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Chenrezig (1000-Armed) Copper Statue, 6 inches

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An oxidised-finish copper statue of 1000-Armed Chenrezig, crafted with full iconographic detail according to traditional scriptural sources. Suitable as an object of veneration for smaller or travel altars and for all who would like to tap into Chenrezig's compassionate and peaceful energies.

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SKU: 81003137
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$208.00

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An oxidised-finish copper statue of 1000-Armed Chenrezig, crafted with full iconographic detail according to traditional scriptural sources. Suitable as an object of veneration for smaller or travel altars and for all who would like to tap into Chenrezig's compassionate and peaceful energies.

Also known as Kuan Yin (in Chinese), Avalokiteshvara (in Sanskrit) or Kwannon (in Japanese), Chenrezig is widely revered for watching over all sentient beings with great compassion. His serene image blesses our mind stream, and enhances the development of our compassion on the path to enlightenment. His image also encourages harmony, calms the immediate environment and grants protection from negative energy.

His 1000-armed form is specifically known as Avalokita. Upon gaining Enlightenment, Chenrezig made a vow never to rest until he had freed all sentient beings from Samsara. Despite his best efforts however, countless beings still remained in Samsara. Struggling to comprehend the needs of so many beings, Chenrezig’s head split into 11 pieces. Seeing his plight, his guru Buddha Amitabha appeared to him and created 11 new heads from the 11 pieces, which Chenrezig could use to hear the cries of those in Samsara. Hearing so much suffering, Chenrezig stretched his arms out to help but they shattered into pieces from his efforts to help all. Coming to his aid once more, Amitabha bestowed him with a thousand new arms to aid sentient beings.

Each of his 1000 hands has an eye in the centre of the palm, representing not only his ability to see the torment all sentient beings endure but also the 1000 Buddhas of our aeon. His two main hands are folded in prayer, holding a wish-fulfilling jewel at his heart. In this same way, he holds Bodhicitta, or altruistic love for all sentient beings closest to his heart. He inspires us to practise real inner transformation of our negative qualities, thus becoming truly beautiful from the inside out.

This statue can be personalised with a hand-painted face, using real gold dust. One can also offer traditional brocade clothing, pearls and semi-precious stones, as H.E. the 25th Tsem Rinpoche always encourages the practice of making offerings to the Three Jewels, which creates the causes for us to attain the six paramitas (perfections).

Get a complimentary set of Herbal Rilbus for every statue you invite.
* While stocks last.

Product Details

  • Material: Copper
  • Height: 153mm (6-in)
  • Width: 89mm (3.5-in)
  • Depth: 41mm (1.6-in)
  • Weight: 0.3 kg (0.7 lb)

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*Prices listed exclude personalisation services (e.g. face painting, body painting, mantra insertion, traditional clothing, etc).

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