To Attract Peace, Love, Health, Spirituality and Positivity!
To be displayed in the Center wall of a home facing West.
Original Artwork 24”x 30” - Acrylic on Canvas
Sale Price - $325.00 USD (FREE SHIPPING)
Regular Price - $550.00 USD (Shipping & Handling costs are additional for orders outside of Toronto, Canada)
WHAT MAKES THIS A FENG SHUI ART & WHY IT WORKS:
This painting is made to radiate energy of peace, love, health, spirituality and positivity.The Lotus Flower meaning: a gentle person, who keeps themselves clean, alive and healthy in a dirty environment. It represents creative power and purity amid adverse surroundings. The lotus flower painting is to open us up to beauty and light. It acts as a reminder of the miracle life and is said to aid spiritual understanding. The Lotus is used to attract health, harmony and lucky to the home.The Lotus Flower in Feng Shui practice is believed to induce people with more noble, upright, honest characteristics. It has long been considered a symbol of happiness, love and hope. The lotus is a symbol of change or transformation, joy and love. The Lotus Flower will promote spiritual awareness, and love. Symbolizing the Buddhist purity, resurrection and the enlightened being who emerges from the chaos and illusion of the world.
In Buddhism, the Lotus flower holds a supreme position. It is considered pure, noble and sacred which also symbolizes faithfulness.The Sleeping Nirvana Buddha symbolizes tranquility and absolute detachment from the desires of the world.Buddha facing the front door is considered to keep the negative energies out of home. Buddha has power to nullify the negative impacts at the house.The Sleeping Buddha should be taken as an object of encouragement that all beings have the potential to be awakened or enlightened and release themselves from all suffering.The serene expression of the Buddha in this painting portrays the compassion and calmness that comes with the enlightenment.Buddha or reclining Buddha depicts the transition from the suffering to enlightenment of life and should face West direction because Buddha always reclined towards right facing west.