I dedicate this page to all spiritual artisans of Asia
Thanks to my wonderful husband, there really is not much difference between my personal life and working life. The Bali Beach Museum Shop is also my home, the "day home". There I live in a beautiful, meditative atmosphere. Surrounded by Buddha images, statues of Hinduism deities... incense smells everywhere. Flowers lie on the altars or decorate the ensouled figures. In the background, there is floating music, mostly mantra sounds. I feel the power of the Balinese gods and demons. And with Garuda I get as fast as the wind from the mundane to the world of spirituality. Would you like to fly with me?
In Bali, I learned that there are actually no artists. They are artisans, craftmen of God. Before a Balinese starts something creative, he prays. A deep prayer, an oneness with God. Originally, an artisan does not sign his work because it was the craft of God. Hubert and I did not really look for artworks in Asia. The artworks met us. We were attracted magically. Til today. And you really feel which figure has a soul ...
It is interesting that I did hear much later a discourse from my Guruji Osho, when he talked about this.
"The distinction between the subjective and the objective art is basically based on meditation. Anything that comes out of the mind will remain subjective art, and anything that comes out of no-mind, out of silence, out of meditation, will be objective art.
This definition is simple and will destroy your confusion. Whether you are creating something – you may be a sculptor, you may be a carpenter, you may be a painter, a poet, a singer, a musician – all that has to be remembered is that it is coming out of a silence within you, that it has a spontaneity. It is not prearranged, preprogrammed, pre-thought. As you are creating something you go on being surprised yourself – you have left yourself in the hands of existence." ~ Osho, from The Razor's Edge
I am currently in the process of creating this page. Please excuse me!
But if you want, you can look at "my workspace" on our main website.
With love, Ma Prarthana Nisarga
If you want to see our whole store, follow me on a photo tour.
Click on the photo and off you go. Have fun!
Om Gam Ganapataye Namah Sharanam Ganesha
"remove ostacles from you life", find you Ganesha statue!
Click on the photo to come to our "Ganesha-page".
Many customers call us: The Buddha Shop.
And they are not wrong.
We have a lot of Buddha images from Thailand, Burma, Indonesia, Tibet, Nepal, India, Laos, Cambodia and China.
"Click on the photo and you will have your joy!
Shiva, Krishna, Saravati, Lakshmi, Kali and many deities more.
Do you love the Hindu pantheon? Then you are right here.
Click on the picture and go to the world of the gods!
Personally, I was fascinated by the Tibetan Buddhist imagery early on. Maybe you are too.
Then click on the photo and you will find yourself in this unique culture!
Although our collection of Bali is now in the Museum of the World Ocean in Kaliningrad (Russia), we still have some nice exhibits from the island in our shop.
Click on the photo and enter the world of gods and demons!
Ever wanted to have a small temple at home or maybe at your workplace?
Here you can find beautiful reliefs from Myanmar.
Just click on the photo!
Here you can find Thangka, Tibetan scroll paintings, and other paintings with Buddhist motifs. Click on the picture!
Bali's culture is very colorful and lively.
A constant movement between good and evil that ends in harmony. And this is also reflected in the paintings.
Click on the picture and immerse yourself in a colorful world!
Flowers and plants are a gift of existence. Become a flower and you are in meditation.
Why not looking at a painting?
Click on the photo!
A waterfall, in the rice field, in the mountains ...
Landscapes enchant us and put us into meditation.
Click on the photo and visit our page: paintings with landscapes.
Abstract paintings often come from the "here and now". Pure meditation.
Visit our page by clicking on the photo.
in memory of my little boy "Dallas"
My website has no claim to be scientific. It should only serve as inspiration.
HARI OM and Namaste!
I am pleased that you have visited my website.
I am happy to answer any questions or give you information. I am open to spiritual exchange. Please use the following contact form or click the photo.
With love, Ma Prarthana Nisarga
(Hari OM means: May our hearts be interconnected and aware that we are part of a cosmic whole. May we contribute something together to the Cosmic Whole!)
OM SHANTI SHANTI SHANTI OM
ॐ गम गणपतये नमः OM Gam Ganapataye Namaha