In Journey to the West, there are many magical treasures possessing the power of “destruction” that make the three worlds afraid. One of them is Dai Thien Am – the golden bowl of the Buddha Tathagata appeared in the tribulation of “Fake True My Hou Vuong” in part 2 of Journey to the West.
Luc Er Myuu turned into Sun Wukong, causing a lot of discord
In this part, a monkey appears to identify himself as Ton Ngo Khong to approach Tang Tang’s teachers and students, in order to take advantage of the opportunity to steal the scriptures.
Upon learning of the existence of the fake Qi Tian Dai, Wukong returned to argue between the real and the fake. The two monkeys had a “terrible earthquake” fight that was inconclusive. They had to ask the gods to help determine the truth, but they did not get the answer.
Only De Thinh knows the truth, but it dares not say it.
Buddha’s golden bowl helped capture Luc Er Meihou
After that, the two monkeys dragged each other to Linh Son to rely on Buddha. Of course, Lu Er Meihou could not escape the eyes of the Tathagata. It is clear that the head of the Nirvana realm used Dai Thien Am to subdue the Luc Er Myuu, leaving the monkey no chance to turn back. It was then beaten to death by Sun Wukong.
Through this one can also see the incomparable power of this magical treasure.
To add a little more, for those who seek refuge in the Buddha, the daily alms bowl is one of the most precious things. No matter what happens, Buddhist disciples are determined to protect this object.
The alms bowl doesn’t matter what material it is made of. The important thing is that it not only symbolizes the purity and purity of a monastic practitioner, the bowl also symbolizes immense compassion for all beings.
With such great significance, there is nothing wrong with Dai Thien Am being ranked as the strongest dharma treasure in Journey to the West.