Lord Buddha increase the flow of Chi and bring prosperity and great fortune. According to ancient Chinese claims, Chi form of energy that is omnipresent. The presence of chi in your home ensures that there is a balance of harmony, joy and wealth. Attaining NIRVANA means attaining perfect HARMONY.
To understand what Nirvana is or what Nirvana means, you should have some knowledge of eastern religions or philosophies, especially Sanatana Dharma, known as Hinduism, Buddha Dharma known as Buddhism, and Jain Dharma known as Jainism. Nirvana, which is a Sanskrit word. Literally speaking, Nirvana means blowing out or putting out or extinguishing a lamp or fire. It was the tradition in ancient India to put out the domestic fires before one began the journey of renunciation and asceticism (sanyasa). It signaled the end of worldly life and the beginning of a life of renunciation, non-seeking and non-striving.
Nirvana also means extinction, the absolute and final extinction or annihilation of all desires, individuality and attachment. Nirvana was thus an appropriate word to described the existence of an ascetic who stopped cooking food, keeping fire and subsisted on what Nature provided as a discarded material, until he extinguished his body through slow starvation and, in the end, life itself.
In philosophical or spiritual terms, Nirvana signifies the end of such an austere effort. It refers to the state of non-existence, non-becoming and non-beingness resulting from the annihilation of beingness and individuality at the end of a long and arduous spiritual effort.
- In Indian religions, nirvana is synonymous with moksha and mukti. All Indian religions assert it to be a state of perfect quietude, freedom, highest happiness as well as the liberation from or ending of samsara, the repeating cycle of birth, life and death.
- However, non-Buddhist and Buddhist traditions describe these terms for liberation differently. In the Buddhist context, nirvana refers to realization of non-self and emptiness, marking the end of rebirth by stilling the fires that keep the process of rebirth going
- In Hindu philosophy, it is the union of or the realization of the identity of Atman with Brahman, depending on the Hindu tradition.
- In Jainism, nirvana is also the soteriological goal, representing the release of a soul from karmic bondage and samsara.
Jain Dharma also recognizes the dual states of existence, non-existence, beingness and non-beingness, becoming and non-becoming, but view the entire process in individual terms as the states of individual souls in varying states of bondage and liberation.
This is again because Jainism does not recognize a universal creator God, but only the eternal existence of individual souls, who during every cycle of creation become subject to desires, delusion, becoming and being, which results in their karma, bondage and the cycle of births and deaths. When beings manage to arrest these processes, through self-purification and intense austerities, they return to their original, pristine eternal state of aloneness and remain in the highest sphere of the universe as pure souls.
Thus, Nirvana in Jainism signifies the state of aloneness (kaivalya), awareness, liberation and purity.
Thus, we have three fundamental views of Nirvana.
- Nirvana - Emptiness, nothingness, a state of non-becoming and non-beingness.
- Nirvana - An eternal and independent state of non-becoming and non-beingness.
- Nirvana - An independent, lonely and liberated state of non-becoming and non-beingness.
Photorealism is a genre of art that encompasses painting, drawing and other graphic media, in which an artist studies a photograph and then attempts to reproduce the image as realistically as possible in another medium.
Getting inspired by colors of FIRE; the background is created using hues of Orange, Ochre, Rust and Gold.
Color Pigment powder of Red Brown and Burnt Sienna
The Impressionists main goal was to capture the moment, not to create intricately detailed or studio style works that took weeks or months to complete. They were all about being new, being modern, being in the moment. Taking an impression of something that would change with every minor shift in light. So they worked from life, in the open air, and they worked fast, putting paint down on canvas in a new way to capture their new ideas. Instead of details, and use short, “BROKEN” brush strokes of mixed and unmixed color to achieve an effect of intense color vibration.
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