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Amor (11) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Amor (11) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Amor (11) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Amor (11) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Amor (11) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Amor (11) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Amor (11) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Amor (11) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Amor (11) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Amor (11) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera
Amor (11) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera

Amor (11) * Omamori bendecido por monjes, Kyoto * Para billetera

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IMAGEN: Nyorin Kannon (Cintāmaṇicakra)

Cintāmaṇicakra (japanese Nyorin Kannon 如意輪観音) is a bodhisattva and a manifestation of Avalokiteśvara. He is counted as one among six forms that represent salvation afforded to beings among the six realms of samsara.

Since the Heian period, Cintāmaṇicakra has often been depicted with six arms and sitting atop a lotus on a rock protruding from the ocean. This may be a reference to Mount Potalaka, Avalokiteśvara's legendary abode. His right knee is raised with his right foot resting on the left foot. He wears a crown that bears an image of Amitābha Buddha.

In his left hands he holds a lotus and a wheel, while the third arm rests on the dais. His right hands hold a rosary, a wish-fulfilling jewel, and the third usually caresses his face in an attitude of contemplation.

Several variations exist, and Cintāmaṇicakra may have anywhere from two to twelve arms. In two-armed images, he does not hold a jewel and he may be seated with his right leg crossed at the ankle over his left leg. This imagery is similar to that of the statue of Maitreya at Chūgū-ji in Nara, which has been mistakenly venerated as Cintāmaṇicakra.

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