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The embracing of Buddhist teachings is what makes it such good luck to bring a statue into your home. Whilst it’s definitely worth doing your research to know exactly what it is that your statue can do for you (not least so that you can make the most out of its presence), there is no such thing as bad luck from buying a Buddha statue for yourself, so long as you keep it clean and treat it with its due respect.
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Buddha statues don’t have to be used exclusively for meditation and Buddhist worship. Whilst meditative guidance and the replication of the sensation of a Buddhist temple is exactly the reason why many Buddhists are drawn to having statues in the home, different statues can mean different things for everybody. 
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Through learning and comprehending what it is your Buddha statue represents through its body and hand positionings, you can truly interpret what it is bringing to your space, and therefore how to benefit from it for your personal ambitions. 
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Spirituality is a very personal journey, and this is reflected in how somebody chooses to use their Buddha statue. As long as individuals treat their statues with the warranted respect, it is completely down to each person as to how they use a Buddha statue to enhance their experience and understanding of Buddhism.  
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Whilst the concept varies throughout time, ‘bodhisattva’ ultimately refers to an individual who is on the way to becoming a Buddha.

Bodhisattvas are key in Buddhist iconography and are widely depicted in art and literature.

The ultimate destination of a bodhisattva is awakening, which is why the term literally translates to ‘one whose goal is awakening.’

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