SHIVA SHAKTI STATUES
BUDDHA SHAKTI STATUE (Yab-Yum Union)
BAJRA SHAKTI STATUE
SHIVA SHAKTI WALL HANGINGS and FLAGS
DANCING SHAKTI GODDESS BANNER
Statue 8 inches tall - Hand painted
Ganges Clay and resin
The sacred marriage of lady and lord hand painted in colors that have spiritual
significance in the Hindu tradition. This is a medium sized depiction with hand
painted details making this a one of a kind artistic icon.
Shakti Statue 4 inch Blue-Black Ganges Clay and
Small and discreet for creating yin and yang sacred spaces.
A subtle representation with a very nice hand finish.
Shiva-Shakti Statue 8 inch Black with Bronze Highlights
Colored Ganges Clay
Enhanced and strengthened with resin powder. This is one of our most popular
models of Shiva and Shakti, handfinished with bronze colored highlights. See the
rest of the photos before deciding at this link:
Hindu Universal Godhead, dancing the
universe into creation & destruction; creating harmony in meditation. The
ring of fire depicts the cosmos coming into being. Oneof the supreme Hindu Trinity with Brahma
First Quality Rayon.
39 inches H x 32 inches W (99 x 81 cm).
Rod pocket at the top for hanging.
Vivid hand batik'd colors. Half Shiva half Shakti, this banner represents the
balance between male and female, yin and yang.
Great Rite Statue Enlightenment through sexuality
The Forest God and Moon Goddess join their magical energies as they embrace in
the most sacred Pagan Wiccan ritual.
Seated on a pentacle within a circle, they are surrounded by symbols of their
mastery over life, death, love, power and energy. Details
and more photos here
Shiva-Shakti:Hindu. The Sacred Marriage of Lady and Lord, depicts a condition of
enlightenment where male and female human principles, anima and animus, yin and
yang, are perfectly combined in a balanced way. In these images, the union of
vajradhara and Shakti expresses the sacredness of sexuality as a path to
Vajradhara (Hindu Shiva) represents the original, primordial Buddha, the one
absolute power which creates itself, with no beginning and no end.
Most of these sculptures show a position of
sexual union known as Yab-Yum (literally Father-Mother) in Tibetan. This
depiction represents a fundamental concept of Buddhism, the union of the male
representing compassion with the female representing wisdom, this marriage
leading to enlightenment. Shiva is seated in a meditation pose wearing a crown
on his head.
He holds a thunderbolt (Vajra) in his right hand representing the male aspect of
skillful means and method. In his left hand, he holds a bell (Ghanta)
representing the female aspect of supreme wisdom, the two together symbolizes
the union of the male and female aspects which leads to liberation and
Shakti holds a ritual curved knife (Kartika) in her right hand symbolizing the
severance of ignorance and all material and worldly things. In her left hand,
she holds a skull cup (Kapala), used in tantric rituals for tantric rituals for
offering sacrificial meat or blood to protective deities.