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The Tibetan Prayer Wheel Radio Pin comes in Beautiful Blue, pictured above, unless you specify one of colors below in the comments to your order.

Tibetan Prayer Wheel Radio Pin

Price: $39.95

The OM MANI PADME HUM mantra is the most widely used of all Buddhist mantras, and open to anyone who feels inspired to practice it -- it does not require initiation by a Master.

Repetition of this mantra is the key to its use. Your CRYSTAL RADIO MANI DISK receives this prayer continually 24/7/365 to make it the most powerful OM MANI PADME HUM prayer device known to Man.

Tibetan Buddhists believe that Om Mani Padme Hum, chanted aloud or silently invokes the powerful benevolent attention and blessings of Chenrezig, the Buddha of Infinite Compassion and that Chenrezig is the Healing Buddha. All the teachings of the Buddha are contained in this short and seemingly simple mantra, but Om Mani Padme Hum cannot really be translated into a single phrase or sentence.

The mantra originated in India; as it moved from India into Tibet, the pronunciation changed because some of the sounds in the Indian Sanskrit language were hard for Tibetans to pronounce. Pronunciation is not important -- the sense of the prayer is the key to its Truth.

The Tibetan Prayer Wheel Radio Pin is original fine art by E.J. Gold with crystal radio affixed tuned to the continuous broadcast of Om Mani Padme Hum. Each Tibetan Prayer Wheel Radio Pin is individually created -- no two are alike. Comes in handsome gold gift box with certificate.

An old story tells us of a devoted hermit who lived alone on an island at the middle of a lake. A famous Buddhist monk rowed a small boat across the lake to the island.

They shared tea and the famous Buddhist meditator asked the hermit about his spiritual practice. The old man said he had no spiritual practice, except OM MANI PADME HUM, but when the hermit chanted the mantra aloud, the meditator was horrified!

"What's the matter?" asked the hermit.

"I ... I ... I don't know what to say," the famous Buddhist monk stuttered .... I'm afraid you've wasted your whole life! You are pronouncing the mantra incorrectly!"

"Oh, Dear! How awful! How then should I properly pronounce it?"

The famous Buddhist monk carefully corrected the hermit's pronunciation, which took the better part of the day.

"It's so fortunate that I came along," the famous Buddhist monk told the hermit. "At least you will have a little time left in your life to practice the mantra correctly and to gain at least some merit before you pass."

He got back in his boat and rowed toward the surrounding shore from which he had come. Halfway there, the hermit stood respectfully, floating just above the water.

"I beg your pardon, Holy Master. Silly me ... I've forgotten the correct pronunciation. Would you please teach it to me again?"