Paradise of Amitabha - Notebook
Spiral Bound Notebook
Medium Size: 6 × 8 1/2", Large Size: 8 1/2 x 11"
The front cover: detail from thanka code 001-275 Paradise of Amitabha
The back cover contains the following text:
Seated on a lotus throne, the Dhyani Buddha Amitabha presides over Sukhavati, the Western Paradise. Within the mandala of the Dhyani Buddhas, the Western quadrant signifies completion, the harvest of spiritual efforts, and the boundless outflowing of compassion. As Dhyani Buddha, Amitabha embodies the creative energies of enlightened compassion, which flows out from the mandala into the universe in innumerable manifestations. His body glows red with love for all beings, and a lotus flower, symbol of compassion, unfolds within the alms bowl in his hands. Devotion to Amitabha strengthens compassion and orients the mind to rebirth in his paradisal realm, where all who reside there are assured of attaining enlightenment.