Chenrezig Mandala

Chenrezig Mandala

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( 50 x 50 cm )

Chenrezig is called as Avalokitesvara in Tibetan Buddhism. He is the god of Compassion. At the center of the mandala is Avalokiteshvara, peaceful in appearance, surrounded by OM Mani Padme Hum mantra.

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Chenrezig is called as Avalokitesvara in Tibetan Buddhism. He is the god of Compassion.

The Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara is the patron deity of Tibet and appears in a variety of forms both peaceful, wrathful.

At the center of the mandala is Avalokiteshvara, peaceful in appearance, surrounded by OM Mani Padme Hum mantra.

Chenrezig can appear in many different forms like thousand armed but the most popular is the one with four arms as depicted at the center of this mandala. The four hands are symbols of immeasurable love, compassion, joy, and equanimity.

The mantra of Chenrezig is the six syllable mantra Om Mani Padme Hum.

The four corners of the paintings contain beautiful flowers which signify peace and prosperity.

This Mandala is so useful for the for the meditation purpose.

If we rely sincerely upon Avalokiteshvara and recite his mantra with strong faith, temporarily we shall improve our realizations of the stages of the path, especially our realization of great compassion, and ultimately we shall attain supreme Buddhahood in Avalokiteshvara’s Pure Land, the Pure Land of Bliss.

 

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In the Tibetan Buddhist pantheon of enlightened beings, Chenrezig is renowned as the embodiment of the compassion of all the Buddhas.

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is the lord of . “Every person whose heart is moved by love and , who deeply and sincerely acts for the benefit of others without concern for fame, profit, social position, or recognition expresses the activity of Chenrezig.” The Associated with Chenrezig cosmology typically identifies six of rebirth and existence. The six realms are listed below: Asuras Humans Hungry ghosts Earlier Buddhist texts refer to five realms .