“Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without.” buddha
Our buddha orbit terrariums will help balance your mind with peaceful thoughts and inspire you on a meditation path to enlightenment. Each terrarium feature air plants with sand or moss in glass spheres that rest freely on their thick, concave fir bases, allowing them to be angled to face any direction. place them in central areas of your home or office for daily inspiration to achieve peace and good life.
- Available as shown or may be custom designed.
- Dimensions: 7" diameter x 9” height (with base)
- Our terrariums are unique landscapes so finished pieces may vary
Available in the following buddha styles:
- Dhyana mudra | Meditation buddha
- The meditation buddha is for people who are either looking for peace and calm in their lives, or for those who wish to improve their own meditation skills. use it to set up a “serenity room” or a corner of your house where you can sit in calm and unwind.
- The dhyana mudra is the mudra of meditation and of the attainment of spiritual perfection. it indicates the perfect balance of thought, rest of the senses, tranquillity and the unity of wisdom and compassion. In this pose both hands of the buddha are relaxed in the lap face up with the tips of the thumbs and fingers touching. As this buddha generally represents focused concentration, the eyes are depicted as closed nearly all the way.
- Dharmachakra mudra | Turning the wheel of the law in motion
- This teaching buddha signifies wisdom, understanding, and fulfilling destiny. It is a particularly appropriate buddha for those who are either studying or are interested in learning more about spirituality.
- The dharma chakra is generally interpreted as “turning the wheel of cosmic righteousness.” It depicts the gesture used during the first sermon the buddha gave after reaching enlightenment. It thus denotes the setting into motion of the wheel of the teaching of the dharma. In this pose, buddha has both hands are held level with the heart, with thumb and index fingers forming a circle representing the wheel of dharma, or the union of method and wisdom. the right hand is turned palm in, while the left hand is turned palm out.
- Vitarka mudra | Teaching, giving instruction, reason
- The vitarka mudra promotes the energy of teaching, intellectual argument and of discussion. It helps to prevent you from entering argumentative states of mind and to feel a calming energy that is useful for reducing internal conflict. its energy opens your mind to intellectual conversation and evokes a feeling of silent wisdom.
- Another name for this gesture is vyakhyana mudra or the “mudra of instruction”. In this pose the buddha’s hand, with thumb and forefinger tips touching, symbolizes the transmission of the knowledge buddha has gained after attaining enlightenment. The circle formed by the fingers signifies perfection, with no beginning or end.