Buddhas

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.

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  1. 35 Confession Buddhas 2
    Looking with faith at the images of these Buddhas and reciting their names has a positive and purifying effect on our mind. Our mind will be filled with inspiring blessings, thus making us more peaceful and relaxed. We will also awaken our potentiality to see actual Buddhas in the future, and create the causes within our own mind to develop the sublime enlightened qualities these beings possess. The Thirty-five Confession Buddhas are the main objects visualized in the practice known as The Bodhisattva’s Confession of Moral Downfalls, one of the most powerful methods for purifying our mind of all negativity. Learn More
  2. Amitabha 1
    Buddha of Infinite Light, the manifestation of the speech and the discrimination of all the Buddhas. Learn More
  3. Amitabha 2
    Buddha of Infinite Light, the manifestation of the speech and the discrimination of all the Buddhas. Learn More
  4. Amitayus 2
    The Buddha of Long Life, Wisdom and Merit Learn More
  5. Atisha 2
    Atisha, the founder of the Kadampa tradition who wrote the first text on Lamrim, the stages of the path to enlightenment. Learn More
  6. Avalokiteshvara (1000-armed) 1
    The Compassion Buddha, the embodiment of the universal compassion of all enlightened beings. Learn More
  7. Avalokiteshvara (1000-armed) 2
    The Compassion Buddha, the embodiment of the universal compassion of all enlightened beings. Learn More
  8. Avalokiteshvara (4-armed) 1
    The Compassion Buddha, the embodiment of the universal compassion of all enlightened beings. Learn More
  9. Avalokiteshvara (4-armed) 2
    The Compassion Buddha, the embodiment of the universal compassion of all enlightened beings. Learn More
  10. Buddha Shakyamuni 1
    The founder of Buddhism in this world age, and the principal object of refuge for all Buddhists. Learn More
  11. Buddha Shakyamuni and Prajnaparamita
    Buddha Shakyamuni, the principal object of refuge for all Buddhists, with Great Mother Prajnaparamita, the manifestation of the perfection of wisdom of all Buddhas at his heart. This is the main object visualized during the practice of The Great Mother, the method to overcome hindrances and obstacles by reciting the Essence of Wisdom Sutra (the Heart Sutra). Learn More
  12. Deities of Kadampa Buddhism
    Six Deities that are the focus of meditation in key Kadampa Buddhist practices: Buddha Shakyamuni, the founder of Buddhism in this world age; Guru Sumati Buddha Heruka, the synthesis of the Spiritual Guide, Je Tsongkhapa, Buddha Shakyamuni and Heruka; Heruka, the Highest Yoga Tantra manifestation of the Buddha of Compassion; Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Compassion; Arya Tara, the manifestation of the ultimate wisdom of all the Buddhas; and Dorje Shugden, the Wisdom Buddha appearing in the aspect of a Dharma Protector. Learn More
  13. Dorje Shugden 1
    An emanation of the Wisdom Buddha Manjushri appearing in the aspect of a Dharma Protector. Learn More
  14. Dorje Shugden 2
    An emanation of the Wisdom Buddha Manjushri appearing in the aspect of a Dharma Protector. Learn More
  15. Dorje Shugden 3
    An emanation of the Wisdom Buddha Manjushri appearing in the aspect of a Dharma Protector. Learn More
  16. Dorje Shugden 4
    An emanation of the Wisdom Buddha Manjushri appearing in the aspect of a Dharma Protector. Learn More
  17. Green Tara 1
    The female Buddha of active compassion who is the manifestation of the ultimate wisdom of all the Buddhas. Learn More
  18. Green Tara 3
    The female Buddha of active compassion who is the manifestation of the ultimate wisdom of all the Buddhas. Learn More
  19. Green Tara 4 (and the 21 Taras)
    Arya Tara – the Great Liberator from all suffering, sickness and misfortune – surrounded by her twenty-one manifestations who perform various actions to benefit all living beings. Tara promised Atisha, the founder of Kadampa Tradition, that those who practise Kadam Lamrim – the stages of the path to enlightenment – will receive her special care, protection and blessings throughout their life, and in life after life. Learn More
  20. Green Tara Statue - A4 SMALL POSTER
    The female Buddha of active compassion who is the manifestation of the ultimate wisdom of all the Buddhas. Learn More
  21. Guru Sumati Buddha Heruka 1
    Je Tsongkhapa inseparable from our root Spiritual Guide, Buddha Shakyamuni and Buddha Heruka. Learn More
  22. Guru Sumati Buddha Heruka 3 (with temples)
    Je Tsongkhapa inseparable from our root Spiritual Guide, Buddha Shakyamuni and Buddha Heruka. The name implies that our root Guru, Je Tsongkhapa (or Sumati Kirti, Sanskrit for Je Tsongkhapa’s ordained name), Buddha Shakyamuni and Heruka are one person but has different aspects. This painting includes the Dharma Protector Dorje Shugden below, with depictions of Kadampa Buddhist Temples in England, USA and Brazil. Learn More
  23. Guru Sumati Buddha Heruka 4 (on throne)
    Je Tsongkhapa inseparable from our root Spiritual Guide, Buddha Shakyamuni and Buddha Heruka. Learn More
  24. Hero Vajradharma - A6 SMALL CARD
    The outer aspect of the Spiritual Guide visualized in Vajrayogini practice. Learn More
  25. Hero Vajradharma 2
    The outer aspect of the Guru visualized in the practice of Vajrayogini Tantra. Learn More
  26. Heruka (12-armed) 1
    An enlightened Deity of Highest Yoga Tantra who is the manifestation of the compassion of all Buddhas. Learn More
  27. Heruka (12-armed) 3
    An enlightened Deity of Highest Yoga Tantra who is the manifestation of the compassion of all Buddhas. He is also the embodiment of the union of the very subtle blissful mind and emptiness, the ultimate nature of all things – the way things actually exist – symbolized by his embracing Vajravarahi. The various aspects of his body reveal what we need to abandon, the spiritual path that we need to practise and the result that we need to accomplish. Learn More
  28. Heruka (2-armed)
    An enlightened Deity of Highest Yoga Tantra who is the manifestation of the compassion of all Buddhas. Learn More
  29. Heruka (2-armed) 2
    An enlightened Deity of Highest Yoga Tantra who is the manifestation of the compassion of all Buddhas. Learn More
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