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The 1000-armed representation of Kwan Yin comes from a Buddhist legend about her aiding so many people facing struggle that her head split into 11 pieces. Amitabha Buddha, seeing her plight, gave her 11 heads in order to hear the cries of the suffering and a thousand arms with which to aid them.

The 1000-armed representation of Kwan Yin comes from a Buddhist legend about her aiding so many people facing struggle that her head split into 11 pieces. Amitabha Buddha, seeing her plight, gave her 11 heads in order to hear the cries of the suffering and a thousand arms with which to aid them.

Avalokiteshvara, bodhisattva of compassion

Avalokiteshvara, bodhisattva of compassion

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JAPANese National Treasure, Seated Statue of Senju Kannon 千手觀音座像(葛井寺)

JAPANese National Treasure, Seated Statue of Senju Kannon 千手觀音座像(葛井寺)

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Eleven-Headed Kannon (Ekadashamukha) : Nanbokuchô period 1336–1392 The eleven-headed form of the bodhisattva Kannon wasone of the first deities of Esoteric Buddhism to be worshiped in Japan. Ten of his heads are in the form of bodhisattvas. The eleventh, the topmost, is that of Amida (Sanskrit: Amitâbha), the Buddha of which Kannon is considered an emanation. The eleven heads symbolize Kannon's ability to see suffering in all corners of the universe and respond with compassion to those in…

Eleven-Headed Kannon (Ekadashamukha) : Nanbokuchô period 1336–1392 The eleven-headed form of the bodhisattva Kannon wasone of the first deities of Esoteric Buddhism to be worshiped in Japan. Ten of his heads are in the form of bodhisattvas. The eleventh, the topmost, is that of Amida (Sanskrit: Amitâbha), the Buddha of which Kannon is considered an emanation. The eleven heads symbolize Kannon's ability to see suffering in all corners of the universe and respond with compassion to those in…

amyipaguana:    Chenrezig Mandala (Esoteric Black Thangka)  http://www.thisisourstory.net/tapestry-of-life/

amyipaguana: Chenrezig Mandala (Esoteric Black Thangka) http://www.thisisourstory.net/tapestry-of-life/

Dancing dakini perhpas a perfected female deity holds the Buddhist wheel of wisdom -dharmachakra- in her right hand, flanked by golden fish and surmounted by a conch, symbols of auspiciousness. On paper from a larger sheet (now lost). 18th C. Tibet

Dancing dakini perhpas a perfected female deity holds the Buddhist wheel of wisdom -dharmachakra- in her right hand, flanked by golden fish and surmounted by a conch, symbols of auspiciousness. On paper from a larger sheet (now lost). 18th C. Tibet

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