Divine Durga Goddess statue on a lion. This powerful depiction of the Goddess Durga is a symbol of power, strength and protection. She is a radiant warrior who destroys evil.
The Sanskrit word Durga means a fort, or a place that is protected. Durga, also called Divine Mother, protects mankind from evil and misery by destroying evil forces such as selfishness, jealousy, prejudice, hatred, anger, and ego.
Made in India of Cold Cast Bronze, a process of mixing bronze powder with resin, which creates a lustrous metallic bronze finish.
10” tall x 8” wide
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Lord Ganesha, the epitome of prosperity and the initiator of all great things, is one of the most revered gods in Hinduism. Cast in bonded bronze, this statue is an embodiment of aesthetic and spiritual elements of the divine God. Standing atop the lotus bed and his dear carrier – Mooshak – at his feet, the figurine creates a spellbinding connection and makes it the most essential centrepiece of your home! Incredible detail in this statue! 8.5”Tall
Jade Meditation Buddha
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Amitabha or Meditation Buddha, 6.5”Tall, antique Jade Buddha from N. Thailand. Amazing quality Jade, hand carved by stone carvers long ago, added to the Lotus collection about 17 years ago. One of a kind, like many of our stone statues.
The Buddha of the compassion and love. He lived in the west and worked for the enlightenment of all beings. His most important enlightenment technique is the visualization of the surrounding world as a paradise. The world can be seen as a paradise by a corresponding positive thought (enlightenment thought) or by sending light to all beings. After the Amitabha doctrine, one can come to paradise (in the Pure Land of Amitabha), if they visualize at their death Amitabha in the heaven (sun) over their head (western horizon), think his name as a mantra and leave the body as a soul through the crown chakra. According to the school, each of the Buddhas presides over his own Pure Land, a kind of heaven where the faithful devotee can be reborn after death. Amitabhas Pure Land is known as the Western Paradise, or Sukhavati. In the Pure Land schools of Mahayana Buddhism, the practitioner gains admission to Sukhavati through devotion to Amitabha, especially through repetition of his mantra, a series of Sanskrit syllables that simultaneously invoke, praise and embody him. The simplicity of this practice holds great appeal for lay Buddhists and is especially popular in Japan, SE Asia and China which makes the Amitabha Buddha statues are particularly popular in these countries. These Buddha Statues are famous all over the world for their serene looks and their symbolic representation of the desire to gain more wisdom and peace towards the followers of Buddhism. 🙏🙏🙏
Rose Quartz Earth Buddha
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Rose Quartz Earth Buddha, 5”Tall. Incredible Himalayan translucent Rose Quartz connecting to the heart chakra for compassion and devotion to all living things. Siddhārtha Gautama or Buddha Shakyamuni, Earth Buddha sits in meditation with his left palm facing the sky on his lap, whilst his right hand is outstretched to touch the earth. A statue in this pose signifies Buddha’s spiritual awakening or enlightenment.
The Earth Buddha (or Bhumisparsha Buddha) is by far the most popular statue to have at home or at the office for what it means to not just devotees of Buddhism, but as a reminder of his teachings. Buddha is depicted in over one hundred poses (called Asanas), each with distinctive hand gestures (mudras) that conveys a different message.
Buddha’s Earth Witness story
The story goes that Siddhartha Gautama was sitting under a bodhi tree, meditating to seek the truths he sought, when demon Mara threatened him. Siddhartha Gautama did not move or react to Mara’s actions. Mara challenged Siddhartha’s quest for enlightenment, saying that his accomplishments were far greater than Siddhartha’s. Mara’s soldiers supported his claim, “I am his witness”. Mara tried to provoke Siddhartha “Who will speak for you?“.
Siddhartha remained calm, reached out his right hand to touch the earth, and the earth itself roared, “I bear you witness!“. Mara quickly disappeared, and a picture formed in his mind and Siddhartha finally saw the answer to the questions of suffering that he had been seeking for so many years. At that moment, he realised enlightenment. The sun rose, and the morning arrived, and Siddhartha Gautama became the Buddha.
The Earth Witness story is important as it teaches us that nothing exists independently. We live in a world where we interact with the other beings, nature, and the elements. This is different to other religions as other religions involve gods and angels from out worldly realms. Buddha achieved enlightenment himself, confirmed by the earth as a witness to his efforts.
The existence of all things on earth is interdependent. Buddha believes that we are not separate from the earth, nature and other beings - that it is ignorant for us to separate ourselves as we human beings depend on earth, air water and other forms of life to live. Our existence depends on these things, but these things also exist because of our interconnected existence. In a sense, when the earth confirmed the Buddha's enlightenment, the earth was confirming itself, and the Buddha was confirming himself.
Buddhism is a deep religion, comprising of hundreds of schools of thought, with many texts and Suttas. However, at the core of it, people find that many of the teachings of Buddha to be relevant and helpful to their lives, whether they agree on the fine details of Buddhism or its teachings.
A Buddha statue reminds us of spiritual practices. It reminds us of any practice of serenity within oneself, focusing on the positive and whilst overcoming negative emotions and thoughts. This goes far beyond religion, a Buddha statue also represents a school of thought, a practice of looking into oneself, that a lot of people resonate with in the world.
White Tara Statue
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White Tara Statue, 6” Tall, casted stone resin. White Tara is the goddess of endless compassion.
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Medicine Buddha, 5.5”Tall, casted stone resin.
The Medicine Buddha is for prosperity in health an to stop suffering. Health is wealth. The Medicine Buddha meditation is a healing practice treasured by many in the Mahayana Buddhist tradition. We can practice it for ourselves, or for someone we care about who is unwell or for our prosperity in health. 🙏
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Infinity Ganesh, 19.5” Tall, 10” Wide, carved teakwood with gold leaf, vintage, 30 years old. Represents endless prosperity and the ultimate remover of obstacles in your path! Carved from one piece of wood, interesting cave like overhang symbolizing the protection of wealth and health. N.Thailand. Can sit on table as a centerpiece or has hanging bracket to uplift any room to the next level of cosmic Ganesh energy.
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Amazing antique (75years) Ganesh in bronze with gold leaf. One of a kind piece. 12”H
People pray to Ganesha to bring them good luck, especially when starting something—such as a journey, a business, a marriage, or a new year—or when facing something difficult, like taking an exam or performing a dance. Ganesha is also known both as the Lord of the Harvest and the Lord of Learning and the Arts.
Dancing Ganesh Statue
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Ganesha in any posture is auspicious as it is the Lord who has the power of removing obstacles. ... Dancing Ganesha increases the positivity if placed in the South East direction. It is considered to be good for those people who are associated with creative work. 11” H Bronze, vintage 50 years old.
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Hand carved Labradorite Meditation Buddha or (Amitabha Buddha) 3.75”Height
Labradorite connects to the third eye chakra, promoting deep lucid meditation.
Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life, is also known as Amitabha, one of the five Cosmic Buddhas of Esoteric Buddhism. He is shown in his paradise, Sukhavati, the Western Pure Land, enthroned beneath a flowering tree festooned with strands of jewels and auspicious symbols. To either side the sky is filled with throngs of ecstatic demigods who bear offerings and scatter flowers. Seated below are the eight great bodhisattvas, and between them are two large, low tables covered with offerings. To either side are the vast assembled audiences who receive Amitayus’s message. At the bottom, set within a vast panoramic landscape, are courtyards, giant lotus flowers, and pools from which the purified are being reborn.
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People pray to Ganesha to bring them good luck, especially when starting something—such as a journey, a business, a marriage, or a new year—or when facing something difficult, like taking an exam or performing a dance. Ganesha is also known both as the Lord of the Harvest and the Lord of Learning and the Arts. Casted bronze, finely carved and painted. 17” Tall