Protector Of Babies Souls
Jizo With Red Coat ~ Baby Soul Keepers
When someone loses a child their world is often shattered leaving them feeling devastated and
most of us have no words of comfort that will fill the huge whole in their world
at this time of their grieving process.
In Japan (and other countries) the Jizo statue is usually given as a gift of comfort to
a parent who has lost a child ~ particularly to a mother that has miscarried.
A Jizo (Buddha) would be given as a gift to ensure the parent that their baby’s soul is in a safe place, will be cared for and that no harm would become of it.
A gift of compassion and sincerity can be an emotional lift for someone in need so
that they can begin to move on.
These particular statues are standing with their hands folded in front as a sign of humbleness.
They are gazing directly with eyes open as in meditation and prayer with such a peaceful expression.
Our Jizo With Red Coat is hand painted and each statue is wonderfully finished in grey with the red coat.
They are very solid statues and are made from a stone and resin composite.
9 cm tall,5 cm wide & 4.5 cm deep
Pick up is available from Bendigo, Victoria (Australia)
or we are at the Bendigo Show Grounds Market most Sunday’s ~ please send us a message through to organize a time.
Enjoy your shopping experience with us 🙏