Autumn Buddha – At Rest
Inspired by the story of Buddha finding enlightenment whilst meditating underneath a sacred bodhi tree without moving for seven weeks. This piece, the fourth and final in the collection of 4 representing the four seasons of Buddha, the Autumn themed artwork of Buddha shows the natural beauty of gold and purple leaves surrounding Buddha’s peaceful meditation. The falling leaves are a symbol of the temporariness of all things and signal a change in season.
£ 125.00 – £ 600.00
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The Earth element resembles practical and physically active energy, and is the most stable and persistent of all five elements. It represents groundedness, stability, potential and stillness. It reminds us to let the strength of the Earth ground us in our practice and as we move through life. Although the elements are significant across many cultures, in the Upanishad, an ancient scripture from Hinduism, it refers to the elements being used for spiritual growth.
“The Earth lives within us, not outside of us. The trees are our lungs, the rivers our bloodstream. We are all interconnected, and what you do to the Earth, ultimately you are doing to yourself.”
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The bird of creation
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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.
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The Medicine Buddha is here to heal all ailments regardless of their nature, this is the perfect time to bring Him into your home.