Bonsai Doug wrote:I believe that is Phra Pidta. I think it means "eye closing."
The meaning of the Phra Pidta is to be indifferent to all external temper and emotions.
Your hobby? This is not your site?Sylvester wrote:Ooh, tilt, you flagged out the hobby!.
tiltbillings wrote:Your hobby? This is not your site?Sylvester wrote:Ooh, tilt, you flagged out the hobby!.
Phra means Monk or amulet and Pidta means close eyed. The image of this person closing its face with his palms is a symbolical image of Maha Thera Sanghajay in Sammabart meditation. In Sammabart meditation one will go into deep absorption, as a result jhanas will appear.
Registered users: Awarewolf, Bing [Bot], chownah, convivium, fig tree, fivebells, Google [Bot], Hickersonia, Kamran, Kim O'Hara, kiwi, kmath, Lazy_eye, lewis454, Majjhima Patipada, mettafuture, Modus.Ponens, pilgrim, reflection, retrofuturist