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Aparmita (also known as Amitayus) represents the longevity attribute of Amitabha Buddha. In Sanskrit, the Amitayus meaning translates as “infinite life”. Additionally, Amitayus practice is commonly performed in Tibet in the hopes that he will prolong the lives of devotees.
Buddhist deities statues of Aparmita statues feature his immortality vessel filled with “amrita”, the sacred elixir of immortality and awakening. A replica of his immortality vessel is filled with consecrated wine and it is the centerpiece of the longevity ritual. After the Amitayus practice is performed devotees each drink some of the consecrated wine and also consume some small pills made of dough.
It is believed that the effectiveness of the ritual depends on the faith of devotees in the longevity powers of Amitabha. Therefore, if the ritual is not effective it is blamed on a lack of devotion.
Amitayus is usually depicted seated in a meditation posture with a vase (kalasha) in his hands, which contains the elixir of immortality (amrita) and leaves of the Ashoka tree. It symbolizes “a long life without the misery (shoka) of disease. On top of the vase can be an alms bowl.
When we speak on Amitayus, “Limitless Life” refers to his blessings and virtue, while “Limitless Light” refers to his wisdom as Amitabha. Blessings, virtues and wisdom of Amitayus are limitless and so are his spiritual powers, his attributes and his teachings.
The smaller Sukhavativyuha Sutra defines why he is named Amitayus:
“Moreover, Shariputra, the life of that Buddha and that of his people extends for measureless, limitless asamkhyeya(“uncountable”) kalpas (aeons); for this reason he is called Amitayus. And Shariputra, since Amitabha realized Buddhahood ten kalpas have passed.”
“Om A Ma Ra Ni Dzi Wan Ti Ye Soha”
Legendary Dzi Beads, great collection of different ages and qualities of beads. Ancient talismans - a large selection of patterns. Check our DZI BEADS CATALOG
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Buddha, Green Tara, Amitabha, Padmasambhava, Amitaus, Samantabhadra. All Buddhist Statues made in Nepal by hand using old technology of gold & silver platting
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Tibetan & Nepali Goods
We started in 2015 as a supplier of famous energy seeds - Rudraksha & Bodhi from Nepal. Now we providing an online shopping service with various of categories Tibetan and Nepali Goods. Most of products we sell are made by hand in Nepalese and Tibetan family factories.
The main categories in Rudraxis Store:
- Legendary Dzi beads & Gems / Dzi Beads Catalog
- Natural ethnic Jewelry / Nepali & Tibet culture
- Rudraksha & Bodhi seeds mala (rosary) / wood, stone rosary
- Altar Buddhist goods for practice
- Handmade Crafts from Nepal and Tibet
- Statues handmade, big collection / copper, silver, brass / gold and silver plated)
- Asia Antique / order by request
Tibet has long been famous for its secrets and mysteries, and Tibetan beads Dzi - one of them. They appeared thousands of years ago, as if from nowhere. Legends go about their origin and amazing properties. We will try to fully consecrate the secret of origin and solve the riddles associated with these Tibetan talismans.
We have collected all our experience and knowledge about Dzi Beads and made a web catalog for people who interested of getting more knowledge of Dzi history and legends. In Dzi Beads Catalog you ca find a true description and meaning of each Dzi Bead pattern, specificity for most of existing Dzi Beads, with photo.
DZI BEADS CATALOG from Rudraxis
Articles about beads history, myths & legends associated with Dzi Beads you can found in catalog.
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