Why do we suffer in this life.

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There are many explanations to this question some people will say because we have sinned some say that we are born to suffer strait from the beginning. But what many Buddhist believe to be suffering is merely the mind making assumptions to cause and effect; the wind is cold this cause gives rise to uneasiness in my mind.  Samsara (the cycle of exhistence) is not a prison but a tool for wisdom, there are many forms of suffering such as war, sadness, pain,old age, sickness, and finally death. But what we should be mindful of is how this suffering affects us, if we are to scream at the prongs of uneasiness than we fall deeper into what ever suffering we are creating,or is created for us. Instead try to be calm and pray to Lord Buddha for light and calm and meditate upon a single point of concentration then there is serenity, grace,happiness. Even things like obesity, arthritis, cancer etc, can be overcomed with proper concentration  of the mind. So dont worry chant your mantras, meditate on a single focus, and be charitable to others. There is happiness after all.

knowing which deity is right for you

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Many begin to wonder which deity better fits my life style and preference in what do I really want? Often its easy to desire for certain things but this is not the point, what we instead should instill is the idea of nothingness as the quintessential truth, in other words lets not desire. Instead examine with three points in mind is the deities power to much to control, whether or not to obtain liberation or pursue as a help for those who wish to obtain liberation and is the deity for a meditative purpose or for a tantric purpose. To really know examine the thangka in mind and study its features. Thangka’s are the personification described in literature so the idea is to worship the deity honor the picture not honor the deity worship the picture. So all you have to do is look for what is in a metaphysical experience the ideal being that speaks not in words but through the primordial silence within us all the Buddha waiting to be released.

Oh sentient being there is little time in ones life for trivial explanations what you will expect in owning a thangka is something beyond all intelligence and is beyond complete human understanding. A thangka is the very key for which liberation from samsara becomes easier because of the power they hold. Simply haveing one on your wall denotes strong spiritual energy that makes for a more enlightened meditation practice. There is no better place to be than right now so order one of our genuine hangka’s today and be amazed by how you will feel in your home.

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Medicine Buddha

Bhaiṣajyaguru (भैषज्यगुरु), formally Bhaiṣajyaguruvaidūryaprabharāja (भैषज्यगुरुवैडूर्यप्रभाराज, ‘Medicine Master”),

is the buddha of healing and medicine in Mahāyāna Buddhism. Commonly referred to as the “Medicine Buddha”, he is described as a doctor who curessuffering using the medicine of his teachings.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bhaisajyaguru

We have several Medicine Buddhas Thangkas in our gallery all handmade by Master Artisan Pretap Lama from Nepal.

 Avalokitesvara

(“Sanskrit: अवलोकितेश्वर lit. “Lord who looks down”) is a bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas. He is one of the more widely revered bodhisattvas in mainstream Mahayana Buddhism.”

“The original name for this bodhisattva was Avalokitasvara. The Chinese name for Avalokitasvara is Guānshìyīn Púsà (觀世音菩薩), which is a translation of the earlier name “Avalokitasvara Bodhisattva.” This bodhisattva is variably depicted as male or female, and may also be referred to simply as Guānyīn in certain contexts.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avalokiteshvara

We will have some lovely thangka’s of Avalokitsvara in our online store

Green Tara

“She is known as the “mother of liberation”, and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements.”

“Tara is a tantric meditation deity whose practice is used by practitioners of the Tibetan branch ofVajrayana Buddhism to develop certain inner qualities and understand outer, inner and secret teachings about compassion and emptiness.”

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Tara

We will also have some lovely thangka’s in our online store soon.

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