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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.
Rod of Asclepius£ 90.00 – £ 400.00 BUY
The Rod of Asclepius is the most prominent symbol of healthcare, healing and medicine in the modern world. Its origins, however, can be traced back to Greek mythology and represents the medical prowess of the demi-God Asclepius, who was known for his healing powers.
The Rod of Asclepius includes two elements. The staff, which is a symbol of authority and a serpent coiled around it. According to Greek mythology, Asclepius got his medical knowledge through whispering snakes, who have the ability to shed their skin and emerge healthier than before. They, therefore, represent rebirth and rejuvenation.
Artist Ovidiu Kloska marries these two worlds to create his visually stunning interpretation of this symbol that was commissioned by Art-ma.