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Antique Tibetan Parcel Gilt Bronze
Amitayus
Unshakable Concentration
Tibet, circa: early 20th century
H 8.25 in.(21cm), W 5.25 in.(13cm), D 3 in.(7.5cm)
Condition: very good

A bronze Amitayus Buddha seated in meditation on a lotus throne; finely carved, highly detailed and excellently finished with hand chasing on the face and hair and foliate patterns in the robes, the face serenely alert. The surface contrasts the dark bronze patina with passages of gleaming gold still extant in the embellishments, as well as mineral and malachite deposits.


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Amitayus is the most well known and popular of the five Dhyani Buddhas and communicates the supreme power and energy of nature with gentleness, openness, and purity. By meditating on him, the disease of delusion becomes the wisdom of discernment. He holds a bowl of immortality nectar, and in conformity with his dhyana mudra presents his essential message of meditation, inviting us to withdraw our external senses and perceptions inward into higher states of meditative concentration.

  
  
  
  
 



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