Categories

Exfoliating Massage Soap Charcoal & Ylang Ylang View full size

Exfoliating Massage Soap Charcoal & Ylang Ylang

0.12

4,50 €

Ylang ylang provokes passion, whereas activated charcoal exfoliates the skin and cleanses it from impurities. 

One side with a lovely scent and gentle foam, and the other with a peeling effect!

The soap bar is engraved with the words: „Om Mani Padme Hum“, the Tibetan mantra, considered the sum total of the Buddha's teachings. Tibetan Buddhists believe that this mantra evokes a state of presence that is considered ideal for creating positive change in the world. Sing the mantra in the shower and evoke compassion in your heart. According to Buddha, the practice of compassion is the most powerful method for removing the cause of suffering.

Om Mani Padme Hum ("Behold! The jewel in the lotus!") symbolizes the dissolution of a mortal creature, who thinks of himself as a dewdrop on the lotus flower, before he slips into the sea.

The mantra evokes Buddha of Compassion. Tibetans pronounce it Om Mani Padme Hung. 

The mantra is considered the essence of Buddha's compassion for all sentient beings. The Tibetan Buddhist teachings explain that each of the six syllables of the mantra has a specific and potent effect in bringing about transformation at different levels of our being. The six syllables purify completely the six negative emotions: pride, jealousy, desire, ignorance, greed and anger. 

They are the manifestation of ignorance, and cause us to act negatively - with our body: taking one's life away, theft and sexual abuse; speech: lies, harsh words and defamation; and mind: greed, malice and misconceptions. These negative actions of our body, speech and mind, caused by one of the six negative emotions, create samsara (the indefinitely repeated cycles of birth, misery, and death caused by karma) and our suffering in it. 

In Buddhist worldview, the universe is divided into six realms of existence: heaven, hell, animals, hungry ghosts, asuras (jealous gods), and humans. When we recite Om Mani Padme Hum, the six negative emotions, which are the cause of the six realms of samsara, are purified. The six realms are visually presented as parts of a circle, which is called the “Wheel of Life”. The goal of Buddhist practice is not to get to the heaven realm (because even that is conditional and temporary), but to get off the wheel completely – that is, to stop the cycle and achieve peace. This is how reciting the six syllables prevents rebirth in each of the six realms, and also dispels the suffering inherent in each realms. At the same time reciting the mantra perfects the six kinds of transcendental action of the enlightened mind: generosity, harmonious conduct, endurance, enthusiasm, concentration, and insight. So pride, jeolousy, desire, ignorance, greed, and anger are transformed, through the mantra, into their true nature. 

It is also said that the mantra grants strong protection from all kinds of negative influences, and various forms of illness. Some mantras, like this one, when repeated several times will remove evil spirits and ghosts, heal the sick... A written mantra is no less effective than the oral one (on flags, amulets,...).

 

  • Vegetable glycerin, food color, ylang ylang essential oil, medicinal charcoal

4 other products in the same category:

Exfoliating Massage Soap Charcoal & Ylang Ylang <p>Ylang ylang provokes passion, whereas activated charcoal exfoliates the skin and cleanses it from impurities. </p> <p>One side with a lovely scent and gentle foam, and the other with a peeling effect!</p> <p><span style="line-height: 1.2em;">The soap bar is engraved with the words: „Om Mani Padme Hum“, the Tibetan mantra, considered the sum total of the Buddha's teachings. Tibetan Buddhists believe that this mantra evokes a state of presence that is considered ideal for creating positive change in the world. Sing the mantra in the shower and evoke compassion in your heart. According to Buddha, the practice of compassion is the most powerful method for removing the cause of suffering.</span></p> <p><span style="line-height: 1.2em;">Om Mani Padme Hum ("Behold! The jewel in the lotus!") symbolizes the dissolution of a mortal creature, who thinks of himself as a dewdrop on the lotus flower, before he slips into the sea.</span></p> <p>The mantra evokes Buddha of Compassion. Tibetans pronounce it Om Mani Padme Hung.<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>The mantra is considered the essence of Buddha's compassion for all sentient beings. The Tibetan Buddhist teachings explain that each of the six syllables of the mantra has a specific and potent effect in bringing about transformation at different levels of our being. The six syllables purify completely the six negative emotions: pride, jealousy, desire, ignorance, greed and anger. </p> <p>They are the manifestation of ignorance, and cause us to act negatively - with our body: taking one's life away, theft and sexual abuse; speech: lies, harsh words and defamation; and mind: greed, malice and misconceptions. These negative actions of our body, speech and mind, caused by one of the six negative emotions, create samsara (the indefinitely repeated cycles of birth, misery, and death caused by karma) and our suffering in it.<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>In Buddhist worldview, the universe is divided into six realms of existence: heaven, hell, animals, hungry ghosts, asuras (jealous gods), and humans. When we recite Om Mani Padme Hum, the six negative emotions, which are the cause of the six realms of samsara, are purified. The six realms are visually presented as parts of a circle, which is called the “Wheel of Life”. The goal of Buddhist practice is not to get to the heaven realm (because even that is conditional and temporary), but to get off the wheel completely – that is, to stop the cycle and achieve peace. This is how reciting the six syllables prevents rebirth in each of the six realms, and also dispels the suffering inherent in each realms. At the same time reciting the mantra perfects the six kinds of transcendental action of the enlightened mind: generosity, harmonious conduct, endurance, enthusiasm, concentration, and insight. So pride, jeolousy, desire, ignorance, greed, and anger are transformed, through the mantra, into their true nature.<span style="line-height: 1.2em;"> </span></p> <p>It is also said that the mantra grants strong protection from all kinds of negative influences, and various forms of illness. Some mantras, like this one, when repeated several times will remove evil spirits and ghosts, heal the sick... A written mantra is no less effective than the oral one (on flags, amulets,...).</p> <p> </p>
4,50 €

Browse the mobile site