“Monk” Small Bumper Sticker
ROOT CONCEPTS progressive Small Bumper Stickers measure approx. 5.5 x 1.5 inches and are printed on high quality outdoor vinyl.
Our bumper stickers encourage freedom of speech, a healthy diet, a political voice, and the beauty of nature and spirituality. Let the world hear your voice with one of these bumper stickers!
Of all the Buddhist symbols,
this one is closest to our hearts, and we think it makes for great spiritual
stickers. This humble monk has devoted his life to service, with the
consistent intention of loving action. His tools are compassionate
listening, graceful empathy, a daily mindfulness practice and a grateful
Buddhist symbols like this
function as a reminder of, and also as a tribute to, all those who live
their lives in service to the ‘least of these’…. the sick and dying,
the elderly and forgotten and to a mindfulness practice constantly
focused on the present moment. The strength it takes to lead a
life of service is special and rare, and that’s what these spiritual
stickers are all about.
This monk does not live in
a building of religion, but rather in the place where the best in you
and I resides.
These spiritual stickers encapsulate
one of the most powerful Buddhist symbols into a perfectly simple visual
statement. These stickers are great for Buddhists, but also for anyone
of any faith or religion who appreciates the power of a daily mindfulness
practice and devotion to service.
Generosity is another quality
which, like patience, letting go, non-judging, and trust, provides a
solid foundation for mindfulness practice. You
might experiment with using the cultivation of generosity as a vehicle
for deep self-observation and inquiry as well as an exercise in giving.
A good place to start is with yourself. See if you can give yourself
gifts that may be true blessings, such as self-acceptance, or some time
each day with no purpose. Practice feeling deserving enough to accept
these gifts without obligation-to simply receive from yourself, and
from the universe.
The practice of mindfulness
begins in the small, remote cave of your unconscious mind and blossoms
with the sunlight of your conscious life, reaching far beyond the people
and places you can see. — Earon Davis
As long as we have practiced
neither concentration nor mindfulness, the ego takes itself for granted
and remains its usual normal size, as big as the people around one will
allow.– Ayya Khema