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Cast Iron Jizo
Small, yet fierce as a mother protecting her child, Jizo Bodhisattva (Ksitigarbha or “Earth Womb”) aids all those in the six worlds of exis ...
Infant Jizo with Mani Pearl
Cradling the mani pearl—a symbol of enlightenment—beneath her chin, this infant jizo embodies love of the dharma. Innocent and joyful, this ...
Manjushri is the bodhisattva of wisdom, depicted here in a relaxed pose and without the traditional sword, revealing the gentle, nurturing ...
Mahaprajapati, or “ leader of the Great Assembly,” was Shakyamuni’s aunt and foster mother, as well as the first nun to be ordained in the ...
Manjushri on a Lion
Manjushri sits in youthful ease on top of a lion, suggesting the power of wisdom to tame and fr ...
Manjushri with Sword
Manjushri sitting in full lotus with the traditional sword that “kills and gives life” in his ...
In continual gassho, the clean lines of this Jizo—protector of women, children, and travelers— emphasize the simplicity and beauty of the m ...
Samantabhadra on an Elephant
Samantabhadra is the messenger of all that the dharma teachings have to offer. His left hand is ...
Bodhidharma, also known as the “wall-gazing Brahmin,” was said to have sat in a cave practicing zazen for nine straight years. This uncompr ...
“Manjushri” means “Gentle Glory.” Here he is shown wielding the sword of wisdom that kills delusion and gives life to enlightenment. Availa ...
Legend says that three years after the Indian master Bodhidharma’s death, he was seen walking on a Chinese road carrying one of his shoes. ...