Agarwood has a lofty position in Buddhism. Many people […]
Agarwood has a lofty position in Buddhism. Many people think that this is related to the rarity of Agarwood, but it is not. When Buddhism was born, Agarwood was not as difficult to find as it is now. It was not a rare treasure for hundreds or even thousands of years. The reason why Buddhism and Agarwood are respected is that it vividly elaborates on Buddhism theories and thoughts such as life and death, color and space. Therefore, there is another honorable name in Buddhist agarwood-"Zenxiang".
Chen Xiang died because of incense, but it became incense after death, and started another new chapter, just like the "life and death" in the eyes of the Buddha, but different states at different stages. Absolutely dead.
Agarwood is used in Buddhism for making incense and beads. Most of the incense are pan incense and incense. Buddha beads can also be divided into three types: holding beads, wearing beads, and hanging beads.
The sacred bead is a portable method used by Buddhists to recite numbers, and it is widely used among monks and customs. The original name is "The Rosary", which originated from the name of the three treasures of Buddhist monks, and is used to eliminate troubles and report obstacles.
Thousand-year heritage has allowed the rosary to evolve from a tool of meditation and meditation to a symbol of the great wisdom of all beings. When faced with troubles and hustle and bustle, people are not particularly unadorned, arrogant and impatient, and pray for peace and joy. Many friends choose to wear rosary beads not only for their religious reasons, but also for their fashionable styles. When you think of life, you read it.