Kuan Lin - http://25.media.tumblr.com/e942b6d1394a6109e8c912e1f1dae828/tumblr_mf3smvnAzK1r4p4ago1_500.jpg

Kuan Lin - http://25.media.tumblr.com/e942b6d1394a6109e8c912e1f1dae828/tumblr_mf3smvnAzK1r4p4ago1_500.jpg

Li Chen Sculpture 1992 - 1997 Appreciation of Early Period: The Beauty of Emptiness

Li Chen Sculpture 1992 - 1997 Appreciation of Early Period: The Beauty of Emptiness

地藏王菩薩 * Tы никому не можешь быть судьей, пока к добру не обращен душой...Один язык у нас, а уха — два, чтоб слышать много, но беречь слова...Зависть для ума — что боль для глаза... От зависти ослепнуть может разум...

地藏王菩薩 * Tы никому не можешь быть судьей, пока к добру не обращен душой...Один язык у нас, а уха — два, чтоб слышать много, но беречь слова...Зависть для ума — что боль для глаза... От зависти ослепнуть может разум...

Large Antique Teak Wood Buddha Statue - Water-moon Quan Yin Riding on Dragon Chinese, Qing to Republic, early 20th century - h.40 in.(102cm) X w.14 in.(36cm) X d.8 in.(20cm)

Large Antique Teak Wood Buddha Statue - Water-moon Quan Yin Riding on Dragon Chinese, Qing to Republic, early 20th century - h.40 in.(102cm) X w.14 in.(36cm) X d.8 in.(20cm)

Water-Moon Avalokiteshvara, Goryeo dynasty (918–1392), first half of the 14th century Unidentified artist (first half of the 14th century) Korea Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk

Water-Moon Avalokiteshvara, Goryeo dynasty (918–1392), first half of the 14th century Unidentified artist (first half of the 14th century) Korea Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk

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2a548d0089e0c1c2312e270ca27377c5.jpg (367×600)

Amida Nyorai (Buddha Amitabha) Japan; Kamakura period (1185-1333), mid- to late 13th century This statue of Amida (Sanskrit Amitabha Buddha), the Buddha of the Western Paradise, performs the gesture of teaching (vitarka mudra) with both hands. In East Asia, these gestures signify Amida's welcoming descent from heaven (raigo) to greet the soul of a faithful devotee at death.

Amida Nyorai (Buddha Amitabha) Japan; Kamakura period (1185-1333), mid- to late 13th century This statue of Amida (Sanskrit Amitabha Buddha), the Buddha of the Western Paradise, performs the gesture of teaching (vitarka mudra) with both hands. In East Asia, these gestures signify Amida's welcoming descent from heaven (raigo) to greet the soul of a faithful devotee at death.

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