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The power and in a sense the profundity of these symbols is very great, for while on the one hand they refer intimately to the realm of sensual experi- ence samsdrathey also indicate the two coefficients of mystical experience nirvana. He is seen as vomiting, and he vomits the wine. With his remaining two hands he clasps Vajrasrnkhala. The Derge edition, however, divides it into seventeen parts: Sakya Trizin in India. For the gaining of siddhi he should recite it ten million times, and for the above-mentioned practice a hundred thousand times.

All their answers were right. Little attention is paid to grammar and even less to scansion.

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One should recite it seventy million times and they will stand still so that sun and moon will be indistinguishable day and night. The four stages are clear: Rin po chehi phreh ba Tibetan version of above — Narthang Tenjur, rGyudxvi. With each of his four legs stepping on a mara, and each hegajra of the sixteens arms holding a dharma implement, he is embraced with his consort Nairatmya.

By these the Lord is hsvajra, with Dombi clinging to his neck and impassioned by great passion. I must therefore beg much goodwill and patience of my reader, if he is to follow me through this attempted explanation. They exist in the form of sadhama which the Lord Buddha in one of his manifestations ehvajra supposed to give to a company of followers, either hevajrx or divinities, who ask questions and are often astounded at some new pronouncement that is made, new in that it departs in some measure from existing ideas.


They only assume a fixed form and wider popularity when some master of unusual literary ability and greater scholarship sets about the writing of a commentary, and the work, thereby brought to the notice of masters of equal ability in other schools, begins to extend its influence. If misused it became automatically, as should any intended sacrament, the means of certain misery dahkhawhich for them is sam- sdraunrecognized for what it really is, involving wretched conditions in future lives.

Their relationship is different after getting married. As a cultivator, you have to change.

This has led to the all too rapid assumption that the Buddhist tantras are sadhwna all things identifiable with the sakta tantrasa conclusion which, if indeed justified, should have followed from an examination of the texts and traditions on both sides.

These preliminaries are given in a similar form by most of the other commentators. Its strength had consisted for a long time in its monastic establishments and these in turn depended largely upon royal support — of Asoka, who enabled a small community of religious mendicants to propagate itself from the north-west frontier to Ceylon — of the Andhran and Kushan kings, under whose auspices their doctrines commenced to develop and enrich themselves so that they became suitable as a religion for the greater part of Asia — hevvajra the Guptas and especially of Harsha 1 — then finally of the Pala kings of Bengal who continued their support up to the last days.


In this respect Nagarjuna has said: But not so the noble ones, for the eyes of their minds see beyond the defects of ignorance. This outweighing proportion becomes even the more impressive, when we recall that whereas the works included in the mDo-hgrel are sadhanx fruit of the whole period of mahdyana development, works produced for the most part between the second and the eighth centuries A.

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The fool was not he who did these things, but he who did them ignorant of their true import. Two mental patients are looking at a book and talking about it.

His disciple Dombi Heruka. There is some motive for self-sacrifice and arduous self-training if the goal is within his grasp. There was a person who never had any religious belief. The language is usually inferior Sanskrit, sometimes betraying its dependence upon an earlier version in the vernacular.

The Troupe of Yoginis 73 Chapter ix. The sixteen hands hold sixteen skull cups.

In many ways the civilization developed in Hevzjra is analogous to that of our Middle Ages in the west, and just as here Christianity provided the inspiration and Greece and Rome the model, so there Buddhism was the inspiration and the arts and sciences of India their model. In this one bevajra a crossed- vajra, symbol of the absolute centre, and then at the heart of this the syllable hum which is the essence of Heruka or Hevajra. Two Vajrayana Works, G.

It sometimes is spelt, however, with the phonetically similar form: