Limited Edition Panglung Oracle Wealth Vase
Limited Edition Panglung Oracle Wealth Vase
Limited Edition Panglung Oracle Wealth Vase
Limited Edition Panglung Oracle Wealth Vase
Limited Edition Panglung Oracle Wealth Vase
Limited Edition Panglung Oracle Wealth Vase
Limited Edition Panglung Oracle Wealth Vase
Limited Edition Panglung Oracle Wealth Vase
Limited Edition Panglung Oracle Wealth Vase

Limited Edition Panglung Oracle Wealth Vase

SKU: 88000108

Limited Edition Panglung Oracle Wealth Vase

SKU: 88000108
  • Handmade by high lamas and monks
  • Contains the blessings of Wealth Buddhas
  • Energised in annual Yangdup Wealth puja
  • Ideal for homes and places of business
Regular price RM8,888.00
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Invite wealth and positivity into your life with this authentic, limited-edition Tibetan Buddhist wealth vase containing the blessed energies of Gyenze the Wish-Fulfiller. Handmade, energised and consecrated by His Eminence the 7th Panglung Oracle Thubten Phelgye Jigme Namgyal according to scriptural methodology, this wealth vase can help you:

  • Overcome financial challenges and obstacles
  • Gain material resources and economic well-being
  • Attract luck and positive conditions for success in all endeavours
  • Increase inner wealth and spiritual attainments
  • Bless your surroundings
  • Excellent for homes, offices and places of business.

The central image inside the wealth vase is Gyenze, surrounded by his entourage, the Nine Mothers, each carefully positioned according to their place in his mandala. Representations of the Eight Auspicious Signs, Seven Royal Emblems, Eight Auspicious Substances and Seven Auxiliary Possessions as well as a Dorje Shugden Heart Crystal are also placed in their corresponding locations.

Each wealth vase is filled with precious substances such as:

  • Hair of high lamas: From H.H. Kyabje Ling Rinpoche, H.H. Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche, H.E. Kensur Jampa Yeshe Rinpoche and H.E. Geshe Tsultim Gyeltsen
  • Robes of high lamas: From H.E. Panang Rinpoche, H.E. Kensur Jampa Yeshe Rinpoche, H.E. Trehor Chopon Rinpoche, H.E. Lati Rinpoche and H.E. Tsem Rinpoche
  • Blessed strings: From H.H. Panchen Lama, H.E. Domo Geshe Rinpoche and Dorje Shugden
  • Precious stones: Turquoise, amber, lapis lazuli, dzi, conch, jade, pearl, mother of pearl, blue topaz, malachite, peridot, agate, cubic zirconia, amethyst, opal, aquamarine, emerald, ruby, blue sapphire and diamond.
  • Traditional incense: Juniper, Dorje Shugden incense powder, rabney thurel, menche, sangdruk and bumzi.
  • Precious metals: Gold, silver and copper.
  • Representations of sustenance: Tsampa, rice, barley, wheat, peas, salt, sesame seeds, tea, dried fruit, milk, yogurt, honey, butter and molasses.
  • Representations of health and longevity: Medicinal herbs of Western, Chinese, and Tibetan origin.
  • Yang Dzay Rilbu
  • Sand mandala of Heruka Chakrasamvara, Yamantaka, Manjushri and Maitreya.
  • Holy rilbus of: H.H. Trijang Rinpoche, Manjushri, Medicine Buddha, Vajravarahi, Tara, Hayagriva, Saraswati, and Buddha Shakyamuni.
  • Soil and water from holy places around the world including Bodhgaya, Lumbini, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, Naropa's cave, Vajrayogini's holy chapels, Leshan, Lama Tsongkhapa's cave, Jokhang, Kumbum, Mount Kailash, Trijang Ladrang, Gangchen Ladrang and Sokpu Ladrang.
  • Soil and water from fertile lands and places of power and influence.
  • Cloth: 5-coloured silks and brocades.
  • Animal hairs: Sheep, goat, yak, cow and horse.

Only materials of the best quality, sourced from Tibet, Nepal and India, were used when creating these powerful wealth vases. Prayers were continuously recited while the wealth vase was filled. Upon completion, an extensive Yangdup ceremony was conducted from 17-19 July 2015, to invoke and seal the energies of the Wealth Buddhas within.

This wealth vase's exterior is decorated with richly-painted traditional auspicious symbols of increase including wish-fulfilling jewels, jewel spitting mongoose, victory banners and long life vases as an offering to Gyenze. A wheel of joy (gankyil) ornaments the top cover and the wealth vase is covered with five-coloured silks embroidered with a double dorje, and sealed with wax. The wealth vase can be further personalised with pearl decorations or other precious items as an offering to the Buddhas and to enhance its positive energies.

All proceeds from the invitation of this wealth vase will be directed towards writing and online Dharma projects conceptualised by H.E. Tsem Rinpoche.

Available in very limited quantities.

ENHANCED BLESSINGS (while stocks last)
This item has been recharged in a Yangdup Wealth Summoning puja conducted by very senior members of the monastic community at Kechara Forest Retreat.

*Please read important information on shipping wealth vases to your country before making a purchase.

About Wealth Vases

Originating in India, the tradition of wealth vases arrived in Tibet over 1,000 years ago. The ancient Saint Padmasambava gave specific instructions for creating wealth vases, which represent the Wealth Buddhas. Since then, Tibetans have kept wealth vases in their homes, on the altar and even buried in the ground. These days, wealth vases are also kept in offices and places of business.

Sometimes known as treasure vases or feng shui vases, wealth vases are highly effective to attract the energies of wealth and increase. They can help provide material gain and prosperity, while blessing and stabilising their surrounding environment. On a spiritual level, wealth vases also help in achieving inner wealth, which are spiritual attainments.

About Gyenze the Wishfulfiller

Gyenze is the special "increase" form of the enlightened protector Dorje Shugden. Also known as Ratna Shugden, he can bring outer wealth for success in personal, career or business goals, and inner wealth for spiritual growth, higher realisations and happiness across lifetimes. In particular, he is known to increase lifespan, material resources, merit, and all that is good.

  • Place on the altar or keep in a clean, high place.
  • Can be placed anywhere in homes, offices or places of business, except in bathrooms.
  • Do not place the wealth vase facing a door or window.
  • Keep upright, do not tilt.
  • Do not touch with bare hands. Use a khata or wear gloves when handling your wealth vase.
  • Do not expose to the sky. Keep it covered with brocade or a traditional cloth wrap.
  • Best kept in a casing for protection.


  • Material: Copper
  • Height: 120 mm (4.7-in)
  • Width: 110 mm (4.3-in)
  • Weight: 0.58 kg (1.3 lb)


  • Material: Copper
  • Height: 140 mm (5.5-in)
  • Width: 110 mm (4.3-in)
  • Weight: 0.75 kg (1.7 lb)

We take utmost effort to ensure proper documentation and packing of all products prior to shipment. However, due to Customs regulations in certain countries, wealth vases may be subject to inspection, opening or confiscation during Customs clearance. Should this occur, VajraSecrets are not liable for any damage that may occur and no refund/replacement will be issued. We recommend that you check with your local Customs department before shipping wealth vases to your country.

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