Dzambhala Prosperity Statue, 8"H, aka, Jambhala, Zambala and Zambala.
All the myriad forms of Zambalas manifest themselves to save sentient beings from the suffering of poverty, and financial struggles so that they may practice compassion, generosity, patience, loving-kindness and giving to others. The Buddha taught many Dzambhala or Zambala practices to help avoid the suffering of poverty.
Zambala vowed before the Buddha to liberate all sentient beings, to protect the Dharma, making it easier for disciples to serve and give to others with love. Offering to the Zambala Deities is synonymous to offering to Avalokiteshvara (or Chenresign in Tibetan) .
Dzambhala is not the ordinary money deity some mistakenly imagine, rather wealth in order to bring financial resources to the religious and philanthropic causes for happiness of gods and men, obtains good fortune, transforming failure to success and gets uncountable benefits.
If one offers with a sincere heart, one will receive Zambala's blessings. One then accumulates causes for happiness of gods and men, obtains good fortune, transforming failure to success and gets uncountable benefits.
Zambala is the Possessor of Karmic Merits.
There are two forms of merits: Worldly & Transcendental. Material gains are the Worldly Merits; spiritual insights are the Transcendental Merits. To possess both forms of merits is considered COMPLETE. This is the only way to accomplish countless deeds. Zambala is also sometimes considered as a Deity of great miraculous power.
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