Incence burner 8 auspicious symbols gold colour

6,95
Incence burner 8 auspicious symbols gold colour

Incense burner, richly decorated with the 8 auspicious buddhist symbols. For the burning of thinner incense sticks.

The 8 Auspicious symbols
The vase symbolises the richness of Buddhist doctrine (the Dharma), longevity and prosperity.
The lotus symbolises transformation on the spiritual path. Just as a lotus emerges from mud and transforms into a beautiful flower, so does our human “mud” transform into beautiful qualities of love, compassion and wisdom.
The victory banner symbolises the complete victory over negative / destructive forces within ourselves.
The parasol symbolises the protection that the Dharma offers to all living beings by protecting them from negative forces, diseases, obstacles, accidents, etc.
The dharma wheel symbolises the Buddha’s teachings and their spreading.
The fish symbolise the fact that people practising the Dharma do not have to be afraid of drowning in the ocean of suffering because they can go with the flow through proper insight and action.
The knot of infinity symbolises the interdependence of all phenomena, an aspect of Buddha’s wisdom.
The conch symbolises the healing sound of the Dharma, which dispels the suffering of living beings.

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Incence burner 8 auspicious symbols gold colour
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Incence burner 8 auspicious symbols gold colour

Incense burner, richly decorated with the 8 auspicious buddhist symbols. For the burning of thinner incense sticks.

The 8 Auspicious symbols
The vase symbolises the richness of Buddhist doctrine (the Dharma), longevity and prosperity.
The lotus symbolises transformation on the spiritual path. Just as a lotus emerges from mud and transforms into a beautiful flower, so does our human “mud” transform into beautiful qualities of love, compassion and wisdom.
The victory banner symbolises the complete victory over negative / destructive forces within ourselves.
The parasol symbolises the protection that the Dharma offers to all living beings by protecting them from negative forces, diseases, obstacles, accidents, etc.
The dharma wheel symbolises the Buddha’s teachings and their spreading.
The fish symbolise the fact that people practising the Dharma do not have to be afraid of drowning in the ocean of suffering because they can go with the flow through proper insight and action.
The knot of infinity symbolises the interdependence of all phenomena, an aspect of Buddha’s wisdom.
The conch symbolises the healing sound of the Dharma, which dispels the suffering of living beings.