The Namgyalma mantra is extremely powerful and is the main mantra to purify and liberate beings from the lower realms, purify negative karma, and help those who are dying or have died by chanting it in their ear or placing it on their body.
Prayer flags can be hung either
horizontally on the eaves of a building or fastened vertically to posts.
They can also be hung indoors to increase spiritual atmosphere. Click here
to learn more about the history of Prayer Flags! It is very important
to take note of the dates you hang your prayer flags.. Click here for favorable dates to hang flags according to the Tibetan Calendar.
Each flag measures Approx. 1 2x 12 Inches.
Advice from Lama Zopa Rinpoche on the Namgyalma mantra:
"...if this mantra is placed on a mountain the entire mountain becomes blessed and any people, animals or insects who touch or climb the mountain are purified of negative karma and liberated from the lower realms. If you hang this mantra as a banner then even the shadow from the banner purifies the negative karma of anyone who comes in contact with it. Similarly, if this mantra is hung in your home, everyone in the house, not only people but all of the animals and insects will be purified of their negative karma and liberated from the lower realms. And it is excellent to have this mantra on your car, on the inside roof, on the passenger side visor, or on the outside of the car. This way, every time someone enters your car they are blessed by the power of this mantra. Also, any animal that touches the car, is killed in an accident, or is run over by the car, including extremely tiny insects that you can't see – they are completely purified.
By having this mantra on the car, or house window, then even the shadow will bless sentient beings. The dust, wind, water and rain that touches it with the Namgyälma mantra becomes blessed so that any person or animal or insect who comes in contact with the dust, wind, water or rain becomes purified."