Ganesha Sitting

Ganesha Sitting

29 cm (h) x 18.5 cm (w)

White Ganesha sitting on his throne

Beautiful white Ganesha bathed in gentle colours and sitting on a throne of illumination. He has a quality of honour, power and sage like wisdom. Place him in your home to welcome in abundance, and to remove the stumbling blocks and negativity of the past.

Ganesha

 

Ganesh belongs to the pantheon of Indian Gods.

The obvious recognition factor is the visual - Ganesh is the deity with the elephant head. Let's see why is it so, as well as why Ganesh is known as the Remover of Obstacles. There are several versions as to why Ganesh has an elephant head, the most popular one being the story where he was beheaded, then his head replaced with an elephant head by his father, Lord Shiva.

Ganesh is also often depicted with a protruding belly (just like the Laughing Buddha!), as well as many arms (anywhere in between four and sixteen).

In time, the main energy that came to be associated with Ganesh is his ability to remove obstacles. And, who would not benefit from a god-like energy that is there to remove any possible obstacles for you? So Ganesh is often placed in areas that need an opening or clearing; he is also worshipped and brought offerings to when one is starting a business, for example, or embarks on a long andy difficult journey.

Even though there are certainly many subtle meanings attributed to Ganesh, especially by long time worshippers, the one most interesting is his connection/association with the base chakra (Muladhara) from which the spiritual awakening energy (Kundalini) originates. True devotees are praying to Ganesh to remove the obstacles to their spiritual growth, so that they may achieve and know the Ultimate Truth.

Place Ganesh in any area of your bagua that needs some help, or just have the statue (or the image) on your altar. As with the Feng shui placement of any deities, do not place Ganesh on the floor or in low energy areas, such as the bathroom, garage or laundry.

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29 cm (h) x 18.5 cm (w)

White Ganesha sitting on his throne

Beautiful white Ganesha bathed in gentle colours and sitting on a throne of illumination. He has a quality of honour, power and sage like wisdom. Place him in your home to welcome in abundance, and to remove the stumbling blocks and negativity of the past.

Ganesha

 

Ganesh belongs to the pantheon of Indian Gods.

The obvious recognition factor is the visual - Ganesh is the deity with the elephant head. Let's see why is it so, as well as why Ganesh is known as the Remover of Obstacles. There are several versions as to why Ganesh has an elephant head, the most popular one being the story where he was beheaded, then his head replaced with an elephant head by his father, Lord Shiva.

Ganesh is also often depicted with a protruding belly (just like the Laughing Buddha!), as well as many arms (anywhere in between four and sixteen).

In time, the main energy that came to be associated with Ganesh is his ability to remove obstacles. And, who would not benefit from a god-like energy that is there to remove any possible obstacles for you? So Ganesh is often placed in areas that need an opening or clearing; he is also worshipped and brought offerings to when one is starting a business, for example, or embarks on a long andy difficult journey.

Even though there are certainly many subtle meanings attributed to Ganesh, especially by long time worshippers, the one most interesting is his connection/association with the base chakra (Muladhara) from which the spiritual awakening energy (Kundalini) originates. True devotees are praying to Ganesh to remove the obstacles to their spiritual growth, so that they may achieve and know the Ultimate Truth.

Place Ganesh in any area of your bagua that needs some help, or just have the statue (or the image) on your altar. As with the Feng shui placement of any deities, do not place Ganesh on the floor or in low energy areas, such as the bathroom, garage or laundry.

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