The Blood-red blody and flaming halo of Azien Myoo, the Wisdom King of Passion, symbolize how, in Buddhist practice, the violent energies of carnality and desire can be converted in the pursuit of enlightenment.
Aizen Myoo is the embodiment of rage: his hair stands on end a snarling lion rises from his head, and his six arms brandish Esoteric Buddhist weapons and other emblems of power. The bow and arrow in his middle hands are attributes appropriated from Kama, the Hindu god of Love. In Contrast to this righteous anger, jewels of good fortune forming flaming clusters spill from a vase in front of the deity's lotus throne. While Aizen Myoo's appearance may instill fear, the faithful afflicted with problems of the heart address him as a popular intercessor.
14th Century Japan
These reusable cloth face masks provide a physical barrier around the face. They, however, are not medical-grade, thus, not meant for medical use. Great for everyday use for overall protection.
.: 100% Polyester
.: Elastic earloops
.: Two layers of cloth
.: One size
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