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What is the meaning of our chubby Buddha statue that has his hands covering his eyes?

my wife recently brought home a small Buddha statue. It’s one of the happy / chubby variety however it has it’s hands over it’s eyes – does anyone know what this statue means or it’s purpose? Thanks!

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  1. The See No Evil Buddha, known as ‘Mizaru’ in Japanese, is depicted with his hands over his eyes.
    It is a buddha, but it is not the Buddha (Siddhartha).

  2. Greed is a disease that brings shame on the greedy with conscience.
    Unfortunately most of the greedy do not have conscience.
    That is why our world is having economic collapse with Extreme capitalism threatening to bring down our world.

  3. Phra Pit Ta (buddha with no eyes) Good Luck with business and protection from bad people. RARE! Soul Essentials of Ocala-PEACE, LOVE, AND LIGHT!

  4. I have one as well. It attracted me because I recognize that what we see (perceive) as reality is often deceptive. It is only through inner wisdom that we “see” truth.

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