Height: 3 ft (approx.)
Dimension(HWL): 36 x 24 x 12 inch
His teaching formed the foundation for Buddhist philosophy. His philosophy is the middle way between assertiveness and incredulity. His basic teaching is the four noble truths. Noble truths “Aryastaya”, Arya means a noble person, Satya means truth and reality. A noble person in an ethical and spiritual sense.The four noble truths are:
- The reality of suffering (within the samsara)
- Origin of suffering ( mental states that generate suffering)
- End of suffering. ( with peace, higher knowledge)
- The eighth fold path
Teaching Buddha statue is seen sitting comfortably on a lotus, with fully closed eyes. both legs folded, with the sole of feet face upward. Right hand raised to shoulder level with the tip of the index and thumb forming a circle (wheel of dharma), palm facing outward. while the left hand forming the same circle with the figures and resting in the lap facing upward. His raised right hand represents protection, while the second represents conquering fear.
The teaching Statue depicts the life of the Buddha after achieving enlightenment when he first preaches his teaching. Known as “Dharma chakra Buddha”. The most important phase of his life, where he shared all the knowledge during his enlightenment period with his disciples.
Intellect, understanding, and fulfilling destiny represent Buddha’s teaching statue. The statue can stimulate the energy of any corner where it is placed. It balances the inner peace.
Placing: As it is a symbol of teaching you can place it in the northeast corner of your home, office, or garden. Ideal for those seeking knowledge, and spiritual growth. Placing it in the north sector boost career. Basically, if the Buddha statue is made from clay/stone, can be placed in the northeast, southwest, or in center to energize the earth element.
Care: Very easy to dust, gently wipe the Buddha statue with a cloth or broom enough to prevent any dirt compile.