Buddhist Wheel of Life :: One can practice dharma to liberate him/herself from ignorance, desire & hatred. On the upper right of this painting is the Buddha standing outside of the wheel pointing to the moon which means that he shows us the way to refuse from Samsara. Some Wheel of Life Paintings have shown the way that we can walk out to the kingdom of the Buddha, some don't.
“If a man cannot understand the beauty of life, it is probably because life never understood the beauty in him.” ~ Criss Jami <3 lis
Guru Rinpoche - Padmasambhava 蓮花生大士traditionalartofnepal.com
Amitayus/Amitabha Buddha in His Paradise, c.1700, a Tibetan painting on cloth; the buddha of eternal life is depicted in his paradise, Sukhaviati, the Western Pure Land, enthroned beneath a flowering tree 'festooned with jewels and auspicious symbols'. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art)