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Japanese Buddhism mini Shrine - tin box - pocket shrine for travel & meditation BUDDHA

Japanese Buddhism mini Shrine  tin box  pocket shrine for

Japanese Buddhism mini Shrine - tin box - pocket shrine for travel & meditation BUDDHA

Shotku Taishi, First Patron of Japanese Buddhism

Shotku Taishi, First Patron of Japanese Buddhism

Fudo Myo-o in Koya-san

Fudo Myo-o is one of the important deities of Japanese Buddhism.

A pocket shrine for meditation or contemplation. Features vintage images from Japan - Buddha, geishas, samurai, kanji and landscapes. A decoupaged and embellished tin that features a mosaic of vintage Japanese images, wooden beads, and bamboo. Inside is a diorama of a Buddhist altar. Included is a meditation fan of images tied together with an Asian coin. Made in a tin the size of a regular Altoids container. 3-1/2 x 2-1/2 x 7/8. Signed by maker - SheMakeR All of my art work ...

Japanese Buddhism mini Shrine - tin box - pocket shrine for travel & meditation BUDDHA

Stone carving of Vairocana Buddha (aka Dainichi Nyorai), Fengxian Temple in China.

Site Author Mark Schumacher at Fengxian Temple, China (World Heritage Site) See Photo Tour of the Longmen Caves Here (September

Enso and lotus. This would be perfect if it had a Tibetan Puzzle Knot behind it, considering the ēnso is Japanese Buddhism, the lotus is Indian and Tibet is also one of the major cultural lines of Buddhism. I... seriously adore this. To the point where I want it, the ēnso in blue, melding into pink for the lotus, and with the puzzle knot behind it, in red or yellow (since those are the colours of Tibetan Buddhists). Now if only I could think of something relating to Vietnamese Buddhism...

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logo -Enso Lotus - I love the Enso and this one is a favorite because it includes the Lotus flower. Symbolism of the Enso includes enlightenment. One symbolic meaning of the Lotus, related to Buddhism is fortune. This design is by Aaron Robinson.

"Gohonzon is a generic term for a venerated religious object in Japanese Buddhism" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gohonzon

Lotus Sutra - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Enso represents the fullness, simplicity, integrity and infinite body for perfect harmony, regularly used in the Zen tradition of Japanese Buddhism.

15 tatuajes con diseños que te harán llevar el misticismo contigo

The Enso represents the fullness, simplicity, integrity and infinite body for perfect harmony, regularly used in the Zen tradition of Japanese Buddhism.

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Japan hotel and temple join forces to offer gay and lesbian weddings. Draped in wedding kimonos, standing in a Zen temple built in the 1590s.  According to the deputy head priest at Shunkoin Temple, Japanese buddhism doesn’t have anything against homosexuality (source: Mainichi Shimbun(in Japanese))

“ Japan hotel and temple join forces to offer gay and lesbian weddings Draped in wedding kimonos, standing in a Zen temple built in the gay and lesbian couples have a new option for a commitment ceremony in Japan According to the.

A Japanese Shingon Shu Esoteric Buddhist ritual implement called a Crossed Vajra and dating to the Mid-Edo period (1720). The Japanese deity Fudo Myo is often depicted holding a rope in one hand and Vajra in the other. Kobo Daishi statues are also often carved with him holding a vajra in one hand. The word Vajra literally means Indras Thunderbolt (Indra is a Hindu deity). The vajra is one of the exotic, mysterious ritual objects that Shingon introduced into Japanese Buddhism.

A Japanese Shingon Shu Esoteric Buddhist ritual implement called a Crossed Vajra…

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