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Buddha statue: meanings and tips for installing

Buddhaknown as the being of enlightenment is recognized by its self control. Despite the fact that his existence sparked debate among theologians and historians, his teaching has conquered many countries. His wisdom encouraged many people to follow his ideology and honor his values. His words and his words, expressed through the scriptures endure thanks to their very deep meaning.

This wisdom is the foundation of religion Buddhist. This is transmitted through its precepts. Several statues, designed in his image, represent the Buddha. These statues constitute a religious artefact which symbolizes the spirituality and expresses the wisdom of his maxim.

The 6 Laughing Buddhas

Every Laughing Buddha corresponds to a wish: Buddha of health, Buddha of fortune, Buddha of wisdom, Buddha of luck, Buddha of success and Buddha of love.

The Laughing Buddha or Maitreya Buddha is known by the Chinese name Milefo or Mile, or Miroku in Japanese. Also called future buddha, this is the one that will appear in the future. After Siddhartha Gautama-Shakyamuni, it will be the next Buddha who will attain enlightenment. During the Liang dynasty, Oici, a wandering Chan monk asserted that “The real Maitreya is present simultaneously in billions of forms, he shows himself constantly, but no one recognizes him”.

This monk is known for his build, benevolence and unpredictable behavior, which he uses to transport the Buddha’s belongings. This monk thus became the representation of the Buddha Maitreya (Milefo) the most famous in China. This statue with the laughing face, his smiling lips, the plump belly symbolize good humor and wealth. Moreover, this Buddha has a pejorative qualification “pushah” or bodhisattva in Sanskrit, which means a man overloaded with fat, with a less attractive physique.

Originating from the figure of the laughing monk, this buddha statue with the plump belly and its bag symbolizes abundance. Her smiling lips express rejection of meaning or happiness. If children surround the statue, it represents inexhaustibility and bliss.

The Laughing Buddha is also nicknamed “the friendly” or “the affectionate”. It’s a indoor buddha statue revered by the buddhist culture Chinese. Indeed, they place them inside the house. It could therefore represent a very attractive interior decoration, perfect for instilling wealth, abundance and luck.

The interior statues

THE Dharmachakra represents the continuity of the energy of the cosmic order. The hands of this statue are at heart level, the thumbs and index fingers draw circles. The left palm faces the heart, and the right faces outward. It conveys the teaching on the cosmic order through the center of the heart. To circulate energy, you can place it in your living room or office.

THE Dhyana or Samadhi mudra is a figurine with a hand gesture that infuses the energy of meditation. It also expresses higher energy and deep contemplation. This statue possesses the power to neutralize the energy of being male and female into one. To better convey its power, you can install it in your meditation room, in the center of your house, on the altar.

It is the statue that instills self-confidence, the real Self that is one with divine energy. This comes from a river of healing energy, infinite, light and reassuring. It is specifically translated as the Mudra of the Self-confidence unshakeable. Some people feel inner peace upon seeing it. This Buddha expresses confidence and power in his own heart. Ideal as an interior decoration, place it at the main entrance, in the center of the house or in the living room.

The exterior statues

If you decide to place your statue indoors, you still have to choose among the rooms and the suitable location. This is not the case if you want to put it outside. However, if your outdoor buddha statue is a fountain, you must respect the end of the flow. Indeed, its position should not face the door. Indeed, it serves as an obstacle to the chi contained in the feng shui.

The outdoor statues are known for their much larger size. Interior statues could be placed outside in case their dimension is much larger. This is the case of Dyhana and Buddha 6 laughing. The color of each status also conveys a message. The rose expresses tenderness, it is ideal for places favoring intimacy. The orange color expresses movement and red symbolizes passion. Perfect for private places, white instils a feeling of absence. Blue means wisdom.

This statue conveys the mudra of supreme enlightenment. It is formed with both hands placed at heart level. The indexes pointing upwards and the other eight interlocking fingers express a feeling of absolute unity within oneself. It follows the One Source. Touching this mudra for a few minutes will subtly change the energy in your body. You can place it at any high energy location.

This evokes sincerity, the energy of compassion, liberation and an offering for granted wishes. This statue provides luck by imparting a energy specific that can be found with an enlightened being. The ideal location for this outdoor statue is in the garden.

The giant Buddha statue

This giant buddha statue was discovered in the province of Guizhou in China. It was erected by two Chinese monks during the golden age of Chinese civilization. It is the largest buddha statue in the world. Indeed, it is more than 50 meters high and its head is 16 meters high. His bust covers the rest of the mountain.

This dimension is even much larger than that of Lesgan. This one is located in the province of Sichuan, carved into the cliff of Mount Lingyun. Carved out of rock, this statue turns out to be the greatest representation of Buddha in the world.

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