Manifesting Dharma: Niche with Meditating Buddha


Manifesting Dharma: Buddhist Art 101

Each “Buddhist Art 101" spiritual card introduces each sculpture's inspirations and history. They also allow the public to get closer with each artwork and appreciate Buddhist Art. Visitors are welcome to print them out, reminding themselves to keep a peaceful mind and to take care of their families under all circumstances.

May – Inner Peace, Unimpeded Practice

When your heart is at ease, your wisdom is awakened. Normally, we tend to focus on the outer world, its distractions occupy our minds and prevents us from self-contemplation. Take time to settle down, gathering your thoughts and emotions. Recognise that impermanence is a normality, and at the end of the day, everything will be alright.

Niche with Meditating Buddha China | Northern Qi dynasty #5@101

If time could be tangible, then a sculpture is a permanent representation of this. Carefully focus onto the sculpture, so that you can become more at peace and forget about the troubles within. 

We are constantly distracted by our society, current affairs and public opinion. By returning to the present moment and cultivating yourself, you will discover a beautiful inner world. May you sit in peace when time is still; stay calm when something arises. 

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