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Prime Feng Shui Silk Embroidery Tibetan Vajrasattva Thangka Wall Hanging for Home Décor Thangka Meditation
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About this item
- 1. A thangka is a Tibetan Buddhist scroll painting, often with Buddhas or mandalas. THANG KA is a Tibetan word which means so much as 'recorded message'.
- 2. In Tibet, the painting of thangkas was an important and highly developed means of expression through which the entire Buddhist philosophy could be explained.
- 3. Vajrasattva is a bodhisattva in the Mahayana, Mantrayana/Vajrayana Buddhist traditions.
- 4. In Tibetan Buddhism, Vajrasattva's role as the "great purifyer" is top-of-mind - a necessary first step in Buddhist practice, working on the negative karmas and obstacles that obscure our Buddha Nature.
- 5. thangkas Size: 90*60cm/ 35.4*23.6 inch ; Material: Brocade
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The role of Thangka
1. Thangkas want to communicate a message to the buddhist practitioner or anyone else looking at them.
Each detail on it has a deep meaning and refers to parts of the Buddhist philosophy. A Buddha painting also helps your Tibetan Buddhist meditations as it shows you how to visualize the deity.
2. On a deeper level thangka paintings can be seen as a visual expression of the highest state of consciousness, which is the ultimate goal of the Buddhist spiritual path.
3. Ceremonial use
Some Tibetan monasteries possess huge scrolls -usually appliqué thangkas- that are unrolled on certain holidays (such as for Losar, Tibetan New Year) for public viewing and ceremony.
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