Fully Gilded 9.5″ Namgyalma Statue
Our Namgyalma statue features a highly venerated Bodhisattva of longevity. Namgyalma is also known as Usnisavijaya and she is well respected in Tibet, Bhutan and Mongolia. Additionally, our Namgyalma statue is included as one of the 3 deities of long life alongside Amitayus and White Tara.
Devotees can induce her special powers by reciting Namgyalma’s powerful mantra “Om Bhrum Soha Om Amrita Ayur Da Dai Soha“. Provided the devotee has absolute faith in the longevity powers of Namgyalma, they can induce longevity and also karma purification. Indeed, these special powers can act as medicine for healing sickness and also improve the prospects for rebirth into a higher realm.
Special Powers of Namgyalma Statue
Devotees can help to purify their own karma and also the karma of other beings. For example, if you say her mantra into the ear of an animal, the animal will be spared from entering a sub human realm in their next reincarnation. Likewise, humans and even devas can avoid being reincarnated in a sub human or less desirable realm with the proper recitation of the Namgyalma mantra.
Each Namgyalma statue is depicted with 8 arms, many of which are holding objects. In her upper right hand she is presenting Amitabha Buddha who is sitting in meditation. Namgyalma is also associated with the Dharmakaya Buddha Vairocana.
The right hand of our Namgyalma statue that is draped over her right knee and is depicting the Varada mudra. This is also known as the “gift giving” mudra and she is willing to share the bounty of longevity and karma purification. Additionally, our Namgyalma statue is sitting in full lotus pose on a single lotus pedestal. She is also adorned with the crown and jewels of a Bodhisattva. The third eye of wisdom is located between the brows on her forehead.