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Guanyin Peace and Love Poster

Common price: $15.00 Our price: $9.95 each

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Printed Text: 
"Guanyin Goddess of Peace" 

Description:
Guanyin (Kuan-yin) is the bodhisattva associated with compassion as venerated by East Asian Buddhists. Because this bodhisattva is considered the personification of compassion and kindness, a mother-goddess and patron of mothers and seamen, the representation in China was further interpreted in an all-female form around the 12th century.

In Mahayana Buddhism, gender is no obstacle to attaining enlightenment (or nirvana). The Buddhist concept of non-duality applies here. The Vimalakirti Sutra in the Goddess chapter clearly illustrates an enlightened being who is also a female and deity. In the Lotus Sutra a maiden became enlightened in a very short time span. The view that the bodhisattva Avalokitesvara is also the goddess Guanyin does not seem contradictory to Buddhist beliefs.

Due to her symbolization of compassion, in East Asia Guanyin is associated with vegetarianism. Chinese vegetarian restaurants are generally decorated with her image, and she appears in most Buddhist vegetarian pamphlets and magazines.

GO VEGETARIAN, FOR PEACE AND YOUR HEALTH

Product Details:
Poster is full-color, one-sided, and printed without the website watermark on the image as shown.

Posters are 18" X 24" printed on 80# coated cover stock with matte finish, and cost only $9.95, plus shipping. The prints are heat sensitive - do not dry mount. 


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