Yin-Yang Mantra Mandala Thangka, Om Mani Padme Hum Mandala Thanka
Size = 79cmx79cm~31″x31″
Material used = Cotton canvas, natural pigment, Gold Leaf
The yin-yang symbol (also known as the Tai Chi symbol) consists of a circle divided into two halves by a curved line. One half of the circle is black, typically representing the yin side; the other is white, for the yang side. A dot of each color is situated near the center of the other’s half. The two halves are thus intertwining across a spiral-like curve that splits the whole into semicircles, and the small dots represent the idea that both sides carry the seed of the other.
The white dot in the black area and the black dot in the white area connote coexistence and unity of opposites to form a whole. The curvy line signifies that there are no absolute separations between the two opposites. The yin-yang symbol, then, embodies both sides: duality, paradox, unity in diversity, change, and harmony.
The Tai chi symbol represents the interaction of two complete opposites: Light and Darkness, White and Black, Male and Female, etc… the list could go forever.
Mantra here refers to the recitation of the essence words of the particular rituals of deities. When the word mantra is separated into two segments, it reveals the inner menning of salvaging one’s mind from conceptualization, concept and fear. “Man” in Sanskrit means mind, and “tra” in Sanskrit means to protect. “om mani padme hum” the six syllables, om mani pad me hum, mean that in dependence on the practice of a path which is an indivisible union of method and wisdom, you can transform your impure body, speech, and mind into the pure exalted body, speech, and mind of a Buddha.
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|Dimensions||79 × 79 cm|