Lion's Roar Foundation – 13th Annual Lion's Roar Foundation Auction
Auction Ends: Dec 2, 2019 10:00 PM EST


Lion's Roar Store: Laura Santi "Green Tara Bodhisattva of Compassion" Print, Small

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Estimated Value
$80 USD
$65 USD to bd0e508e8
Number of Bids
8  -  Bid History

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Item Description


This "Green Tara" print by artist Laura Santi and available in the Lion's Roar Online Store glows with the energy of new spring green grass, potent with the awaking and growth of that season. She is exquisitely beautiful, radiant and ethereal because she is no ordinary being. She is a Bodhisattva, one who has dedicated themselves to helping others.

She appears to us as a young woman, at that time of life where anything feels possible and there is so much to do to make it so. She wears jewels and silk garments, as she is a princess in the pantheon of beings that come to help us. She spontaneously gives aid and protection to all, her compassion available to anyone, in an instant, no matter if they are thief, woman giving birth, or laborer—she knows that personality is just the outer shell that holds the purity of our own true Self within.

Laura Santi began her working life as a graphic designer in 1981 before the time of computers, when art was done by hand. She moved into the Movement Center Ashram which teaches tantric practice, following two lineages received through Sri Saraswati Swami Chetanananda and Lama Tsering Wangdu Rinpoche. Switching careers, she practiced acupuncture for 23 years, incorporating the silent version of Chöd in her practice. She returned to the arts in 2001, and now writes, and paints Buddhist and Hindu deities.

View this and other Buddhis art in the Lion's Roar online Store.

Medium: Fine art giclee print.

Dimensions: 11" w. x 17" l.


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