Someone once said that those who meditate must read the Heart Sutra, observe their own hearts, develop their own awakening wisdom, let their hearts return to the freedom of space, and move from the shore of confusion to the other shore of enlightenment. This is the supreme wisdom of the Heart Sutra! But obtaining Prajna wisdom is not an easy task and requires people to have sudden enlightenment. To get a pot of silk water, you start with having a good pot.
Today, Tongxinshe Teahouse brings to you this Hongji Treasure Heart Sutra silver pot. The "Prajnaparamita Heart Sutra" is referred to as the "Heart Sutra" and is the most widely circulated Buddhist sutra in China. It condenses the essence of the Buddha's 600 volumes of Prajna emptiness. And carving it on the silver pot makes the utensil more Zen-like.
Name: 9999 sterling silver pure handmade insulated Heart Sutra silver pot
Material: 9999 sterling silver
Specifications: Width 15 cm, height 16 cm, pot body diameter 13 cm, pot height 8 cm
Tea culture can be rugged in the countryside or refined and elegant in the city. Now it is combined with Zen culture and has become an organic component of religious life, prompting people to cultivate a tranquil and peaceful state of mind through tea. This Heart Sutra silver teapot brings into play the power of tea ceremony culture to illuminate the sky.
The Heart Sutra is a concise, profound, concise, and extremely important sutra. It is a Buddhist sutra that is recited daily by Mahayana Buddhist monks and lay Buddhists. This complements the characteristics of the silver pot itself. Silver is restrained and deep. It carries the traditional cultural charm and also shows its due social value.
The "Hongji Treasures" located in Heqing, Yunnan, began during the Guangxu period of the Qing Dynasty and has been passed down for five generations. It still insists on using traditional pot-making techniques. The silver pots produced by Hongji Treasures are rare in quality, use, and quality. A rare treasure, the pot is made of 9999 sterling silver and has been hammered thousands of times. In terms of difficulty, practicality, beauty, and value, it far exceeds the silver pots commonly made of foreign silver in Japan. , this pot was personally made by Mr. Hong Jike, the fourth generation descendant of "Hongji Treasures" and an old silver pot master.
Hongji Treasures used chisel craftsmanship to carve the full text of the Heart Sutra on the body of the silver pot. The font is like flowing clouds and flowing water, and the details of the carving fully show the craftsman's meticulousness. Let Zen tea be expressed vividly and three-dimensionally. The overall shape of this teapot is Zen-like and very eye-catching. The spout flows smoothly, making it a practical and collectible silver teapot.
Li Shizhen's "Compendium of Materia Medica" says that silver has the effects of "calming the five internal organs, calming the mind, treating panic, strengthening bones, calming the mind, and improving eyesight". For tea, the water soaked in a silver pot has a smooth, soft, sweet and delicate taste, which means it can "soften the water quality". Silver kettles have also been proven to have a bactericidal effect. The silver ions released when boiling water can absorb germs and block the enzyme system that germs rely on for survival. In ancient times, there was a saying that silverware can maintain health. Therefore, for our daily drinking water, drinking more water boiled in silver pots is beneficial to health.