Statues of gods, angels or spiritual figures are a wonderful support for meditation. Through their appearance, they create the right devotional ambience in the blink of an eye and help to immerse yourself. Best known are Buddha figures, which have become a symbol of relaxation and meditation. But also the Indian god of success Ganesha, the goddess Lakshmi, as well as the gods Kuan Yin, Tara and Shiva are very popular as statues.
Relaxation, inspiration and mindfulness with statues
All these statues are also popular for decoration for the wellness area, spa, yoga room, meditation corner or simply for the spirit touch at home. For many people, the gods revive the last trip to India or they are an inspiration for the next Asian vacation. The figures are also always a reminder to be more mindful of yourself or your happiness. Because often everyday life leaves us no time for it.
Buy statues: What do I have to spend?
Statues come in all price ranges and in many materials. For example, if you want to buy a Ganesha statue, you can choose between a large, heavy brass version for almost 500 Euro and a colorful resin figure for around 90 Euro. This also applies to the Buddhas, for which there is also a wide price range. The wide range offers a lot of choice and inspiration and for every budget. First and foremost, of course, the statue must please and only then should come the price.
Art and meditation combined
Faith has always enabled artists to perform at their best. Today, you can admire the incredible achievements at home, because many of our statues are replicas of famous works of art. Template of many resin statues are often famous works, such as Madonna of Bruges by Michelangelo or Thorvaldsen's Christ statue. You can get not only a beautiful meditation accessory with the statue, but also a replica of a great work of art.
The wise quotes of Buddha are among the most popular search results on Google and Pinterest today. This is because the deep insights Buddha gained through his enlightenment have lost none of their relevance today. A beautiful Buddha on the desk or in the yoga or meditation corner radiates exactly this wisdom and is not for nothing a worldwide symbol of wellness and peace.
Meditation with angels
Angels have always had their place in the house. Often in the area of the house altar, on paintings or in front of the house. Why not continue this tradition in a modern way? Angels are wonderful companions in meditation and they are always there when you need them. Each of the four archangels Michael, Rafael, Uriel and Gabriel represents a particular strength that finds its way into meditation. Rafael, for example, is the archangel for healing and protection and gives new hope.
Statues and their symbolism
The representation of the gods and statues are full of symbolism and are often based on ancient legends. They are the reason why, for example, the god Ganesha has a broken ivory tooth and an elephant head. And what the details in the representation of the statues mean, e.g. the raised protective hand of Green Tara or the teaching hand of Buddha in "Teaching Pose". More detailed explanations can be found in the respective product descriptions.
Buddha & Co. for the garden
Figures made of synthetic resin (polyresin) are easily suitable for outdoor use. They are a beautiful garden decoration, decorate the entrance area or balcony and terrace. Especially impressive looks a meditating Buddha next to the front door or on the terrace. In the garden it fits ideally in the Zen garden on white gravel or to the red maple shrub. yoga frog or the meditating cat, on the other hand, bring some humor and lightness to the balcony and terrace, while a Ganesha will increase the chances of success in life.
You can buy the following statues for your meditation place from us:
Chinese gods like Kuan Yin.
Angels and Christian figures such as Mary Magdalene or Christ.