Meditating Buddha in Sitting Posture Black Gold Resin Figures Statue Ornament Home, Office, Yoga, Meditation Room or Outdoor Decor
Whether placed inside your home or outdoors in a garden, a Buddha statue is an elegant way to inspire peace and serenity.
The sitting Buddha is the most common representation of the Buddha. These Buddha statues can represent teaching, meditation, or an attempt to reach enlightenment. Hand gestures, or mudras, are essential in determining what a sitting Buddha means. For example, the bhumisparsha mudra, or the position in which the Buddha rests his left hand palm up on his lap and his right hand palm down, fingers toward the earth indicates that the statue is calling the earth to witness.
There are three different positions of the sitting Buddha: virasana, vajrasana, and pralambanasana. Virasana, also known as hero’s pose or half lotus, depicts the legs crossed over each other and the sole of one foot is turned upward. Vajrasana, also called the adamant posture, lotus, or diamond, depicts the legs folded over each other with both soles of the feet turned upward. Pralambanasana, also called the European Sitting Pose, depicts the Buddha seated upright in a chair.
Type: Sitting Meditating Buddha
Size: 14cm x 7 x 19.5 cm