Sitting posture of Bronze Buddha statue:
Bronze buddha statue, why do some have to sit, some have to stand, and some have to lie down? Each style of the Buddha’s icon can be said to contain its profound meaning and symbolize a spirit and a sage of the Buddha. Sitting Bronze buddha statue: Some of the statues are sitting in knots as if they are meditating; some are with the left hand on the crossed leg, with the right hand raised, palms outward, as if saying. The former can be said to represent the Buddha’s consciousness, and the latter can be said to represent the Buddha’s enlightenment. Consciousness means that the Buddha became a Buddha. He has to go through considerable practice, contemplation, and deep meditation before he can know himself; to think he means that the Buddha uses the body from the body, uses the truth to benefit all living beings, and purifies the people with the nectar water.
The meaning of the gesture of the Bronze Buddha statue:
The various gestures of the Bronze Buddha statue represent the different identities of the Buddha statues, representing various teachings of Buddhism. It is a human language with Indian characteristics and expresses extremely rich meanings. There are five common Bronze buddha statues, namely the saying seal, the fearless seal, the wish seal, the demon falling seal, and the meditation seal, namely the “five seals of Sakyamuni”. There are many variations in the form of mudra, especially the esoteric mudra with as many as several hundred, which are unpredictable, such as the wise fist seals and the Qi Ke seals. The narrative seal is to twist the thumb and middle finger (or index finger, ring finger), and the rest of the fingers are naturally relaxed. This mudra symbolizes the meaning of the Buddha’s teaching and expresses the state of the Buddha when he first turned the wheel of the Dharma in Luyeyuan, so it is called the teaching seal, also known as the Zhuan Dharma-wheel seal. Fearless seal means “a person who is completely fearless” or “a person who is reassuring and calm.” Symbol of generosity to all living beings without fear. Raise your right forearm on your chest, slightly at right angles to your body, naturally, stretch your fingers upwards, and your palms outward. This mudra expresses the Buddha’s great aspiration for relief to all sentient beings. It is said that it can make all living beings feel at ease and fearless, so it is called Shi Wuwei.
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