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Buddha Shakyamuni Glass Dome Pendant

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A casual and affordable glass dome Buddha Shakyamuni pendant that's also a unique gift idea for any occasion. Part of a set of 10 designs. Get them all and wear a different one every day or share the blessings with your friends.
SKU: 81003260

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$6.00

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Bring the Buddha's positive energy and blessings everywhere you go with this casual and affordable glass dome pendant with gold foil accents.

Shakyamuni is the Prince who gave up the comforts of royal life to seek the truth, and ultimately achieved full Enlightenment and founded Buddhism. By employing diverse skilful means, he taught 84,000 methods to Enlightenment to suit all possible dispositions and spiritual levels of his students. Spiritual practice as he taught it was not mere words but a living example to inspire his disciples then and even now.

He sits cross-legged in full meditation, with his right hand lightly touching the ground beneath him, symbolic of his invoking the earth to bear witness to the truth and virtue of his actions and words. His left hand cradles a begging bowl in a meditative pose. His image brings blessings to all who see it and plants the seeds of Buddhism in their minds.

Part of a set of 10 designs. Get them all and wear a different one every day or share the blessings with your friends.

Product Details

  • Material: Nickel-plated zinc alloy and glass
  • Height: 30mm (1.2-inch)
  • Height with bail connector: 40mm (1.6-inch)
  • Width: 20mm (0.8-inch)
  • Depth: 6mm (0.2-inch)
  • Weight: 0.016 kg (0.04 lb)

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