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Wheel of Life

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The wheel of life is a symbolic representation of samsara. "Bound in the Wheel of Becoming, sentient beings wander endlessly through the states of existence; now in the heavens, then in the hells, now torn with passions, then open and receptive. Holding the wheel firmly in his grasp is Yama, Lord of Death, the end of all beings. Only the Buddha stands completely outside the wheel, pointing the way to liberation."

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Tibetan Buddhist thangka, Wheel of Life showing the 6 realms of existence Tibetan Art, Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Art, Buddhist Wheel Of Life, Buddhist Philosophy, Arte Tribal, Thangka Painting, Taoism, Spirituality

Buddhist Wheel of Life :: One can practice dharma to liberate him/herself from ignorance, desire & hatred. On the upper right of this painting is the Buddha standing outside of the wheel pointing to the moon which means that he shows us the way to move away from Samsara.

Tibetan Buddhist astrology in Bhutan. Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Art, Yi King, Tibet Art, Astrology And Horoscopes, Wheel Of Life, Chinese Zodiac, Tantra, Sacred Geometry

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Buddhist astrology in Bhutan. http://www.flickriver.com/photos/bhutan-360/3425654839/

Buddhism - Traditional Tibetan Buddhist Thangka depicting the Wheel of Life with its six realms Buddhism Symbols, Buddhist Teachings, Buddhist Art, Karma, Mahayana Buddhism, Symbolic Representation, Buddhist Philosophy, Wheel Of Life, Gautama Buddha

The Bhavacakra or Wheel of Becoming is a symbolic representation of continuous existence process in the form of a circle, used primarily in Tibetan Buddhism.

The Buddhist Wheel of Life Tibetan Art, Tibetan Buddhism, Buddhist Wheel Of Life, Symbolic Representation, Thangka Painting, Circle Of Life, Visionary Art, Gods And Goddesses, Deities

The Buddhist Wheel of Life

"Bound in the Wheel of Becoming, sentient beings wander endlessly through the states of existence; now in the heavens, then in the hells, now torn with passions, then open and receptive. Holding the wheel firmly in his grasp is Yama, Lord of Death, the end of all beings. Only the Buddha stands completely outside the wheel, pointing the way to liberation."

now in the heavens, then in the hells, now torn with passions, then open and receptive." The message of The Wheel of Life. Symbolic Representation, Wheel Of Life, Heavens, Buddha, Passion, Symbols, Holiday Decor, Mandalas, Glyphs

"...now in the heavens, then in the hells, now torn with passions, then open and receptive..." The message of The Wheel of Life.