Under the Bodhi tree, the eminent monk was enlightened, his mind was at ease, and he was quiet and indifferent. The overall artistic conception of Thuja “Wu Zen” is left behind and independent, showing a look that sees through the world and detaches itself from worries.
The Bodhi tree is the head of the “Four Sacred Trees” of Buddhism, representing enlightenment and wisdom. The Buddha Sakyamuni became enlightened under this tree, so it has a high status in Buddhist culture, not only symbolizing respect for the Buddha, but also the yearning of practitioners for the realm of cultivation. Bodhi Verse: “Bodhi has no trees, and a bright mirror is not a stage. Originally, there is nothing, so where can dust be caused.” Just like the portrayal of this sculpture, it brings out the clear mind and view of “one person, one day, one tree, and one nature”.