This particular Wang Tang amulet is filled with the 5 warrior syllables mantra A Om Hung Ram Dza Se Sales Sangyi So Ha.
“The warrior syllables are pure and indestructible. They are able to penetrate through fear and cannot be destroyed by it. They cut through ignorance and open space; they are the doorway to connecting back to the original essence and to the wisdom qualities that arise from the essence.The five warrior syllables are the seed syllables of the five wisdoms.
According to Tibetan Bön Buddhism, the profound empathy of compassion is not enough to bring us to enlightenment; there must also be wisdom. Only wisdom can ultimately destroy the deluded ego that is the source of all our demons.”
―Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche
Sungkhor (protection amulet) in general is said to have the capacity to protect and expel obscurations, obstacles, hostile actions and objects, as well as other negative forces that have caused them. If one wears it correctly, next to one’s body, with respect, never putting it on the floor or spoiling it, the protection mandala is regarded as a weapon.
Inside is a piece of paper upon which the particular mandala and mantras are written in Tibetan. The sheet is then folded and wrapped with colored string.These may be worn as a pendant, hung in one’s car or home, or placed on one’s shrine.
All amulets have been blessed.