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Traditional bhavachakra wall mural of Yama holding the wheel of life, Buddha pointing the way out - Saṃsāra (Buddhism) - Wikipedia

A Tibetan artist explains what's at the center of a Buddhist wheel of life.

Tibet                                                       …

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Buddhism - Traditional Tibetan Buddhist Thangka depicting the Wheel of Life with its six realms

Tibetan Buddhism views life as a cycle of birth, death and rebirth called samsara. Our samsara is our daily creation formed by the choices we make. The Wheel of Life is a visual aid helping us to understand this cyclical existence, while offering clear teachings as to why certain choices will simply continue to perpetuate suffering.

The Wheel of Life is years old and was a gift from Buddha. The mandala reflects back to us much information about the nature of the human mind, which has a strong tendency toward the illusion of permanence.

Tangka Mandala Auspicieux                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Tangka Mandala Auspicieux Plus

Desire realm - Tibetan Bhavacakra or Wheel of Life, in Sera, Lhasa

A painting of the bhavacakra (the wheel of life) Sera Monastery, Tibet. The bhavacakra is a symbolic representation of samsara (or cyclic existence) found on the outside walls of Tibetan Buddhist temples and monasteries in the Indo-Tibet region.