Buddha of Atrociousness III

Buddha is hip, Buddha is chic, who wants to signalize spiritual maturity places at least one Buddha figure anywhere in his apartment!
With this model (between the indoor fountains „Miau“ and „Arielle“), I would be almost tempted to find it nice – but has this really to be: a ceramic block – of course, in black and white (- you just know that of this Asian meditation culture, there is everything black and white and square, isn’t it?), on the top a bulky little lotosflower, over which then can trickle always the same water, until it smells foul and one maybe get up his wisdom bu… to change the water? And once again the Buddha seems slightly tilting backwards – the designer has probably never practiced Zazen in his life, otherwise he would know, that one wouldn’t feel comfortable to sit only 5 Minutes in this posture, not to mention hours. But anyway, that’s not the point, because: with the charming little „Climaqua Indoor Fountain BUDDHA MEH“ (Coop Bau & Hobby) Meditation happens by itself. Simply plug in and let it run. God Buddha be praised!

© Barbara-Paraprem, 2016

Buddha of Atrociousness I
Buddha of Atrociousness II



There the Buddhist…

…has eaten a salami pretzel – after years of successfully abstinence of carnal desire.
Salami Pretzel © Barbara-Paraprem, 2015

And there, after her fourth yoga lesson, she has bitten off today of the buddha cookie…

Definitly an exorcism necessary.

Photos: © Barbara-Paraprem, 2015



Jesus vs. Buddha – Aidan Killian

Due the fact of my newest comic „Jesus meets Buddha“, I searched a little bit in Google with „Jesus Buddha Comic“. And so I found this comedy show from the comedian Aidan Killian: „Jesus Vs. Buddha“. I admit, that I understand only a little, because my English is not so good, but anyway: I like it, somehow… 😉

Buddha Ushnishavijaya

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Goddess Ushnishavijaya in Stupa (Tibet, 15th century, Rubin Museum, commons.wikimedia.org)

Goddess Usnisavijaya in Stupa
Tibet, 15th century, rubinmuseum.org
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„Usnisavijaya“ or „Us(h)nis(h)a Vijaya“ (Tibetan: གཙུག་གཏོར་རྣམ་རྒྱལ་མ།, gTsug-tor rNam-par rGyal-ma, commonly pronounced „Namgyalma“, English: „victorious goddess of the ushnisha„) is a female Buddha of longevity.

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