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Aum at Dawn£ 90.00 – £ 850.00 BUY
The AUM symbol symbolises the Universe and the ultimate reality. It is the sound that reverberates in the entire cosmos and in every cell of our body. It is believed to be the sound present at the beginning of the Universe from which all creation spawned. At the dawn of creation, from emptiness first emerged a syllable consisting of three letters – A-U-M (often written as OM).
The symbol has spiritual meaning across all Indian religions such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Sikhism.
The three phonetic parts of AUM also represent the rule of three. The holy trinity has many faiths built around it, and similarly, Aum represents all of these trios. This powerful syllable represents all that is and this trio links to many other aspects of life. This syllable is also linked to creation (Brahma), sustaining (Vishnu) and destruction (Shiva); Consciousness, unconsciousness, and subconsciousness; Heaven, Earth and The Underworld; Start, Middle and End; Dawn, Afternoon and Dusk.
By placing this beautiful AUM artwork in your home you are reconnecting to the love, peace and divine oneness within your own heart and throughout the Universe.
Here, the AUM symbol is represented by the artist using a technique called fragmentation.
Artist: Patrizio Landolfi, Original Media: Oil on Acrylic (mixed media)
Medicine Buddha£ 135.00 – £ 900.00 BUY
In this painting you see, Italian artist Parama Libralesso depicts Medicine Buddha, also known as Bhaisayaguru, as a symbol of the healing process. It is that force that guide us in the awakening of the innate healing wisdom that is present in every individual. His meditative pose reminds us that we should look inwards to answer all the questions we ask.
On a white lotus, inlaid with the sheet of the moon, the Buddha of Medicine sits.
His healing body, a dark, transparent blue, is in a state of thorough transformation. In his right hand he holds the plant of Haritaki in the “welcoming gesture” (varadamudrā), and in the left the healing nectar for all, mind, body and soul diseases.
The butterflies symbolise the process, from voracious caterpillar to fluttering creatures able to elect the best nourishment, the pollen. His irises are gold, his gaze looking beyond any illusory veil and judgement, healing all ailment. He is surrounded by the sacred plants of shamanic traditions, as incarnations of healing aspects of nature.
The Medicine Buddha is here to heal all ailments regardless of their nature, this is the perfect time to bring Him into your home.
Shiva and the Ganges£ 175.00 – £ 1,200.00 BUY
Most depictions of Lord Shiva show the River Ganga flowing from his hair, this is the story behind this:
There once was a powerful King called Sagar, who was about to conduct a horse sacrifice, to show his power over all of the Gods. Indra, the King of Heaven became jealous of this and stole the horse. He hid the horse in the ashram of a Sage who was meditating. King Sagar and his 60,000 sons found the horse in the ashram and began assaulting the Sage, as they thought he was the culprit. The Sage woke up from his meditation and killed all of his sons. King Sagar pleaded for forgiveness. The sage told him that he could take their souls to heaven and save the life of his grandson if the River Ganga came down from the heavens to purify their souls.
The force of the River Ganga flowing down from the heavens would destroy everything on Earth. So they sought the help of Lord Shiva. As he would be the only one who could withstand the power of Ganga, to break up her descent. Thus, Ganga fell on Shiva’s head, and he calmly let her out in small streams.
This painting is a depiction of this story, one can see the River Ganga flowing from Shiva’s hair, down through the lingam, through Ganesha into Gangotri (the source of the River Ganga on earth) and then eventually into Benares/Varanasi – the City of Death and Rebirth. The artist has included so much hidden detail within this artwork, leaving you mesmerised in awe.
Artist: Giampaolo Tomassetti, Original Media: Oil on Canvas