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Hand carved and hand painted in Bali, Indonesia.

Every home needs a Buddha. Why?
Buddhism teaches non-harm and balance – not going too far one way or the other. 
It is mostly about ending the feeling of pain that all people feel inside. Gautama Buddha taught that pain is a part of all life. He taught that pain is because of desire. And he showed that there is a way to end desire and end pain through acceptance, helping others and self awareness. Results – no pain and enlightenment.

Hey you guys, it’s David from Bali & Beyond,
and we’ve got a little special for you.
This little guy, this little Buddha – teaching Buddha – and I only have ten of them – and we’re gonna clear them, we’re gonna give them out to you guys.
They were really $210, we’re gonna put them out for $95*.
There is a buy button somewhere on the screen go into our Shopify store and get yourself one of these.

If you have a meditation room or a sacred space or anything like that, having a statue of Buddha is peaceful and is a nice thing to have. Buddha believed that it’s all about the compassion and kindness and love, be present in each moment, accepting of all things that happen in life.
So have that because I think it’s how we all like to live.
Here it is, this Buddha for you – $95* down from $210, buy now, there’s only ten.
Sending lots of love from Bali & Beyond.

This particular Buddha statue signifies wisdom, understanding, and fulfilling destiny. Both hands are held at chest level, with thumb and index fingers forming a circle. The right hand is turned palm in, while the left hand is turned palm out. As do most images of the Buddha, the Teaching Buddha depicts a particular moment in the life of the Buddha, namely, the first sermon the Buddha gave after reaching Enlightenment. This sermon was to a small group of disciples who had previously scorned the Buddha. This is a statue that is particularly appropriate for those who are either studying or are interested in learning more about spirituality. The phrase DharmaChakra is hard to translate. The word Dharma means “the way of righteousness,” while the word Chakra is usually translated as the “Universe” or as the “cosmos.” Taken together, this phrase generally is interpreted as, “putting the cosmic law of righteousness in order,” or “turning the wheel of cosmic righteousness.

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