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Fire Ball, 6" Small

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Fire Ball for Peace and Harmony

Place this auspicious Feng Shui cure in the SOUTHWEST to protect against:

Quarrel / Unstable Mood / Argument Star #3 -  use to suppress and minimize the impact of arguments, unstable moods, misunderstandings, and conflict which may lead to legal matters, court cases, and litigation.


The Fireball represents both Fire and Metal energies which are both excellent in mitigating the harmful influence of the Wood energy Argument Star.

Engraved into this metal Fireball is the Tibetan mantra, "Om Mani Padme Hum"
Literal Translation: Om-Jewel-Lotus-Indivisible

Om is considered by may to be the "Sound of the Universe".  
Om (also “AUM” in Sanskrit) is a mantra which is a syllable or series of syllables that are chanted to bring about focus and transformation.

Om is made up of the three sounds:
Ah” representing the breath of creation
Uh” representing the vibration of preservation
Mm” representing the completion of things

Together, they represent the rhythms of the universe and the natural cycle of creation, sustenance, and clearing away to make way for the new once again.
By this mantra, all disharmony is brought into balance.

AUM also sometimes represents right Body, Speech, and Mind, or thoughtfulness in everything we do, say, and think.

Om Mani Padme Hum - Mantra of Compassion:
This mantra is the embodiment in sound of the essence of Avalokiteshvara (Sanskrit) or Chenrezig (Tibetan) the Bodhisattva of Compassion, better known as Kuan Yin in the Chinese culture.  The Dalai Lama is believed to be an avatar of Chenrezig or the embodiment of Kuan Yin/Compassion in human form.

This essence of this mantra is: 
OM or AUM also representing right Body, Speech, and Mind
MANI is the jewel of compassion and selfless love for all beings
PADME is the lotus of purity and the pure wisdom in understanding that we are all interconnected
HUM is the indivisibility of acting with compassion in all things

Together, Om Mani Padme Hum is a mantra or prayer for the liberation from suffering of all beings, through acting in compassion, wisdom, and purity in body, speech, and mind.