Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Yellow Dzambala

Yellow Dzambala, also known as one the Buddha of Wealth is in town! Since everyone is greedy and wants money, I mean tons of Money! Dzambala is the best Buddha to Pray for Material Wealth as he will help us out of poverty but most importantly, his practice can also bring us Spiritual Wealth to help us becoming a better person.

His form is kinda Short and Fat, whi is belief that obesity is synonymus with wealth and luxury. He has an arrogant expression and sits in a royal posture which warns us that if we act in an arrogant way to attemp to gain wealth, we will gain poverty instead. This posture also indicates to is that Yellow Dzambala is free from samsara and he can afford to laid back and chilled out.His Right foot steps on a conch shell which ment that he attained greath wealth. A fruit on his Right hand that signify that if we follow "his" practice, it will bear fruit for our effort to gain spiritual attainments and to be enlighted. On his left hand holds a mongoose which is belief that it ia a good omen in India. Precious Wish-Granting jewels were spits from the mouth of the mongoose which symbolise that if we do the Dzambala practice, we will gain both spiritual and material wealth immediately.

Yellow Dzambala's Mantra: OM ZAMBALA ZALENDRAYE SOHA

Interested to know more? .... Go to Dzambala Mystical Treasures at 2nd Floor, S328F, New Wing, One Utama Shopping Center, Kuala Lumpur

Dzambala Wealth Vase

Dzambala Wealth Vases also known as Wealth Vases, In order to search for the best and most effective types the best ones are done by qualified people who are qualified such as those who have received the initiation on Dzambala's practice or those who have done Dzambals's retreat, the necessary fire puja and if possible on top of all that one must have completed Yamantaka’s holy practice.

The best vase is still those who have been directly imported from the holy monastery of Gaden Shartse in South India, which is approximately One night’s drive form Bangalore or Bombay. The holy monks from Pukhang Khangtsen of Gaden Shartse painted the wealth vases by hand and they also purchased all the necessary items to be inserted into the Wealth Vase, items such as different types of natural woods, metals, coins, very precious objects, many more items were inserted inside the Vaze which includes tsa tsa or pictures of Dzambala.

These items were inserted into the Vase by the holy monks and it took them weeks and weeks to finish the process, firstly they have to hand paint these items and then the holy monks have to consecrate the items, the holy monks have to placed the items inside and sealed it, and the last procedure is to invite the holy lamas and monks to do the necessary puja.

If you have enquiries or wanted to pucrchase one, please go to Dzambala Mystical Treasures in One Utama.

Making a Statue

Statue making is considered as an ancient skill in in Tibetan artistic traditions with the production of these high quality art objects. For the records of Tibetan Statues Making can be traced back to as far as the 1st century BCE. Since then, skilled Tibetan metalworkers have produced good quality statues and also a wide range of domestic ware and stylish jewellery that have been flourished for centuries all across Central Asia.

In Tibet itself, normally these masters worked with several artists to create the finest traditionally crafted Tibetan statues available today. Statues can be in many different size, from tsa tsa (those several inches high) all the way to a few building height, these images assembled using hand beaten copper plates.

A simple 14-foot statue would required more than a year of work. It takes more than ten years to train a good metal sculptor. The training will begin with drawing the statues, later working with metal and around 5 to 6 years of training, he will have mastered the skills as a metal sculpture, while assisting the guru and seniors in their work, he will begin learning the actual proportions and features of the different deities and will only be able to try and produce his own statues after another 5 to 6 years or tough training before he is allowed to work on larger statues.