Our Buddha's
Each carving is fairly traded from Bali, Indonesia and is made from a sustainable wood called Suar or Monkeypod. Each piece is unique to the Artisan who carved it and the natural shapes of the wood.
X-Large Buddha
This meditation Buddha holds both hands in the discussion or reasoning position. This peaceful meditating hand carved Buddha statue is perfect for indoor as well as outdoor garden and patio decor.
Large Buddha
This figure depicts the mudra (hand gesture) called mida-no jouin. The left hand mirrors the right, representing the two worlds of enlightenment and illusion.

A mudra like this is used to detach from the everyday events of life which may be filled with desire, lust and passion and instead contemplate what lies beyond with discriminating awareness.
Although we don't currently sell on-line we have a large assortment of items we are happy to ship across Canada. Simply email us your wish list and we will let you know what we currently have in stock and get out to you within just a few days. Contact us at [email protected]
About Buddha...
The Buddha Statue is a symbol of Buddhism's ancient founder, Siddhartha Gautama, a prince from northern India. He lived from about 563 to 483 BC.

Buddha Statue: A Symbol Hungry for Hope
The Buddha Statue represents a philosophical belief system that's deeply concerned with overcoming suffering. The hope of nirvana is really a hope in finally ending the cycle of suffering in this world. The law of karma can be very rigid and impersonal. Under the Buddhist system of moral cause and effect there is no mercy and no forgiveness. Escape is only possible through a continuous cycle of good deeds and striving for "unattainable" self-perfection.

Buddha Statue: A Symbol of the Enlightened One
The Buddha Statue signifies the "Enlightened One," the basic idol of Buddhism. Buddhism conveys the philosophy of self-perfection - its essentials are contained in the Four Noble Truths and the Noble Eightfold Path. Buddhism adheres to various "scriptures." Buddhists hold the Pali Canon to be the oldest and most authoritative "scripture."

The Four Noble Truths affirm that (i) life is full of suffering (dukkha); (ii) suffering is caused by craving (samudaya); (iii) suffering will cease only when craving ceases (nirodha); and (iv) this can be achieved by following the Noble Eightfold Path. Generally, the Path consists of right views, right aspiration, right speech, right conduct, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right contemplation.

Other Buddhist Philosophies include the belief that nothing in life is permanent (anicca), that individual selves do not truly exist (anatta), that all is determined by an impersonal law of moral causation (karma), that reincarnation is an endless cycle of continuous suffering, and that the goal of life is to break out of this cycle by finally extinguishing the flame of life and entering a permanent state of pure nonexistence (nirvana).