The monk meditates on four concepts of meditation: emptiness, the primordial Buddha Vajrasattva, Vairocana and his mandala or representation of the cosmos.
In the upper part, in front of the palace of the second Tathagata Buddha, a multi-coloured and radiating circle is whirling. It is formed by six superposed circles, bearing the mantras of Sarvavid-Vairocana. The absorption in these circles liberates the living beings of the six worlds.
A white light enables the meditator to realize the second Tathagala; by the comprehension of the mantras of the latter and of the purifying mantras of Vajrasattva he has recognized the conscience of this meditative Buddha.
|Measurements:||10.6 x 10.6" | 27 x 27 cm|
|Shipment:||Parcel Service from Germany or Nepal|
|Material:||Natural Stone Colors|