Jizo Bodhisattva pictures
The Jizo King Bodhisattva is the Jizo Bodhisattva and is one of the four major bodhisattvas. The Tibetan Buddhist name is Ksitigarbha. According to the "Tibetan Scriptures", this bodhisattva is called Jizo because it is "unbearable like the earth and meditation is as deep as a secret possession". The Jizo Bodhisattva is a symbol of great wishes. Because of his wish, "Hell is not empty, and he will not swear to become a Buddha." Therefore, Buddhists often call it the Dawang Jizo Bodhisattva. Yinghua Dojo is Mount Jiuhua in Anhui. Also called Da Yuan Bodhisattva.
Jizo Bodhisattva is covered between yin and yang, leaving darkness and suffering in the dim world of yin and breadth, suffering in yang and breadth. And he made a wish to spend all beings and then become a Buddha (there is a saying: Hell is not empty, and he will not swear to become a Buddha.) It can be seen that the desires of the people are endless. The Jizo Bodhisattva bears witness to the great misery, and generally advises us to do our best in life, not to create evil, to escape from the suffering of the sea of rebirth, and to be as happy as Nirvana. The mount of the Jizo Bodhisattva is like a lion-shaped monster, whose name is: "Listen". Heting is also known as "unicorn", "earth listening", and "good listening". It is the treasure of the mountain in Jiuhuashan Town, and is said to be the mount of the golden Tibetan Buddha. Buddhism respects you as a god dog. Later generations have known Buddhism, being human, avoiding evil, and are regarded as auspicious symbols.
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