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Hand Finished Brass Buddha Statues - Available in 3 Mudras

Hand Finished Brass Buddha Statues - Available in 3 Mudras

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Brass Buddha  Statues

24cm x 17cm
6 pounds


Handmade in India

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Who is Medicine Buddha?

Medicine Buddha is popularly known as Bhaisayaguru in Sanskrit. He is best described in the Medicine Buddha sutra as the Buddha who took 12 great vows after the attainment of the Enlightenment. He is also regarded as the Buddha of the eastern pure land of Vaiduryanirbhasaor Pure Lapis Lazuli. Mostly, he is attended by two other bodhisattvas, Suryaprabha and Candraprabha, symbolizing the light of the sun and the light of the moon respectively.

"Medicine Buddha's 12 great vows"

Medicine Buddha took a twelve great vows after attaining enlightenment. These vows are mentioned in the Medicine Buddha which are as follows:

  • To illuminate countless realms with his radiance, enabling anyone to become a Buddha just like him.

  • To awaken the minds of sentient beings through his light of lapis lazuli.

  • To provide the sentient beings with whatever material needs they require.

  • To correct heretical views and inspire beings toward the path of the Bodhisattva.

  • To help beings follow the Moral Precepts, even if they failed before.

  • To heal beings born with deformities, illness or other physical sufferings.

  • To help relieve the destitute and the sick.

  • To help women who wish to be reborn as men achieve their desired rebirth.

  • To help heal mental afflictions and delusions.

  • To help the oppressed be free from suffering.

  • To relieve those who suffer from terrible hunger and thirst.

  • To help clothe those who are destitute and suffering from cold and mosquitoes.

Practice of Medicine Buddha Healing

In regard to the school of BuddhismMedicine Buddha is mostly venerated in Mahayana Buddhismand its form. In this Buddhism, he is regarded as the Buddha of healing and medicine. Therefore, the Buddhist monks and followers venerate the Buddha with the purpose to ease out one's illness and suffering. They also practice Medicine Buddha's healing method to increase healing powers for oneself and others.


Bhumisparasa: Earth Touching Mudra

Bhumisparsha, the earth touching mudra, is one of the most well known mudras. You will often see Shakyamuni, the historical Buddha, in a seated posture with this mudra. The right hand is poised with the fingertips downward and “touching the earth”, with the palm facing inward. The left hand is in the meditation (dhyana) mudra. When the Buddha became enlightened, he touched the earth with this mudra during his meditation. The earth was touched and witnessed the awakening.

Best placement: Since the Buddha touches the earth, this is a mudra that can ground and support you in any room of the home. The center of your home is also a recommended spot since it's connected to the earth element.



Vitarka Mudra

In the Vitarka Mudra, the tips of the thumb and index finger touch each other and form a circle. The right hand is held up to the viewer and the left hand is resting in the lap. The Mudra symbolises the teaching phase in the life of Buddha and the circle stands for a never-ending flow of energy.




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