Placing a statue of the Buddha garden in your house, temple or retreat is not a minor undertaking. The Buddhist, in fact, would like to compare the mere act of doing so to a living and active meditation of itself. When Buddhist or Hindu monks build works of sculpture, mandalas for wood, carving, drawing, of landscaping … They do this with a humble intention to move upward on the illuminated path. It is the combination of physical actions, mindfulness and loving intent that creates the same friction and perfection recipe that makes it possible for an oyster to turn a sand granule into a Perl. Kindly visit buddha head statue to find more information.
Placing a Buddha garden statue in your home, temple or resort on a more practical level is not a small undertaking, as the statues themselves usually weigh in hundreds of pounds. It is not uncommon for them to be lifted to rest on their concrete or stone pestles by crane over fences. And the moto of this tale is close to the popularized biblical nursery rhyme of “Create our house on a rock and not on sand.” Because if you don’t take the time and energy to adequately plan your base / pedestal for one of these massive Buddha garden sculptures, it will soon lean like the Leaning Tower of Pisa after a few rains drop.
My favorite Buddha garden statue is made of granite, touching posture in the earth and having a Siraschakra (corona or halo). To me, the elegant touch of the corona seems to imbue the outdoor space with an extra— transcendent energy that is ever present.