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A couple on Miami’s Fisher Island designed a $39,000 yoga room that matches the color of a favorite purse.

A Yoga Room Inspired by Buddha and a Birkin Bag

A couple on Miami’s Fisher Island designed a $39,000 yoga room that matches the color of a favorite purse.

Nepalese Bodhisattva 13th C.

Seated Avalokiteshvara (bodhisattva), Nepalese sculpture in gilt copper with semiprecious stone inlays, century.

"Condemn none. If you can stretch out a helping hand, do so. If you cannot, fold your hands, bless your brothers, and let them go their own way." ~ Swami Vivekananda ..*

Cast Stone Buddha Tealight Holder

Stone Buddha candle holder for peaceful surroundings. Buddha statues and gifts at Buddha Groove.

Statue of Amitābha. Amitābha is translatable as "Infinite Light", hence Amitābha is often called "The Buddha of Infinite Light."Amitābha created the Pure Land called Sukhāvatī (Sanskrit: "possessing happiness") situated in the uttermost west, beyond the bounds of our own world. By the power of his vows, Amitābha has made it possible for all who call upon him to be reborn into this land, there to undergo instruction by him in the dharma and ultimately become bodhisattvas and buddhas.

amida buddha Statue of Amitabha (Amida) Buddha, Heian period Japan. Lacquered and gilded wood. Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, CA. Amida Buddha is the lord of the Western Paradise and the central focus of Pure Land Buddhism.

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Mudras In Hinduism And Buddhism

Buddha statue | Many Buddha statue on black and white tone | Anek Suwannaphoom | Flickr

This all-white image creates a soothing spot for reflection on any wall. Printed on fine-art paper, the photograph comes beautifully framed in white wood molding.

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"The ultimate lesson all of us have to learn is unconditional love, which includes not only others but ourselves as well. " ~ Elisabeth Kubler-Ross The Buddha with his hand in the teaching 'mudra' lis

“Here, bhikkhus, someone engages in misconduct by body, speech, and mind.  In consequence, with the breakup of the body, after death, he is reborn in the plane of misery, in a bad destination, in the lower world, in hell.  There the wardens of hell grab him by both arms and show him to King Yama, [saying]:  ‘This person, your majesty, did not behave properly towards his mother and father; he did not behave properly toward ascetics and brahmins; and he did not honor the elders of the family…

He who does not understand your silence will probably not understand your words…

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