You can feel the power of these Ganesha statues when you hold them. They are dense and heavy. The gradient, antiqued bronze finish illuminates the face and elegant trunk of this great Hindu god – as well as the trishul engraved at his Third Eye. So much meaning and symbolism in this piece. If you are feeling blocked, Ganesha is awaiting your prayer for help.
Oh, Ganesha! God of success and great remover of obstacles. You ease our path and make the way clear for us. This Ganesha statue honors his benevolence and empowers us to proceed on our soul path, so that we might fulfill our Highest Calling. Ganesha brings the Divine Masculine presence of beauty and appreciation for the bounty that surrounds us. And the trishul, a powerful trident, is a Hindu-Buddhist religious symbol that represents various trinities. For example, past, present, and future; creation, maintenance, and destruction; or ida, pingala, and shushmana (three energy centers within the body). As a weapon, the trishul is wielded by both Durga and Shiva, used by the latter to cut off Ganesha’s head. It is said to be a weapon that can destroy worlds and planes, leveling us all to a state of bliss. Invoke this weapon to destroy and remove whatever is standing in your way.
I recommend placing this statue in your ceremony room, amid your manifestation tools, or on your prosperity altar. As this magnificent deity inhabits your sacred space, may you honor him with reverence and may he serve you well.
This listing is for one (1) Ganesha metal statue, about 4” tall by 3.5” wide. Yours will come to you beautifully parceled for your pleasure and delight.
Blessings of great success,
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This statue is pure bliss and is a great addition to my altar!
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This Ganesha is on my computer desk. I stroke her trunk all the time. I remember doing this to a statue in a parish cathedral. (we were allowed). Where it is touched the brass was shiny because the tarnish was worn off, but it didn’t harm the metal. My little Ganesha has a GORGEOUS red/brown patina everywhere except her truck which is now becoming a brighter, shiny warm copper color. It is cast with thicker walls & is very hefty in weight. She is a beaut!
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