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7 FEET-1000-armed Avalokiteshvara arrived!!

Sep 22, 2012
7 FEET-1000-armed Avalokiteshvara arrived!!

(By Tsem Rinpoche) A few days ago, a few students and I went to Viva Home for a shopping trip. I was browsing around a few Oriental shops and came across a few nice items… In one of the shops, they had this beautiful 1000-arm Avaloketishvara (also known as Kuan Yin or Chenrezig) statue....

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The Queen Turns Red…

Mar 4, 2012
The Queen Turns Red…

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear everyone, I have loved beautiful art both spiritual and secular since I was very young. I really like Tibetan Buddhist iconography. It is so meaningful and has tremendous blessings. Every part of their holy body, color, gesture, stance, expression of any Buddha statue represents a facet of the Enlightened mind…so viewing...

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