Eskimo Buddhism is the non religious application of popular traditional Buddhist principles and the exaction of those impracticable.
Other principles are also incorporated into the belief which have less to do with Buddhism and more to do with modern life.
Eskimo Buddhism is unisex and can be represented in male, female and child forms.
Its embracing guiding principles are to name a few:
The search for enlightenment
The cultivation of wisdom
Loyalty to fellow man woman and child
Building of fortune
Belief in good luck
ArtistBirgit Stauch I was commissioned in 2006 to make this bronze which subsequently became the centerpiece symbol of Eskimo Buddhism. Soon a smaller bronze version and a Lady Eskimo Buddha as well as Baby Eskimo Buddha will be available, visit also my Blog to find more information Birgitstauchartist.blogspot.com
A friend of mine showed me a bronze Eskimo Buddha he had had made. It inspired me to make a Mughal painting version of the representation. .
I also commissioned an Indian artist to make me a small wood figurine depiction of my painting which I will post here shortly on my blog: Saifuddinartist.blogspot.com
Eskimo Buddhism - FAQ
What is Eskimo Buddhism?
Eskimo Buddhism is a positive state of mind transcending the rigors of modern daily life.
Who is Eskimo Buddha?
Who can become an Eskimo Buddha? Everyone!
I am religious and dont want to give up my faith can I still be an Eskimo Buddhist?
Yes absolutely! Eskimo Buddhism is not a religion it is a belief.
I am a woman, can I still be an
Eskimo Buddhism is gender neutral so you can be Lady Eskimo Buddha and your child Baby Eskimo Buddha!
What do I have to do to become
an Eskimo Buddha?
Be ethical, altruistisc, believe in good fortuity, strive for better fortune, love your family, live simply but well, be happy, be loyal to fellow man woman and child, exhude positive leadership,strive to be healthy, keep fit, cultivate wisdom, search for enlightenment, be good!