The Sahaja Buddha was painted by Mooji at Monte Sahaja late one evening in July 2015 as a blessing to all beings whose hearts are turned towards Truth.
The entire work, starting from an empty canvas board to complete life size Buddha, was finished in six and half hours. Present were a few Sangha members who all reported that seeing Mooji paint was a mystical experience. He moves as his spirit guides him; he doesn’t seem to stop to think or figure out what to do. His work is completely spontaneous and emerging from the stillness that he is.
Perhaps this is why the Sahaja Buddha is felt to contain and radiate so much power. Many have commented on how deeply moved they have felt while looking at the painting. At any time of the day, many can be found contemplating in front of it.
The prints carry the blessing of the Sahaja Buddha.
These are a guide to hanging stick size you may want to use:
Small wall hanging: 50cm long, 13mm diameter stick
Large wall hanging: 86cm long, 13mm diameter stick