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In the Lamrim teachings it says that just seeing an image of a Buddha places a potentiality on the mind that is a definite cause of enlightenment, and which nothing can destroy.

Tharpa's authentic and extensive collection of prints comes in a range of over 100 designs, depicting various Buddhas, Buddhist Deities, Buddhist Masters, symbols and quotes. Prints are available in various sizes and formats including mini cards, postcards, art prints, large format prints and canvases. These blessed images can be used meaningfully as a reminder of a particular Buddha you can carry with you, a meaningful focal point for your place of contemplation, or a centrepiece for your meditation room. Click on each image to see the formats available or use the menu on the left to browse by category.
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  1. The Eight Auspicious Buddhist Symbols - Set of 8 Large Cards (10" x 10")
    The complete set of the eight auspicious symbols that together symbolize the spiritual path that leads to freedom from suffering and the permanent inner peace of enlightenment. The reverse of the card carrying an explanation of the meaning of the symbol and its relevance to our spiritual progress. Each card is 254x254mm (10x10 inches) so the full set makes an impressive display in an entrance way or meditation room. Frames not included. Learn More
  2. Vajrasattva 1
    A traditional print of the Buddha of Purification, the manifestation of the minds of all the Buddhas, appearing in the aspect of a white-coloured Deity specifically to purify the negativities of living beings. The practice of meditation and recitation of Buddha Vajrasattva is a powerful method for purifying our impure mind and actions. He is the same nature as Buddha Vajradhara, differing only in aspect. Learn More
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