Guru Sumati Buddha Heruka 5 (with five Kadampa Temples)

Guru Sumati Buddha Heruka 5 (with five Kadampa Temples)

Greeting Cards - Gestures of Enlightenment (ALL)

A series of 12 greeting cards with original artwork conveying the beauty and power of the Buddhas’ gestures. Mark that special occasion with a card that is exquisite, original and auspicious. Send good wishes for long life, wisdom and good fortune with Amitayus’ or White Tara’s gesture, for example, or comfort someone who is suffering by sending Medicine Buddha’s card. See below for a full description of each card and click on the thumbnail images to see each design.
  • For any occasion - Each card is blank inside for your own message
  • Frame cards as art prints - 7” x 5” (17.8cm x 13.6cm) fits a standard photo frame so they can easily be framed after use
  • Save on the full set of 12 - Buy all 12 cards and save £10. Select the option below: 'Greeting Cards - Gestures of Enlightenment (SET OF 12)'.
Buy 4 cards and choose 1 more FREEBuy 4 cards and choose 1 more FREE - Select your favourite 5 cards and you will only be charged for 4
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ISBN/SKU:
GRP-ART-GE
Grouped product items
Thumbnail Product Name Qty
Greeting Cards - Gestures of Enlightenment (SET OF 12)

SKU: 5055278111182

  • Catalog Code: GCGESET

£20.00
Greeting Card - Amitayus - Meditative Equipoise

SKU: 5055278111106

  • Catalog Code: GCAMYV

£2.50
Greeting Card - Avalokiteshvara - Gesture of Respect

SKU: 5055278111021

  • Catalog Code: GCAVJ

£2.50
Out of stock
Greeting Card - Buddha Shakyamuni - Holding a Precious Bowl

SKU: 5055278111007

  • Catalog Code: GCBSB

£2.50
Greeting Card - Buddha Shakyamuni - Touching the Earth

SKU: 5055278111052

  • Catalog Code: GCBSE

£2.50
Greeting Card - Je Tsongkhapa - Turning the Wheel of Dharma

SKU: 5055278111045

  • Catalog Code: GCJTW

£2.50
Greeting Card - Medicine Buddha - Holding a Medicinal Plant

SKU: 5055278111076

  • Catalog Code: GCMBP

£2.50
Out of stock
Greeting Card - Green Tara - Supreme Giving

SKU: 5055278111014

  • Catalog Code: GCGTF

£2.50
Out of stock
Greeting Card - Vajradhara - Bliss and Wisdom

SKU: 5055278110994

  • Catalog Code: GCVAJVB

£2.50
Greeting Card - Vajrayogini - Cutting the Delusions

SKU: 5055278111069

  • Catalog Code: GCVYK

£2.50
Greeting Card - Vajrayogini - Blissful Nectar

SKU: 5055278111090

  • Catalog Code: GCVYSC

£2.50
Greeting Card - Vajrapani - Holding the Vajra

SKU: 5055278111083

  • Catalog Code: GCVPV

£2.50
Greeting Card - White Tara - Holding an Upala Flower

SKU: 5055278111038

  • Catalog Code: GCWTF

£2.50

A series of 12 greeting cards with original artwork conveying the beauty and power of the Buddhas’ gestures. Mark that special occasion with a card that is exquisite, original and auspicious. Send good wishes for long life, wisdom and good fortune with Amitayus’ or White Tara’s gesture, for example, or comfort someone who is suffering by sending Medicine Buddha’s card.

  • Buddha Amitayus - Meditative Equipoise
    With his hands in the gesture of meditative equipoise Buddha Amitayus holds a bowl brimming with the nectar of immortality, indicating that by relying upon him with faith we can increase our long life, merit and wisdom, and attain the deathless state of a Buddha.

  • Buddha Avalokiteshvara - Gesture of Respect
    With his hands in the gesture of respect at his heart, the Compassion Buddha Avalokiteshvara shows that even though he is enlightened he still relies on his Spiritual Guide, Buddha Amitabha. He holds a jewel that symbolizes his own enlightenment.
     
  • Buddha Shakyamuni - Holding a Precious Bowl
    With his left hand in the gesture of meditative equipoise, Buddha Shakyamuni holds a precious bowl made of lapis lazuli containing three nectars in dicating that through practising the nectar of his Dharma teachings we can also conquer the inner ‘demons’ of uncontrolled death, a contaminated body and mind, and delusions.
  • Buddha Shakyamuni - Touching the Earth
    With his right hand in the gesture of touching the earth, Buddha Shakyamuni indicates that through practising Dharma we too can overcome all outer negative forces.

  • Je Tsongkhapa - Turning the Wheel of Dharma
    With his two hands at his heart in the gesture of turning the Wheel of Dharma, Je Tsongkhapa indicates that by relying upon his teachings we can dispel the darkness of our ignorance.
  • Medicine Buddha - Holding a Medicinal Plant
    With his right hand in the gesture of supreme giving and holding the stem of a medicinal Arura plant, Medicine Buddha indicates that he helps living beings by freeing them from mental and physical sickness. Its three buds indicate that he frees living beings from the three inner poisons of hatred, attachment and ignorance, the source of all illness.
     
  • Buddha Green Tara - Supreme Giving
    With her right hand in the gesture of supreme giving, Buddha Tara – the manifestation of the ultimate wisdom of all the Buddhas – bestows the supreme attainment of enlightenment on all living beings.

  • Buddha Vajradhara - Bliss and Wisdom
    With his hands crossed at his heart and holding a vajra and bell, Buddha Vajradhara teaches that our heart practice is to accomplish the union of great bliss and wisdom.
  • Buddha Vajrayogini - Blissful Nectar
    By holding in her left hand a skullcup filled with nectar, Buddha Vajrayogini – the wisdom of all Buddhas – shows that by relying upon her with faith we can experience the clear light of bliss and attain enlightenment.
  • Buddha Vajrayogini - Cutting the Delusions
    By holding in her right hand a curved knife Buddha Vajrayogini – the wisdom of all Buddhas – shows her power to cut the continuum of the delusions and obstacles of her followers and of all living beings.
     
  • Buddha Vajrapani - Holding the Vajra
    By holding aloft in his right hand an upright vajra, Buddha Vajrapani – the Buddha of Spiritual Power – indicates that through sincerely relying upon him we can attain the realization of the actual vajra, the mind of spontaneous great bliss that realizes ultimate truth directly.
     
  • Buddha White Tara - Holding an Upala Flower
    By holding an upala fl ower in her left hand, White Tara – the Buddha of long life, wisdom and good fortune – indicates that by relying upon her we can accomplish complete purity of body and mind.
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