The Female Buddha
Material: Artist's Cast Gypsum stone
Hand finished in faux bronze
The Female Buddha, Her grace embodies the feminine aspect of the
supreme Buddha and offers a sublime metaphor for your own meditation. This image
of Prajnaparamita may also be an idealized portrait of a 13th century Javanese
Notice how the material wealth of her jewelry and clothing heightens the
contrast with her profoundly spiritual posture. She is Goddess of Transcendental
Wisdom, similar in importance to Saviouress and Mother Goddess Tara. Allow her
exquisite visual and inner message to enter your domain.
[14th c. East Java, Museum National, Jakarta]
Cold Cast Bronze Resin
9 inches high or 22.86 cm
8 inches long / 20.32 cm
Samantabhadra (meaning universally extending great virtue) is a bodhisattva in
Mahayana Buddhism associated with Buddhist practice and meditation. Together
with Shakyamuni Buddha and fellow bodhisattva Manjusri, he forms the Shakyamuni
trinity in Buddhism.
The bodhisattva usually i\rides on a six-tusked elephant. The six tusks
represent the Six Perfections (paramitas) charity, morality, patience,
diligence, contemplation, and wisdom - or six ways in which th bodhisattvas
pursure their spritual cultivation so that they may attain enlightenment and
save other living creatures.
Those who frequently worship Bodhisattva Samantabhadra would gradually receive
this blessing and would become energetic and persistent in their practice of the
Full Metal Honey Colored Brass Miniature
Exquisitely Detailed Honey Colored Brass
Medicine Buddha Statue Figurine Miniature
Brass - 100% Metal
2.5 inches high
1.5 inch base
Medicine Buddha watches over health and well being. Perfect for travel.
Beautifully crafted and high quality brass statuette, shined to perfection
Honey Colored Brass
4 inches high
The Hotei Buddha happily watches over all who
Beautifully crafted and high quality brass statuette, shined to perfection.
in Two Hands Statue
Cold Cast Bronze
5.75 inches high x 6 inches high
The Heart Sutra is engraved on the front of these protective hands, and
"Buddha" is engraved on the back.
Buddha is removable and has a magnetic base.
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Brass Mini Statuette
Weight: 2.2 oz.
Size: 2.3" (6 cm)
Material: Brass / 100% Metal
Country of origin: Thailand
This statue is of the four-armed Chenrezig (Chenrezi). It is the main form of
the Buddhist bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, the compassionate one who extends help
and benefit to all sentient beings.
Chenrezig's two primary hands hold the jewel which fulfills all wishes, the
wish-fulfilling jewel. His other hands hold the crystal rosary, signifying the
tirelessness of compassion, and a lotus which signifies the purity of
6.5 inches high x 4.5 inches
wide x 3 inches deep
Beautifully colored cold cast faux bronze statue with subtle purple hues in the
base lotus and other colors throughout. Lovely piece of serene artwork.
Cold Cast Bronze
6.5 inches high x 4.5 inches wide x 3 inches deep
The serenity of the Buddha in meditation makes this beautifully detailed and
subtly colored statue an elegant piece of artwork for your altar or workplace or
anywhere more calm is required. Pleasing to the eye with a lovely design. This
Amitabha Buddha sits on a fully opened lotus flower in meditation.
more about Amitabha Buddha-
Ivory look resin statuette miniature
Size: 2 inches high (5cm) / 1.2 ounce
Ivory look miniature
Made and hand finished in the USA.
Amitayus is a very popular meditational deity in Vajrayana Buddhism. He belongs
to the important set known as the Three Long-life Deities: Amitayus, White Tara
and Ushnishavijaya. There are also mandala practices such as the Nine Deity
Mandala of Amitayus along with forms of the deity where he is embracing a
consort. As a meditational practice in the lower Tantras Amitayus primarily
serves as a Long-life deity.
Ivory Look Miniatures here-
Ivory look resin statue
Now in Two Sizes
Large: 3.25 inches high x 2.5 x 2.75
8.25cm x 6.35cm x 6.98cm
Small: 1.5 inches high x 1.5 x 1.5
3.8cm x 3.8cm x 3.8cm
In Zen Buddhism, zazen means "seated meditation"
Zazen is a meditative discipline practitioners perform to calm the body and the
mind, and to focus concentration enough to experience insight into the nature of
existence and thereby gain enlightenment.
Here we offer a statue in the Zen Buddhist tradition of Japan. This
Buddha is less ornate than many in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. He rests
serenely in meditation, hands in his lap in meditation or samadhi pose, right
hand placed on left hand, all fingers extended and palms turned upward.
Made and hand finished in the USA.
images and information on these statue here-
Ivory Look Miniatures here-
in Cold Cast Bronze Resin
3 inches high
Sakyamuni Buddha in a meditative pose with a slight smile.
Here, he is made of cast resin with a bronze finish.
BUDDHA:Gautama Buddha was born in 563 b.c. in
northeast India. The Buddha was the son of the King of the Sakyas. Suddhodana,
who ruled at Kapilavastu, on the border of Nepal. His mother was Queen Maya. He
was named Siddhartha.
He lived amidst the pleasures of palace life and at age 16 he was married to
Princess Yasodhara. They had a son named Rahula. After seeing a decrepid old
man, an invalid, and an ascetic beggar, he learned of suffering and decided to
Soon afterwards, at age 29, Siddhartha left the palace and his family and went
to a hermitage where he became the monk Gautama, or, as he is still called,
Sakyamuni (The ascetic of the Sakyas).
One day, meditating under a sacred figtree, he attained perfect illumination (Bodhi).
He had become a Buddha. From there on he traveled and preached for 44 years what
was to become one of the main religions of the world. He died at Kusinagara at
Buddha 'The Buddha of Infinite Light' is a
Buddha who resides in the Pure Land of the Western Heaven where all beings enjoy
unbounded happiness. Amitabha Buddha is the most popular Buddha in Japan (known
there as Amida) and China (known there as Amitofu).
It's said that those who recite his name, particularly at the time of dying,
will be reborn in the Pure Land. According to Mahayana Buddhist Sutras he was a
king in a remote period of time. Renouncing his kingdom, he became a monk and
was named Dharmakara (Treasury of Dharma).
After observing the misery of all sentient beings, and moved by compassion, he
made 48 vows in which he promised not to attain enlightment until he established
this Pure Land where all could be liberated from their sufferings. He practised
for many eons until he accomplished all his vows.
Amitabha is a Sanscrit word, literally meaning boundless light and boundless
life. He is one of the five Dhyani Buddhas of Mahayana Buddhism. Together with
his two chief companions, Avalokiteshwara and Mahasthampraptta, they are known
as the Western Trinity. Here the mini Buddha is represented in meditation
posture with the hands together in Samadhi mudra. He usually faces the west.
The Happy Buddha and What He Holds -
Symbolism of Objects
Although you will find Happy Buddhas on nearly
any Feng Shui related site, what you won"t find is a standard meaning for
each of the Buddhas. Some sites refer to them generically as being for
prosperity and abundance; other sites attribute them to specific uses, but the
meanings are inconsistent from site to site. We have found the following to be
the most popular interpretation with the alternate interpretation in parentheses
given with the description of the Buddha.
Safe Travels (Adventurous): Stick w/bag over shoulder, holding wealth ball
Abundance (Prosperity): Hands raised above head, holding Ru-Yi pot (bowl of
Spiritual Journey (Longevity): Gourd of enlightenment hanging from stick, fan in
one hand, necklace of beads
Long Life (Happiness): Seated on bag of blessings, one hand raised holding
wealth ball, Ru-Yi pot in other hand
Love (Enlightened): Seated w/feet together, holding wealth ball, bag over
Happy Home (Tranquility): Seated w/parasol behind back
Perhaps the best way to determine what each Buddha signifies for you is to
understand the meaning of each of his symbols. It will also help you to identify
Happy Buddhas that are similar to but not exactly like those shown (and
described) in this article.
The Ru-Yi is known as the bowl of plenty (it is also the shape of Chinese
ingots) and signifies plenty, abundance, and wealth.
The bag is said to be filled with blessings (including children) that the Happy
Buddha distributes freely.
The parasol deflects misfortune, thereby offering protection.
The Buddha waves the fan to banish troubles and misfortune.
The Wu-Lou (gourd) is a symbol of longevity and good health.
The wealth ball is sometimes seen as a pearl. In China, the pearl represents
immortality, potentiality, and wisdom. Treasure dragons were believed to live in
caves deep in the earth and to possess a magical pearl that multiplied if it was
touched. This pearl was a symbol of the most valuable treasure, wisdom.
The necklace of beads is the mala, the Buddhist string of prayer beads.