arise due to sickness or problems, particularly for those suffering from “incurable” diseases such as AIDS and cancer. He is also a powerful antidote against negative astrological influences.

  • Finely crafted from pewter.
  • Deity iconography according to Buddhist scriptural sources.
  • Ideal for cars and travel altar.

ENHANCED BLESSINGS (while stocks last)
This item has been consecrated in a Soongdrup & Rabney ritual conducted by very senior members of the monastic community at Kechara Forest Retreat.

* As each item is handfinished, minor variations in shape, colour and finishing may occur from piece to piece. These do not impact its spiritual function and benefits.

About Black Manjushri

Black Manjushri is the wrathful healing form of Manjushri who is particularly helpful for patients suffering from chronic or incurable diseases such as AIDS, cancer and arthritis. He helps us confront and deal with negative emotions such as anger, depression, fear and denial which arise when we are challenged by such diseases, or when we are faced with problems in our daily life.

He provides powerful protection against harm and disturbances caused by negative astrological influences such as conjunctions, transits and eclipses that could result in sicknesses, accidents, loss of property, social problems and discouraging life experiences.

He also prevents harm caused by black magic, halts negative entities which seek to hinder spiritual practice, success and longevity, and protects from unseen interferences such as nagas who cause plagues, leprosy, possessions and contagious viral epidemics.

He holds a flaming wisdom sword in his right hand, showing he can remove the causes of our pain. In his left hand, at his heart, he holds a Dharma text. He leans to the right in warrior pose and is black in colour. He is short, stocky and large size. His practice is very popular and arrived in Tibet from India through the efforts of the translator Bari Lotsawa Rinchen Drag (1040-1112).

  • Material: Pewter
  • Height: 50.8 mm (2-in)

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