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(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor Niral) Introduction Dear Friends, A common question that is often asked to the Kechara Buddhist Pastors .

“Partially because of our intensely materialistic society, we have become accustomed and conditioned to the concept that the human entity ultimately lies within the bounds of the physical body. Therefore: the periphery of the living human entity - the rim of that area which it affects and is affected by it - extends beyond the physical body and the conscious mind. The composition of this area is neither material nor motor, but of thought and emotion.” ― Robert A. Monroe, Journeys Out of the…

Featured here are the beautifully haunting creations of Polish visionary artist Bartlomiej Doroszko. Bartlomiej's works of art are both.

thangka tiger - Google Search

thangka tiger - Google Search

Mahakala the wrathful protector of the dharma  in Tibetan Buddhism. His crown of skulls representing the transmutation of the 5 kleshas (negative afflictions) into the 5 wisdoms.

buddhabe: “Mahakala, the wrathful protector of the dharma in Tibetan Buddhism. His crown of skulls representing the transmutation of the 5 kleshas (negative afflictions) into the 5 wisdoms.

Manjushri Negro - Nos ayuda a sanar nuestras emociones negativas internas más profundas y el sufrimiento mental que surgen a causa de enfermedades o problemas graves. Mantra de OM AH RA PA TSA NA DHI HUNG Black Manjushri

Black Manjushri, bodhisattva of wisdom, one of the most important iconic figures in Mahayana art and literature. He represents the wisdom of prajna, which is not confined by knowledge or concepts. His Sanskrit name means "He Who Is Noble and Gentle.

Wrathful Vajrapani

Chinese vampire folklore - the Wrathful Deities (Thangka Painting of the Wrathful Deity - Vajrapani)

yurt decoration: Garuda. In Buddhism, Garudas are a mythical species of majestic bird-like deities with a wing-span of many miles, with which they can bring about winds with the force of a hurricane. They have also been a long-term opposing force of the Naga, the species of snakes which protected the Buddha while he achieved enlightenment.

Daring and fearless Garuda symbolizes wisdom and freedom of the vast mind, and clear-seeing equanimity.

Thangka Art - Ksitigarbha 地藏王菩薩 Sunapati Thangka School www.traditionalartofnepal.com #tanka

Thangka of Ksitigarbha. A thangka is a painting on cotton, or silk appliqué…

Thangka Simhavaktra Dakini . Simhavaktra- / Simhamuka Dakini (Sen-ge-gdon can-ma). Buddhistische Thangkas, Statuen und Mandalas. Marvelous buddhist Statues, Mandala and Thangka from Snow Lion

Simhavaktra- / Simhamuka Dakini (Sen-ge-gdon can-ma). Marvelous buddhist Statues, Mandala and Thangka from Snow Lion

Thangka Painting of a Tibetan Tiger

Tiger Thangka Painting

Thangka painting featuring a Tibetan Tiger surrounded by a colorful jungle. In Tibetan Buddhism the Tiger is symbol of awareness, kindness and confidence.

The Buddhas of the three times (past, present and future): Dipamkara Buddha, Sakyamuni Buddha, and Maitreya Buddha

The Buddhas of the three times (past, present and future): Dipamkara Buddha, Sakyamuni Buddha, and Maitreya Buddha

Kazuaki Horitomo Kitamura - Monmon Cats

Meet Kazuaki Horitomo - a California-based Japanese artist that has two great passions in life - cats and tattoos. The artist decided to combine the two and great new project was born - Monmon Cats.

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