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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 2
    Buddha of Infinite Light, the manifestation of the speech and the discrimination of all the Buddhas. Learn More
  3. Amitayus 2
    The Buddha of Long Life, Wisdom and Merit Learn More
  4. Avalokiteshvara (1000-armed) 2
    The Compassion Buddha, the embodiment of the universal compassion of all enlightened beings. Learn More
  5. Avalokiteshvara (4-armed) 2
    The Compassion Buddha, the embodiment of the universal compassion of all enlightened beings. Learn More
  6. Buddha Shakyamuni 3
    Buddha Shakyamuni is the founder of Buddhism in this world, and the principal object of refuge for all Buddhists. He is holding a begging bowl filled with three nectars indicating that he has conquered the ‘demons’ of uncontrolled death, a contaminated body and mind, and delusions, and is touching the ground indicating his power to subdue all negative forces. In general, ‘Buddha’ means ‘Awakened One’, someone who has awakened from the sleep of ignorance and sees things as they really are. A Buddha is a person who is completely free from all faults and mental obstructions. Every living being has the potential to become a Buddha. Learn More
  7. Dorje Shugden 4
    An emanation of the Wisdom Buddha Manjushri appearing in the aspect of a Dharma Protector. Learn More
  8. Dorje Shugden 5 (5 Lineages)
    A Dharma Protector is an emanation of a Buddha or a Bodhisattva whose main functions are to avert the inner and outer obstacles that prevent practitioners from gaining spiritual realizations, and to arrange all the necessary conditions for their spiritual development. The Dharma Protector Dorje Shugden is an emanation of the Wisdom Buddha Manjushri, who always helps, guides and protects sincere practitioners by granting blessings, increasing their wisdom and fulfilling their virtuous wishes. Depicted in this image are the thirty-two Deities of Dorje Shugden’s mandala, who perform various activities of protecting and nurturing our spiritual practice. Learn More
  9. Green Tara 3
    The female Buddha of active compassion who is the manifestation of the ultimate wisdom of all the Buddhas. Learn More
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. Guru Sumati Buddha Heruka 4 (on throne)
    Je Tsongkhapa inseparable from our root Spiritual Guide, Buddha Shakyamuni and Buddha Heruka. Learn More
  13. 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
  14. Heruka (2-armed) 2
    An enlightened Deity of Highest Yoga Tantra who is the manifestation of the compassion of all Buddhas. Learn More
  15. Je Tsongkhapa 4
    The great Tibetan Buddhist Master, an emanation of the Wisdom Buddha Manjushri, who spread a very pure Buddhadharma showing how to combine the practices of Sutra and Tantra. Learn More
  16. Khedrubje’s five visions of Je Tsongkhapa
    An inspiring image of Khedrubje’s five visions of Je Tsongkhapa. Learn More
  17. Lama Losang Tubwang Dorje Chang 2 - canvas print
    Lama Losang Tubwang Dorjechang is a special manifestation of Je Tsongkhapa revealed directly to the great Yogi Dharmavajra. Learn More
  18. Maitreya 3
    Buddha Maitreya is the manifestation of all the Buddhas’ realization of loving kindness. Learn More
  19. Maitreya 4 (seated)
    Buddha Maitreya is the manifestation of all the Buddhas’ realization of loving kindness. Learn More
  20. Manjushri 2
    The Wisdom Buddha, the manifestation of all the Buddhas’ wisdom. He has an orange-coloured body and holds a wisdom sword and a scripture of the Perfection of Wisdom Sutra in Eight Thousand Lines. These signify that he principally teaches the profound view of emptiness, ultimate truth, explained in the Perfection of Wisdom Sutras (symbolized by the scripture) by means of his omniscient wisdom (symbolized by the sword). Learn More
  21. Medicine Buddha 2
    The Healing Buddha, or Buddha Doctor, whose function is to release living beings from outer and inner sickness. His body of blue wisdom light indicates that he is an emanation of the healing power of all the Buddhas; his left hand holds a bowl filled with medicinal nectar and his right hand holds a medicinal plant. Through relying upon Medicine Buddha with faith we develop a special power of body, speech and mind, which we can then use to help others through healing actions. Learn More
  22. Prajnaparamita 2
    The Buddha who is the manifestation of Buddha’s perfection of wisdom. Her function is to overcome maras – the outer and inner obstructing demons – and to bestow the realization of the higher perfection of wisdom – the realization of ultimate truth, or emptiness, by the subtlest blissful mind. Her four arms indicate that she is the synthesis of all Buddhas of the four directions. She is holding a vajra and a scripture of the Perfection of Wisdom Sutra, and her remaining two hands are in the mudra of meditative equipoise. Together her hands teach us that through training in meditation on the perfection of wisdom we can accomplish the higher perfection of wisdom, the union of great bliss and emptiness, through which we can attain enlightenment very quickly. Learn More
  23. Stupa 2
    The symbolic representation of Buddha’s mind. Learn More
  24. The Four Kadampa Guru Deities
    The personal Deities of daily practice for Kadampa practitioners. Learn More
  25. The Seven Medicine Buddhas 3
    The assembly of the Seven Medicine, or Healing, Buddhas, whose function is to release living beings from outer and inner sickness. The principal Medicine Buddha, or Medicine Guru, has a body of blue wisdom light indicating that he is an emanation of the healing power of all the Buddhas; his left hand holds a bowl filled with medicinal nectar and his right hand holds a medicinal plant. Through relying upon Medicine Buddha with faith we develop a special power of body, speech and mind, which we can then use to help others through healing actions. Learn More
  26. The Seven Medicine Buddhas with Deities of Long Life
    The assembly of the Seven Medicine, or Healing, Buddhas, whose function is to release living beings from outer and inner sickness, together with the Buddhas of Long Life, Amitayus (on the right) and White Tara (on the left). Learn More
  27. Vajradhara 3
    Vajradhara, the founder of Vajrayana Buddhism; or Tantra, is the same mental continuum as Buddha Shakyamuni displayed in a different physical aspect. Learn More
  28. Vajradharma 2
    The inner aspect of the Spiritual Guide visualized in Vajrayogini practice. Learn More
  29. Vajrapani 2
    Buddha Vajrapani is a Tantric enlightened being who bestows special power on our body and mind. Through receiving his blessings we will develop the inner strength to overcome our daily problems and sufferings, and to eliminate our delusions, especially our self-grasping ignorance. Learn More
  30. Vajrasattva 2
    The Buddha of Purification, the manifestation of the purifying power 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. Buddha Vajrasattva is the same nature as Buddha Vajradhara, differing only in aspect. Learn More
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