Dharma Wheel Cutting Karma
Since the time of the great master Nagarjuna, Dharma wheels have been set in motion for the benefit of beings everywhere. The use of Dharma wheels became widespread in Tibet, where the Tibetan people made turning hand-held Dharma wheels an integral part of their religious practice. Through the centuries, Tibetans have also constructed much larger wheels at temples, monasteries, and other auspicious places, powering them with wind or water or rotating them manually.
This book describes the Dharma Wheel Cutting Karma, created using modern technology to achieve great clarity and accuracy. This wheel contains forty-two Sutras, prayers, mantras, and dharanis, representing over twelve thousand pages of Tibetan text. 'Instructions Concerning the Mani Wheel' translates a traditional guide to Dharma wheels that explains practices associated with Dharma wheels and the benefits that arise from turning them. This publication includes the full Tibetan text.
Texts included in the DHARMA WHEEL CUTTING KARMA
Intstructions Concerning the Mani Wheel: Its Rotation, Practice, Construction and Benefits (A translation of the Yigi-drug-gi-khor-lo'I-lungs-dang-bskor-tshul-gyi-gnad-dmigs-pa-bya-tshul-phan-yon-dang-bcas-pa)