04 1 / 2014

buddhabe:

Bodhisattva 

buddhabe:

Bodhisattva 

(Source: parabola-magazine)

31 5 / 2013

kelledia:

National Geographic - The Bones Of The Buddha (by hingsadoa)

31 5 / 2013

kelledia:

Gate, gate,Paragate,Parasamgate,Bodhi, svaha!
Gone, gone, gone beyond,
gone completely beyond;
Hail…Enlightenment!

kelledia:

Gate, gate,
Paragate,
Parasamgate,
Bodhi, svaha!

Gone, gone, gone beyond,

gone completely beyond;

Hail…Enlightenment!

31 5 / 2013

kelledia:

Dharmachakra; the Noble Eight-fold Path on Flickr.

kelledia:

Dharmachakra; the Noble Eight-fold Path on Flickr.

31 5 / 2013

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30 5 / 2013

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30 5 / 2013

lich-tung:

kelledia:

Samantabhadra on the sacred, six tusked elephant.
The word Samanta means, “universally extending.” Bhadra means “great virtue.” The word samantabhadra means as Universal Virtue and Universal Worthy. This bodhisattva usually rides on a six-tusked white elephant. The six tusks represent overcoming attachment to the six senses. They also represent the Six Perfection’s (paramitas)- charity, morality, patience, diligence, contemplation, and wisdom - or the six ways in which the bodhisattvas pursue their spiritual cultivation so that they may attain enlightenment and save other living creatures.
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lich-tung:

kelledia:

Samantabhadra on the sacred, six tusked elephant.

The word Samanta means, “universally extending.” Bhadra means “great virtue.” The word samantabhadra means as Universal Virtue and Universal Worthy. This bodhisattva usually rides on a six-tusked white elephant. The six tusks represent overcoming attachment to the six senses. They also represent the Six Perfection’s (paramitas)- charity, morality, patience, diligence, contemplation, and wisdom - or the six ways in which the bodhisattvas pursue their spiritual cultivation so that they may attain enlightenment and save other living creatures.

    - source.

12 12 / 2012

lich-tung:



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lich-tung:

(Source: sunnywinds)

12 12 / 2012

lich-tung:



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(Source: kelledia)

12 12 / 2012

thedogthatdied:

A Buddhist temple in China.

thedogthatdied:

A Buddhist temple in China.

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