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Crystal Buddha, Amitabha, Shakyamuni, Medicine, Present Mindfulness (Set of 3)


The Collection: Buddha SculpturesBuddhas of the Three Treasures 

Design Concept:

Buddhas of the Three Treasures - Present Mindfulness

The Buddhas of the Three Worlds are widely worshipped in Mahayana Buddhism. They serve as a constant reminder to practice goodness in body, speech, and mind; to cherish the present moment and everyone we meet; and to regard everything that happens in life as a blessing, bringing joy, peace and security. These three images, each seated in the lotus posture on a lotus throne, are based on the Buddhas of the Three Worlds in the Main Hall at Fo Guang Shan in Taiwan.

In the center is Sakyamuni, who presides over the saha (endurance) world in which we live; his hands are in the meditation gesture (mudra). The historical founder of Buddhism is Sakyamuni Buddha, a title meaning “the awakened sage of the Sakya (clan).” Said to have attained enlightenment some 2,500 years ago in northern India, he spent the remaining decades of his life propagating his teaching based on meditation, sense restraint, and wholesome action in body, speech, and mind. Paying homage to his image brings inner stillness and strengthens one’s faith in the veracity of his teaching and its transformative power.

On the left is Amitabha, who presides over the Western Pure Land; he is making the wish-granting gesture with his right hand and holding a lotus stand with his right hand. Amitabha (Unlimited Light or Unlimited Life) is commonly depicted holding a lotus, representing rebirth inside a lotus in his Western Pure Land; he functions as a savior who ushers the faithful out of samsara (the endless cycle of birth and death) and into his heavenly realm characterized by optimal conditions for the attainment of enlightenment. Thus worship of Amitabha is aimed at attaining rebirth in his pure land, where final liberation is expected.

On the right is the Medicine Buddha (Bhaisajyaguru), who presides over the realm Lapis Lazuli Radiance, located in the east; he is making the wish-granting gesture with his left hand and holding an auspicious gem with his right hand. While still a bodhisattva, the Medicine Buddha made twelve vows in which he dedicated himself to delivering sentient beings from all forms of suffering, before attaining Buddhahood and entering his buddha realm. Thus the Medicine Buddha is widely worshipped as the bestowed of health and longevity.


(右) 药师佛,又称为药师琉璃光如来,大医王佛。造型中的药师佛,被安置于释迦牟尼佛的左边,结跏趺坐于莲臺上,右手执持药器(又作无价珠)。药师佛于过去世行菩萨道时,曾发十二大愿,愿为众生解除疾苦,后愿满成佛,住净琉璃世界。“药师琉璃光如来”的名号来源,是以能拔除生死之病而名为药师,能照度三有之黑暗故名琉璃光。药师佛不仅医治众生身体上的病痛,也医治智慧和不圆满的心灵。供养礼拜药师佛,以求健康长寿。

(中) 释迦牟尼佛,是佛教开启者。西方阿弥陀佛、东方药师佛、十方三世一切诸佛,都是释迦牟尼佛说出来的。释迦牟尼,意为释迦族出身之圣人。意思是“能仁”、“能儒”、“能忍”、“能寂”、“能满”等,又称释迦牟尼世尊。 释迦牟尼佛,引导人们身常行慈、口常行慈、意常行慈。以无量的善巧和方便说 法,令众生入佛知见,引导现世之人到达西方极乐世界。人们拜释迦牟尼佛,以 求保佑平安。

(左) 阿弥陀佛,意译为无量光佛、无量寿佛。别名甘露王或甘露王如来。造型中的阿弥陀佛,被安置于释迦牟尼佛的右边,结跏趺坐于莲臺上,掌中托着一座莲台,表示接引众生往生西方极乐净土,在莲花中化生之意。佛教认为,阿弥陀佛主要是以其愿力,引渡众生到极乐世界,脱离苦难的轮回,故亦号“接引佛”。祈祷阿弥陀佛,以求长寿及生命的自在解脱。

Present Mindfulness

Shakyamuni Buddha, Medicine Buddha and Amitabha Buddha, are the past, present and future of cultivating peace. It reminds us that the past is understood through learning and the present is understood through cultivation. This gives us a grasp on the future and releases us from apprehension. 


释迦牟尼佛、药师佛、阿弥陀佛 是过去、现在、未来的安住修行 提醒的是 透过学习,知道过去 透过修持,知道现在 我们可以对未来 有一种了然,没有疑惧

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Size (L×W×H):

Amitabha (Left): 15.5*13.5*22.5 cm
Shakyamuni (Center): 15.5*13.5*22.5 cm
Medicine (Right): 15.5*13.5*22.5 cm

Package: 52*45*20 cm


Crystal Glass


Pate de Verre


Set of 3 pieces. Come with 1 piece each of Amitabha Buddha, Shakyamuni Buddha, and Medicine Buddha. 

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