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12 zodiac signs, patron saints, Buddhist amulet pendants
12 zodiac signs, patron saints, Buddhist amulet pendants
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Product Introduction

Material: Titanium steel Buddha house. Crystal glass. Gold-plated Buddha statue

There are 14 models in this series. There are other Buddha statues to choose from.

Size: Approximately 6 X 4 cm (with ordinary thin chain)

Narration:

This product is very textured and has fine workmanship. In particular, it uses wear-resistant crystal glass as the face of the amulet. The titanium steel shell is more durable and scratch-resistant than traditional stainless steel.

It can be used as a general personal use or as a gift to relatives and friends. It can complement each other.

 

According to records in Buddhist esoteric classics, it is said that after Guanyin Bodhisattva went into retreat, she assigned the twelve zodiac guardians to protect all living beings. Due to their meritorious service, they were awarded the title of guardian saints of the twelve zodiac signs.

 

"Benming Buddha" is also called the Eight Guardian Gods. It is a Buddhist Tantra that uses the five elements of the heavenly stems and earthly branches, twelve causes and conditions, "earth, water, fire, wind, and space" to create eight Buddhas and Bodhisattvas to protect the twelve zodiac signs. Therefore, it is called the "Original Buddha", also known as the Eight Guardian Gods.

 

The eight guardians originate from Taoism's belief in the natal star king. Buddhism does not have the theory of natal Buddha. Only China in the world has the twelve zodiac signs, which correspond to the sixty-year period of Tai Sui in China. Each year corresponds to a god, so there is only one in Taoism. There is a saying that the natal Tai Sui is too old. After Buddhism entered China from India, in order to gain a foothold, it borrowed Taoist sayings to express the gratitude of the natal Buddha.

 

The patron saints corresponding to the twelve zodiac signs

 

1. The natal Buddha of people born in the rat zodiac: Thousand-Armed Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva

 

2. People whose zodiac signs are Ox and Tiger have their natal Buddha: Kongzang Bodhisattva.

 

3. People whose zodiac sign is "Rabbit" have their natal Buddha: Manjushri Bodhisattva

 

4. People whose zodiac signs are "Dragon and Snake" have their natal Buddha: Samantabhadra Bodhisattva

 

5. People whose zodiac sign is "Horse" have their natal Buddha: Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva

 

6. People born under the zodiac signs of Sheep and Monkey have the Buddha: Mahatma Sun Tathagata.

 

7. The natal Buddha of people whose zodiac sign is "rooster" is: Fudo Bodhisattva

 

8. People with the zodiac signs of Dog and Pig have their natal Buddha: Amitabha.

 

The patron saint of people born in the Year of the Rat: Thousand-Hand Guanyin

The Thousand-Hand Guanyin is a symbol of great compassion. When you wear it, she can silently bless you through various difficulties and eliminate various illnesses.

When your luck is high: it can make you more brilliant; when your luck is low: it can eliminate various obstacles and enable you to pass smoothly. Thousands of arms support various magical instruments.

 

2The patron saint born in the Year of the Ox and Tiger: Void Bodhisattva

 

Kongzang Bodhisattva is a symbol of honesty and wealth, and has the power to bestow benefits and benefits. It is the god of wealth in the Buddhist world. When you wear it, it can enable you to: avoid the disaster of losing money and losing money, and make your financial path unimpeded. , and can make money and gather wealth, get help from noble people from all over the world, stay away from villains, and people and wealth will be prosperous.

The Void Treasure Bodhisattva holds a lotus in his left hand, which symbolizes the blooming of wealth, happiness and contentment.

 

3. The patron saint of people born in the Year of the Rabbit: Manjushri Bodhisattva

 

Manjushri Bodhisattva is a symbol of great wisdom. It can develop wisdom and improve understanding. It can especially help children to achieve academic success. Officials wear it to increase fortune and wealth, and businessmen wear it to increase wealth and blessing. This patron saint can bless people born in the Year of the Rabbit. Increase your creativity and development capabilities, allowing you to defeat your opponents in competition and make your career flourish.

Manjusri Bodhisattva holds Ruyi in his left hand: it represents everything goes as he wishes. The mount is a unicorn, which is an auspicious animal and represents good luck. The combination of the two means good luck and good luck.

 

4. The patron saint of people born in the Year of the Dragon and Snake: Samantabhadra.

 

Samantabhadra Bodhisattva is a symbol of etiquette and great wishes. It silently protects people born in the years of Dragon and Snake, enabling you to realize your greatest wishes, get rid of all kinds of villains, increase the authority of leaders, and make your life fulfilled and happy. .

The Samantabhadra Bodhisattva holds a magical weapon in his right hand to slay demons and demons, and sits on an elephant, which represents auspiciousness

 

 

The patron saint of people born in the Year of the Horse: Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva

 

Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva can give you the light of wisdom, so that you can have smooth sailing on the road of life and have a successful career. The Buddha's light will shine forever, turning evil into bad luck, and bring you good luck and good luck. It will enable you to follow the path of Buddha's light, exert all your wisdom, and achieve your ideals. realm.

Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva holds a pure bottle in his hand, which symbolizes: a smooth and smooth life. Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva is considered the first in brightness and wisdom. Wherever he goes, the heaven and earth shake, protecting all living beings from evil spirits.

 

The patron saint of people born in the Year 6 of the Sheep and Monkey: Tathagata the Great Sun

The Great Sun Tathagata is a symbol of light and reason. The wearer can protect you, bring you light and reason, eliminate demons and avoid evil, enable you to connect with the aura of heaven and earth, take the essence of all things, move forward bravely, and be bright and happy.

The Tathagata Bodhisattva holds a Buddhist bead in his left hand, which represents perfection.

 

The patron saint of people born in the Year of the Rooster: Fudo Myoyo Bodhisattva

 

Fudo Mingwang Bodhisattva is a symbol of reason. It can protect you silently, enable you to recognize your mistakes on the road of life, seize every opportunity in life, make good use of your own wisdom, cope with various difficulties, and make your career successful. Success, family happiness and good luck.

The Bodhisattva Fudo Mingwang holds the evil stick in his right hand, which can ward off evil spirits and show a fierce look on his face, so that the evil spirits that invade all living beings will be afraid and stay away. He can sweep away any difficulties he encounters and will not be shaken by them. The Bodhisattva Fudo is the first of the eight guardian deities.

 

 

8Amitabha, the patron saint of people born in the Year of the Dog and Pig

 

Amitabha represents boundless light and boundless lifespan, and can silently protect people born in the Year of the Dog and Year of the Pig, protecting them from wisdom, getting rid of troubles, being tireless and tireless, and creating a Buddhist career in life with society and family.

Amitabha Bodhisattva holds a gold ingot in his left hand, which means to attract wealth. The all-things-fading symbol on the chest is a symbol of good luck in Buddhism.