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Sleeping Buddha Statue 3′

Materials: This Sleeping Buddha Statue is carved in Brown Sand Stone.

Buddha in general means ‘Awakened One’. That is someone who has awoken from the sleep of unconsciousness and sees things as they really are.

He is a soul who knows everything about the past, present, and future, directly and simultaneously. He is completely free of all defects and mental constraints. No doubt his methods of teachings, the structure of divine thoughts, subsequent meditation, prayer, etc. gave mental silence to the human being.

This Buddha Stone Sculpture expresses the potential for true, peace, and goodness that is inherent within each human and every sentient being.

Mudras are used within yoga and meditation practice as a means of moving, managing, and sealing prana within the body. The Buddha expresses the potential for truth, peace, and honesty that is inherent within each human and every sentient being. If you want to take it a step further, select a deity to display in your home holding a particular mudra to increase your spiritual purposes. Every mudra has some meaning and purpose behind the posture.

This statue depicts the Historical Buddha in the last moments of life on earth, prior to the Buddha dying one last time before entering Nirvana (often written in English as ParaNirvana when referring to the life of The Buddha). It is assumed that an alms giver had accidentally given the Buddha pork that had gone bad, and this eventually led to the death of the Buddha. The reclining Buddha is also known as the dying Buddha. It is a sculpture that depicts Lord Buddhas passing into nirvana.

Because the Buddha had gained enlightenment in this lifetime, the Buddha was able to escape the endless cycle of birth-death-rebirth (known as samsara) and was able to enter Nirvana. In this pose, the Buddha is always depicted lying on the right-hand side on top of a resting table.

One of the most well-known examples of this statue is enshrined at Wat Pho in Bangkok, Thailand, although there are numerous other temples throughout Southeast Asia that house statues in the posture. The reclining Buddha or Sleeping Buddha Statue is supposed to be an encouragement to people for seeking internal harmony.

Best placement: This form of Buddha must always face West to represent his imminent death and should recline to the right.

  • The sheer immensity of this Sleeping Buddha Statue is mesmerizing.
  • It would bring a special piece of serenity to the landscape.
  • His face has a sublime expression, completely at ease with a slight smile and his feet have a unique sense of realism with his toes each in a natural position one would find on anyone laying on the ground.
  • Our artisan carves this Sleeping Buddha Statue with a single block of Brown Sandstone, which increases its durability and longevity in many folds.
  • This Sleeping Buddha Statue is completely one of a kind masterpiece. Any changes are possible on a customized piece, as per our Art Lover customer’s choice.
  • Our Sleeping Buddha Statue is a high-quality product.

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Weight 100 kg
Dimensions 36 in

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