Karan Bintulu • by Master Carver Dewa K - 18650
"Karang Bintulu” by Master Carver Dewa K. This unknown, one-eyed Raksasa represents the Third Eye in all creatures. With the ability to concentrate our vision with extreme focus, two eyes become one, dueling thoughts become centered, and we are reminded of our inner potential to overcome any adversity. Originating from coral where single "eyes" form a solid and connected community in a repeating pattern of infinity, Karan Bintulu's smile represents this endless loop of creation. These charming little monsters are often hidden in the ornamentation of large stone carvings in temples to ensure no unwanted spirit goes unseen. However, beyond playing security with larger Raksasa Guardians for sacred places, Karang Bintulu's also represent much deeper significance for Balinese. Karang Bintulu is the gateway to the great Mt. Meru, home of Hindu Gods, and the center of the universe. With good training and development of our Third Eye, one can access the infinite capabilities of higher consciousness by simply tuning into the vibrations of the greater universe. Fundamental to our quest for wisdom through our Third Eye, is not to achieve power or greatness, but rather to better understand the imperfect muddy waters of our own mortal world so that we may find harmony and peace with humans, nature, and the spirit realm (Tri Hita Karana). Karang Bintulu reminds us to tap into our inner wisdom for the answers we seek. Ignite your spirit with Raksasa Mods.