The electric Buddha fountain features a serene Buddha sitting alongside a stone-like structure.
To use, lift the top portion and attach the included pump to the connector tube and stick suction cup end to bottom of the water reservoir. Plug in and use on/off switch on pump. Use with distilled water only. Instructions included.
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The six main mudras are;
Dhyana Mudra – This mudra signifies meditation. Both hands are in the lap with palms upward. The right hand is on top of the left hand.
Bhumisparsa Mudra – Subduing Mara, Calling the Earth to Witness. The left hand lies in the lap, palm upward. The right hand bends over the right knee, with fingers slightly touching the ground.
Abhaya Mudra – Imparting Fearlessness. Make this gesture with the hand raised and the palm facing outwards, fingers extended pointing upward. Bend the wrist at a right angle with the forearm.
Vitarka Mudra – Teaching, Giving Instruction, Reason. Hold the hand closer to the chest than in the Abhaya Mudra. The palm is facing outward. Make a circle with the index finger and the thumb. The other three fingers point upward.
Dharmachakra Mudra – Turning the Wheel of the Law in Motion. Same gesture with both hands as in Vitarka Mudra. However, hold the hands closer to the chest. The fingers of the left hand also rest against the palm of the right hand.
Varada Mudra – Symbolizing Charity. The hand lowered with the palm facing outward is the gesture of bestowing blessings or of giving charity. Extend the hand downward, palm out.
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