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The golden fish symbolizes the auspiciousness of all living beings in a state of fearlessness, without danger of drowning in the ocean of sufferings, and migrating from place to place freely and spontaneously, just as fish swim freely without fear through water.

The golden fish symbolizes the auspiciousness of all living beings in a state of fearlessness, without danger of drowning in the ocean of sufferings, and migrating from place to place freely and spontaneously, just as fish swim freely without fear through water.

Thangkas and Sacred Tibetan Art

Thangkas and Sacred Tibetan Art

White Tara spiritual Buddha art, Tibetan Goddess print of painting by Sue Halstenberg

White Tara spiritual Buddha art, Tibetan Goddess print of painting by Sue Halstenberg

ANDREA LEBEAU DESIGNS. Fusion Felted Wearable Art. Tibetan Yak

ANDREA LEBEAU DESIGNS. Fusion Felted Wearable Art. Tibetan Yak / Bamboo silk Euro scarf

ANDREA LEBEAU DESIGNS. Fusion Felted Wearable Art. Tibetan Yak

Thangkas and Sacred Tibetan Art - the decoration on the head is somewhat similar to ancient Egypt (lines). The three faces are something like we would call trinity, in the west.

Thangkas and Sacred Tibetan Art - the decoration on the head is somewhat similar to ancient Egypt (lines). The three faces are something like we would call trinity, in the west.

Tibetan Monks Painstakingly Create Incredible Mandalas Using Millions of Grains of Sand - My Modern Metropolis

Tibetan Monks Painstakingly Create Incredible Mandalas Using Millions of Grains of Sand

Tibetan Monks Painstakingly Create Incredible Mandalas Using Millions of Grains of Sand - My Modern Metropolis

In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition a mandala is a visual representation of the universe, believed to aid focus in meditation and promote a feeling of balance.  The word mandala is taken from the Sanskrit word for circle. Explore this art form by engaging in the creative process of making mandalas with your child from found items from nature. … Continue reading Creating Nature Mandalas With Children Step by Step

Creating Nature Mandalas With Children Step by Step

In the Tibetan Buddhist tradition a mandala is a visual representation of the universe, believed to aid focus in meditation and promote a feeling of balance. The word mandala is taken from the Sanskrit word for circle. Explore this art form by engaging in the creative process of making mandalas with your child from found items from nature. … Continue reading Creating Nature Mandalas With Children Step by Step

Tibetan Mongolian Museum Society Himalayan Art Mongolian Asian

Tibetan Mongolian Museum Society Himalayan Art Mongolian Asian

IMG_0540_Saraswati.jpg photo by Sasha-Lotus

IMG_0540_Saraswati.jpg photo by Sasha-Lotus

Dreaming of Dharamsala, Northwest India, where the Dalai Lama found refuge, he hoped temporarily in 1952(?).  He has finally abandoned the quest to return to reestablish his home and government of Tibet.

Dreaming of Dharamsala, Northwest India, where the Dalai Lama found refuge, he hoped temporarily in 1952(?). He has finally abandoned the quest to return to reestablish his home and government of Tibet.

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